i’ve once again teamed up with one of my all-time favourite home decor brands – danish design house kähler.
today i hope to share some inspo on how to do a clean and minimal looking spring flower arrangement, in a super simple and budget-friendly way.
i’m using the omaggio transparent glass vases and fresh green florals, letting the stems seen through the transparency of the vases be an interesting and unusual touch. this is one of the things i just love about the look of these glass vases – that the flower stem and leaves can be used in more innovative ways, instead of being covered by the vase. it creates a delicate, very light and fresh feeling of the arrangement. perfect this time of year.
we’re doing a little giveaway together with kähler over on instagram, so go on over to @jennymustard and find the photo of the omaggio vases to be able to win these two beauties yourself. you can find all the info in the instagram post.
in spring, i prefer using twigs, sprigs, and leaves – and leave the full on bouquet of flowers for summer. this time of year, the world is slowly waking up again, and i find this type of humble plants truly beautiful to bring indoors. letting the vases be very sparsely filled with just one sprig or a few stems also gives the bouquet a calmness that i love. plus, it’s of course a lot less expensive for all of you who are on a budget !
i’m not a flower expert at all, i don’t know the names of plants and flowers or how to best take care of them. i don’t know what’s trendy in the florist world or how to best arrange bouquets. i always just go with my gut and try to keep it simple. and i really can’t think of anything that instantly elevates the look of a home as much as fresh flowers.
so to all of you bouquet rookies out there – i encourage you to give fresh flowers a try. let’s keep it simple and wallet-friendly, just placing a few flowers or sprigs in a couple of glass vases around the house will give your home some serious luxury, and make it feel like spring has finally arrived !
love // jenny
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*this blog post is sponsored by kähler design. however, the views shared here are of course – as always – my own.