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How to Decorate in Modern English Florals

Wednesday, August 31, 2016





Two weeks ago, I published a blog, titled: How to decorate an English Tea Pot. In Lieu of the published post, We decided to showcase another work of DIY in reference to English Decor. This English Inspired had become one of our favorites, it makes us feel like we're in Europe.

Let's roll out our cards and get these fabulous decor this week.




Written by: Emari Grace I. Pimentel. Styled by: Joan Gay Fuentes. Shoot on Location by Home and Pantry

Prepare the following

3 Acrylic Risers
2 Varieties of  Large Glass Jars with cover
2 Varieties of Medium Glass Jars with cover
2 Varies of Wide Glass Jars with cover
1 Chrome Square Jar
Set of Pearls
Packs of Crystal Gems
Bouquet of Artificial Flowers in Vintage Look, use white and peach colors


Get this Look:


  1. Have a dark base to ensure that your light colored materials will showcase its beauty
  2. Have all your Glass Jars filled a pack of Peach colored artificial flowers, cover and wrap a pearl necklace on its lid forming like an infinity symbol or number eight.
  3. Place a bouquet of Artificial White Flowers on your Chrome Square Jars.
  4. For your First Set. Use 2 Acrylic Riser on top of each Large Glass Jars with Cover. Place this near the wall.
  5. For the Second Set. Place a Medium Glass Jars in front of the first set with a gap between them and slightly on the side.
  6. For the Third Set. Place Wide Glass Jar in angular form, this will somehow occupy some space between the first set and second set's gap. Place this on the side, making the second set to be in the middle of First and Third Set.
  7. For the Chrome Vase, Fill it will white artificial roses. Place it beside the First set, wherein it will look like its between the first set's glass jars.
  8. Lastly, Have a crystal gems surround it.  This will match your glass jars and chrome vase and will soften the look of your base.
Wasn't it so easy to do? Like what I've set before it's all about adding dimensions. Take  note recycling some of your stuff can bring a long way (Check: Succulents). You'll never know when your creative juices will come out. This is our last collaboration with Joan Gay Fuentes and Home and Pantry of this month of August. Catch her once again for another easy DIY Wednesdays with her in the coming months.


                                                                                                  Joan Gay Fuentes is a Cebu Based Florist and Decorator. She is currently working at Home and Pantry. Follow her in her Instagram account. 

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