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One of the best ways to decorate any living space is with the help of flowers and plants. Not only are they amazing at making a place look more comfortable and uplifting your mood, but they’re also incredibly versatile. You can pick out a floral arrangement that can go with pretty much anything.
Floral arrangements are even used as centerpieces for special occasions and family dinners, but it might be a hassle to go out and get them from a local market.
Not to mention they might not even carry the kind of bouquet you want, which is why it can be a good idea to get flowers or indoor plants delivered to your doorstep instead.
Online stores usually have a much wider range to choose from and many offer the choice to customize your designs.
That said, let’s take a look at some floral arrangements that you can incorporate in your decor, and some you can even do yourself.
If you want something simple and understated, you can opt for a simple arrangement of single flower buds placed in glass jars.
This way you’ll be able to incorporate color to your room without making it look overwhelming, and it’s the perfect floral arrangement to complement interior decor that’s modern, sleek, or understated.
Here’s an example:
As you can see, you don’t even have to use dedicated vases for this arrangement – even simple glasses or glass bottles will do the trick, and if you want it to look even simpler than it does here, you can cut off all of the leaves.
If you have a room with a rustic or “old school” feel a bouquet of dried flowers can really help it stand out. These flowers aren’t as bright as fresh ones which go very well with wooden and dark brown tones, and they still add color to the decor like any other vase of flowers.
The best place to put these flowers is either in an attention-grabbing arrangement on the dining table or coffee table or in a central position on top of the fireplace where they will be in plain view – no use hiding them in plain sight or putting them away on side tables here!
There’s nothing like a leafy floral arrangement in neutral colors – or even white – to make a space look fresh and crisp.
This kind of arrangement will be great if you have a plain but brightly lit room that’s missing that natural element, but when you don’t want to go through the trouble of getting plants you would have to invest time and effort into it.
If you want, you can even go for some light-colored flowers that complement the color scheme in the rest of the room, like white roses or lilies.
Bursts of Color
Sometimes though, the simplest way to go about decorating your space is to just put a bunch of colorful flowers in a single vase, and then call it a day. This works very well with varieties that come in a lot of different colors like roses and hydrangeas.
Once you know what kind of flowers you want, you can put them all inside a vase that’s either white or light-colored – you want the flowers to be the star of the show here – and viola! You’re ready to set it wherever you need to.