What’s not to love about fresh flowers.
Whether it’s one single blossom or a grand bunch – flowers bring colour, scent and nature into our homes.
A bunch of flowers on your dining room table, in a corner of your lounge or even on your dressing table, gives that space a feminine touch.
One shouldn’t wait for a special occasion to buy flowers.
Most of the time, people only have flowers in their home when someone gives it them. Whether it be as an apology or a thank you.
A bouquet of flowers can be expensive, especially when you have it arranged by a florist.
Yet there’s no need to have expensive arrangements in your home.
If you have a garden, you certain don’t have to go far for flowers. But not everyone has the pleasure of having a garden filled with beautiful blossoms.
Most grocery stores now sell bunches of flowers, making it so easy to simply pick colours or blossoms that you love, and place them in a vase.
However, you can get so much more out of a shop-bought bunch of flowers.
Here are a few simple flower arrangements to try the next time you take home, or receive, a bunch of flowers.
Using a collection of small vases, glasses or bottles, with a single flower in each, makes for a fun centrepiece for any dinner table.
Bunch as many of the same flower – in the same colour – together in a vase. You won’t even need greenery for this simple arrangement. Great for an entrance way.
Sometimes all you need is one flower out of the entire bunch. Here you can showcase a stunning vase, or let the flower be the show.
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