Whether you have a lush garden or you live in a fairly small apartment, there is nothing like the welcoming and warm feelin that goes along with a fresh bouquet in your home. When choosing flowers for your home, it’s important to make your selection based on the style of your home. For example, if you have a modern home, you could use minimalist style arrangements. On the other hand, if your home has a country style theme, then you might like some mixed bouquets here and there.
If you are wondering where to start, you should consider colour before anything else. Cold colours include blue and green whereas hot colours include red and orange. Take note of the main colour in the room you want to decorate and consider a bouquet that includes this colour or a colour that complements it or creates a pleasant contrast.
After choosing the right colour, you will need to choose flowers in this colour. If you want more than one colour, you have a number of options. You can use the same flower in different colours or different flowers in different colours.
Once you know what kinds of flowers and colours you will need to choose the right container. This is where you can really get creative. Clear glass vases are always a safe choice since they are neutral. You can also use various household items like a watering can if you want to give your bouquet a specific theme. If you have any old jars in the house, you could decorate them with paint, paper, or fabric.
If you want to decorate a larger room where you have extra space, you can choose a larger bouquet. If you need to keep costs as low as possible, ask your florist for seasonal flowers or a mixed bouquet. Your patio can be decorated by picking fresh flowers from your garden if they are in bloom. This is perfect for allowing the outdoors inside.
In case you don’t want to replace your flowers regularly, you can opt for silk flowers, paper flowers, or dried flowers depending on your style preferences. Potted plants can also be great since they are fresh and they last that much longer than cut flowers.