|Design by Chris Barrett|
Spring is underway here, and everything is blooming! From my front door, I can see azaleas, violets, wisteria, and dogwoods displaying their beautiful blooms. So why not bring some of that color indoors, with lush arrangements like these!
|Dining room by Jennifer McGee Design|
Tulips are so lovely, but tend to drape and bend. McGee deftly tackles this issue by using a large grouping, tightly packed in a ginger jar.
|Seating area by Philip Gorrivan|
Gorrivan adds even more lively color to an exuberant seating arrangement with these tall yellow blooms.
|Table setting by Eddie Ross|
What a fragrant arrangement this must be: daffodils and grape hyacinths!
|Design by Robert Couturier|
I love the contrast here of softness (from the flowers and the warm velvet on the armchairs) and graphic rigidity (from the black wall and metal furnishings).
|Study by Milly de Cabrol|
What a fabulously towering arrangement! It works so well with the scale of the table and the room as a whole.
|Vignette by Kelly Wearstler|
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend!