A Flower for Every Room

We know that flowers bring joy and happiness to any room, but deciding exactly which flower to showcase in a particular room can sometimes leave you stumped. It is important to match the flowers with the theme of the room, and really isn’t too hard to figure out what flowers go for what theme. DFW Flowers and  Interior Decorating can offer some tips:

A living room could give a cozy feel to it and flowers such as carnations could go well. Think about your color scheme and choose carnation flowers that compliment or contrast!

A kitchen gives a brighter, morning feel to it and for that kind of theme tulips might go nicely. These flowers are happy and fun and can bring a sense of cheer to lure sleepy children in.

A bedroom as it is more intimate, a vase full of roses may go best. Roses are the greatest representation of romance and love in flowers, so what better way to add a touch of softness to the bedroom?

It’s a simple as thinking of the feel you want a room to have and considering the theme you have already established! For more information about flowers, florists, and products see our Facebook page!

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4 Responses to A Flower for Every Room

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