"Fresh flowers are one of the glories of country decorating, providing an array of colour schemes from sweetpea pastels and hazy spring lilacs to the saturated tones of gaudy dahlias and meadow cornflowers. Simple display are often the most effective. Mass blooms of a single type and colour, such as white narcissi or blue hyacinths (country-style wedding bouquet are a wonderful source of inspiration), to make a real impact on a hall or dining room table, or stand a single stem in a bud vase on a bedside table."
~ Caroline Atkins ~
[Caroline Atkins: British, freelance writer and editor specializing in interiors. She writes for many magazines and is the author of Country Living Country Christmas.]
[Quote from: Create Your Own Country Home.]
[Flowers: Green and white tulips.]
[Vase/Container: Small round hand-made pottery vase.]
[Styling and photography: © Ingrid Henningsson/Of Spring and Summer.]
I'll be be back tomorrow with another 'Tiny Blooms' and more floral delight from Of Spring and Summer.
~ xoxo ~
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