" One of the reasons I adore autumn is it gives me an excuse to use more colour, and particularly to enjoy the more vibrant colours in the spectrum. The fading light levels make us naturally drawn to the warmer, richer colours of nature and as our mood turns to heavier choices for food, so does our taste for colour and heavier decorations. My work throughout the year is always inspired by texture, but never more so than in this season."
~ Paula Pryke ~
[Paula Pryke OBE: British, London based florist, founder of Paula Pryke Flower Shop and School; and author of fifteen books.]
[Quote from: Flowers Every Day by Paula Pryke.]
[Flowers: Callistephus from the Aster family.]
[Vases: New purple pot from Homebase and a dark blue 'Blå Eld' toothpick holder from the 1950s.]
[Other props: Different coloured garden twine, Swedish rag rug, vintage cake tin, flower scissors and ethnic carved black wooden figures.]
[Styling and photography © Ingrid Henningsson for Of Spring and Summer.]
Have a Wonderful Floral Sunday!
~ xoxo ~