Water pitchers or "body" pitchers as the large ones are called come in a variety of colors and patterns. Size and shape also varies somewhat which lends a nice aestetic apeal to a grouping or similar or complimentary colors. A single pitcher is a very versatile starter piece for someone just starting to decorate with enamelware. They can go anywhere from on the floor, to a counter, table or shelf. They look very stylish in an entranceway, hallway, kitchen, bathroom, dining room, living room or den. Indoors or out on a porch, sun room, pool area or anyother place you can imagine.
Their wide base makes them very stable and their large size make them perfect for displaying a large bunch of flowers or other plant material. They are great for long sprigs of pussy willows or forsythia in the Spring and bunches of cut or wild flowers all summer long. Daisys or black eyed Susans look great in blue as do Queen Annes lace and goldenrod. In late summer they are no overpowered by large sunflowers, gladiolas or hydrangers (fresh or dried). Colorful fall foliage or dried grasses or broad leafed forbs or holiday greenery carry through the rest of the year. Of course they are always handy (and perhaps invitingly so) when someone unexpectedly brings you that bunch of fresh flowers.