Budget-friendly and refreshing, vase flower arrangements are great additions to any style room. With Spring almost around the corner prepare your home to welcome in those colorful and vibrant colors to leave winter behind.
Clean and Fresh – A silver vase filled with pastel-colored flowers can give a room a clean fresh look!
A Beautiful Visual – Filling two vases at different heights with flowers creates a beautiful hierarchy visual.
Bringing the Garden In – Adding small bottle vases to an old tool box holder can create a lovely garden look indoors.
Flowers Galore – Adding flowers to a vase with flower designs on it adds a little extra flair to the room.
Soft, Feminine Style – A flower arrangement that brings a soft look to a room with bold design elements. Spread the flowers out in a wider pattern will help tie in the room’s more sharper and rough designs.
A Dark Contract– A row of glass vases filled with bold red flowers creates a dark contrast against the white mantel. Elegant yet simple.
Relaxed and Dainty – A white vase and pink and green flowers are dainty and comforting.
Tall and Beautiful – For the longest-lasting arrangements, cut tall, elegant gladiolus when a few of the buds are no more than half open. Then put the stems in warm water in a cool, dark location for a few hours before moving them into water mixed with floral preservative. Adding tall flowers like gladiolus to a vase draws the eye to the center of the room.
A Sunny Look – A short, clear vase filled with large, bright flowers adds life to an indoor room.
Bright Intentions – The bright flower arrangement and artwork work together to bring bright color to a mostly neutral dining room.
A Relaxing Scent – The scent of fresh flowers in a bedroom is the perfect way to relax
Outdoor Pillows and Flowers – Entertain and embrace a carefree, casual vibe and opt for a simple do-it-yourself floral arrangement. Collect retro soda bottles from thrift stores and tuck a few seasonal wildflowers and fresh herbs in each one.
Home Office Flower Arrangement – Place a simple clear vase filled with a few flowers on a desk to brighten up a home office.