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Rather than simply depositing a storebought bouquet of mixed blossoms in a large vase, divide it into smaller bunches, bundling the blooms you like best.

Many experts, like Pico Soriano, a floral designer in Redwood Shores, California, recommend buying bouquets of just one type of flower. “The repetition looks chic, and it helps you appreciate the beauty of an individual flower,” he says. Scatter a similar variety of arrangements around a room, or cluster a few in one area.

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