Keep blossoming branches fresh by cutting a slit in each stem end (about an inch long), then placing in a vase with flower preservative mixed with warm water. Don't forget to change out the water frequently!
If you'd prefer blossoms year-round, a room covered in Clarence House's Flowering Quince wallpaper will do the trick nicely.
The pink buds on this dining table pick up on the color of the accent pillow barely visible to the left.
If you're lucky enough to have your own cherry, peach or other blossoming tree, clip a few branches for indoor use as soon as the blossoms get fat or start to bloom.
More Flowering Quince. It looks surprisingly stately for a floral wallpaper pattern, no?
A print of pale apple blossoms will still look fresh long after those nearby flowers fade.
Put a few branches somewhere they'll be properly admired — either for all your guests to see or just a special spot for you.
A fused glass tile mural is perfectly positioned for gazing upon during a soak.
This entrance feels warm and inviting done up in perpetually flowering wallpaper.
Paper flowers have the same fragile, ephemeral beauty as the cherry blossom.
Even with a surrounding view of the outdoors, these blossoming branches are a welcome natural addition.
The exterior colors of this house juxtaposed with the blossoming tree out front could have been the inspiration for the next room...