Adding Color with Flowers, Plants and Fruit

Adding Color with Flowers, Plants and Fruit

Sarah Coffey
May 4, 2009

This concept is nothing new, but it helps to have a reminder that plants and flowers are one of the best ways to bring color and life into a home. They're relatively inexpensive, and they can have a larger impact than you might expect. Click through the photos above for a few examples...

1 This River Club room by Phoebe Howard incorporates flowers and fruit.
2 Christy and John paired yellow flowering branches against a blue-gray wall.
3 Lemons matches the decor in the Kelly Wearstler-designed Viceroy Palm Springs.
4 Strawberries stand out against blue tile in this photo from Emery & Cie.
5 A green plant provides a focal point in Amy's Vintage Modern Nest.

For more floral ideas, see these posts:
Frugal Flowers: Apple, Cherry, and Pear Tree Prunings
How To: Arrange Fresh Summer Flowers in a Low Vase
How To: Display Cut Flowers (10 Easy Ways)

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