I have to confess that I love almost all white flowers, to the point that even the flowers that are otherwise unloved and unglamorous look better to me when they are white. However, I do play favorites! 🙂 There are a few I love more than others, and one of them is white tulips.
It’s so charming how their flowers always seem to be reaching for more. But the thing I find most endearing is their “drooping.” I know, some see this as a flaw, but I actually think it adds to their beauty. They have a charm to them that other flowers don’t have. They’re kind of like a very attractive, well-dressed woman all of a sudden letting out a big belly laugh or a giant burp! It makes them more relatable and lovable. They’re classy, but also down to earth. It’s just a shame their season lasts only a couple of months! They’ve been plentiful at my local Trader Joe’s the last few weeks so I’ve been buying them like crazy. Because I know in no time they’ll be gone again for another year……
Breathtaking. And the chandelier just adds to the whole scene! Via Vibeke Design blog.
Simple but gorgeous. Via hviitblogg.no
Via Garden Gate magazine.
So stunning! Love the vase too!
Here I mixed white tulips with all kinds of other white flowers. From my Spring Home Tour last year.
I love the tulips mixed with the unexpected pine and greens. Beautiful winter arrangement. Via Vibeke Design blog.
Gorgeous! This pot! Via Laughing with Angels blog.
I think I’ve pinned this image about 50 times! So, so stunning! Via designer Carolyn Roehm.
A spring bouquet of white tulips in my family room.
This is so gorgeous! Love this so much!