Ways To Embrace The Flower Decor For Your Home! 


There is something magical about flowers. Place them in any setting and they transform the place into a bright spot. Flowers are one of the most pocket-friendly ways to spruce up and jazz up your home’s ambience and make it even lovelier. DIY in its truest form, you can be as creative as you want to! You don’t need capital investment or anybody else’s help to move a planter or bouquet. So, you can be on your own, which is a terrific thing if you want your home to reflect your personality. Home decor with flowers isn’t a new phenomenon albeit a forgotten one.

If you are looking for some inspiration or cues on how to flower up the home decor, dig in to find the best way to accentuate and adorn your lovely abode the way you want to! 

Why Flowers?

Ways To Embrace The Flower Decor For Your Home! 
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Because flowers are the universal language of love, emotions and hope – just what you seek in a home. Besides, several studies have established that flowers have mood-lifting capabilities and can enhance your focus. A not so while ago, NASA has also published a list of air-purifying flowers and plants that can make living in cities, amidst pollution and deteriorating lifestyle a lot easier. Flowers make your lovely abode even lovelier and more beautiful while cleansing the ambiance of air-borne indoor pollutants!

Flowers on a Window Sill

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Flowers on a window sill can brighten up the decor considerably. If you are living in a high-rise apartment with little sun and ventilation, window sills are the perfect place to brighten up the decor with flowers. Keep kitchen herbs like mint and coriander on kitchen window to keep your dining area fragrant and keep the stock fresh as well as full. 

Get Some Hanging Beauties

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Hanging planters in the balcony can kick up the beauty of your overall decor by a few notches. You can have vines, money plant, peonies and dahlias to accentuate the home decor.

Layer Up

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Flowers can be a worthy addition to lend some character and depth to your lovely abode. You can put different succulents in room, lavender or roses in balconies and bamboo plants in the living room that don’t require much care and attention to begin with. 

Wall Them Up

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If you have personal or small kids at home, walled planters can be a brilliant idea to keep them intact and out of reach of prying limbs. A smart and beautiful green hack, don’t you agree? You can have roses, peonies, lilies, daisies, dahlias and gerberas and any flowers that you want! Though, these blooms require patience and efforts to blossom. If you can’t, it is better that you rely on fresh flower bouquets to brighten up your home.

Turn the Corners

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Don’t ignore those beautiful corners and decorate them with cutesy little clay planters. If you don’t get much sunlight inside, it is better to stick to greens like rubber plant, money plant, lucky bamboos and succulents. You can also arrange some small planters on side tables and a coffee table to give your home a vibrant appeal.

Now, when we have let you in on the not-so-secret of flower decor, go ahead and pep up your beautiful home with these beauties! They don’t cost you a fortune and you don’t need much, to begin within term of flowers as well as money. You can start with even a single stem of flower and see how it goes for you!  If you don’t have the time or you are constantly travelling due to professional commitments, you can always order flowers online from CityFlowers and arrange them in beautiful vases and enjoy their pleasant fragrance and positive vibes!

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