Adding flowers to your home
Who doesn’t love florals? One thing I love to use in my decor is florals, whether that is fresh or faux, it brings color and life to your home. It is the most inexpensive thing that you can add. Most of the greenery and florals have come from my yard! That’s the best way because its free.
Here are a few ideas on ways that I have used them in my home. Keep scrolling for some inspiration. I love using what you have on hand to make your home pretty.
- Hostas + cute vases =
I love wall pockets! These look just like cute little bubbles and love the way the glass reflects the light. These are little bubble vase wall pockets with hostas leaves and tab bit of water.
Took 5 min to do and $0 cost to give the bath a fresh look.
2. Milk glass pitchers
Any kind of white pitcher are the best item to have on hand. You can pick them up at thrift stores, auctions, or even Walmart has some basic ones. I added some simple purple hydrangeas from my yard to this milk glass pitcher on an old white stool.
3. Night stand vignette
You might not know it by the picture but the lamp is a #diy project. Chalk painted white and changed out the shade to a linen fabric. It was given to me for a wedding present a number of years ago by my grandmother so I didn’t want to get rid of it. It just needed an update. For this little vignette, I grabbed a mason jar and a mix of limelight and pink hydrangeas. Some years my hydrangeas are good and other years they are full of greenery but no blooms. There is nothing pretty in my opinion than a bundle of hydrangea blooms in a simple vase.
This one is an old white enamelware pitcher with knock out roses.
4. Adding spring bulbs
During the first part of spring, you can find the little single bulbs in containers. I picked up these little hyacinths for $1 at Walmart and plopped them in terra cotta pots I had on hand. Think of little things you have on hand already.
5. Adding florals under a cloche
Adding florals under a cloche is also another cute way to add in florals. It doesn’t have to be florals but you could add in a succulent.
This is probably my favorite picture and way that I displayed tulips. Its fresh and clean, everything we long for in spring. I layered a boxwood around these tulips in a concrete bowl. This was a small pot that wasn’t quite bloomed out when I got them.
7. March flowers
Simple and easy way is with March flowers. These white variety are all along the side of the road near me. I enjoy watching these bloom every year.
I hope that you enjoyed seeing different ways to add florals to your home. They don’t have to be real. Sometimes you can find florals that look so real you wouldn’t know the difference like these below.
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