We love plants over here at Oh Joy! They bring life and texture to any room, any time, any where. We've shown you how to style statement branches (a little goes a long way!) and have lots of ways to bring plants into the home.
So today, we're here to show you two ways to style faux spring florals specifically for the winter months! Bringing plants into the home during winter is crucial to adding joy during this time of year, since there's typically not a ton of greenery happening outside. Check it out...
You can find amazing faux plants these days that LOOK SO REAL and require much less upkeep. So if faux is your jam, here are a few of our favorites that we used in these arrangements...
Millions of peaches, peaches for me! We added some faux peach branches to these arrangements for their unique texture, dimension, and color! (They also remind us of warmer days ahead...) For these arrangements, we mixed the peach branches with eucalyptus leaves and green and pink long ferns for a burst of subtle color. When creating arrangements, it's important to group flowers and leaves together that have different shapes and textures. This makes them visually interesting and full! The vases here are similar colors for a consistent tone that help unite them.
Sources shown: Target Pirouette paint (past season), vintage print, Target mirror, vintage table, Target plain white vase (past season), Target geo vase (past season), Target handled vase (past season), Home Goods glass knot (in-store only), Wayfair chair, Sarah Sherman Samuel pillow*.
For this second group of arrangements we focused specifically on various heights and textures of leaves while keeping with warm-toned vessels. We used eucalyptus leaves, pink mini coleus stems, light pink pampas, more green and pink long ferns, and some green willow flowers. The color schemes for each are all fairly similar with green and blush, and each different type of plant brings in a different texture and height.
They all just just enough green to bring some cheer to your winder days.