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5 Easy Floral Ideas To Decorate Your Home for CNY

Posted on January 21 2020

Add a touch of florals around your home in time for Chinese New Year, whether it’s a table centerpiece, a gorgeous backdrop for your family pictures or even as cute accents on your sofa.

 

Festive Wreath

Get a super modern and trendy pussy willow wreath from Urban Li’l, which can be personalised with your surname.

 

Move over, Christmas wreaths. We love the gorgeous fú 福 (fortune) and chūn 春 (spring) wreaths from Urban Li’l available at Motherswork’s store at Great World City. The striking fuschia and calming white of the pussy willows around the Mandarin words lend it a very modern and elegant touch - surely a showstopper in your home. Better yet, you can even customize these wreaths with your surname, although this takes two to three weeks so it won’t arrive in time.

 

 

Table centrepieces

For a bright pop of colour, choose these beautiful blooms from Charlotte Puxley for a cheery centerpiece.

 

Looking for gorgeous Chinese New Year bouquets for your tables? We love these vibrant blooms from Charlotte Puxley, such as the Mandarin Marvels, the Lunar New Year Bouquet, and Citrine Picnic ($168, $110, and $88 respectively). These comprise bright jewel tones of red, orange and dark pink, beautifully arranged with seasonal flowers like gladiolus, ranunculus and fox face. In particular, the Citrine Picnic arrangement comes with a weaved basket, while the Lunar New Year bouquet is placed in a classic box bag, although you can certainly opt for a glass cylinder vase as well. The last delivery before Chinese New Year is on January 25th, Saturday.

 

Floral cushions

Infuse a dose of local-inspired prints into your home with these Batik and Peranakan cushions from Onelewo.

 

Instantly brighten up your sofa with these colourful festive cushions. If you prefer a more subdued look, try these cushions with sakura blossoms from FortyTwo. In stark contrast, go all out with these super red cushions from Ikea, and pair that with the tablecloth, and door mat if you’re so inclined. Other cute floral cushion ideas include this one from Pocketpig Diary, or for more local flair, try these Batik and Peranakan-themed cushions from Onlewo.

 

 

Giant paper flowers

While this will take some effort, the end result is a gorgeous backdrop perfect for your #OOTD all year round. Image credit: @partygraphic_

 

Don’t worry, you don’t have to do the entire wall. Just 10 flowers should be enough for a pretty floral backdrop, or you can add the paper fans for extra variety. Follow this tutorial on how to make giant roses or simply purchase them from Shopee. Otherwise, make a few (three or less), with a strong stem and put them in a large vase.

 

 

Wall art

Get ready for Spring with this super easy cherry blossom painting. Image credit: Alpha Mom

         

Quite a bit easier than making giant flowers, an alternative is to paint your own cherry blossoms. Here’s a super easy way to paint the perfect flowers: just use the bottom of a soda bottle. First draw some branches on a piece of paper, and let dry. Dunk the bottom of a soda bottle in some pink paint (you can also use varying shades of pink for more visual interest) and then print it on the paper. Easy enough for even little kids to do!

 

Additionally, you could make two more, varying the direction of the branches to create a panel of wall art.

 

Get ready for CNY: Practice your auspicious phrases, know the yusheng steps, decorate your house with these easy crafts, and shop the CNY collection!

Add a touch of florals around your home in time for Chinese New Year, whether it’s a table centerpiece, a gorgeous backdrop for your family pictures or even as cute accents on your sofa.

 

Festive Wreath

Get a super modern and trendy pussy willow wreath from Urban Li’l, which can be personalised with your surname.

 

Move over, Christmas wreaths. We love the gorgeous fú 福 (fortune) and chūn 春 (spring) wreaths from Urban Li’l available at Motherswork’s store at Great World City. The striking fuschia and calming white of the pussy willows around the Mandarin words lend it a very modern and elegant touch - surely a showstopper in your home. Better yet, you can even customize these wreaths with your surname, although this takes two to three weeks so it won’t arrive in time.

 

 

Table centrepieces

For a bright pop of colour, choose these beautiful blooms from Charlotte Puxley for a cheery centerpiece.

 

Looking for gorgeous Chinese New Year bouquets for your tables? We love these vibrant blooms from Charlotte Puxley, such as the Mandarin Marvels, the Lunar New Year Bouquet, and Citrine Picnic ($168, $110, and $88 respectively). These comprise bright jewel tones of red, orange and dark pink, beautifully arranged with seasonal flowers like gladiolus, ranunculus and fox face. In particular, the Citrine Picnic arrangement comes with a weaved basket, while the Lunar New Year bouquet is placed in a classic box bag, although you can certainly opt for a glass cylinder vase as well. The last delivery before Chinese New Year is on January 25th, Saturday.

 

Floral cushions

Infuse a dose of local-inspired prints into your home with these Batik and Peranakan cushions from Onelewo.

 

Instantly brighten up your sofa with these colourful festive cushions. If you prefer a more subdued look, try these cushions with sakura blossoms from FortyTwo. In stark contrast, go all out with these super red cushions from Ikea, and pair that with the tablecloth, and door mat if you’re so inclined. Other cute floral cushion ideas include this one from Pocketpig Diary, or for more local flair, try these Batik and Peranakan-themed cushions from Onlewo.

 

 

Giant paper flowers

While this will take some effort, the end result is a gorgeous backdrop perfect for your #OOTD all year round. Image credit: @partygraphic_

 

Don’t worry, you don’t have to do the entire wall. Just 10 flowers should be enough for a pretty floral backdrop, or you can add the paper fans for extra variety. Follow this tutorial on how to make giant roses or simply purchase them from Shopee. Otherwise, make a few (three or less), with a strong stem and put them in a large vase.

 

 

Wall art

Get ready for Spring with this super easy cherry blossom painting. Image credit: Alpha Mom

         

Quite a bit easier than making giant flowers, an alternative is to paint your own cherry blossoms. Here’s a super easy way to paint the perfect flowers: just use the bottom of a soda bottle. First draw some branches on a piece of paper, and let dry. Dunk the bottom of a soda bottle in some pink paint (you can also use varying shades of pink for more visual interest) and then print it on the paper. Easy enough for even little kids to do!

 

Additionally, you could make two more, varying the direction of the branches to create a panel of wall art.

 

Get ready for CNY: Practice your auspicious phrases, know the yusheng steps, decorate your house with these easy crafts, and shop the CNY collection!