Has anyone noticed how many vases Metricon have in their display homes? Back in the day (I'm so freaking old) you'd maybe have 2 or 3 of these now essential decor items - mostly cut glass or crystal if you were upper class- and they were used for holding flowers. Now days they are EVERYWHERE with not a bloom in sight. So I'm wondering...why
is it so? Do we live in hope of having our men bring us home a different bouquet every night? I'm thinking not! So just how did the humble vase reinvent itself???