"The simplest and quickest way to bring a table to life is with flowers. Not only do they add colour and interest to the scheme, but they will also give a special touch to any occasion and need not cost a great deal of money. For tabletop flowers, large structured bouquets aren't necessary. Something simple and subtle works best, even for a smart dinner. Single stems (or even just individual flowerheads) placed in glasses along the centre of the table are far more modern than a stiff, formal display."
~ Rebecca Tanqueray ~
[Rebecca Tanqueray - British, former Deputy Editor of Elle Decoration (UK), writer on interiors and design for newspapers and magazines; author of several books on interior design.]
[Pink and purple scented stock flowers in vintage glass bulb vase. Fabrics by Lotta Jansdotter's Glimma collection from Windham Fabrics.]
[Styling and photography by Ingrid Henningsson for Of Spring and Summer.]