Say it with flowers

Spring is the season for fresh, fragrant flowers such as daffodils, freesias, paeonies, tulips, and roses.

Loosely dropped into a glass vase, or more formally arranged, flowers bring colour and infuse life into any room in the house. They make a visual statement, and add charm.

Fragrant florals provide a homely and welcoming vibe, although not for hay fever and sinus sufferers. Having flowers in your home will enhance the room’s aesthetic appeal, and it can also have a positive impact on health, such as helping to reduce anxiety levels, fatigue, and improving our overall mood.

Here are some tips:

– For a pop of colour, you may want to try orchids, daffodils, tulips, roses, or even hydrangeas.
-To add fragrance, try a single aromatic rose in a bud vase, or a bouquet of them in a lounge or hallway. Stick to soft aromas to avoid overwhelming the senses.
-Spark creativity using flowers in various colours. For instance, flowers that are warm-coloured such as yellow, orange, and red, are known to stimulate the brain, help boost energy levels, and increase creativity and alertness.


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