Among the decoration trends, there is trying to replicate the season of the year that we attend indoors, so we can add small touches and elements that convey the climate outside, for example, using vibrant colors in spring and many fresh flowers , or, as now, using earthy and reddish tones that convey Autumn.
Ideas to put your house in “autumn mode” with freeze-dried flowers
With the mercury going down little by little, the desire to go into crucible mode grows! Although it is still time for winter, the weather turns a little cooler and it is the right time to start transforming your interior decoration and create a nice warm and cozy melting pot.
Do you want to create an ultra cozy space right now? Well let’s get to it!
Within these small accessories or “decorative touches” we undoubtedly have the bouquets and flower arrangements, since as nature lovers, we know the pleasure that we get from having plants and flowers around us.
Living in an apartment (as is my case today) and with lighting that is not enough for me, I have had to look for some alternatives, and the truth is I have found one that I have loved in one florist in Seville Pulgar Verde.
It is about the compositions with preserved or freeze-dried flowers, through which I can have an almost natural autumn decoration without the need for good lighting or watering, or ambient humidity.
The lyophilization It is a technique that consists of freezing the natural flowers and then extracting all the moisture from them. This procedure achieves an appearance very similar to that of fresh flowers. The original shape, structure and color of the flowers are preserved at their best and with good care they can last a lifetime.
Inside the advantages of using flowers lyophilized in our arrangements and in the decoration, it is that they have a useful life of several years without added water or nutrients and above all, there is little or no difference in appearance between freeze-dried and fresh flower arrangements.
In addition, they are available all year round, without seasons, without temperature differences and without price fluctuations.
So that we can represent autumn at home, it is important to decide for warm and earthy colors, among them we can mention:
- Color tea with milk
- Toasted orange
- Dark reds
- Brown and Beige
- Yellow mustard
Imagine the Canadian Maple trees and you will have your range of perfect colors there !!
If we talk about autumn, not only the colors matter, but also the variety of flowers and plants chosen, here is a small list of what species your arrangements can contain:
- Blue Mistflower and Agerato
- Russian sage
- Solidago or rod of Saint Joseph
- Pampas or herbs of the pampa
Bouquets and Arrangements
With all the introduction done, we present several ideas to awaken your inspiration, when looking at each photo, imagine them in the different corners of the house
Other accessories that you can add to your autumn decoration:
Of course it is not only about bouquets and flower arrangements, a decoration that is worth its salt must be accompanied by other accessories, here are some ideas to complement our freeze dried flowers.
Cushions in earth tones, ocher and ivory
Change your cushion covers to give them a “second life” while giving your decor a whole new look. (You can save your summery looking covers for next summer!) warm colors to create an ultra cozy atmosphere!
Woven blankets in earth colors
There is nothing like soft fabrics to create a more welcoming environment. Go for blankets, cushions, and even super soft rugs. The idea is to create a cozy haven where you can snuggle up on cool fall afternoons.
Autumnal Scented Candles
There is nothing like a candle with the sweet aroma of autumn spices to create a warm atmosphere. If you’re not necessarily a fan of pumpkin or cinnamon scents, apple, fig, and eucalyptus scents can also help bring a “fall air” to your home.
The smoked glass vases They have a vintage look and are perfect to put your pampas that are so fashionable today. Use alone or in groups of 2 or 3 to create a beautiful visual impact.