54 Flower Arrangements That'll Instantly Cheer Up Any Room

It's one small but mighty refresh.

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Kathryn Wirsing

No matter the season, we love flowers. But now that we've sprung forward an hour and the temperatures have climbed above forty degrees, we're feeling the floral love even more. After all, spring is all about fresh starts. Read: 'Tis the season for cleaning, blooms, and allergy medicine. So learn how to make beautiful floral centerpieces to impress guests and beautify your home without having to make any major design changes. Wherever you place your flowers, these designer ideas and tricks will have 'em looking better and lasting longer than ever.

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Courtesy of Carolyne Roehm
Nosegay Bunches

Groupings of nosegays can be more romantic than one big vase full. Designer and gardener Carolyne Roehm recommends arranging them naturally, like the blooms just came from the garden.

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flower arrangements 
Nicole Franzen
A Modern Vignette

A pedestal table like this is the perfect place to perch a floral arrangement in a hallway, entrance, or corner that needs a little extra attention. We love the way this one plays with light, making the vignette look more like an art installation than everyday decor.

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pampas grass decorating ideas
Catherine Kwong Design
Dried Flowers and Pampas Grass

If you don't like flowers because they die quickly, decorate with dry flowers and plants instead. Pampas grass is a particularly lovely option. It exudes that signature California-cool vibe but still fits in with a modern, neutral color palette, making it perfect for subtle spring decorating. Just take note from this Catherine Kwong-designed living room.

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purple flower arrangements
PHOTO: Tom Ferguson; DESIGN: Arent & Pyke
Guided by Wall Art

Though many different flower arrangements would work beautifully here thanks to the colorful wall art, the purple pansies really bring this bedroom to life. The takeaway? Match your floral arrangements to nearby artwork, as seen in this bedroom designed by Arent & Pyke.

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Jonny Valiant
Classic White Tulips

A neutral bouquet can complement a bright backdrop. In a Palm Beach bedroom painted Benjamin Moore's Salmon Peach, white tulips also pick up on the apple green accents.

More: The 10 Most Gorgeous Wedding Bouquets Of All Time

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rose flower arrangements
Arent & Pyke
Fitting Right In

For a splashy accent, think of the color wheel and choose complementary shades. For example, these peach roses pop inside this gray-blue room while speaking to the coral arm chair.

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Nicole Franzen
In the Entryway

Even a super formal and modern space can feel inviting with the right floral centerpiece. The floral motif in the carpet softens up the cool gray colors and architectural console table and lamps, while the oversized branches put us in touch with nature.

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hydrangea flower arrangement
PHOTO: Tom Ferguson; PHOTO: Arent & Pyke
Bedside Cheer

Why should your yard get to enjoy the hydrangea blooms all by itself? In an eclectic bedroom designed by Arent & Pyke, a beautiful pastel cluster perks up a shapely black table. They complement the bedding without being too matchy-matchy as well.

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Nicole Lamotte
Blooming Tabletop

Designer Heather Taylor recreated the motif on her great-grandmother's plates for a garden party's bouquets. "Even if guests don't notice the reference, it's a lovely detail that adds a fun symmetry," she says of the bluebells and marigolds.

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Deep, rich colors warm up a corner of the living room.
Thomas Loof
Flowering Branches

Fill up an empty space with a towering arrangement, like the grouping of cherry blossoms in this colorful farmhouse. If you use clear glass, the stems are visible and part of the design. In that case, add a few drops of bleach to the water to keep it clear, says Roehm.

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modern flower arrangement pictures 
Nicole Franzen
On a Console

This gorgeous floral arrangement is all the console table needs to go from low-key to photo-ready. It still works within the preexisting neutral color scheme, yet makes the whole space feel so much more alive.

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unique flower arrangement
PHOTO: Anson Smart; DESIGN: Arent & Pyke
Striking and Unique

These eye-catching flowers fit right into this space designed by Arent & Pyke, where lighting and furniture double as artwork. They incorporate the pink swirls of the marble table as well the pale lavender light fixture. Tropical flowers like this will always deliver vivid color and intrigue.

