Create a look

Here is some inspiration on how to use NDI florals.   Most beautiful rooms have flowers or greenery to make them feel complete.   I’ve taken some web images from designers and shown how a look can be captured with NDI arrangements.  Enjoy!

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Photo by Werner Straub Photography, interior by Khristi Zimmeth

 

 

 

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In the above cottage family room, a Boston fern adds the perfect touch of green.   NDI’s fern will remain in pristine condition.

 

In this bathroom renovation by Joanna Gaines, allium provides color and a bit of nature without creating clutter.

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 Get this look with NDI’s allium stems in these simple clear vases.

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I adore the combination of glamour, rustic, and quirky in this vignette in Bobby McApline’s lake home.

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If I wanted to achieve a similar feel, I would use NDI’s Eremurus and a simple orchid.   If I had some golden talon candlesticks then jackpot!

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Lastly, this room really speaks to me with the greenery in the filtered light.  Of course, if I had this beautiful window with bright light, I would attempt live plants.

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Assuming that my neglect kills them (or perhaps it’s a vacation home and I am not there very often), I would replace them with either of these beauties from NDI.

Ficus

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Olive topiary tree

Olive topiary tree

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