A springtime palette of pink, green and yellow is paired with a brown wood and glass door on a home built in 1820 in historic Madison, Ga. The plants, including oakleaf hydrangeas and ferns, and wreath were selected by Debbie Accetturo of Le Petit Jardin, a floral design and event planning business in Madison.
A large vase set on the vertical and a mini cube holding a Tillandsia can result in sleek and elegant terrariums, says Wil Gonzalez, a member of the American Institute of Floral Designers. Tillandsia and succulents are ideal for home decor because they are low-maintenance, says Gonzalez, owner of W/E Flowers in Ukiah, Calif.
Put your editing skills to the test by picking up a supermarket bouquet and taking out any filler. Next, separate flowers by species, group them together in bunches, cut them to size with floral shears and place them in their own individual vessels.
Through a creative blend of evergreen wreaths, floral bouquets, garlands of magnolia and traditional Christmas ornaments, designer Brandon Branch transforms Trisha Yearwood's home into a sea of flowers and holiday greenery. HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes shows you inside this gorgeous holiday transformation.
This small dining table is the perfect balance of traditional and contemporary. The sleek glass table top reveals an interesting wagon-wheel design as well as the geometric dining chair pattern juxtaposed against the floral rug.
Keep adding crepe-paper petals to the bud and secure with floral tape at the base each time. Repeat as many times as you wish to vary the fullness of the rose. Continue making paper flowers with steps 1-3 until your desired number of blooms is achieved.
Nature takes a front seat in this living room. The pairing of floating wooden shelves next to the white trimmed fireplace and cream walls creates a beautiful palette in which plants and flowers can thrive. The floral rug and wicker chair add to the sunny disposition of the room. Design by John Gidding
Large cylinder aquarium scenes with Tillandsia "sea creatures" are a hit with adults and kids, says Wil Gonzalez, owner of W/E Flowers in Uriah, Calif., and a member of the American Institute of Floral Designers. In this one, he's used sedum and the "sea creatures" with stones.
An natural light wood dining table is set with white plates and features a trio of clear vases filled with small floral bouquets. Gray dining chairs line one side of the table and wooden benches line the other, while a modern light fixture illuminates the space.
"Uplighting can 'wash' a room in the color, or colors, of your choice, while pin spots strategically focus on the details you’d like to highlight the most," says Kate Franzen, of Glint Events. Floral design by The Proper Petal; lighting by Choice Entertainment.
This Manhattan bedroom pairs together a traditional black wooden nightstand with a modern gold table lamp, adding a fun touch to the space. Neutral floral wallpaper covers the walls, while white bed linens keep the room feeling fresh and light.
One of the easiest ways to add interest to your bedroom is with striped, floral and geometric bedding. Instead of plain choices, opt for coordinating but not matching sheets, blankets, duvet covers, bedspreads or quilts, and accent pillows to make your bed an interesting and inviting focal point.
A colorful focal point in this eclectic living room is the hot pink ottoman with an upholstered floral cushion. A striped yellow area rug grounds the space, while pink wooden trim on the sofa adds another burst of color to the space.
Anytime you’re working with commonplace flowers such as daisies or carnations, be creative with your vessels to add personality and make them one-of-a-kind. A cost-effective option is the simple repurposing of a soup or vegetable can which simply requires a thorough washing before adding any floral and water.
Subtly colored place settings on this dining room table allow room for colorful accessories to pop, such as the red and green floral centerpiece, green pears and blue vases on the adjacent buffet table.