Giveaway!!! Hive Vase from West Elm!

23 May

I love West Elm’s accessories for their affordability and constant reinvention. They also have incredible designer collaborations, where they team up with artisans like David Stark and Lourdes Sanchez to offer exclusive and chic items at better prices than you’d find elsewhere. Genius!

Right now, I’m really loving the Hive Vases. In three different colors and four different shapes they’re the essence of sculpture, color, and summer. My favorite is the white one pictured below:

Click here to see the whole collection in peridot, white and turquoise.  If you think the tall turquoise vase looks familiar you’re right…it was featured in last week’s Color Friday!

As usual, the giveaway is simple, and it works like this:

You leave a comment on this post indicating which vase — shape and color — is your favorite, and a winner will be drawn at random from the commenters.  The prize is whichever vase you choose!  The drawing will be open until 11:59 pm on Wednesday, May 25th.  So enter, tell your friends, and revel in the suspense!

Happy Monday, and Good Luck!

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20 Responses to “Giveaway!!! Hive Vase from West Elm!”

  1. KO at 1:23 AM #

    Oh my, I have been wanting one of these! I have them marked in their catalog. Would be happy with any of them. Love the peridot and turquoise, tall wide, tall tapered or short tapered are my favorites if i had to choose! Thanks!

  2. Kellie Ho at 1:46 AM #

    I love the white round one!!!

  3. Tiffany at 2:32 AM #

    I have to go with the tall(middle) white vase. All three are great looking though. Thanks so much!

  4. marybeth i at 2:47 AM #

    I love the turquoise but I thin the peridot (taper, short) would better match my decor. These are gorgeous!

    I did not realize that some of the items at west elm were so affordable – will have to make an extended visit to their site…..

  5. Kate at 6:38 AM #

    Oh man, I would love the peridot! The shape is so well balanced and the color is so fun!

  6. Chelsea at 12:55 PM #

    I love the tall, thin turquoise vase!

  7. Allison Clary at 2:09 PM #

    My favorite is the tall, wide turquoise. . . as usual, great decor tips!

  8. Erin at 3:18 PM #

    Peridot with the honeycombs that go half way up and the rest is smooth

    • Erin at 2:23 PM #

      I changed my mind. I like the white one!

  9. Maya at 10:01 PM #

    I love the turquoise vase! I also love you, your adorable child, your blog, and West Elm.

  10. Rachel at 10:25 PM #

    I love the tall tapered turquoise vase. Though the short tapered in peridot is nice, too, I just have a soft spot for turquoise!

  11. Cara at 11:44 PM #

    My favorite is the peridot. Not only do I love the shape but peridot is the birthstone/color for August, the month my daughter was born!

  12. Eleni at 12:47 AM #

    I love the tall turquoise one! Would go perfectly in our living room.

  13. Catherine Saadat at 2:12 PM #

    I vote for the small white one. Just the thing for my new house! I will just need a couch,a rug and some chairs to go with it! 🙂

  14. Matt at 6:15 PM #

    I’m a fan of the tall wide in white

  15. Sarah at 8:27 PM #

    Turquoise with the honeycomb patter at the bottom and tapered at the top. Gorgeous!

    • Jillian at 8:34 PM #

      I’ll take the tall turquoise from Eleni please!

  16. mimi at 8:04 PM #

    I love the taper short in peridot!

  17. emily at 1:36 AM #

    short wide in white! so cute!


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