Chive

I love Chive vases - their eclectic and unique vision matches up perfectly with my fanaticism around unique vessels and interesting natural/garden arrangements. If you love vases, flowers, great design, or amazing color, I strongly urge you to head over to their website and spend some time checking out their many collections. The lovely folks (thank you Ayisha!) at Chive were kind enough to send me a few, and I'm excited with the results below. Who wouldn't want these all over their house or for an event?! (Wall Dots, you're next)

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'Hanging Aerium' Collection tulipina.com / Kiana Underwood

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'Silver' Collection tulipina.com / Kiana Underwood

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Credits:

All styling and design by Kiana Underwood Photography by Angie Cao Hanging Aerium and Silver vases by Chive

DIY Simple Arrangements - Part 2

Of the vase sets for the three arrangements in this DIY series, the vase tree I'll be using here is my favorite. I purchased it from my local Pottery Barn store a while back on sale for $20. I call that a great buy! I have received many compliments on it from my guests. Using left over flowers from other occasions is a great way to get reuse and cost savings out of your floral buying. Here I have used one of my Poinsettia plants which was still in perfect condition a month after Christmas. Poinsettia, along with the Japanese Privet berries, and some beautiful pink-colored Camelias from my garden make a gorgeous color combination for this corner piece.

tulipina.com / Kiana Underwood

tulipina.com / Kiana Underwood

What you will need:

  • Floral shears/scissors
  • Vase tree (as pictured) or any other eclectic hanging vases
  • Poinsettia plant or other unusual 'leafy' plant
  • Japanese Privet berries
  • Pink (or your favorite color) Camelia flowers

Step 1

Begin by placing Poinsettia leaves in each of the vases.

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Step 2

Similarly, trim and add the Japanese Privet to each vase.

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Step 3

Finally, trim and add a Camelia or two to each vase. Does it get any simpler?

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All photos by N. Underwood for Naked Bouquet