So many people struggle with our emotional and mental state as soon as the weather changes and skies turn grey. So, if you feel like you are the only one who experiences this kind of emotional connection to your surroundings, you are most certainly not alone. Another bit of good news is that there are ways to beat the blues with fresh flowers!
A splash of colour
When you take a look outside, you will notice that the trees are starting to lose their leaves and the once long days are becoming shorter. The weather is not quite as friendly as it was a couple of months ago and the lack of colour can have a serious negative impact.
Bring it indoors
Since there is nothing you can do to change the appearance of the environment in winter, there are some steps you can take in your home and even your office. If the skies are grey and the leaves are no longer green, you can still beat the blues with fresh flowers. All you need to do is shop for beautiful and colourful blooms that will brighten the room and your mood along with it.
Top autumn choices
If you are not sure about the best colours to choose when the time comes to beat the blues with fresh flowers, you are in luck. Autumn is one of the richest months in terms of colour choices with red, orange and yellow being at the top of the list. Paired with dark green foliage, your bouquet will look perfect in any room. When you order a bouquet that consists of seasonal colours, you can be sure that it will be the best autumn décor in your entire home. Consider flowers like sunflowers, gerbera daisies and even dahlias. Ask your florist if you are not sure about the best blooms for you.
The festive season approaches
Towards the end of the autumn season, the weather gets even colder and now we see a bit of a change in terms of colours. The top choices for the festive season include lush dark green foliage with white and red blooms. Gold or silver accents can also be added if desired and pine cones are a popular accent too. If you often feel down over the holidays, you can beat the blues with fresh flowers in your kitchen, living room or anywhere you like!
Finally, don’t forget about potted plants. While flowers last for a couple of weeks, potted plants will last significantly longer. If you want to make a more permanent addition to your home, consider ordering a plant that you love.