Kittelberger Florist & Gifts spends a lot of time thinking about flowers, naturally, and we’re here to tell you, they can do a lot more for a room than just make it look good.
The trick is matching a floral design to the room it’s best suited for. To do that, take a step back from marveling at your gorgeous new blooms and ask some serious questions about where they should live. Such as? Well, begin by assessing the scale of the design. Tall flowers like gladiolus provide a lot of drama and color given their stack-upon- stack of blooms. Place them in a tall foyer or on an accent table in a living room. Been graced with an orchid? Let it live next to the tub in the bathroom (and near a window) where it will love the occasional subtropical temps.
Imagine you’ve gifted yourself or otherwise received Dreamy Dahlias. This striking, moody, evocative piece is so darn beautiful we hardly know where to start, so you wouldn’t put it on the kitchen counter next to the herb tray, right? We love this as an accent on a stylish credenza or console in the living room, and also see it working beautifully on the dining room table. If you want it all to yourself, put it on the bedroom dresser where you can thoroughly admire its complexity from the comfort of your bed.
With just a little effort, you can ensure that the flowers you bring into your space not only enhance the overall feel of the room but set the tone for it (or even raise the bar!).