Interior Flowers

Weddings have always been our main focus. And while we will never tire of designing gorgeous flowers for life's special occasions, it has been a nice change of pace to consider flower arranging in a different way. Specifically, how flowers can interact with and enhance one's interior design.

Over the last several months we've had the pleasure of designing flowers for Brooklyn Height's newly renovated Standish. Once a stately Beaux Arts era hotel, this classic structure welcomed world travelers during the early 20th century. Now DDG Partners have transformed it into one of the borough's premier contemporary residences. The ample ceiling height and windows allow for lots of air and light and the simple, clean fixtures bring the design up to modern tastes.

 Facade of The Standish, Brooklyn Heights. Example of Beaux Arts architecture.

Facade of The Standish, Brooklyn Heights. Example of Beaux Arts architecture.

 The dining area includes a trio of different botanical elements and makes for a striking grouping.

The dining area includes a trio of different botanical elements and makes for a striking grouping.

 Flowers and plants provide a welcome burst of color and life to your home.

Flowers and plants provide a welcome burst of color and life to your home.

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When choosing flowers for your home consider the focal points in the room. What do you want to see when you first walk in? Make what you first see when entering your home something peaceful or uplifting. Flowers can do that for you. Help elevate your mood and change your point of view.

 We often design single flower type arrangements. Thinking more about how overall shape and color effects the rooms decor. Here a mass of bright yellow vanda orchids add color to the room of neutrals

We often design single flower type arrangements. Thinking more about how overall shape and color effects the rooms decor. Here a mass of bright yellow vanda orchids add color to the room of neutrals

 Another style we employ quite a bit is creating a single cohesive look from a trio of separate botancial elements. Different flowers and foliage when placed together make up a striking singular whole.

Another style we employ quite a bit is creating a single cohesive look from a trio of separate botancial elements. Different flowers and foliage when placed together make up a striking singular whole.

 We are always looking at interior design resources for new ideas and color combination. Here an arrangement of delicate pink orchids work so nicely with the teal vase and bowl of orange clementines. Pulled from our  Pinterest  page.

We are always looking at interior design resources for new ideas and color combination. Here an arrangement of delicate pink orchids work so nicely with the teal vase and bowl of orange clementines. Pulled from our Pinterest page.

 Even as tulips fade they astonish with their movement and beauty. Image found  here .

Even as tulips fade they astonish with their movement and beauty. Image found here.

 Focal point arrangements are often a mix of long lasting flowers. Here we have cymbidium orchids, gladiolus, and pussy willow.

Focal point arrangements are often a mix of long lasting flowers. Here we have cymbidium orchids, gladiolus, and pussy willow.

 A mass of blue hydrangea brings color to this peaceful  neutral room  of creams and ivories.

A mass of blue hydrangea brings color to this peaceful neutral room of creams and ivories.

 We often use orchids in our weekly flower designs - they come in a range of great colors and are long lasting.

We often use orchids in our weekly flower designs - they come in a range of great colors and are long lasting.

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Exquisite, Sophisticated, and Always Fresh—our flowers complement the design of your home and enhance your style, no matter the season. We are now accepting floral orders for 2018 - call or email us at studio@dfasanello.com to learn more about our packages. Click here to view our Interiors page.