Welcome Spring into Your Home with These Popular Flower Vase Ideas! - Michael Aram

Welcome Spring into Your Home with These Popular Flower Vase Ideas!

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Welcome Spring into Your Home with These Popular Flower Vase Ideas!

When those first hints of Spring start to appear, you know it's time to welcome the season with open arms! And what's the best way to do so than by bringing Spring directly into your home?

Flowers can transform even the darkest and coldest winter days into a sparkly, bright spring foretaste. And it's easier than you think to bring the essence of Spring into your home.

In this article, we will break down some popular flower vase ideas for spring, how to pair them with your flowers, and ways to make your home feel like Springtime.

Get inspired with these tips for spring flower vases!

Spring Flower Vase Ideas

1. Add a Pop with White Hydrangeas

Add some natural texture to your home with these simple yet beautiful flowers in a vase highlighting their beauty.

Try pairing with indigo-colored flowers for a beautiful contrast!

With the weather fluctuating between bitterly cold and unseasonably warm, it can feel challenging to find the right flower. Luckily, you can find plenty of white or blue hydrangeas that will look great all year long.

2. Choose Flowers Inspired by the Season

Sometimes, it's not the color of flowers you need to change, but their shape!

This is an excellent time of year to really experiment with different flower shapes and textures. Think about what looks best in your home this season. If you're decorating for springtime, consider combinging light pink peonies, tulips, and hydrangeas.

3. Warm Up with Orange Roses

Add some warmth to your home this Springtime with a simple yet exquisite flower vase that brings flowers to life!

You can choose from a variety of shades or bold orange roses for a wonderful pop. When pairing with flowers, make sure you select ones that will not clash too much - softer pinks or creams look best.

4. Be Cheery with Pink and Red Roses

You can never go wrong with a classic bouquet!

These simple yet elegant flowers go great in unique vases that can serve as an eye-popping centerpiece in any room. Experiment with different types of red and pink flowers to see what color combination looks best.

If you want a pop of color, try using the old standby: tulips in bright fuchsia pink.

5. Bring in Some Gold

If you want to add an air of sophistication to any room, try bringing in a little gold!

It's one of the most popular color trends happening right now and can really help your home feel more luxurious and comfortable. Pair with white or yellow flowers for a wonderful pop of color.

What to Look for in a Spring Flower Vase

Now that you've selected your flower vase, it's time to put some flowers in them! There are several things to consider when choosing your bouquet.

1. The Right Container for Your Flowers

Make sure your container can hold the amount of water your flowers need.

If you don't know what kind of flowers you want, you can always just buy the kind that comes in their own containers. These are usually small vases that you can place somewhere around your home to brighten up any room.

2. Consider the Size of Your Flowers

More than likely, your flowers aren't going to be as big, tall, or bulky as the ones sold at florists.

This means you'll need to select a vase that can hold as much water as your flowers will take up space. Make sure to use a container that's 1-2 inches wider than the diameter of your flowers at their widest point.

3. The Right Flowers

Of course, the flavor and fragrance of your flowers should be an important consideration. If you're not sure what flowers will work best for your home and style, ask the employee at your local florist shop for some help.

4. Think About if You Want Flowers or Leaves on Top

When planning your flower arrangement, consider if you want just the flowers or a mixture of flowers and their leaves.

Typically, if you choose to have both, it will look less formal and more natural. However, if you only want the flowers to show, try arranging these in a vase with taller skinny stems.

5. Don't Forget About Maintenance

It's always important to consider how much maintenance you want your flowers to require.

For example, some vases are not meant for outdoors, and exposure to hot sunlight could ruin your arrangement. Make sure you read the tag and treat your flowers like the delicate and sensitive plants they are!

6. How Much You Want To Spend

The last thing you should think about is how much you would like to pay for your new flowers.

If they are meant as a gift, make sure to check the price at several different locations or online shops. You don't always have to go with the cheapest option, but it's often best to spend within your budget.

Start Decorating for Spring with Michael Aram

Now that you know more about flower vases, why not get your very own? Michael Aram offers some of the best vases that capture the essence of springtime.

Make a statement with the rounded Calla Lily Midnight Rose Bowl Vase, or get inspired with the Golden Ginkgo Vase - the perfect place to collect your beautiful spring blooms!

With these tips in mind, you can finally figure out how to brighten up your home this Spring! From the right flowers to the right container, there are a lot of decisions but don't worry – we've got you covered.

Head online to Michael Aram today to see our full collection of vases and flowers today!

 

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