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Informal Ways to Bring Spring Flowers into your Home

 Entry #994, March 4, 2012

The countdown is on to the official first day of spring in just a few short weeks and I’m sooo ready! Here in Jacksonville, Florida the azaleas and camellia flowers are already showing their beautiful blooms. How are you bringing spring flowers into your home? Regardless of how old you are, what your home looks like, flowers are a remarkable way to brighten any space and mood.

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Spring flowers in a bucket and sparkling water

Image via: Bolig Pluss

Whether you display them inside or out, here are some examples of gorgeous spring flowers to brighten your home and hopefully beckon the season to hurry up already!

Sunday Brunch Centerpiece

Decorate your Sunday table with gorgeous daffodils in an arrangement that will make you and your guests smile.

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Dining room table centerpiece

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Blue Hydrangeas make any space burst with color

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How lovely are these blue beauties?

Image via: Brabourne Farm.Blogspot

A Simple Jar of Flowers

Floral arrangements don’t have to be in a formal vase! Try using one of your favorite canning jars, vintage bottles, or container for a beautiful display.

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Simple everyday vase

Image via: Erin Art and Gardens.Blogspot

Spring is coming, are you ready?

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Fresh bulbs are telling us spring is almost here!

Image via: Bolig Pluss

Whether you clip flowers from your garden, or you visit your local nursery, bring flowers into your home this spring. After all, who doesn’t love the air sprinkled with the floral scent of fresh flowers?

Enjoy the changing of the season…. it’s been a long winter! :)

For more spring ideas on Stagetecture, click here.

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