"Any vessel that can hold water can be used to house your floral delights, from a fine cut-crystal vase to a plastic jug. A group of empty milk bottles can house single roses, for example, while a glass jar could be filled with handfuls of wild flowers straight from the field. Flea markets, auction houses and car boot/yard sales are good hunting grounds for unusual vases - a vintage carafe that has lost its stopper can still offer a home to a sprig of cherry blossom, while a chipped teacup gets new life when filled with palest pink peonies."
~ Selina Lake ~
[Selina Lake: British, freelance interior stylist and author of Bazaar Style, Pretty Pastel Style, Homespun Style and Romantic Style.]
[Quote: From Romantic Style by Selina Lake and Sara Norrman.]
[Flowers: Pink Primroses.]
[Container: Vintage milk jug.]
[Other vintage props: Book with floral cover, embroidered lace cloth and croched doily.]
[Styling and photography: © Ingrid Henningsson for Of Spring and Summer.]
Have A Wonderful Floral Sunday!
I will see you back here soon!