Affordable Vases That Won't Break The Bank
If there's one home decor item that's absolutely never going out of style it's ceramic pottery. Since launching Pampas People, I've actually developed somewhat of an unhealthy obsession with seeking out and collecting earthenware vases whenever I go thrifting. Artisanal pieces like vintage vessels, Turkish olive jars, clay jugs, terracotta pottery and marble stone urns can be pricey since they’re one-of-a-kind pieces so finding one at a local flea market or second-hand thrift store almost feels like winning the lottery..especially here in LA! These primitive pieces can easily elevate your home decor and anything that goes in them *cough cough* as well. If thrifting isn’t your thing, you can always count on Etsy to source ancient ceramics and vintage pieces too! The only downside is that it’ll still cost you around $100-$120 for a beautiful handcrafted ceramic vase which is still a little bit more than what most of us would like to spend.
So assuming you love high-end interior design, but want to spend no more than $60 or less when shopping for a new vase..you've come to the right place. If you hadn’t noticed already, in the past year or so, big retailers like Target, Urban Outfitters, H&M, and CB2 have all been doing a pretty decent job making knock-off versions of vintage decor. And just like you, I love a good, affordable dupe. The following is a list of expensive-looking vases that won't break the bank (list will continuously be updated):
Happy decorating, Pampas People!