Flowers are so stunning, they make your heart sing a little every time you look at them. There are more ways to display your beautiful blooms than just put them in an ordinary vase. Flower Display Tricks You’ve Got to Try, will help you find more ways to show off your pops of color in creative ways.
“When you take a flower in your hand and really look at it, it’s your world for the moment. I want to give that world to someone else. Most people in the city rush around so, they have no time to look at a flower. I want them to see it whether they want to or not.” – Georgia O’Keeffe
There are so many things you have in your home that is tucked away in cabinets or forgotten about in the garage. Why not let them out in the light of day and use them to show off your treasures from the garden? Below you will find creative ideas for different containers to use.
Here are the Flower Display Tricks You’ve Got to Try:
Flower Display Tricks #1 – Ironstone pitchers
White ironstone pitchers are the perfect vessel for a large bouquet of flowers. The white backdrop lets the blooms show off their vibrancy and become the focal point in any room. Hot pink peonies would look amazing.
Flower Display Tricks #2 – Galvanized glory
Look how impressive these branches look in a vintage galvanized trash can!
Flower Display Tricks #3 – Tool time
A vintage tool carrier makes the perfect base for a gorgeous display.
Flower Display Tricks #4 – Step it up
Use a ladder to bring your petals to new heights.
Flower Display Tricks #5 – Kitchen companion
A vintage colander makes a nostalgic container for succulents.
Flower Display Tricks #6 – Floating blooms
You don’t need a bouquet of flowers to have a big impact.
Flower Display Tricks #7 – Sprinkled with love
Why only use your watering can for one task, when it can be an incredible vase for tulips?
Flower Display Tricks #8 – Fishing for compliments
I love putting flowers in an old fishing bucket and place it on an unused chair. They still sell minnow buckets with graphics here.
Flower Display Tricks #9 – Shopping around
A vintage shopping cart gets a new life as adorable planter.
Flower Display Tricks #10 – Birdcage love
Look at what a statement you can make with a vintage birdcage! Now you don’t have to go this grand, a small birdcage will do.
Here’s a smaller one if you don’t have the space.
Flower Display Tricks #11 – Crate beauty
This vignette is beautiful with a rustic crate holding chamomile flowers.
Flower Display Tricks #12 – Ride of your life
Now, not everyone has an old pickup truck lying around…but if you did, think of the possibilities! But…you might have a couple vintage toy metal trucks hidden away that you can add pots of flowers to the back of the pickup.
Flower Display Tricks #13 – Coffee or tea?
Teapots and coffee pots come in such an array of sizes and looks, they work wonderfully with flowers to hold center-stage in any room.
Flower Display Tricks #14 – Funnel of love
A vintage funnel makes a beautiful hanging planter.
Flower Display Tricks #15 – Bed of roses
Well, maybe not roses – but how about a bed of succulents? This miniature bed makes a great base to create a work of art.
Flower Display Tricks #16 – Mr. Postman
Mailboxes don’t only have to house your letters and bills.
Flower Display Tricks #17 – Everything including the bathroom sink
Even a sink can be transformed into a gorgeous planter.
You have reached the end of Flower Display Tricks You’ve Got to Try.
I hope you’ve gotten a few new ideas on how to show off your beautiful garden and bring it into your home. Make sure you pin this post and refer back to it, I will be adding new pictures and ideas to it. If you don’t have any vintage items to use, you can get these French market galvanized buckets to achieve the vintage look. Click here to look.
Let me know in the comments below how you display your blooms in unusual vases.
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