5 Fresh Ideas for Fresh Flowers

Kevin Brown

5 Fresh Ideas for Fresh Flowers

Fresh flowers look delightful in our gardens, landscaped yards, or alongside our daily nature walks. However, bringing some fresh flowers indoors is a fantastic way to brighten up any space. You might be intimidated by figuring out how to display the beautiful blooms inside, but it’s not hard or expensive.

Plus, there is no “right” way to do it. Here are some ideas to inspire you:

1. Vintage Pitcher: Use a vintage pitcher as a unique vase for your fresh flowers.

2. Mason Jars: Repurpose mason jars as charming and rustic flower vases.

3. Teacups: Transform teacups into dainty and elegant floral arrangements.

4. Hanging Planters: Hang your favorite flowers in decorative planters for a whimsical touch.

5. Flower Wreaths: Create stunning flower wreaths to add a burst of color to your walls.

Try these ideas and bring the beauty of fresh flowers into your home. Enjoy the natural beauty and the uplifting atmosphere they provide.

5 Fresh Ideas for Fresh Flowers

If you have an old pitcher, this is the perfect way to show it off. Whether it’s dingy and antique or glossy and new (spray painted, perhaps?), nothing highlights long-stemmed flowers quite like a pitcher. There’s something charming, fresh, and earthy about this look…plus, it gives you back the wasted cupboard space.

Win-win!

Mismatched Vases.

5 Fresh Ideas for Fresh Flowers

If you have multiple vases or vessels, try putting a few flowers in each one to celebrate their differences. This arrangement looks charming and casual. Colored glass is used to extend the visual feast beyond the flowers, but the colors are muted to coordinate with the fresh blooms.

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It’s a lovely way to welcome the season!

Medium- to Large-Sized Apothecary.

5 Fresh Ideas for Fresh Flowers

Sometimes a single flower vessel is ideal for a clean and classic display. A straight-edged, clear glass apothecary like this one works well for both sophisticated and casual styles. I adore the low candle next to the roses, with the candlelight reflecting off the water; it adds a subtle romantic touch to the room.

One-color flower displays are also a great option.

5 Fresh Ideas for Fresh Flowers

White vessels set the stage for green stems and pink blossoms. Minimal colors highlight texture and shape. Cutouts on matching vessels and delicate petals stand out.

Inviting and welcoming flower display.

5 Fresh Ideas for Fresh Flowers

This is a sweet way to display flowers, especially informal or wild flowers. These clear glass jars or vases are simple and unobtrusive, allowing the bright and asymmetrical flowers to shine. Any glass jars will work – pint-sized Mason jars (or quart-sized, depending on the length of the flower stems), stemware, glass drinking cups, you name it.

I love how this method can be quickly put together and still have a charming effect.

Picture sources: 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.

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