Since the early cultivation of roses nearly five thousand years ago, this floral has been a staple in floral arrangements, interior design, and landscaping. We use them to apologize for a bad day, as a symbol of love and appreciation, and even to add a touch of romance to a space. Often when you think of the rose, you may picture the classic bouquet of red roses on Valentine’s Day in these settings. However, roses are more versatile than you think!
About the Rose
Roses come in a variety of sizes, shapes, and colors. In fact, there are over 150 different species of roses that are grown in nearly every culture across the globe. We love its fresh fragrance, its big bright petals, and its versatility in both beauty and color. In fact, different colors of roses can even portray a variety of meanings and emotions.
- Red Roses, as many of us know, symbolize love, romance, and passion.
- Yellow Roses symbolize friendship, warmth, and joy.
- Pink Roses symbolize elegance and femininity.
- White and Ivory Roses symbolize purity, grace, and charm.
Mixing these colors can bring different feelings into your space.
Decorating with Roses
While real roses are primarily in bloom during the late spring to the early fall season, dried floral allows you to enjoy the fragrance and beauty of roses year-round. Our delicate, dried roses can be used in a variety of ways around your home.
A rose wall with these pink and red colors can invite a feminine and passionate feeling into your space! Try this bold décor on an accent wall.
For a more subtle display, shadow boxes are a creative way to display and store a dried bouquet.
Roses don’t have to be the star of the show either! Using them as an accent in a bouquet of other florals can add a touch of bright color.
Feeling inspired? Check out our collection of dried roses!