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Caroline Allison
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Inspiration for a transitional living room remodel in Nashville — Houzz

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ANA SIROTA wrote:
Poppies in water - I heard poppies are really hard to keep after they are cut. Is this true? What can we do about that?
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They are hard to keep. Flower food does help and I have also heard vodka.... never tried that though! ;)

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Laura Gaskill added this to 15 Decorating Moves to Take Your Living Room to the Next Level
4. Style up surfaces. A mix of three elements — flat, vertical and organic — is what you need to create arrangements that go above and beyond the usual stack of books. Try this formula to style surfaces like console tables, shelves and coffee tables.Flat: Books, trays, platters, textilesVertical: Framed art, vases, sculpturesOrganic: Flowers, plants, driftwood, stones, shells8 Favorite Accessories to Finish Your Space
Victoria Harrison added this to How to Make Cut Flowers Last Longer
Keep them cool and happy. Flowers placed on a sunny windowsill will open super fast but fade just as quickly. For optimum flowering conditions, keep blooms out of direct sunlight, and away from radiators and other sources of heat.More: Arrange a Gift Floral Bouquet Like a Pro
Lauren Dunec Design added this to These Ideas Can Get Your Home in the Mood for Easter
1. Spread fresh flowers around the house. Split a large mixed bouquet into many smaller bouquets to have flowers in multiple rooms. Reserve flowering branches and long-stemmed blooms for a large vase for your dining table, and place nosegays on side tables and in bathrooms. Not enough vases? Repurpose jars, drinking glasses and teacups, or float blooms in a low bowl filled with water.How to Create a Flower Bouquet Like a Pro

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G Leslie added this to Ideas
Flat: Books, trays, Vertical: Framed art, vases, sculptures Organic: Flowers, plants, driftwood, stones, shells
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4. Style up surfaces A mix of three elements – flat, vertical and organic – is what you need to create arrangements that go above and beyond the usual stack of books. Try this formula to style surfaces like console tables, shelves and coffee tables. Flat: books, trays, platters, textiles Vertical: framed art, vases, sculptures Organic: flowers, plants, driftwood, stones, shells
marieblom added this to Living Room
Style up surfaces. A mix of three elements — flat, vertical and organic — is what you need to create arrangements that go above and beyond the usual stack of books. Try this formula to style surfaces like console tables, shelves and coffee tables. Flat: Books, trays, platters, textiles Vertical: Framed art, vases, sculptures Organic: Flowers, plants, driftwood, stones, shells
T Dalton added this to living room
4. Style up surfaces. A mix of three elements — flat, vertical and organic — is what you need to create arrangements that go above and beyond the usual stack of books. Try this formula to style surfaces like console tables, shelves and coffee tables.Flat: Books, trays, platters, textilesVertical: Framed art, vases, sculpturesOrganic: Flowers, plants, driftwood, stones, shells8 Favorite Accessories to Finish Your Space
Susan Tisdale added this to Desktops
4. Style up surfaces. A mix of three elements — flat, vertical and organic — is what you need to create arrangements that go above and beyond the usual stack of books. Try this formula to style surfaces like console tables, shelves and coffee tables.Flat: Books, trays, platters, textilesVertical: Framed art, vases, sculpturesOrganic: Flowers, plants, driftwood, stones, shells8 Favorite Accessories to Finish Your Space
Carol Ann added this to DESIGN TRICKS
4. Style up surfaces. A mix of three elements — flat, vertical and organic — is what you need to create arrangements that go above and beyond the usual stack of books. Try this formula to style surfaces like console tables, shelves and coffee tables. Flat: Books, trays, platters, textiles Vertical: Framed art, vases, sculptures Organic: Flowers, plants, driftwood, stones, shells
Susan added this to Susan's ideas
4. Style up surfaces. A mix of three elements — flat, vertical and organic — is what you need to create arrangements that go above and beyond the usual stack of books. Try this formula to style surfaces like console tables, shelves and coffee tables.Flat: Books, trays, platters, textilesVertical: Framed art, vases, sculpturesOrganic: Flowers, plants, driftwood, stones, shells8 Favorite Accessories to Finish Your Space
Karen Lazar added this to llenrocl's Ideas
4. Style up surfaces. A mix of three elements — flat, vertical and organic — is what you need to create arrangements that go above and beyond the usual stack of books. Try this formula to style surfaces like console tables, shelves and coffee tables.Flat: Books, trays, platters, textilesVertical: Framed art, vases, sculpturesOrganic: Flowers, plants, driftwood, stones, shells8 Favorite Accessories to Finish Your Space

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