So excited to share my newest pick from Nearly Natural! If you remember for Christmas, I shared a few items I picked out from their website to decorate for the holidays. Now that Christmas is over, and spring is quickly heading our way, I decided to look at Nearly Natural's new arrivals, and chose this beautiful 4' rose topiary tree!
It was the perfect choice with Valentine's day so close, and transitioning into spring time! I love to use soft pastels and bright colors as winter starts to come to a close. It helps get rid of those winter blues, and get me excited for the warm weather that is soon to come! Fingers crossed!
This rose topiary came in a simple plastic pot. You can order it with a decorative pot, but I really wanted to display it in one of my vintage crocks. Crocks are perfect for displaying larger plants and florals in. I had this extra one laying around, and just simply placed the rose topiary into it. I then used a chunky knit blanket I had laying around to fill the pot, and add an extra layer of cozy.
I love that this is a plant I can't kill for once!! I'm usually pro real plant, but Nearly Natural's florals and plants are so believable, that they are the only ones I will purchase faux plants from! The roses had wire in the stems so that you can bend and move the bush to your liking, just like a Christmas tree.
I couldn't decide where I wanted to display my rose topiary, so of course I styled it in two areas. First being my kitchen, next to this large vintage cabinet. And then I tried it in the living room, next to the sliding library ladder. I think my favorite location is in the kitchen though. The soft pink of the roses just looks so stunning next to my cream cabinet!
I am however already starting to transition the living room to spring decor and the rose tree looked perfect near my fresh flowers sign and floral tapestry! You can visit Nearly Natural's Instagram to see all the floral varieties they carry here!
I also added a floral tapestry to this room as well to pair nicely with my new rose topiary! I am all about blush tones for spring and wishing away these winter blues!