Spring showers bring fresh flowers, only for them to die a few months later. If you’re planning on adding some floral decor to your home this season, can we tempt you to consider dried flowers? Watching your favorite blooms slowly wither away is arguably the worst part about decorating with live plants.
“Dried flowers were really trendy back in the ’80s and then they dipped in the ’90s,” says Megan Callahan, brand manager of Afloral. For a long time these arrangements had a distinctly dated vibe.“A couple of years ago, the boho style was really coming back into trend, and that definitely has more of a wild, organic, whimsical look to it,” Callahan explains.