Gone are the days of ridding ourselves of white as soon as Labor Day arrives. This antiquated rule stems back to a time when fashion rules were very pragmatic- summertime was hot and called for light-weight, light colored clothing and decor inside homes. White was also easier to keep clean, and thus to be avoided once muddy fall and winter set in. Advancements in society have led to cooler homes, cleaner clothes and furnishings, and plenty of options for including white with heavier fall or winter textures. Why not work with white this fall as you decorate your home? Griffin’s Floral Design thinks you just might discover a whole new spin on design that you love.
Include a bouquet of white roses for a clean, fresh spin on a classic arrangement. Our White Roses are ideal for lending a snowy elegance to a room full of color. The richness of roses reflects the cooler months and heavier textures while these white buds lighten up the room.
Using white in your decorating plans can lend texture, fragrance, and eye-catching style that would otherwise be missed with more colorful options. Talk to the floral experts at Griffin’s Floral Design about the best ways to include white floral arrangements in your dining or living rooms, or even in your office space for a fresh look.