Create the Perfect Kitchen Décor with Flowers

Spruce up your kitchen with fresh blooms
Floral Kitchen Décor

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These lush floral designs improve kitchen décor

An updated kitchen that is welcoming and inviting while also being modern and highly functional will improve the value of any home. Flowers and floral themes can help to keep the kitchen decor fresh and invigorating. Flowers make kitchens more attractive, and with the assistance of your local florist can help to create a good floral design to make kitchens brighter and more inviting living spaces.

Many Wonderful Flowers Work Well in Kitchens

Flowers of many varieties can work well together to improve a home's overall atmosphere and a kitchen's decor. From hanging flower baskets near windowsills to table arrangements and potted plants strategically located around the room, having flowers as a regular part of the kitchen decor will instill a sense of freshness while also providing welcome scents in addition to the wonderful smells produced by good home cooking. Orchids, various succulents, hanging spider plants, lucky bamboo, and other flowers and plants help to add a sense of nature to kitchens, and table arrangements can help to beautify a dining table. It's best to use mild roses and other flowers that don't have strong scents at dining tables to prevent interference with the smell of the meal. Your local florist and nursery owners can help to best determine which locally grown flowers to use at which times of the year.

Kitchen Accents Can Lend to Floral Ambience

Using curtains and wallpaper or wall decorations that have floral patterns and themes can help to create a garden-like ambiance inside a kitchen. When complemented with an appropriate color scheme and artwork, the combination of real flowers and plants with floral patterns and artwork can transform a kitchen's decor and make it possible to continue reviving it with fresh floral arrangements and rotations of seasonal varieties of flowers. Poinsettias and other popular holiday flowers can keep the kitchen fresh, vibrant, and festive during the winter while flowers that bloom in the spring, summer, and fall also can keep kitchens looking new, smelling great, and feeling warm and welcoming at other times of the year.

What kinds of flowers do you prefer using in your kitchen?

Audra Danzak- Owner of A Garden Floral in Las Vegas, NV and Florist on BloomNation.com

A Garden Floral was created by Audra Danzak following a 30 year career in the floral industry. As a former executive for MGM Corporation, which includes Bellagio and City Center resorts, along with several other Las Vegas strip properties, she truly understands the desires of the hospitality industry. The goals, at A Garden Floral, are to not only deliver unexpected guest service but to also continually stimulate creativity. A Garden Floral is pleased to now bring custom floral design and gift baskets to a retail setting.

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