If you are like me, living in the Northeast can be brutal in the winter. I am writing this blog post amid a noreaster!
I cannot wait for spring. I love bringing budding branches inside in anticipation of the warmer climate’s blooms, stems, and colors. How about you?
Cut branches or use designer-quality faux branches to create a stunning vignette when grouped creatively.
Start by selecting a variety of vessels: pottery, glass, and vintage brass are my favorites!
Choose a stem with a curved or unique shape, and let it set the direction of your arrangement.
Check out what’s in bloom in your part of the country, or check out my sourcing guide below for recommendations on luxury faux branches.
January to March: forsythia
January to April: flowering quince, winter honeysuckle, witch hazel
January to May: pussy willow
February to April: saucer magnolia
March to May: Eastern redbud, cherry
I style entire spaces and vignettes for my interior photoshoots and look to 2023 design trends to influence the overall composition of each image.
Remember, though, that trends can come and go, styling is individual, and 2023 is all about making your space uniquely you based on how you live and what you love!
Organic signs of nature
Organic materials with texture
Pottery in organic, neutral, and smoke tones
Deep, rich, historical hues, think velvety green
Darker wood tones, think ebony stained floors
Vintage, antique pieces, and brass
There is no right or wrong way to style your home. Of course, it ok to treat yourself to a few foundational decor pieces that will set the canvas for your masterpiece this spring. Draw inspiration from natural materials, modern and vintage furniture or decor, and unique items you already own