At the moment I have more cherry branches wedged into a sunny spot by a French door, hoping to get them to fully bloom before they're moved to a table. Temporarily, the branches are sitting in a hand-me-down crystal vase that's a little too fussy for me. What I'm after is a loose arrangement like the ones seen around Erica Tanov's house in Christiane Lemieux's new book, Undecorate. Ironically, I may have to go out and buy some sort of large jar or bottle that appears to have been just sitting around in my storage closet.
To see a wide variety of glassware, ranging from the most spare to the intricate, watch Ted Muehling on the gallery tour of last year's exhibition, Ted Muehling Selects: Lobmeyr Glass from the Permanent Collection. For jaw-droppingly beautiful, masterfully created yet relaxed flower arrangements, visit Saipua.