30 Spring Flower Arrangements That Will Spark Joy
Warmer weather is just around the corner and with it comes a wealth of florals and greenery. As soon as your local florist opens its doors again, consider getting into the spring spirit by adding fresh-cut flowers to your rooms. In the meantime, take a look at these beautiful arrangements — they might inspire you to start dreaming up your own!
This pretty front door in Boundary Bay, British Columbia, is dressed with a basket of vibrant purple blooms. Containers of greenery, lantern-style lighting and boardwalk-inspired decking add to the West Coast vibe.
Roses aren’t just for Valentine’s Day! A handful of crimson blooms in an oversized vase takes center stage in this sunken living room, pulling together the red tones in the accent chairs, rug, book and other objets.
Richard Ouellette and Maxime Vandal’s coach house kitchen is anchored by a generous table. When it’s not being used for cooking, eating, working or creating, it’s the ideal spot for an oversized pedestal vase filled with sculptural branches. A textured teal backsplash is the perfect statement backdrop.
Peppering florals and greenery throughout a room brings the outdoors in, creating a space you want to linger in. In Sarah Richardson’s great room at Starlight Farm, your eye travels from tall branches with white blooms to a pitcher with creamy flowers to a pot full of petite greens and even a blue vase with a single branch in the sunroom beyond. The overall effect is fresh and welcoming.
In the dining room, the inviting vibe continues. In lieu of one large floral arrangement, the table is simply dressed with a series of smaller vases filled with white flowers and candles of different heights for a look that’s casual but well considered.
A vase of red flowers nestled in a sea of greenery brings visual interest to this blue-hued, bistro-style banquette area.
Instead of florals, a bowl of succulents can be a beautiful accent in the kitchen. The deep reds, and light and dark greens on display add dimension and complement the rustic table and dining chairs.
In his Langley, B.C., home, garden guru Thomas Hobbs gathered Coral Sunset peonies and placed them in an antique blue and white English pitcher for a brilliant splash of color.
An orchid set on the luxe white quartz counter looks fabulous in this sleek, contemporary kitchen designed by Katherine Newman.
A spiky green plant is striking in this Palm Beach, Florida, breakfast room. A counterpoint to the pale walls, drapery and marble-topped table, the starburst shape and dark green hue draw you in.
The coin-shaped leaves of eucalyptus branches look dynamic in this Scandi-style kitchen. Set in a modern, dark grey vase, the branches are handsome against maple cabinets, and the marble-look backsplash and island facing.
Epic flowering branches create an arresting silhouette and deliver a moment of sculptural beauty in this fresh, country-style breakfast nook.
This all-white dining area designed by Peter Wilds becomes the perfect envelope for a single vase of verdant blooms. The floral effect is doubled when reflected by the expansive mirror.
Adding a table in this long hallway creates a focal point that leads you to the view of the outdoors. A vignette of books, bowls and a vase of blue-green flowers looks fresh and dovetails perfectly with the home’s crisp color palette.
A supersized vase of pastel blooms adorns the Shaker-inspired table in John Baker and Juli Daoust-Baker’s country kitchen. Rustic stone walls, wooden beams, unfitted furniture and a statement range come together to create a unique farmhouse vibe.
A collection of fresh herbs can double as a floral arrangement on your kitchen counter. Not only do they add a permanent dose of green to your cooking zone, but they’ll perk up a salad or seafood dish come mealtime.
A vase of orange and pink flowers stand out against moody blue art in this country dining room. Queen Anne–style chairs with zebra-print seats bring a stylish energy to the space.
A monochromatic bouquet of coral-hued flowers looks pretty on a coffee table and complements the colors of the rug below.
In this Garrow Kedigian–designed library, the hunting scene seems to inspire the vase of yellow- and orange-toned flowers — the palettes are identical, bringing cohesion to the space.
In the dining room, saturated blue walls are complemented by red art and a series of vases filled with red flowers. A high-gloss finish on the ceiling draws the eye up and gives an effervescent feeling.
In Mario Grauso’s flat in London, bold striped wallpaper is the backdrop for a double living room featuring two cobalt blue sectionals and matching arrangements of blue blooms. A double dose of orchids brings even more visual interest to the statement-making room.
In Jackie Kai Ellis’s dining area in Paris, the elegant space is elevated with a bouquet of flowers arranged in a gorgeous vase from Astier de Villatte. The antique plate-warming unit in the corner adds charm.
In this modern farmhouse kitchen, black modified Shaker-style cabinets combine with white counters and warm bronze hardware for a dramatic look. To lighten things up, sunflowers in glass vases bring a fun dose of sunny yellow to the space.
Pale, watery hues and a frameless glass shower create an airy feeling in this guest bathroom. A simple vase of tall purple flowers punctuates the serene space with a burst of color.
Designer Anne Hepfer created a stunning dining room with a custom table, bright blue Gubi beetle chairs and striking art. A low tray filled with flowering planted bulbs makes for a vibrant centerpiece.
In Colette van den Thillart’s New York rental, sculptural branches are styled with a wall sculpture, table lamp, mod sideboard and a custom screen to create a high-style, moody corner.
Champion skater Tessa Virtue renovated her London, Ontario, home with a dash of French flair. Here, a pretty floral arrangement is set on the dining table, just below a rustic chandelier. The blooms are even reflected in the mirror for a double dose of color.
Designed by David Nosella, this minimalist kitchen features two cabinet styles: modern flat-front cabinets for the lowers and gold-toned metal cladding on the uppers. Accenting the pale envelope is a vase of deep red tulips — a welcome contrast to the woods and metallic touches throughout.
A principal bedroom makes a traditional yet minimalist statement with its classic sleigh bed and neutral bed linens. A simple task light, retro alarm clock and single white bloom are all you need for an elegant grouping on the night table.
Designer Shirley Meisels refreshed this bright dining room with a mod ombré paint effect on the built-in cabinets, a matching set of mid-century modern chairs and a glorious vase of pink lilies.