Winter Flower Combinations
Flowers are always a best decoration of any season of the year, yet making a specific arrangement for the season can make your interior very original and specific. Follow these easy tips on creating the best flower arranging combinations to make an unforgettable table centerpiece!
Winter Flower Decor
Remember the most popupar colors for winter, that are most active in Christmas time? Red, white, green, gold! Taking this as inspiration try to create perfect centerpieces following the scheme. Pick a variety of white and light colored flowers first, and choose the appropriate container, it can be a silver goblet or an elegant crystal vase, but either way – make sure that your flowers get enough of water. This can be done by adding some flower nutrient into the water and making a fresh cut on the stem. Then start arranging the flowers: start with some foliage, like fern, to create a base; then based on the desired shape start inserting the flowers. To make them stand in the needed position use wet floral form, like Oasis. Of course it takes some practice to create a perfect centerpieces.
If you want bolder accents, try using red tulips, some berries and a copper vase, now that is a statement of style! You know that not only exotic and expensive plants can become a centerpiece, but even the home plants of appropriate colors can make that statement. How about making a whole garden of home plants, boasting of vivid crimson and scarlet hues – cyclamen, amaryllis, primroses, aglaonema. Make a tropical promise by making a flower centerpiece from kumquats, limes and white phalaenopsis orchids, narcissus and jasmine. This flower arrangement is not only beautiful and exotic, but also will give your room a pleasant sweet fragrance! To create a sweet cute Christmas flower centerpiece, use birch bark wrapped around glass cylinder, with any white flowers that you can obtain, add some branches from your Christmas tree – and it is ready. Perhaps to add the winter mood you might also add some ornaments or pine cones. Enjoy your winter flower arranging!