14 Ideas for Decorating With Tulips
Find inspiration for your own designs in these beautiful indoor arrangements.
In a silver metallic vase, Valerie Loseth of The Wheelbarrow Gardener has styled peach roses, ivory tulips, 'Green Trick' dianthus and ornamental kale.
Old Container, New Idea
A carved container serves as an intricate foundation for a holiday collection of tulips, cosmos, mistletoe and holly by floral designer Holly Bryan.
Peaches and Kale
Ivory tulips, peach roses, ornamental kale and Dusty Miller fill a silver metallic vase. Designed by Valerie Loseth of The Wheelbarrow Gardener.
A modern silver vase holds white tulips bursting out of 'Green Trick' dianthus. Styled by The Wheelbarrow Gardener.
Beautiful and Bright
The lacy petals of mauve fringed tulips offer a lovely contrast against white hydrangea in a white ribbed ceramic vase. Valerie Loseth of The Wheelbarrow Gardener also has joined purple hyacinths, fuchsia carnations and curly willow for this charming arrangement.
Pretty in Pink
A waterfall of medium pink tulips joins other pink flowers, including mini calla lillies, Ranunculus, pepperberry and Grevillea, in this arrangement by Holly Heider Chapple Flowers.
Tulips are a statuesque addition to a ceramic jar in a traditional living room. Styled by floral designer Holly Bryan.
Reuse and Wow
Tulips can overflow out of charming existing containers, such as a metal watering can.
In Blown-Glass Bottles
Cut flowers such as tulips can be a perfect accompaniment to double-spouted Blenko glass bottles, which are handmade in West Virginia.
This tight mass of flowers packs a powerful punch of color featuring purple and magenta hydrangeas, tulips and spray roses. Floral design by Tony Polega of Bukiety Floral in Chicago.
There's a cascade of pink tulips in an arrangement by Holly Heider Chapple Flowers with Amaranthus, tree ivy, smokebush, chocolate Queen Anne's Lace and Asclepias pods. Also included: pink mini calla lilies, Ranunculus, pepperberry and Grevillea.