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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

The Floral Arrangement Technique

Floral Arrangement Tips are displayed throughout the foliage and the combination of herbs and vegetables with floral materialFlower arrangement is an art form that improves our environment while adding a beautiful touch and personality to any room in your home, office, or other building. This technique is used to supplement traditional methods of interior design and decoration. Although the flower uninitiated may seem simplistic organization, which incorporates essential design principles of proportion, balance, contrast and harmony. In order to ensure that the flowers last long enough to achieve the desired effect, the flowers should be properly selected, sorted, and conditioned. Recent techniques in flower arrangements are displayed throughout the foliage and the combination of herbs and vegetables with floral material.For office or home decor, consider the arrangement of artificial flowers in a pot or bowl. Gather the supplies, like a tall glass vase, artificial vegetation (ferns, leaves, etc.), small loads and silk flowers at least three colors. Selection of the types of flowers (sunflowers, hydrangeas, tulips, roses, chrysanthemums, etc.) is up to you, but make sure the vessel size is proportional to the flowers. To begin with the floral arrangement, keep all your supplies on a flat bench. Check out the lengths of the flowers and greenery, and adjust if necessary. Then start making some green on the sides of the vessel, ensuring that their height to the edge. Insert the flowers one by one, by color, size and texture. Do not overload or it will be dirty. In addition, plants should be higher than the edges. If possible, add greenery between the flowers of vibrant colors to create contrast. With a little imagination and creativity, you can arrange strikingly attractive artificial flowers for the home.

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