Look For Less • Fresh Blooms

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This past weekend I picked these hydrangea from my garden to place on the coffee table in our living room. Much to my dismay, it looks like they may be the last of the season with nighttime temps dropping into the 20°’s; so farm stand and supermarket bunches will have to take their place over the next few months.

However, one bunch usually only accommodates having flowers in one room, and ideally I would love to have arrangements in every room of our home (which is sadly not in my budget)! I do dry a few bunches of hydrangea and eucalyptus, which turn beautiful shades of pastel, but sometimes I want a big burst of color (surprise, surprise!).

BLOG_Tory_ToryOnHome_1021-Home-Collection_480_slide7When I saw Tory Burch’s new home collection, I was instantly smitten with the image above! Sure the inlaid bone box is beautiful, but the paper flowers is what really grabbed my attention. A simple, affordable, long-lasting arrangement – way more chic than you’re local craft store variety!

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Are you a fan of having fresh flowers in your home? If so, what are your thoughts on the paper variety?

2 thoughts on “Look For Less • Fresh Blooms

  1. I have bought some of these in silk in Michaels but you can also grow them. I’ve never tried it but they do sell bunches of them at our local farm stands. They are called Chinese Lanterns and are so beautiful. Can you imagine them mixed with your dried hydrangeas!!!

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