Miscellaneous

Home Accents with Fresh Summer Flowers

The Confetti II CollectionWhile early summer harvest of fruits and vegetables is beginning to fill kitchens, freshly picked flowers are also being added to the flower basket as they come into bloom this season. Decorating with fresh summer flowers is a unique way to add a lot of impact and accent your home’s décor.

Vases overflowing with red poppies and yellow ranunculus make a dining table set shine with color and dress up casual living room areas. Wall sconces that usually hold candles can be filled with small orange blossoms to add their pleasant scent wherever they hang.

As fresh flower centerpieces in crystal bowls for the table, they enliven formal dining rooms for parties, and for outdoor party settings, bunches of sunflowers in a milk jug or pitcher add rustic charm to patio tables. A few lily blossoms in small vases around guests’ place settings or a freshly picked sunflower affixed to each napkin ring make for a thoughtful favor for guests and add touch of home accents to summer party decorations.

Roses and peonies mixed with greenery will find a home in your favorite vase on a bedroom dresser to add their beauty and fragrance to bedrooms. Combining these lovely blooms with candles turns a dull night into a romantic evening decoration meant for two when positioned near an intimate sitting area’s chaise lounge.

Fresh flowers add bright cheeriness to your home and make great accents not only in summer but all year long from season to season. We have many home decorating accents and furnishings in our showrooms so come see how we can help enhance your living space.

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