Floral décor tips for your kitchen

When you think about home décor, most people instantly imagine decorating such spaces as their living room or dining room. The kitchen might not seem like a place that needs all that much attention but, when you consider how much time you spend in this part of your house, it makes sense to decorate!

Fortunately, your kitchen is one of the most versatile rooms in your home when it comes to decorating. You can choose from a variety of colours, styles, and you can use large or small bunches of flowers to enhance your cooking surroundings.

The first option is to choose striking or bold colours. The best way of doing this is by selecting two such colours that will look good together and create that WOW effect. Consider bright orange and yellow flowers for example. Use a plain vase like a white ceramic or clear glass vase to hold your arrangement. This will allow the flowers to take centre stage and they are considered classics that go with any existing design theme.

Monochromatic colour schemes involve using different flowers of the same colour. They will all be different shades of the same colour and this can help create the most amazingly dramatic effect. This approach looks particularly pleasing in a modern kitchen.

When florists arrange their blooms, they consider a number of factors, including texture and scale.If you mix larger blooms with smaller ones, you can make your arrangement that much more interesting. You should also open your mind to options other than the usual rose, carnation, or chrysanthemum. Other flowers like delphinium, bells of Ireland, and similar blooms can give your bouquet that something special that everyone craves!

If you want to stick to one type of flower, you can do so successfully by displaying a bunch of roses, gerbera daisies, carnations, or even hydrangeas. You can keep these designs monochromatic (one colour) or you can use a variety of colours if you prefer.

Now, once you have an idea of the flowers you want to use, it’s time to choose a vase! Vases are not just glass or ceramic cylinders. They can be just about anything your mind can imagine! If it can hold water, it can serve as a vase! In fact, if it is large enough, you can place a jar or glass of water inside the container. The glass will hold the water while the container will give your arrangement the desired theme.

Remember that there are a number of flowers that look great together even if the don’t sound like it at first. For example, an elegant bloom can be paired with a relatively ordinary flower to create the perfect contrast. Think of pair peonies with daisies, for instance.

Don’t be afraid of using flowers with short stems. If you have short-stemmed flowers or if you notice that the long stems are damaged, you can cut them shorter and use them in smaller vases. Think of using things like wine glasses, teacups, mason jars, and so on. If you only have a few stems, use a bud vase for a bud flower arrangement that can brighten up any corner! In many cases, smaller flower arrangements are highly sought after because they don’t take up so much space. In fact, if you order a large bunch of flowers, you can split the bouquet up and make several smaller bunches!