The difference between the home you've spent so much effort redoing and those you've torn from magazines (beyond a seemingly limitless budget) might be a well-placed little bouquet.
Emily Henderson, star of HGTV's Secrets of a Stylist, has a foolproof arrangement that works anywhere: several flowers in a single style—like peonies or grocery-store white roses—arranged loosely in a cylindrical vase.
"It's more natural if you use a mix of open and closed buds," she says.
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"It contains items, which makes them feel less cluttered.
Plus, you can put your prettiest bottles in the front and add in a plant to make it seem more thought-through."All too often, we fall victim to the adorable throw pillow trap and buy a bunch in the same size.
Paint them, reupholster them (Naiman recommends other spill-camouflaging neutrals like olive green, khaki or gray) or move them to another room.