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Simple Flower Arranging Tips From Paul Lowe

Summer Style: Flower Arranging Tips From Paul Lowe

I'm not the only one who thinks that one rule of Summer style should be keeping things simple. Interior and food stylist Paul Lowe agrees that simple presentations can make a huge visual impact when it comes to flowers. I asked him if he could some simple Summer styling techniques for flowers, and he happily agreed.

Here's one of Paul's flower tips: "When I work with flowers I always try to keep it simple. I don't like mixing too many types of flowers in a vase. I believe that one kind of flower in a vase makes a bigger statement then a mix of flowers. If you want to use a mix, put them in separate vases."



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Paul also advises, "When you work with flowers you will always have some flower heads that fall of the stems. Don't throw them away. Fill eggcups with water and place the flower heads in them. This looks very cute on a side table."

To get more advice from Paul, read his blog, Sweet Paul, full of mouthwatering food photos and crave-worthy home and garden shots.


Source: Photos by Frances Janisch

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cdelaney cdelaney 6 years
Beautiful! I love the colors of these flowers...especially the lime green!
emalove emalove 8 years
Beautiful! And I agree that simple often has more of an impact...
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