Using white as part of your decorating scheme no longer needs to have a stigma revolving around Labor Day. In days gone by, this was the cut-off for wearing or decorating with white at all. White was used in the summer due to the heat, and starting with Labor Day, white had to move over for the burnt oranges, forest greens and chocolates of fall. Now that we have climate-controlled homes, and fall or winter textures can come in any shade, white can be a staple in any season. Gordon Boswell encourages you to experiment with white this fall and see what sort of delightful looks you discover.
Enjoy a peaceful change of seasons by including this Bamboo Serenity in any room or office space to create calm and balance. A snow-white stargazer lily is joined with dendrobium orchids in an authentic bamboo dish for an eye-catching twist on decor.
Give yourself permission to break the rules that don’t really apply anymore anyhow and try something new. Use white flowers along with linens, throws, and place settings to create a striking scene any time of year. The floral designers at Gordon Boswell have plenty of tips and ideas for including all-white floral arrangements to add texture and clean lines to your decor.