Sunny days, warm breezes, fresh air, and colorful flowers.
These are just a few of the reasons why summer is my favorite season.
But most of all …
I love the riotous color of flowers blooming in the garden and alongside country roads.
They look like coreopsis … I added a couple spikes of straw to the arrangement.
Tucked inside a vintage enamelware pitcher, they add a summer touch to my kitchen.
Coneflowers and white hydrangea from my garden create a refreshing decorating detail.
I like my summer flower arrangements to be carefree and simple … just like summer itself.
I combined Bee Balm and Queen Anne’s Lace with a fuzzy straw grass for fun.
Summer arrangements don’t need to be fussy … I simply try to make them look balanced.
A French enamel pot cradles a beautiful, single pink hydrangea from my garden.
This type of summer flower arrangement will always look pretty.
Use unlikely items for a vase, like this hanging candle holder.
We have tons of wildflowers along the country roads here …
I wanted this arrangement to look like I grabbed a bunch of flowers and stuffed them into the pitcher.
Without any arranging at all!
Tuck a few sprigs of sage or speedwell into a vintage bottle for cottage charm.
Less expensive than store-bought, snap dragons look pretty in a mason jar wrapped in eyelet lace.
This pretty trio of Queen Anne’s Lace in my dining room cost me nothing.
I simply paired 2 types of white wildflowers together in blue mason jars.
You’ll love the charming home tour I’ll be featuring!