Country Floral Arrangements

Give floral arrangements a dash of country flair with these fun and easy ideas.
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A rusty tin filled with moss and wildflowers with a heart-shaped wire handle is perfect for dangling from a cabinet knob or pull.

A rusty tin filled with moss and wildflowers with a heart-shaped wire handle is perfect for dangling from a cabinet knob or pull.

Place a potted plant amid collectibles in compartmentalized wooden trough.

Place a potted plant amid collectibles in compartmentalized wooden trough. - Garden Tips and Tricks

Fill an old galvanized watering can with bright and beautiful tulips to bring out the graphics of wall decor hung nearby.

Fill an old galvanized watering can with bright and beautiful tulips to bring out the graphics of wall decor hung nearby.

Plop a potted plant inside an enamelware coffee pot or bean pot with a wide opening. This is a great way to repurpose a pot with a missing lid. To prevent water damage, set a plastic tray inside before placing the plant inside.

Relax and enjoy country decorating ideas and inspiration in Country Sampler magazine.

Let a vintage coffee can serve as the base for some forced bulbs on the kitchen counter. Fill the tin with pebbles, add water, and set some hyacinth, tulip, daffodil or narcissus bulbs on top with their stems facing down. Pour in more water periodically, and you’ll have blooms in a month or two.

Let a vintage coffee can serve as the base for some forced bulbs on the kitchen…

Vintage milk bottles are inexpensive and fairly easy to come by at antiques shops and flea markets. Gather up a few in varying volumes to create a visually distinctive floral arrangement. Fill a wood trencher with decorative rocks, and nestle in a trio of glass bottles filled with bright-colored blooms.

Relax and enjoy country decorating ideas and inspiration in Country Sampler magazine.

Build a pretty centerpiece by arranging smaller fruits around a pineapple and tucking in sprigs of oregano for texture.

Relax and enjoy country decorating ideas and inspiration in Country Sampler magazine.

Punch holes in the top of a tobacco tin, thread a wire through to make a hanger, and use it to display dried blooms.

Punch holes in the top of a tobacco tin, thread a wire through to make a hanger, and use it to display dried blooms.

Plant herbs in tin containers mounted on a salvaged shutter or small door.

Plant herbs in tin containers mounted on a salvaged shutter or small door.

A gleaming metal teapot adds an air of formality to a loosely gathered wildflower bouquet.

A gleaming metal teapot adds an air of formality to a loosely gathered wildflower bouquet.

Soften the edges of a metal watering can by attaching sheet moss with spray adhesive. Arrange a bouquet of faux daisies and other florals inside, and add a matching bow for a cheerful display.

Relax and enjoy country decorating ideas and inspiration in Country Sampler magazine.

Dress up individual place settings—and create favors for party guests—with wire baskets holding simple bud vases. Tie a graphic ribbon onto each basket for an extra punch of pattern.

Relax and enjoy country decorating ideas and inspiration in Country Sampler magazine.

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