10 wonderful ways to decorate your home with flowersVika
Fresh flowers or houseplants are always great and add color to your surroundings. Bad weather is much less awful if you have something in your home that blooms and exudes a sweet scent.
There are, of course, ordinary flower arrangements, but you can do more interesting ones. Try to take on the role of a florist and find inspiration!
1. Decoration of shells and pebbles.
Glass jars and containers are an unusual but cheap alternative to flower vases. If you put shells, pebbles, or aquarium decorations in there, they can become a small piece of art.
2. An original vase made of rubber boots.
To add some sunshine on a rainy day, buy yourself some brightly colored tulips and wear them in waterproof rubber boots - perfect for being a vase. By the way, other small houseplants will look good in second-hand shoes you no longer need.
3. New life of an old watering can.
Use imaginative old garden tools! Bring your old watering can back to life by planting flowers of the corresponding color.
4. Miniature eggshell vases.
A tabletop arrangement of eggshells and flowers looks really spring and fresh. You can also add green twigs, pebbles, dried flowers, or any other decorations. You can even substitute different-sized seashells for eggshells.
5. Flowers instead of soup.
If you have a soup tureen you have forgotten about, it's time to use it. From a flat vase or tureen, you can make a very chic bouquet that will decorate your home on special days.
6. Collection of vases from old bottles.
If you want to decorate your interior but don't have time, start with something simple. Single flowers in a tall wine or soda bottle are eye-catching and go with almost any setting. Bottles can be similar or different in shape and color - they all look beautiful!
7. Shelf for flowers from a wooden box.
Turning a wooden box or tray into a hanging shelf is not that difficult. These shelves with flower pots inside look great in country houses or in Provence-style kitchens.
8. Sweet handmade vase.
A bouquet in red and white color will look very original in a sweet candy vase, which can be placed inside or outside the vase itself. The hardest part is keeping them away from your kids! You can also use colored pencils or brushes instead of candy.
9. The second life of the bouquet.
Broken or withered flowers can live longer if their buds are placed in a shallow glass or ceramic bowl filled with water. Such a soaring composition of roses, chrysanthemums, or gerberas will retain its aroma and color for a long time.
10. Nice vase from a tin can.
Quite small vases can be made from cans. They can be easily hung on the wall or anywhere in the house. You can paint them on one side to match your interior or decorate them to your taste with any materials at hand.