"Flowers can be the purest expression of joy in a house. In particular, they can raise the spirits on entering. Have flowers in the hall that make you feel glad to come home. The bright, pure beauty of gerberas looks particularly joyful against a coloured wall - and the wild, painterly patterns of parrot tulips have all the energy of an artist's brush. In other rooms, place flowers where a sudden shaft of sunlight will illuminate the petals. Even on the dullest winter's day, flowers are a sign of life and hope and sheer exuberance."
~ Tricia Guild and Elspeth Thompson ~
[Tricia Guild, OBE: British interior designer, founder and Creative Director of Designers Guild;author of fifteen books on interior design, colour and flowers.]
[Elspeth Thompson (1961-2010): British author of fifteen books on gardening, interiors and craft; and journalist for The Sunday Telegraph, the Guardian and the Observer writing on gardening and interiors.]
[Quote from: Cut Flowers by Tricia Guild.]
[Flowers: Red tulips.]
[Vintage props: Art nouveau embroidered table cloth.]
[Styling and photography © Ingrid Henningsson for Of Spring and Summer.]
Have a wonderful Floral Sunday!
See you back here next week.