Celebrate the joys of autumn with your home decor this season and prepare your household to settle in for winter. The design experts at Trias Flowers have some great tips on how to ready your home for fall.
Add color. Mustard yellow, rust orange, spicy plum and sage green mixed with neutrals like cream, tan and gray create a natural, rustic feel to any setting.
Add texture. Use natural elements like burlap, tree bark, pine cones, acorns and nuts to accent your decor.
Add fragrance. Let the fresh, invigorating essence of fall infuse your home with scents of sandlewood, maple, pumpkin or cinnamon. The refreshing atmosphere you create will set the tone for a joyful season. Read More about Fall’s Myriad Textures »
Posted by triasflowers on October 21, 2018
| Last Updated: October 12, 2020
With Halloween approaching, it’s time to start thinking about how you’ll decorate for this ghoulish holiday. Hosting a costume party or decorating your desk at work can be a lot of fun. With so many options, consider having a spooky floral display at the center of your table or on your office desk this holiday. The floral designers at Trias Flowers have unleashed their creativity this season with some incredible pieces for Halloween. Read More about Flowers That Set A Haunting Halloween Scene »
This month we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, a month-long celebration of the enduring contributions of Latinos to our country that runs from September 15 to October 15. This is an opportunity to pay tribute to the many generations of Hispanic Americans who have positively influenced our nation and society. We share dynamic U.S. Latino stories that shape our national experience and identity. This celebration empowers a greater understanding and deeper appreciation for the enduring contributions of Latinos to our country. At Trias Flowers, we are proud to present gorgeous floral arrangements full of flowers from Hispanic America in honor of our rich culture and heritage. Read More about Latin American Culture Is Celebrated This Fall »
Posted by triasflowers on October 1, 2018
| Last Updated: October 12, 2020
A gorgeous display of seasonal flowers is one of the best ways to encourage love and romance. When you make sure those flowers are a cut above the typical floral arrangement, you’re bound to make your affections clear. For bold, deep feelings only the bright richness of autumn jewel-toned flowers will do. The floral designers at Trias Flowers have created some extraordinary pieces to help you express your deepest love and admiration to that special someone. Read More about Show Your Love With Jewel-Toned Flowers »
Posted by triasflowers on September 23, 2018
A fabulous way to welcome fall and usher in the spirit of the season is with a dinner party that includes plenty of seasonal offerings. From the food to the decor, bring fall into focus for your guests with recipes containing edible flowers and gorgeous fall floral arrangements as centerpieces. Trias Flowers suggests some of our favorite designs and recipes to make your next dinner party a hit. Read More about Get In the Spirit Of The Season With Edible Flowers! »
Giving flowers can often be symbolic of your deeper feelings for a person or about a situation. Choose flowers that have special meaning, or in colors that represent specific emotions. White roses, for instance, have historically represented innocence and purity, but they can also signify new beginnings. Share white roses at the beginning of a new relationship to usher in hopeful feelings for the future. The floral designers at Trias Flowers have created some amazing pieces with white roses for you to share with your new love. Read More about Symbolically Powerful Flowers »
As September approaches, and we begin to prepare for fall holidays, be sure to add Grandparents Day to your calendar. Observed on the first Sunday after Labor Day, this special occasion has taken on great meaning for many families since its advent in the 1970s. It was begun for several purposes: to honor grandparents, to recognize the guidance and wisdom older people can share with children, and to provide an opportunity for grandparents to show love to their children’s children. One original tradition from this day was the giving of Forget-Me-Nots. Trias Flowers recommends updating this trend to include flowers that reflect special meaning to your grandparents or within your family. Read More about Honoring Our Beloved Elders Through Flowers »
Tradition has long held to the notion that wearing white or using it to decorate after Labor Day was a faux-pas. However, in recent years it has become even more trendy to ignore that rule and find ways to incorporate white deliberately. Whether you choose a white wool sweater, or heavy white drapes for your living room, white is here to stay, all year long. For a contemporary look that follows this newer fashion rule, try incorporating white in unexpected places throughout your home. All-white throw pillows, table linens or floral arrangements are a great way to add a modern look to your space. Trias Flowers encourages you to experiment with your creativity and enjoy the results. Read More about Beautiful White Flowers, No Matter The Season »
A healthy, natural garden is a thriving eco-system all its own. Flowers bloom, produce ripens and bees buzz all around, indicating a strong environment. Bees, specifically, are an indication that you’re doing much to keep your growing space toxin-free, hydrated and balanced. By providing bee-friendly flowers like hydrangea, sunflowers, roses and lavender, you allow these creatures that have been subjected to damaging environmental changes to grow and work again. Trias Flowers & Gifts recommends creating a pesticide-free space, shaded shelter and a bit of fresh water for bees to encourage healthy growth in your naturally beautiful garden. Read More about Bee-Friendly Summer Flowers »
Decorating your home can be a lot of fun when you focus on each area of your home individually. While it’s good to have a continuity throughout your home, each space serves a unique purpose and can be designed to reflect that through how you choose to decorate it. Your dining room, for instance, can be beautifully decorated with table flowers and gorgeous artwork that enhances your dining experience every time you’re there. The floral experts at Trias Flowers & Gifts have some excellent ideas about how to include flowers on your dining room table. Read More about A Dining Room With Personality, Courtesy Of Flowers »