As seen in Meatpacking: Winter Florals by Damselfly Designs
January 10, 2020
You’ve vowed to have a clean and fresh start this year – clean slate, clean eating, fresh start, fresh outlook, etc. so why not include fresh flowers? Since you’re committed to improving your well-being, there’s no better way to reduce stress, reconnect with nature and brighten up any space than by adding beautiful blooms to your home. Studies show that fresh flowers not only boost your mood and enhance productivity, but they have an overall positive impact on your health.
As we shift from poinsettias and pinecones, detox from eggnog and evergreens and cleanse our home of fir and feasts, it’s time to replace the rich colors (and foods!) that once graced our holiday tables. By incorporating even a simple flower arrangement, you can not only enrich your interior design aesthetic but create a place that will help cleanse your air, clear your mind and allow ideas to blossom.
The midwinter months don’t need to be dark and dreary – whether you’re seeking to spruce up your space, heighten the hygge feeling in your home or simply hit the reset button, fresh flowers have the remarkable ability to transform any dwelling and bring life to even the dullest days of winter. By integrating a palette of winter whites such as mondial roses, anemone and calla lilies with a touch of eucalyptus or cedar and pop of tanacetum, freesia or dianthus, as a nod to forthcoming Spring, you can easily enhance your dwelling or desk.
Flowers, just as the start of a New Year, have an innate way of refreshing our outlook and surroundings – so be sure to ring in this new year with new beginnings and beautiful blooms from Damselfly Designs at Chelsea Market!