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spring centerpieces
Ngoc Minh Ngo
A Strict Color Story

Orange isn't just for Halloween. Photographer and author Ngoc Minh Ngo collaborated with floral designer Nicolette Owen to design a citrus-y spring tablescape, placing flowers in small containers of varying heights and styles.

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large flower arrangement 
Nicole Franzen
Proportion Play

For a unique look, play with scale and proportion. We love how these tall branches introduce some grandiosity, even while perched on a low console table or media cabinet.

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tulip flower arrangement
2LG Studio
Pops of Color

This living room designed by 2LG Studio is ready for spring. The yellow tulips on the mantle and bright peonies on the coffee table are both low-lift but powerful additions for a spring refresh.

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blue and white flowers
Martyn Thompson
Matching Vessels

You can't go wrong with blue and white — with blooms or vessels. Here, Frances Palmer Pottery's Cambridge pitcher and Vigee vase rest on Clarence House's Milano velvet.

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orchid flower arrangement
PHOTO: Felix Forest; DESIGN: Arent & Pyke
Rich Orchids

Have we mentioned the power of flowers yet? The rich pigment of these orchids change the entire feel of this living room designed by Arent & Pyke. A simple glass vase let's the flowers steal the spotlight. The colorful throw pillow does a nice job dressing up the more casual elements of the room, too, like the jute rug and linen upholstery.

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bathroom flower arrangement ideas
Nicole Franzen
Opaque Vases

Metal, ceramic and even colored glass vessels are more forgiving than clear vases—especially if you plan to use foam, marbles or a flower frog for stability.

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Kathryn Wirsing
Rainbow Bouquets

Displayed in a pair of wide glass vases, this bursting arrangement instantly brightens a sideboard. But the vessels can also be repositioned to fill two ends of a long dining table.

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dining room flower arrangement ideas
PHOTO: Tom Ferguson; DESIGN: Arent & Pyke
Moodier Vibes

Branches covered in burgundy leaves have a decidedly sophisticated aesthetic. They fit in perfectly with this modern dining room designed by Arent & Pyke while the colorful ceramic vase softens things up.

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flower arrangement ideas
Catherine Kwong Design
Coffee Table Boom Complements

Placed in a clear vase, these coral flowers make the coffee table book pop even more.

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wildflower centerpiece ideas
Nicole Franzen
Country Fresh

Liven up a country kitchen or rustic breakfast buffet table with bright yellow wildflowers. An aged vase will contribute to the historied feel.

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Lilacs from the garden add another burst of color to the room.
Thomas Loof
Bold and Bright

Go ahead and pile on the color. Lilacs from the garden add another energetic burst to a living room designed by Jeffrey Bilhuber.

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pink flower arrangement
Nicole Fraznen
Tonal and Textured

We love how the flowers pick up on the peach-hued drapes and blush coffee table while the inky black vases speak to the walls and general elegance of the space. They also bring in so much more texture.

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1970s ikat slipcover
Bjorn Wallander
Ombré Delphiniums

Eclectic decor can benefit from a cohesive color scheme. An all-blue palette refreshes the onetime hotel that John Knott and John Fondas transformed into their Maine summer house.

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tropical flower arrangement ideas
Nicole Franzen
Quirky and Tropical

This floral arrangement adds a fun tropical quirk to the industrial space. It proves that even a converted warehouse building can feel like a tropical vacation with the right floral arrangement.

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Courtesy of Carolyne Roehm
Seasonal Favorites

Flowers that bloom at the same time — like lilacs and tulips — often look beautiful in a bouquet. For fillers, use whatever's green and growing near them, advises Roehm.

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types of flower arrangements 
Nicole Franzen
Citrus Accents

Roses paired with citrus and wispy branches makes for a dramatic and colorful centerpiece. Surrounded by black candles, this tablescape is the perfect blend of edgy and whimsy.

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gardenia flower ideas
PHOTO: Felix Forest; DESIGN: Arent & Pyke
Small But Mighty

You only need a small display of gardenias to completely transform a space. They smell sultry and intoxicating and look romantic, making them perfect for just about any space. In this living room designed by Arent & Pyke, they soften up the modern edge.

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Courtesy of Carolyne Roehm
Flared Vases

The most useful vase is mid-sized with a slightly flared opening, says Roehm. The volume of flowers and the container itself are inherently balanced.

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