How to Decorate Your Home with Flowers This Spring

How to Decorate Your Home with Flowers This Spring

  

Spring is officially here!

It’s the best excuse for all flower aficionados to fill every nook and cranny of your home with the season’s most stunning blooms and spring-inspired flower arrangements.

Which Spring Flowers to Use 

The Beverly

Take advantage of rare flowers that only bloom during spring. Because supply is higher this time, the chances of price reduction are more likely – or if not, at least availability. Choose from some of the most popular spring flowers:

    The season of all things blooming and beautiful, soft and vibrant shades of pink, purple, chartreuse, and lavender are the most prominent hues in spring’s color palette.

    4 Floral Home Decor Ideas 

    Grecian Soiree

    It’s impossible for one to ever go wrong when decorating with flowers.

    A handful of flower arrangements here and there should do the trick. From the porch to the foyer, to your living room and dining room, bedroom or home office, to your bathroom – go ahead and put a vase or two filled with spring’s most colorful flowers.

    However, if you want to take your floral decorating to a whole new level, you can try these fun and fab spring flower trends, too.

    • Hula Hoop Wreaths
      It’s the season to go big on wreaths. Hula hoop wreaths are the talk of the town on Pinterest, and they’re ridiculously pretty. Hang them on your porch, garden, front yard, dining room, living room. They’re easy to make and can be a super fun bonding project with your kids and friends, too.
    • Flower Branches
      Flower branches are like Ikebana basics from nature. They look good on their own. The trick is picking a good-looking branch, experiment with vase heights, and go for that “effortless” asymmetrical look.
    • 3D Framed Botanicals
      Frame your favorite cut flowers and hang them up on your living room wall. Arrange them in series to achieve a gallery wall.
    • Floating Flowers
      Repurpose flower buds that have fallen off their stems by putting them into an elegant ceramic bowl filled with water. Not only will they last longer, but they’ll lend your living space with their sweet scent, too.

    If you're on a budget, using flowering plants, instead of cut flowers, can be more practical and taking care of them can be therapeutic for you, too.

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