Sunday, 1 February 2009

A Floral Flourish....




Whilst on the floral theme...

I've just come across this gorgeous pic in a file on my old computer which I'm using again as my new computer is having a 'sex in the city' moment - and has completely blown up on me....

Again, this one is from a very, very old issue of Inside Out - I just love the strong array of colours used here. They make for a very bright and delightful table setting.


11 comments:

gina said...

Very Pretty. love the colors

magikquilter said...

I remember that one...and i adore ranunculus...they look like paper flowers...exquisite

Amanda said...

The colours are beautiful. We're so lucky to live in such a wonderful country, we have access to so much beauty.

LexyB said...

Loving those colours ...

lily-g said...

What a stunning arrangement, just love the colour combo, and the tea-lights just set it off, a beautiful photo to start the week x

Dani @ Berry and Mousse Creative said...

What I love most about this flower is it can make a table instantly..... and works well with almost any other colour.... particularly wood......I have a tree outside my apartment, I have to remember to enjoy it each day while it is in bloom.

Angela Henrie said...

Shannon, thanks again for reminding me of the beauty of bougainvillea. I have had it in a vase since your post. What's so wonderful, I think, is that when my rose bushes aren't in bloom, I always have the bougainvillea to fill the house. I LOVE it!

Porchlight Interiors said...

So pretty! Congrats on your article in Inside Out - gorgeous pics! Tracey xx

freefalling said...

I've spied you in Inside Out!!
Are ya gunna show us the photos??

Melissa said...

Gorgeous colours - love the arrangement!

clare Carter said...

Your home looks wonderful in Inside Out!! I was so thrilled to see it as I have wondered how you lived up there(I loved what you did with Watsons Bay).Bangalow is a favourite for us whenever we come up as its so close to Mum in Mullumbimby.We talk about moving up there all the time Its a very special part of the world.My boys would be happier running around up there than in the city without a doubt : )