Spring Floral Accents

Spring is here and one of the best accessories for your home, during this sunny season, are fresh flowers!

Tulips and pansies, yellow roses and daisies, they look great displayed absolutely every and any corner of the house. We’ve gathered some “blooming” inspiration for your to feast your eyes on. It’s time for some spring sprucing with some spring floral accents!

Fresh flowers bring new life and energy to any space. Celebrate the return of warm weather with beautiful arrangements of spring flowers.

Bring the act of gardening to the table by arranging white flowers in weathered watering cans. Tulips are a great choice, as they’re affordable and evoke a casual-yet-elegant feeling.

Combine early-blooming lavender, peonies and roses with wildflowers in a low, rustic container to brighten up a windowsill.

Not only do Lilacs smell as sweet as a sunny spring day, but they look incredible as a centerpiece for any room. They’re luscious and bountiful, perfect for a bit of feminine appeal.

Add a pop of hot pink to the room with a vase full of lush hydrangeas or azaleas. It’ll give the space a needed freshness, burst of live and of color for when your guest tries to make themselves at home.

Summer snowflakes and oakleaf hydrangeas are both clean and bright floral choices for any room of the houses. Kitchens and bathrooms, your home office or the guest bedroom may need a bit of reviving after the long, winter months and these blooms will do the trick in no time!

For a bit of sunny inspiration, spread some lovely, delicate daffodils around the house. Spruce up the breakfast nook, create a concoction of spring flowers or highlight the guest bathroom with a few thrown into a casual vase.

Arranging flowers needn't be intimidating or complicated. Simply choose three flowers in complementary colors and shapes. Cut stems so flowers sit about two inches above the top of container, remove all leaves that will fall below the water line, and bunch flowers together in a tight, mounded arrangement. To keep arrangements fresh, trim the ends and change the water every few days. Typically, most arrangements last about a week or two.

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