Explore our extensive collection of Antique French garden urns.
Medici urns have the most beautiful proportions, so they are easy to enjoy just as they are!
2. Floral arrangements in urns
Antique urns laden with fresh flowers always make an impressive display. As they are usually made from cast iron or reconstituted stone, they are stable and can support a huge amount of flowers and foliage.
3. Moss planted in an urn
Fluffy moss bulging out of a weathered antique urn is a lovely way to add a fresh touch of greenery.
4. Plant succulents in urns
For a low-maintenance display, waxy succulents look stunning in antique French urns. As they are so easy to propagate, it doesn't take long to have an urn overflowing with plants.
5. Plant spring bulbs in an urn
As bulbs don't require much water and can be planted shoulder to shoulder, an urn makes the perfect home for a colorful display of your spring favorites.
6. Pairs of urns indoors
Double the impact by using pairs of Medici urns around your home.
7. Pairs of urns in the garden
Add rhythm to your garden or terrace by using pairs of urns, both empty or overflowing with plants.
8. Use urns to accentuate stairs
Like finials, the sculptural quality of urns make them a beautiful accent on a stair - both simple and elaborate.
9. Elevate an urn on a stand
If your urn has to compete to be seen among tall plants and shrubs, try mounting it on a pedestal.
10. An urn in a garden bed
A Medici urn placed in among flowers in the garden brings a touch of formality and enables you to play with different heights.
11. Flank a doorway with a pair of urns
There's nothing more chic than a pair of urns either side of a doorway.
12. Display a collection of urns
Mix different sized urns in a collection to create a pretty seasonal display.
13. Create a bold focal point in the garden
A large antique urn can hold its own in any space and is a lovely way to emphasize an axis and create a focal point.
Explore our extensive collection of
Antique French garden urns.
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