10 Pretty, Easy-to-Do Flower Arrangements

From roses to ranunculus, just looking at these blooms is sure to bring on a moment of relaxation. Here are 10 ideas for an artful and easy-to-do arrangement for any room.

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1. Tulips and Pear Blossom Branches
An asymmetrical arrangement of tulips and pear blossoms appoint the mantle in the living room of a Park Avenue apartment. Designer Royce Pinkwater painted the walls Farrow & Ball's Cornforth White, a soft gray with a blue undertone. The 1970s mirror is by Neal Small.

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2. Roses in Bud Vases
Roses placed in bud vases adorn an antique English mahogany table in this Newport Beach, California, house. TIP: Breaking up a bouquet like this is an affordable way to make a big impact. Designers Katie and Jason Maine covered the walls in Iksel decorative wall panels. Reproduction chinoiserie chairs are from Brenda Antin.

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3. Orchids
Orchids are displayed in a blue vase in the dressing room of this Beverly Hills house by designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard. The chandelier is a 19th-century French antique.

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4. Peonies and Cockscomb
In the library of this Miles Redd-designed New York apartment, peonies and cockscomb sit on a coffee table inlaid with ebony, ivory, and tortoiseshell. A carved-bone lobster adds a touch of whimsy.

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5. Lilies
Propped on a pile of books, a lily bouquet sits on the side table in the dressing room of a California home by designer Myra Hoefer. The Syrie Maugham-style lamp is from Drum & Company.

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6. Hydrangeas
In bright pink, hydrangeas add a burst of color to a shades-of-white dining room in an Alabama home by Tracery Interiors. The beaded-crystal chandelier is antique. The walls are painted China White by Benjamin Moore.

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7. Ranunculus
Filling a vase with a large amount of one type of flower always looks polished and pretty. A blue-and-white vase overflowing with ranunculus sits on the desk in the master dressing room of designer Meg Braff's Newport summer house. Vase from Franklin & Company.

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8. Roses
A small bouquet of bright roses adds a pop of color to this all-white bedroom in designer Chris Barrett's California bungalow. A vintage Lane nightstand on a Moroccan rug from Anthropologie flanks a Barrett-designed headboard in white denim.

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9. Alliums
Placed in a clear glass vase, alliums accentuate the blue in this Robert Couturier-designed living room in a vacation house in Florida. Pillows by J.F. Lesage.

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10. Tree Peonies
In the living room of a New York apartment, an arrangement of tree peonies and the smallest of accessories add to home's fuchsia-and-turquoise color scheme. Designer Fawn Galli says her client "wanted something fairy-tale dreamy to the point of other-worldly." River Stone cocktail table from Phillips Collection.

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