While wandering around the local Anthropologie the other day, I came across a selection of vintage teapots - each one-of-a-kind - that they had for sale in store. I immediately picked the lovely teapot below with a flowing asymmetrical arrangement in mind. Fruit branches are always a great choice for asymmetrical designs, and the plum and crabapple berry branches that I've used in this design both fulfill their destiny of asymmetry, as well as provide a lovely contrast in color. Pink peonies and garden roses add a lush texture and huge pop of color.
Flowers: peony / garden rose / plum branches / crabapple berry branches
Begin by adding the plum branches to the teapot
Continue with the crabapple berry branches, and start to build out one side more heavily
Add the peonies
And finish with the garden roses
Styling and design by Kiana Underwood Photography by N. Underwood Vintage teapots available at select Anthropologie locations