Don't forget to incorporate plants and greenery in the bathroom. The asymmetrical nature of growing things (in design lingo this is called fractal) will help offset the bathroom's many right angles and straight lines.
Casual gatherings have made a major comeback. Set the scene with a centerpiece that takes less than 10 minutes to assemble! Simply place various hues of the same flower family in vessels down the middle of the table. Use something full and lush such as peonies, hydrangea, garden roses or even tulips that have already opened.
A little color and pattern goes a long way in this small sitting room, where black and white valances dress up the windows – and even the door. A whimsical area rug and neutral love seat anchor the seating area, while fresh tulips add a shot of vibrant color.
Weather permitting, take your spring parties outdoors. Here, designer Brian Patrick Flynn used a green and white color palette for the table's linens and place settings and puts mismatched vintage chairs to work for seating. Instead of a standard centerpiece, he used chicken lawn ornaments and watering cans filled with fresh tulips.
A large-patterned wallpaper makes a bold statement in this small bathroom. The floral motif is continued with a bouquet of fresh white tulips, and a rustic stool serves as a creative place to store extra towels.
A vase of fresh-cut tulips sits on the wood surround of the soaking tub in this contemporary bathroom, adding a splash of life to the space. Herringbone flooring lends texture and interest to the neutral room.