Text by Katie Ellis
Enjoy these easy style tips for arranging fresh and faux fleurs to add a burst of life and texture after the holiday season.
GLASS DOME DÉCOR
Transitioning from holiday greenery and décor to winter arrangements has never been easier thanks to the glass dome or cloche. What housed a frosted bottle brush tree or gilded pine cones weeks prior now welcomes the new year with a dainty dried floral, real or faux.
Foraged bare branches from the yard and faux leafy stems are a great way to bring the winter season indoors. Arranged in a collection of colorful glass jars, these stems add life and movement to a charming living space.
TEXTURE AND COLOR
After the holiday décor is packed and put away, your home and all its cozy corners can sometimes be left feeling empty. Try adding small arrangements throughout the house—the kind that can easily be split and broken down from a single fresh bouquet—as a great way to add texture and color back into your home this winter. And hanging flower baskets aren’t just for spring! Lamb’s ears and a selection of white florals invite a wintry welcome to any home.
A PERFECT PAIR
Think outside the box when it comes to transplanting your winter arrangements or clippings. A soup tureen is great for serving up a warm winter meal and can also be a surprisingly chic vessel for your favorite winter floral. Whether they’re standing tall in a tureen or small in a delicate bud vase, orchids can add gentle grace and beauty to any window.
Make your cottage collections sing this winter by incorporating layers of monochromatic florals to your displays. Here, multiple plant varieties shine in blue-and-white jars and vases while feeling both cohesive and sweetly serene.