STYLISH INTERIOR DESIGNS WITH THE ANTHURIUM
Besides their popularity for All Saints, Anthuriums are trendy flowers these days. They are suitable flowers for tons of floral arrangements: from just a few flowers in a stylish vase to lush stylish bouquet or decorative arrangement.
INTERIOR INSPIRATION #1 ULTRA VIOLET
The purple or bicoloured Anthurium is a unique variety. This colour is also very popular at the moment, because the Pantone colour of the year is Ultra Violet. Style of your floral arrangement with some pink, blue and green accents.
The colours of the bicoloured Anthurium Love India are nice to use for this style.
INTERIOR INSPIRATION #2 PLAY WITH HEIGHTS
By using vases in different heights and shapes you get a nice playful effect. You can also cut off the flowers at different heights to enhance this playful effect. Extra tip: add some greenery to your designs. The greenery are a nice addition that neatly stay in the background, because the Anthurium definitely deserves to have the leading role. Go for a more Christmas themed style by placing a pinecone and fake snow.
The red Anthurium Tropical is perfect for your Christmas Anthurium floral arrangements.
INTERIOR INSPIRATION #3 ATTRACTIVE AUTUMN ARRANGEMENT
Autumn means Anthurium. Create a trendy Autumn design with multiple Anthurium varieties. Add some berries and feathers to your arrangement to really set that Autumn atmosphere.
Autumn floral designs mean warm dark colours. The toasted brown colour of Anthurium Terrasol suits in well with this theme.
EASY GOING ANTHURIUM
Taking care of your Anthurium is simple. This flower doesn’t require a lot of work and lasts a long time.
1. Diagonally cut off at least 5cm from the stem.
2. Place the flower in a clean vase with fresh water.
3. You could add Chrysal flower food, but with Anthuriums it is not a must.
4. Refresh the water once a week, the Anthurium doesn’t make the water dirty. Yet, she does like fresh water.
5. When you refresh the water you could possibly also cut off another centimetre off the stem.
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