Sneak Peek: Best of Flower Arrangements at Home


With longer days and warmer temps, it feels like spring is on the way. Here in the Midwest it will be a little while before trees and flowers are in bloom, so in the meantime I plan to bring a bit of the outdoors in with vibrant flower arrangements. I rounded up some great examples of flower arrangements from the Sneak Peek archives to inspire you to do the same. Shannon

Image above: A single stem in each vase is more than enough when you’ve got blooms this big. See more of Lotta’s Finnish home here.

Image above: An arrangement of hydrangeas brings some natural elegance to the mantle in this Hudson Valley home.

Image above: Flowers that are both lush and minimal in this Mexican hotel.

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Image above: Kathryn and Lizzie Fortunato think a flower arrangement is the greatest luxury to have in their home, this one was made by their friend Taylor Patterson of Fox Fodder Farm.

Image above: Roses are Sarah Davison’s favorite flower, as shown here in her Sydney home.

Image above: The flowers and the Kate Moss print provide just the right amount of color in the kitchen of this London home.

Image above: Another arrangement in Sarah Davison’s Australian home, this time a loose and wild arrangement in the sunroom.

Image above: These yellow flowers are the only color needed in Claire Cottrell’s white kitchen. See more of her home here.

Image above: In Roseline Lohr’s Edinburgh home, a simple and elegant arrangement of pink roses in the bedroom.

Image above: In our second Sneak Peek of Lotta Neiminen’s home (this time in New York as opposed to Finland), she still has a thing for single-stem flowers.

Image above: Flowers from local flower shop Arjan in this Oakland, California home.

Image above: The flowers in the home of Kate Schintzius coordinate perfectly with the other colors in the room.

Image above: The pink flowers in the kitchen of Paula Mills’ Australian home highlight the other pink accents around the room.

Image above: Tropical flowers layer into a spectacular display of food and flora in Jon and Nina Hans’ Los Angeles home.

Image above: A delicate spray of baby’s breath in this Australian home.

Image above: A bouquet from the local flower shop adorns the coffee table in this Edinburgh home.

Image above: Little pops of Black-eyed Susans and kale brighten up the shelves in this Minneapolis home.

Image above: Gorgeous peonies in the kitchen of Paula Kilpatrick’s Australian home.

Image above: This simple white arrangement enhances the minimal elegance in this Brooklyn home.

Image above: Another look at Emily Nathan’s Oakland home with a single stem of magnolia from a neighbor’s tree.

Image above: Bedside hydrangeas in Amy and Erich McVey’s Oregon home.

Image above: Can you tell a florist lives here? Delicate flowers fill up Nicolette Owen’s Brooklyn home.

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Image above: The tulips in this London home add another graphic element to this chic living room.

Image above: A simple spray of green stems adds a dose of vibrant color in this otherwise minimal black and white Los Angeles living room.

Image above: Another look at Nicolette Owen’s flower adorned kitchen. See more of her home here.

  1. kristin S says:

    They’re all so fresh and inspiring! The Japanese table setting is stunning!

  2. jennifer says:

    One of my favorite best of’s. This would be a fun theme for one of your hashtag contests.

  3. Marnie says:

    Wow, all so beautiful. Allergic to fresh flowers so faux for me , But lots of green non flowering plants.


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