Decorating with flowers is the easiest and most impactful way to brighten a room.
I’m a little obsessed with flowers. Every time I do a photo shoot of my house, the first thing I do is get flowers. Okay, I should say after I clean my house then I get flowers. So a clean house and flowers are really the two most important things for a beautiful room. Don’t you agree?
Take for instance, my dining room. Usually my dining table is just used to hold DIY projects (and occasionally for eating at) but I had to clean this room up first, then add the beautiful flowers displayed in a champagne bucket and the room was magically transformed.
Let me show you some easy and pretty ways to decorate with flowers.
I love a white kitchen but especially in photos in can read blah. All you need are flowers and the whole room comes alive.
I love using different vessels for displaying flowers like an antique champagne bucket.
Or a vintage basket with a glass bowl of water placed inside.
Many little vases in a row with a single flower is my new favourite. It’s a simple beauty that I love.
This bouquet of peonies has an unreal colour and against the green sap bucket, it gives even more impact.
I added a glass vase to the inside of the sap bucket so it wouldn’t leak.
Even a tiny bouquet of flowers adds such impact and repeats the same colour in the room like how these roses match the towel.
Even ‘dead’ flowers make an impact such as the dried lavender and dried roses.
This Easter centrepiece was a great way of adding height with only a few bouquets of flowers. I used a French drying rack or cup holder to display these flowers.
My friend Kelly from My Soulful Home loves flowers too!
She has written a book titled A Year in Flowers. It’s full of inspiration that will bring joy to your life. Each chapter overflows with information, advice, tips & tutorials that embraces the novice to experienced floral designer. Kelly weaves in practical advice along with vivid stories.
Be sure to pick up your copy of Kelly’s gorgeous book!
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