Thursday, October 24, 2013

Carnation Chic

Kudos to the designers featured below for giving me a reason (other than the great scent) to like carnations again…

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Peartree 

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Flora Bella and Laura Ivanova Photography

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Bare Root Flora

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A Garden Party

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Anne Paterson’s Flowers

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Flowers by Busy B

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Floral Art

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Aileen Tran

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Ipomea

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La Petite Fleur 

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Peartree

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Sullivan Owen 

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Precious Pear

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Clementine Posy

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Floret Cadet

Happy Thursday!

3 comments:

Janice Bear said...

Oh wow; I love so many of these! A ton of great color-blocking.

Mimi said...

Carnations are wonderful and there are so many varieties. Using the right variety with the right mix of flowers makes a big difference. I often group them in threes in my floral design. It gives them more presence and sometimes makes people who claim to hate carnations not even notice them.

Paula said...

I've been on a mission to bring them back! When they are done right, they are just lovely, ruffle-y and beautiful! Whenever I suggest them to a bride, I have to have photos ready to show them how they can be used well, because they all seem to have been trained to hate carnations.