I’m so excited for today’s post! Spring is by far my favorite season. I love tulips and daffodils and roses. The fragrance and vibrance of spring flowers is the best. The weather here in New England has perked up, the snow melted and the birds are outside singing as I type this.
Today, I’m joining 11 fabulous bloggers and Balsam Hill in a Spring Prelude Tour. Balsam Hill has a stunning range of spring florals, I was surprised just how realistic these florals look! My friends at Balsam Hill sent me a few of their new products to try out in our home and I love them!
Before I show you how beautiful everything looks – I have a special gift to celebrate spring for you, dear reader.
Balsam Hill is kindly offering my readers 15% off florals. Simply type in the code is: BHBLOOMS171, valid until March 31, 2017.
Isn’t that exciting!
Alright, so I decorated with these items before we went away to England and, unlike real tulips, these are still going strong. My heart skipped a beat when these gorgeous florals arrived on my doorstep.
They are just as pretty in person and, obviously, last much longer than the real thing.
The Dutch Tulip Flower Arrangement is breathe-taking and has a tiny bit of water in the vase to fool even the most discerning eye.
Soft and delicate. I love the wispy feather details on the petals. This arrangement comes in three colors: white, yellow and orange, but I opted for classic white for our home.
Tulips are elegant and these long stem ones add a little drama to my soft spring tablescape. The handcrafted details are amazing.
They pair so well with brass and crystal too!
Oh, yes, the rose wreath is also from Balsam Hill! Isn’t it stunning? It’s the Diana Rose Flower Wreath. Perhaps, it’s named after Princess Di. I’m not sure.
It reminds me of something from England.
It’s playful and classy with hints of peach roses and white flowers with lovely greenery. It reminds me of a rose garden in full bloom.
It looks so pretty with all my ironstone. More about that little collection in another post 😉
Let’s move into the living room where there are more gorgeous spring florals.
First the mantel:
Hanging above the mantel is the Montauk Succulent Wreath.
This handcrafted wreath was designed by floral artist Brad Schmidt, and features a vast variety of succulents and eucalyptus leaves with dark green foliage. It definitely creates a relaxed and calming vibe.
Think coastal casual of the Hamptons!
I added some of my DIY Terrariums I made the other week on the mantel along with antique books and glass bottles.
So happy, right?
Over by the couch is one last floral arrangement I want to share.
The English Garden Rose Arrangement took my breathe away. I’m not usually an orange person, but I love how warm and alive these roses look. I also love how modern and sleek the concrete container is against the delicate roses and greenery.
I love how it plays off the colors in our living room – it looks great with the gray wingback, the chocolate brown of our Chesterfield, and the creamy white walls.
Not sure about you guys but I’m so ready for spring and these gorgeous spring florals have me sining and smiling ear to ear.
Florals complete a room and add so much happiness, don’t you think?
Don’t forget to stop by and see more spring inspiration by my talented and lovely friends. The dates are listed on the image below:
Courtney of French Country Cottage
Liz of Liz Marie Blog
Danielle of Finding Silver Pennies
Amy of The Idea Room
Lucy of Craftberry Bush
Kim of Sand and Sisal
Emily of The Wicker House
Jen of Migonis Home
Kristin of My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
Kellie of Nest of Posies
Jen of Clean and Scentsible