The Christmas spirit is in the air. And what better way to escape the chilly weather and delve into the holiday season than by cosying up next to a tranquillising fireplace? Opt for a cosy fireplace aesthetic with bespoke Christmas flower displays - dried flowers are the way to go.
Fireplaces date back to the 1700s
So, when did the idea of the fireplace begin? And why is it most popularly used around this time of year? Fireplace design originated in 1700s. They are primarily used to create a relaxing, warm ambience and decorative purposes. Historically, people used fireplaces for cooking and heating water.
The various designs of fireplaces have changed as their uses changed too. For example, earlier fireplaces resembled fire pits more than modern versions. However, what has not changed is the idea that they provide a relaxing gathering space for the family and visitors.
Today, the fireplace is most commonly used at Christmas time. Many decorate the outside fireplaces with flowers and other illuminating Christmas arrangements, like stockings. Which flowers to choose, you may ask? Keep on reading to find out more!
The Rose is a woody perennial flowering flower belonging to the Rosa genus in the Rosaceae family. People believe there are over three hundred types of roses that vary in shape, size, and colour. Its native home is in Asia, with a smaller number in Europe and North America. While mainly used as a symbol of romantic notions, they are widely regarded as suitable for Christmas flower displays.
Classic is timeless. And there is no better way to go about this than with a bouquet for Christmas with unmatchable Red Roses. Red Roses are trendy and in high demand for the Christmas holidays. Furthermore, the vibrant red tints of our infinity roses perfectly fit in with the custom red colour of Christmas, providing you with instant holiday-inspired floral arrangements. So what makes red a standard Christmas colour?
Red is a colour that evokes sentiments of warmth, courage, and admiration. It is also the colour of magic, providing you with a fairy-tale Christmas atmosphere for the entire festive season.
Think no further than the Ruscus plant for another custom Christmas flower display. Referred to as Christmas Berries Plant, you will make no mistakes with this flower. Ruscus is a genus of six plants found in Western and Southern Europe, northwestern Africa, and southwestern Asia. The central flower in the Ruscus flower is a red berries fruit, predominantly displayed around Christmas. So, why is this a classic choice for Christmas, you wonder?
The revitalising green in this plant will denote new beginnings, energy, and good health. It symbolises growth, healing, safety, and harmony.
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