Could I love a bee hive-inspired vase more than I love this one?
For only $8, I had a hard time rationalizing against the purchase at Marshall’s, despite the fact that the last thing I really need is another vase. It’s a downright charming clean-lined design, and the perfect scale for many a place in our home. And on top of that, it’s actually glass, not acrylic, a point only worth making because it helps to demonstrate its perceived value in my mind since I needed to carry it home squeezed between my calves on the scooter. Scooting with oversized pieces of glass is probably not well-advised.
From above, so pretty. I have plenty of ball-jar sized vases, but not very many that would be able to present long stemmed flowers, and the shape of this one offers even more, promising not to topple thanks to its wide frame and sturdy base.
I can already see it sitting on the kitchen island next summer overflowing with peonies and lillies. Had I known it was in my imminent future, I probably would have cut the gorgeous fall hydrangeas to a more favorable length. Side note: We really need a new, less-scratched-veneer dining room table.
Buy anything particularly unnecessary lately?
P.S. I spent several weeks planning for, and then five minutes finally taking care of a dire attic insulation issue in my home. Our upstairs bedrooms and landing thank us greatly, and we’re expecting merry rewards in our winter heating bill. Check out this post on DIY Network to see what I did to cure a costly and frigid situation.