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New Blooms at West Elm Flower Shop

 

West Elm welcomes spring with seven new paper hand-folded blossoms to their in-store flower shop this season. Choose tulips, quince, cosmos, rose, dogwood, snow drops, paperwhites, hellebore and even one in a print design by Sarah Campbell. They also have some lovely new vases to hold these lovelies —from a ceramic woven series to their latest collaboration with dbO Home, whom they worked with Dana Brandwein featuring delicate vases imprinted with patterns taken from cactus plants. Incidentally, West Elm stores will host a number of community-driven events this year with a continued focus on DIY and handcrafted items. The first event is entitled “Spring Social” and is happening next Wednesday, February 6 from 6-8pm at various locations around the U.S. and Canada. Click here for more information.

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  • Red Rose 1 of 5
    Red Rose
    No worrying about these wilting. These pretties will last forever.
    Click here for more info., $36 (Set of 12)
  • Seven Varieties 2 of 5
    Seven Varieties
    Just a sample of some of the seven different varieties.
    Click here for more info. From $10 - $49)
  • Ceramic Woven Vases 3 of 5
    Ceramic Woven Vases
    Add tons of texture to shelves and tabletops.
    Click here for more info. $19.00 $59.00.
  • Wire Vases 4 of 5
    Wire Vases
    These simple geometric forms are perfect for holding paper flowers.
    Not shown online.
  • Dana Brandwein 5 of 5
    Dana Brandwein
    A delicate design made by Dana Brandwein.
    Click here for more info. $8.00 $39.00.

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Jan is the co-founder of Poppytalk, a blog about the beautiful, the decayed and the handmade and Poppytalk Handmade, an online curated marketplace. Follow her on Twitter , Facebook and Pinterest!

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