Flowers seem to be inspiring creatives more than usual as of late.
This local Orlando tree grows before a gas station of all things. Legend has it that someone brought it back with them from a country in Asia where it originated. Every June this beauty brightens up a traffic-filled asphalt-paved street with its weeping yellow blossoms.
A needlepoint floral dons the top of this cocktail table at Il San Pietro di Positano, Italy. Interesting how only the center and periphery are stitched.
Amanda Brooks went to a party celebrating the fabric line of Flora Soames which she posted on Instagram. Lovely how the candles peek out from a bounty of flowers along the tables.
Unexpected takes on flowers offer a refreshing point of view for those preferring less obvious floral references.
Some intriguing shows in London last spring focused on flowers but with a new vision.
The shortness of the flower’s life perhaps enhances their value.
A charming vignette of flowers both alive and illustrated at Casa Privata in Praiano, Italy.
A gorgeous pink beauty growing in my garden. Sadly, it doesn’t look like this now after a hot Florida summer.
While stuck indoors waiting for a hurricane to hit, we decided to try our hand at making paper flowers. The Green Vase sells these beautiful hand-painted papers imitating the shades of color within a single petal.
Artist’s renditions of nature’s creations can stand in for the real thing once they have faded and been cast off to the compost heap.
Casa V Interiors can advise on bringing the beauty of flowers into your home.