Instant Decorating: Places for Plants and Flowers

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Plants and flowers may seem like small details, but they can actually have a huge impact on a room. They bring color, texture, and (most importantly) life to a space. When considering where to use plants and flowers in your home, it helps to think beyond the traditional entryway or dining room arrangement. Click below for a few ideas…

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For very little money, you can buy a bouquet and split it up into small mason jar arrangements around the house. We photographed this no-fuss arrangment at the Green Grocer in West Town.

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Floral arrangements don’t have to be complicated to make an impact. Some of our favorite setups involve simple vases and bunches of inexpensive flowers.

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A vase of flowers in the bedroom gives you something beautiful to look at before you go to sleep and when you wake up.

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One of our favorite places for flowers is the bathroom. A bouquet adds an extra layer of finish to a room that’s often overlooked.

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We love this display idea from Fjorn Scandinavian: ornaments are tied to evergreen leaves in a vase, sort of like a deconstructed Christmas tree.

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We photographed this display idea at floral shop Epoch. A similar arrangement would look great on a mantelpiece or credenza.

Originally posted on http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/ways-to-decorate-with-plants-a-66319

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One response to “Instant Decorating: Places for Plants and Flowers

  1. Brilliant as ever Ms. Eileen, thank you for the inspiration!

    Leila

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