16 Flower Arrangements to Inspire Your Romantic Side This Valentine’s Day

16 Flower Arrangements to Inspire Your Romantic Side This Valentine’s Day

By Annie Fleming
Gifting flowers for Valentine’s Day is a tried-and-true approach to show appreciation for your loved ones.

Even after the holiday is over, bouquets add an element of liveliness to your home that all can appreciate. Take a look at a few of our favorite homes that have tastefully incorporated flower arrangements.

One side of the living room opens onto a light-filled entryway. Flowers by Lisa Cooper; rug by Loom.

A desk in the guest bedroom fits tidily next to the bed.

A light and lemony lounge space is the perfect place to soak up morning sunshine. Because lemon water in the morning is best enjoyed among tart yellow pillows and bright flowers in full bloom.

This dining room's soft color palette combines with its profusion of natural light to produce a sense of calm and spaciousness.

In this bedroom, walls painted with Benjamin Moor paint in Aura complement the insulated concrete panels that clad the exterior walls.

Hollyhock House is the first house of Wright’s second period and his first residence in Southern California. Named for Barnsdall’s favorite flower, the Hollyhock is incorporated throughout the design scheme of the residence.

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