Perfect Match: Stunning Florals + Trendy Paint Colors

5 gorgeous flower arrangements that blend seamlessly with popular paint colors to create unique looks for every type of space.

Photo By: Julia Elizabeth

Photo By: Julia Elizabeth

Photo By: Julia Elizabeth

Photo By: Julia Elizabeth

Photo By: Julia Elizabeth

Photo By: Julia Elizabeth

Photo By: Julia Elizabeth

Photo By: Julia Elizabeth

Photo By: Julia Elizabeth

Photo By: Julia Elizabeth

Photo By: Julia Elizabeth

Flower Arrangements as Paint Colors

There are so many beautiful colors to choose from when painting the interior and exterior of your home but once the paint is applied, it's important to coordinate with some equally as beautiful flowers. I created five floral elements that you can bring into your home to perfectly match those on-trend paint colors. From outdoor planters to the bedside table, your favorite wall color is translated into florals.

Tomato Tango + Dining Room Table

On your dining table, in a room where you spend many holidays and celebrations with loved ones, place an eye-popping arrangement of lush florals in a fancy, compote bowl. Red anemone, frilly ranunculus and funky pin cushion protea make up this bright arrangement. Accented with lemon leaf and eucalyptus branches, it matches the Tomato Tango CSP-1145, Benjamin Moore Aura Interior, Eggshell paint color perfectly.

Tomato Tango + Dining Room Table

When you buy anemone, don’t worry if they are closed in the bunch you purchase. Once inside, they will open beautifully. Give them fresh water every day to increase their life span up to seven days.

Dark Burgundy + Entryway

Go high and wide with your arrangement, especially if you have a double height entryway that craves something large to fill the space. A crisp white vase, styled with a white candle and small dish to catch keys, provides a nice modern contrast with the lively wall painted Dark Burgundy 2075-10, Benjamin Moore Aura Interior, Matte.

Dark Burgundy + Entryway

The greenery with burgundy accents, burgundy carnations, calla lilies and lush garden roses pop off of the dark burgundy wall.

Pink Bliss + Side Table

For a view you won’t mind waking up to every morning, combine the most frilly blush ranunculus, spring hellabores and jasmine vine against a wall painted Pink Bliss 2093-70, Benjamin Moore Aura Interior, Matte for a one-of-a-kind look.

Pink Bliss + Side Table

Fragrant blooms are perfect for the bedroom because they are nature’s best organic air freshener. Here, I added some sprigs of in-season jasmine vine. The scent of fresh jasmine is clean, floral and will waft through your room as you sleep soundly at night.

Midnight Navy + Wreath

A base of eucalyptus branches holds blue thistle and blue forget-me-nots. The monochromatic look is trending this season and with a door painted Midnight Navy 2067-10, Benjamin Moore Grand Entrance, High Gloss, you’ll have the prettiest porch on the block.

Midnight Navy + Wreath

Don’t forget about a modern ribbon. To hang the wreath, loop a 1.5” wide satin ribbon around the top and attach to the top of your door. Then tie a bow with another length of ribbon and pin onto the wreath.

Guacamole + Planters

In a conceptual and DIY use of paint, I coated inexpensive planters and a wall with Guacamole 2144-10, Benjamin Moore Grand Entrance, Satin. I love how the lighter color of the plant plays off the background. The paint is made to be used on exteriors, although that means it would work on any item that will be on the interior of your home as well.

Guacamole + Planters

To fill the visual space when styling outdoor planters, sneak in some shorter plants under the leaves of a larger one. This will make your porch or stairs look full with fresh greenery.

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