Vase arrangements and flower ideas from BLOOMY DAYS & Westwing
Not every flower arrangement is suitable for the same vase. Large, voluminous flower heads must be supported by tall vases. Long-stemmed, single flowers want to be beautifully presented on their own and do not tolerate competition. Today we’re going to show you five different flower arrangements that you can easily imitate at home. Our friends from Westwing, Germany’s first shopping club for furniture and home accessories, have provided us with a wonderful selection of Westwing vases, which we have creatively decorated with flowers.
Classic table vase
The classic table vase is neither too big nor too small. You know, just right for most types of flowers. The classic table vase particularly decorates long, angular tables very well. Placed especially on empty tables in the middle, it fits elegantly into the overall picture of your dining room. We filled the 3D-look vase with playful germinis. Since the vase itself has a rather minimalist design, the playful germinis create a fresh contrast.
Almost every type of flower comes into its own in narrow bottle vases. The bottle vase is a great narrow vase that fits into every hallway without taking up much space. Due to its filigree shape, it always gives you and your guests a nice welcome. Delicate, long-stemmed flowers look great in this vase.
Everyone should have one because it is essential for long-stemmed flowers. In order for large floor vases to fully unfold their effect, they need a select place – for example next to a patio door, a fireplace or in a corner of the room. But they are also an eye-catcher on a long dining table. Due to their size and elegance, you can freely choose a place that you always wanted to pay more attention to.
To create an elegant ambience, tone on tone arrangements are excellent. We opted for white gladioli in combination with tender dill.
Small vases work both alone and in a group. Equipped with individual flowers, they are a great table decoration or adorn filigree side tables. The combination can look very playful and loosens up the environment. You should always have a few small vases at home, especially for broken flower heads or “leftovers” that no longer fit in another vase. Because what a shame it would be to throw these flowers away.
TIP: Have you ever decorated flowers in the bathroom? Small vases look very pretty on the edge of the bathtub or on the washstand and sweeten everyday life.