We’ve seen lots of floral designs available in the typical red-and-green palette so popular this time of year. And don’t get us at Campbell’s Flowers wrong, they’re beautiful. But we want to turn your attention to another color scheme and approach to winter floral design that makes use of some of the season’s best blooms.
We’re talking, of course, about white. Which technically is the opposite of color – though you wouldn’t know it, given how many hues and tones of it we see available. The wonderful thing about a white arrangement is its emphasis on texture. As with something like our Isle of White, you can really tease out some visual appeal by relying on your whites to look interesting to the touch as well as to the eye.
Here there is a stimulating mix of creams, champagne, beige and true white all set in a simple transparent bowl. This is graceful and light, yes, but it’s also a study in how to build texture through flowers. It gives off a serene feeling but still feels substantial and therefore seasonally appropriate.
What better than a floral arrangement that mimics the snowy scene outside? We think that winter’s whites are just as intriguing as its traditional palette. You can’t go wrong utilizing both.