It’s the second week of our blog hop featuring Balsam Hill’s new line of artificial spring flowers. In this post, we’ll wrap up on the stories of five of our partners as they decorate their homes with our beautiful blooms.
Read more for a glimpse of charming tableaus and elegant living spaces.
Our faux florals provided soft highlights to the clean, classic look of Amy’s home. The White Peony Flower Arrangement added graceful contrast to the chrome fixtures of her bathroom, while a Montauk Succulent Wreath filled a white shelf with the lush look of plump leaves and layered eucalyptus. Amy’s daughter loved the feminine look of the pink peonies in her room, which were delicately arranged in their glass vase.
Jen’s simple design style is aimed at creating a calming space for her family, a harmony enhanced by her new faux florals. The soft petals of the Tulip and Ranunculus Flower Arrangement played nicely against the metallic lamp on her bedside table, while white and light pink peonies adorned the tabletops around her home. A festive Forsythia Flower Wreath provided a bright contrast to her navy blue door, while a Montauk Succulent Wreath added an eye-catching highlight to her white dining room.
Kristin loved our magenta and light pink peony arrangement, recalling the florals in her wedding bouquet. Two arrangements, one with white tulips and another with vibrant ranunculus, graced her dining table. Our white Dutch Tulips drew praise from her friends and family, who couldn’t believe they were faux flowers.
Jenn was glad she could use our artificial flowers to add pastel hues to her home. The hand-painted hydrangeas, anemone, roses, and berries on the Jane Arrangement looked so real on her table that she decided to mix in fresh greenery from her yard for good measure. For a farmhouse feel, she placed our Blue Viola Arrangement in a metal olive bucket. She trimmed the Provencal Lavender Garland into shorter pieces to drape on a wooden step ladder—and added that she could rewire the stems together if she wanted to use its full 6-foot length in the future.
Kellie found our spring florals a welcome break from winter weather. Our Provencal Lavender Wreath set her dining room for the new season, while an arrangement of peonies and roses gave new life to her reclaimed shelving. A white Tulip and Ranunculus Arrangement graced Kellie’s bedside table, and a Peony Wreath added lively charm to her daughter’s room.
This wraps up the 2-week journey of A Springtime Prelude: Balsam Hill’s Florals Blog Hop. Thank you for joining us—we hope you’ve enjoyed the many ways our partner bloggers have welcomed the new season with our artificial flowers.
Did you like our new line of artificial spring flowers? We’d love to read about your Balsam Hill spring decorating on Facebook and Instagram. To get 15% off on all floral purchases from Balsam Hill, please use the coupon code available in the blog hop posts.