Floral interiors inspiration with Bloom roses
With Valentine’s Day on the horizon, there is every reason to be thinking about sending flowers to a loved one. However, it doesn’t have to be the most romantic day of the year to enjoy a bouquet of roses and fresh flowers brighten up every home.
Award-winning celebrity florist, Larry Walshe, and his team at Bloom create beautiful floral bouquets throughout the year. The London-based online flower delivery service boasts an impressive selection of luxury, hand-crafted roses.
Among the range are some stunning rose collections, which are ideal for Valentine’s Day. The beautiful French Vanilla Spray Roses, Coral Sunset Roses, Blush Pink Vuvuzela Roses, Sweet Avalanche Roses and the traditional Red Naomi Roses are just some of the favourites.
While a bouquet of roses is a stunning standalone gift, you can also use individual flowers from the bunch to give your house a lift throughout. You can highlight one stem in a specimen vase, include a few within a hanging wall decoration or mix them in with spring favourites to add a touch of luxury to a weekly flower display.
We have some styling ideas to make the most of these floral delights….
Celebrate your statement bouquet
Roses are so beautiful that they don’t always need to be mixed with other flowers. You can celebrate a statement bouquet in a beautiful vase and place it in a prime location to ensure that it is much-admired.
Add to a floral hanging centrepiece
Bringing elements of the garden inside has become a popular trend in recent years. Some people opt for a dried hanging flower display or one that is updated regularly with fresh flowers. If you receive a substantial bouquet of roses, you can separate some of these off and add them into a display. We styled the Bloom roses with dried hydrangeas, cones, teasels, silk ivy and pheasant feathers.
Showcase a single stem
Specimen vases are ideal for drawing all the attention to one stem. Separating one stem from your bouquet won’t make much of a difference to the overall bunch, but it means that you can enjoy the full beauty of a rose while it continues to open up in your home.
Turn one bouquet into many
With spring flowers available to purchase, you can sperate your bouquet of roses and create several smaller ones throughout your home. Perhaps keep one ‘rose only’ variation, while selecting daffodils, tulips and green foliage to accompany others. We styled the Bloom roses with daffodils and other floral delights, while positioning them in statement vases alongside hand-painted candles.
Take a look at the Bloom range online: www.bybloom.co.uk or call 44 (0) 208 540 5305. Prices range from £36 – £180 for the Valentine’s collection. Orders are available UK nationwide, seven days a week with free deliveries for purchases of £100 or more. European delivery options are available at an additional charge.
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