Your garden is not the only place where spring flowers should thrive. If you’re ready to banish winter and start spring, these flower arrangement ideas will keep your home cool all season (indoors and out!), If you prefer hydrangeas and tulips or freshly harvested wildflowers and vegetables. Real estate property
Bring your garden inside
Spring means gardens full of lilacs and tulips, so combine them indoors too. Complete with any nearby vegetation, advises designer Carolyne Roehm.
Pair of warm tint
Pink, red, and orange tulips evoke a fiery sunset when mixed, so consider combining colors from a palette of similar temperature.
Disguise stems and cloudy water
Pro tip: Hide the stems and cloudy water with an opaque vase. It is also the perfect cover for the frog or foam flower that keeps the branches blooming in place.
Arrange flowers asymmetrically
Don’t take an integrated approach – split a bouquet in half and highlight two flower varieties, like this asymmetrical arrangement of tulips and pear blossoms.
Choose a complementary vase
For a striking accent, think of the color wheel and choose complementary colors for the container and flowers. For example, peach roses make a statement when placed in a bright blue vase.
Add natural fragrance
Artistically groomed and sweet-smelling lilacs really say “It’s spring!” They’re also perfect for adding a pop of color to a simple detail table like this.
Display large flowers in clusters
Why only your backyard can enjoy all the hydrangea flowers? A large group can animate any table, even blank.
Create a magical entry
It takes a little dedication, but training wisteria vines around the door of a country house is a worthy and long-term gardening project, if you want a statement entry.
Use variety to add movement
“By giving the flowers room to breathe and thus allowing the flowers to stand out on their own, you can create a beautiful feeling of depth and volume that is light and airy, but still lush and full,” says Taylor Patterson, Forage Farm fox.
Add a floral mandrel
The addition of a pergola will instantly transform your garden into a romantic getaway, not to mention it’s a beautiful place to display vineyards and vines.