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6 DIY Flower Tutorials to Bloom Your Room

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You’ll never look at flowers the same after checking out these brilliant DIY flower tutorials, mama!

Rooms can get stuffy and dull without proper interior design. Unfortunately, not everyone has the eye for style, and hiring a professional can certainly cost you a bomb. With minimalism on the rise, people are opting for bare and sparse spaces with clean lines. It’s a safe and elegant choice, but this can leave the room’s atmosphere feeling cold and lacklustre. To add life and warmth to all kinds of rooms, add fresh flowers or succulents to make them bloom. Any kind of blooms will do; even cheap flowers can be transformed into classy décor with the following tutorials on ornamental florals:

Framed fresh flowers

Framed fresh flowers

A simple and stylish twist to the usual fresh flower arrangement is to try hanging your fresh flowers as art installations. This clever décor provides reusable vessels for fresh cut flowers while transforming the blooms into works of art. Instead of hanging pricey paintings on your wall, these framed fresh flowers can provide practical sophistication. All you need are some chicken wires or twines, clear glass vessels, and frames.

Full instructions here.

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Pressed flowers wall art

Pressed flowers wall art

Once the flowers on your wall installation start to wilt, you can give those flowers a second lease in life by repurposing them as pressed flowers wall art. Adorn your walls with pressed flowers of various species to add panache to your living room or dining area. You can dedicate a nook or even an entire wall to display those dried blooms. This way, those thoughtful bouquets will stay on as a fixture in your home.

Full instructions here.

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Floral candles

Floral candles

From visual appeal to sensorial and aromatic atmosphere, flowers are versatile ornaments. DIY candles with pressed flowers are perfect for adding an air of mystery and romance to your bathroom or bedroom. Use mason jars as containers, beeswax, wick, herbs, tin can, paintbrush, twine, and a cutting board. These fragrant fixture will effortlessly light up and warm up your space.

Full instructions here.

floral chandelier diy

Flower chandelier

Make those blooms light up by using them as the focal design for a simple floral chandelier. This one is not a long-lasting craft idea, but you can maximise the freshness of cut flowers into a delicate, feminine ornament before upcycling them again into something hardy. For this one, you need ribbons, a strip of wood and some lace.

Full instructions here.

blooming mirror

A blooming mirror

For the bedroom, a touch of femininity to your dresser can be achieved by lining your mirror with flowers. You’ll need wires, scissors, clips and tape to achieve your floral-framed reflection. A round mirror works well with this design for that wreath or garland form, but other shapes are likewise suitable. So the next time you look at your mirror image, you’ll be feeling pretty as a peach.

Full instructions here.

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Floral monograms

Another DIY floral décor for the bedroom are flower-adorned monograms. You can use your name or a word, something inspirational etc. This particular craft gives your room a dainty, personalized touch. All you need are wooden letters you can find in most craft stores (at least 8”), glue gun, scissors, and some filler foliage to add texture to your focal flowers. You can place the floral letters on your headboard, on your door, or atop your dresser.

Full instructions here.

Lead image, image #1, images #4 & #5 and image #6 sourced via Pinterest. Image #2 sourced via Sincerely Kinsey. Image #3 sourced via Adventures in Making. Image #7 sourced via Design Dazzle.

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