The coldest months of the year have announced their arrival, and the short, dark days are here to stay for a while. When you don’t want to head out into the cold, you need a nice, warm place indoors. Create a cosy oasis in your home with candles and fresh winter flowers. Fresh flowers boost your energy levels and add an extra cosy touch to your decor to help you get through the long winter.
Be sure to place flowers in several areas of your home to add extra life and warmth. Flowers will add a touch of spring and summer, which most people long for once the cold sets in.
Cold winters call for calmness, contemplation and creativity. It’s the perfect time to lose yourself in a good book or to sit down to create a beautiful winter decoration with flowers. If you’re having people over during the winter months, go the extra mile and decorate a beautiful winter table with our succulents.
When you’re in need of some beautiful indoor plants to compliment the winter weather outside, the options are endless. Go for the colour and type of flower you like best. Queen® Flowers provides potted plants in different sizes, beautiful winter bouquets and beautiful succulents guaranteed to brighten up your home or serve as the perfect addition to this winter’s creative pursuits.
Although winter is the darkest time of the year, it is brightened up by the Christmas season in December. A month where everything centres around presence, traditions and family time.
At Queen® Flowers, we want Christmas to blossom throughout December. So we’ve got plenty of inspiration for a cosy, creative December with Advent candles, Advent wreaths, Christmas decorations and Christmas table settings made from our long-lasting flowers. During this time, the home plants and winter flowers are replaced by enchanting Christmas bouquets and Christmas decorations.
Our flower stems can easily stay fresh for a few days without water. This makes them ideal to use in place cards and napkin decorations for special occasions such as New Year’s Eve. They’re an easy way to decorate for New Year’s Eve and add a nice touch to your table setting.
Use a single flower stem or nip a few flower heads off a potted plant. Place the flowers under a napkin ring, glue them on small manilla labels or attach them with silk ribbons in a pretty colour that matches your other New Year’s Eve decorations. You could even add a pretty bow. The sky’s the limit when it comes to decorating for the last party of the year.