The entryway of a Tudor-style home features ferns, vines and a floral wreath. Antique wicker furniture was painted charcoal gray to match the trim. The furniture is covered with black and white Sunbrella fabric trimmed in garden green. The bright green is repeated on the wicker stool and the fringed pillows.
Layers of blush and white give this bedroom a feminine look. White and green floral arrangements decorate the bedside table, while a velvet pink bolster pillow and paisley pillow add a pop of color to the white bed linens. A black wooden bed frame lends a traditional touch.
This elegant dining room features a neutral distressed dining set with pink and orange floral arrangements and a crystal chandelier above. Gray floral curtains frame a set of french doors, while various gray floral paintings with metallic frames line the walls. Brown hardwood floors provide a finishing touch.
This gorgeously bright master bedroom features soft blue hues, a large floral area rug and a pair of blue velvet armchairs. The plush bedding has layers of mixed throw pillows creating beautiful texture, while floral art brightens the inviting space.
Visit your local craft store for an array of silk flowers, like garden roses, hydrangeas and magnolias. Scatter the flowers throughout the branches and then top the tree with richly textured ribbon and a few well-placed ornaments for a high-end designer look.
HGTV's special Celebrity Holiday Homes gives Dee Snider, the lead singer of the popular heavy metal band Twisted Sister as well as radio personality and actor, a dose of holiday cheer by decorating his home for the holidays. This is a detail picture of the Christmas and Holiday decorations, decorative balls, lights, decorative branch, flowers and diy spray painting detail on the Christmas tree in the living room during HGTV's special Celebrity Holiday Homes with Dee Snider.
All flowers provided by Tower Flowers/Delaware Valley Flowers
You can save money by buying a small bouquet of flowers for a vase on a table, then enhancing it with a few leaves from your bushes and trees to add depth. Instead of books, display colorful city guides, even ones you pick up on travels, to show your love of certain destinations.
This eclectic hall features a modern white console table paired with a traditional white lamp and colorful decorative seashells. Blue and pink floral artwork hangs above, while medium grain wood trims the light blue walls.
A fun floral pattern covers this upholstered bed and topped with crisp, white linens to invert the expectation of patterned bed linens and a neutral bed. Blue, glass table lamps cool the warm colors of the fabric and pop against the white walls and nightstands.
For a dorm room with a large number of windows, create privacy and preserve wall space by hanging a favorite print in the window using removable adhesive strips. Small potted succulents, hung or sitting in the window sill, bring life and additional color to the room.
Floral elements are often the most expensive part of tabletop decor; however, supermarket flowers can look chic with the proper editing. To create a white-on-white floral centerpiece that's elegant and cost-effective, choose different species of white flowers ranging in a mix of shapes and textures, then edit out any filler such as baby's breath or leaves. Bunch the different species together in a well-balanced range of heights, then place in a mix of different vessels.
If you are pressed for time and don’t have the energy to make a floral arrangement, you can add some fun to your table by just mixing your fine china with various oyster sauces. Don't be afraid to have some fun by pairing hot sauce with fine china and horseradish with crystal pieces or even served from a champagne flute.