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For Heather Clawson, fresh flowers are a must have--especially pink peonies! We could not agree more and we have asked fantastic San Francisco based floral genius Erin Rosenow to pitch in her two cents about what makes a great, simple, arrangement that still packs a mighty punch. We love Erin’s simple sophistication and adore her signature vibrant style. Here’s how you, too, can create tiny bouquets that are effortlessly chic and oh so pretty.

erin says:

The best way to make a short arrangement of all the same flower is to make a bouquet in your hand first. Play around with the shape until you arrive at something that pleases you. Then measure the bouquet against the vase to see where to trim the excess stems. Be sure that there are no leaves in the water. (This simple precaution will make your flowers last longer and look even better.) Think about adding a collar of leaves around the base for extra flair! rosenow floral design1251 45th avenue, san francisco, ca. 94122

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fellow* magazine september 2008  

design and style for anyone seeking a life well-lived

fellow* magazine september 2008  

design and style for anyone seeking a life well-lived

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