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Decorating Christina Aguilera's House With Flowers

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Having recently married, Christina Aguilera, like many newlyweds, 
is probably working on setting up and decorating her house to 
make it more of a home. Flowers are an excellent way to brighten 
up any room in the house, and new trends in decorating with 
flowers emerge every day.

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Decorating Christina Aguilera's House With Flowers
Copyright © 2006 Wesley Berry
Wesley Berry Flowers

Having recently married, Christina Aguilera, like many newlyweds, 
is probably working on setting up and decorating her house to 
make it more of a home. Flowers are an excellent way to brighten 
up any room in the house, and new trends in decorating with 
flowers emerge every day.

When you or guests enter your home, you want the first space in 
your home to bring a feeling of welcome and set the tone for the 
rest of the house. Your entranceway gives the first impression of 
your home. If you don't have an entryway space inside your front 
door before you enter other rooms, use flowers outside the door. 
Try hanging a wreath on your front door-grapevine or straw will 
work well. Attach small vases to the wreath and place fresh cut 
flowers in them. If you do have an entranceway space, you might 
display a favorite piece of artwork and use flowers to help draw 
eyes to it. If the piece is a sculpture placed on a pedestal, 
you could drape the pedestal with flowers. Or, for a warmer, 
friendlier feeling, set a basket of fresh flowers on a table.

In many homes, the kitchen is the gathering place. Flowers can be 
used in any number of creative ways to brighten up your kitchen. 
Try placing small clay pots in a windowsill and fill them with 
plant varieties that love the sun. You might even grow your own 
herbs, which can be a delightful decoration while being useful as 
well. If your kitchen is the cozy, old-fashioned kind, flowers 
will look great in antique water pitchers or teapots.

Keep your bedroom and guest bedroom smelling deliciously fresh 
using fragrant flowers like lilacs, tea roses, lilies, peonies, 
or freesias. If you happen to grow them in your own yard, snip a 
few and place them in a bud vase on the dresser or bedside table. 
These flower varieties are also available from your local 
florist. If you prefer to use a less fragrant flower variety, you 
can still keep the room smelling fresh by placing a bud vase down 
inside a clear glass bowl filled with potpourri.

Your living room or family room can be made either warmer or 
brighter, depending on the colors and styles of flowers you use. 
If you'd like to brighten up your living room during the summer 
and you have a fireplace, consider placing a large arrangement in 
the hearth. You can carry that feeling to other areas of the room 
by using the same flower varieties in smaller vases placed on end 
tables or shelves. For a warming effect, float a few large 
blooms, such as those from a gardenia or gerbera daisy, in a 
crystal bowl with floating candles.

Regardless of the room, flowers can be used to achieve any look 
you like. If you're at a loss for how you can use flowers in your 
home, take photographs of the spaces in your home where you'd like 
to add flowers and ask your florist for help. Your home can be even 
more beautiful than it is now-even if you don't live in a mansion 
the likes of Christina Aguilera's. 

Wesley Berry is the President of Wesley Berry Flowers, 
a successful multi-million dollar business that was 
established in 1946. He is also the Headmaster of the 
Professional Florists' Institute, a floral design school 
located in Michigan. Visit Wesley Berry Flowers on the 
web at



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