Friday, February 17, 2012

Fresh Flowers

When ever we photograph any of our work we always make certain we have fresh flowers on hand.  Flowers bring a room to life by their organic nature and delicate texture.  They lighten and brighten an otherwise man-made environment.  Flowers can also enhance colors used in the design of a space by connecting the eye to the flowers pigment and back to the interior; wether it's a fabric, paint color or even texture.
These same pricipals can also be accomplished by using plants.  Ferns, orchids and trees are always a nice addition depending on the space.
If you're looking for a quick way to add a bit of freshness to any space, simply bring in a few live flowers and enjoy!

These beautiful peony's pick up the blush wall covering behind as well as compliment the bright green apples.

Cheerful bachelor buttons add a nice pop of color which also pulls from the quilt over the footboard.
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This beautiful bouquet adds height to the coffee table and also pulls oranges from the funishings.

A luscious bouquet of green hydrangeas is the perfect compliment to this white kitchen.

A collection of rose bud vases atop a simple mantel and fireplace make this photo come alive.

Bright sunflowers soften wood and rock surfaces of this screened in porch.
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A nice punch of color in this neutral bath.

A simple, elegant lily with some height is perfect.
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These add both bright color and good texture.

The soft white tulips mimic the soft carrara stone.

A mix of gerber daisies in found milk jars add warmth and cheer to this breakfast table.