We like to have a little pizzaz in our lives, even if it’s done in a small way. I have three examples of what can be done to add just the right touch to a special place.
An enameled copper pitcher-planter by Ethan Allen was made in England. I got it for a song because it has a couple of small dings. It’s now the base for three hydrangea globes.
Floraline by McCoy manufactured several specialty planters for commercial florists. One of the most popular was their small jalopy. This black example is perfect for a trio of short-clipped roses.
The luxurious red enamel of the Thai manufactured vase brings solidity to the cool, lightness of small flowers.