Go Heavy on Greens
There is no need to water – hang bunches of dry lavender on doors and windows for an extra touch of color and perfume. Or better yet, hang a bunch of fresh lavender and let it dry in place.
Use a Chrome container
For a glam look, try using a metallic vase. This will make your flowers look even more sophisticated, like these bright orange roses.
Minimalist spruce decor
For an all-white decor, viburnum stalks add vegetation without overdoing it.
Stick to single branches
For those of us still in Flower Arrangement 101, place a single branch of jasmine in a small vase to create a stage.
Mix of contrasting colors
Floral trends are gravitating towards disparate colors; therefore, stay up to date by combining yellow and purple tree peonies, buttercups and carnations for a dramatic display.
Use a pot of tea (or coffee!)
Teapots are the container of the day on Pinterest, but for taller flowers like dahlias, look in China for a suitable coffee pot.
Add a fruity touch
Sliced ??lemons add a fun surprise from hydrangeas and dolphins.
Decorate your fence
Add extra color to your yard by attaching flower pots to a flat fence and then filling them with petunias.
Disguise stems with fruit
Line a common glass vase with slices of fruit to hide the stems and liven up a bunch of wildflowers.