Flowers are an easy, inexpensive and impactful way to add color to a room. Just look at your favorite photos of interiors. Nine out of ten have flowers or some sort of greenery. Why… because with them, suddenly your room has energy and life.
If you want to get more sophisticated you can match the color of your flowers to something in the room you would like to highlight, say a favorite art piece. Suddenly your eye is drawn right to that piece.
I’ve gathered some arrangements below that will take five minutes. Besides, I’m drawn to their un-fussiness.
I can easily adjust these arrangements for whatever flowers are in season on my weekly trip to the farmer’s market or grocery store.
(Clockwise from top left.) The first arrangement uses the same flower throughout. Here they've added interest by graduating the color, starting with the lightest blossoms in the center and working out to the deepest hues. The stems need to stay a little taller for the center of the arrangement and gradually taper as you get to the rim of your vase. Aren't these Lilacs so romantic? If your going for a more elegant or formal look, try it with roses.
For the next arrangement you will need some supplies: floral frogs (round little metal spiky things) and clay to secure them in the bowls. Other than having those things on hand, it is a snap to put together. Just secure the frogs in the bottom of your container with the clay, push one or two stems into the spikes and add water .
Lastly, just one beautiful bud in an interesting container can have an amazing amount of impact. Be creative with your containers, here it's just an ornate mug. Or do a grouping of single buds, each in their own vase like below. Still incredibly easy.
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