A beautiful bouquet of flowers for Mother's Day 2015. Ideas and inspirations of flowery gifts, for the pleasure of offering a moment of happiness to his mother.
This year, Mother's Day will take place on Sunday, May 31, 2015. You have no idea of a present to offer to your dear mother? Do not worry, Côté Maison has selected 16 bouquets of flowers and herbaria that will please your mother.
Mother's Day is an opportunity to put moms in the spotlight for a day and tell them how much we love them. For the occasion, Côté Maison has selected beautiful bouquets of flowers and colorful meadows that will delight the hearts of your moms ... Sunday, May 31, 2015!
Pink and purple garden dahlias in the Debeaulieu flower shop, 30 Rue Henry Monnier, 75009 Paris.
In Ancient Greece, Rhea, the goddess of motherhood, was celebrated and among the Romans the goddess Matralia was honored. Mother's Day, as it is today in America and some European countries, began with Mothering Day in England and then in the United States.
In France, it was in 1950 that a Mother's Day date was officially introduced. For the little tip memo, this celebration is always held on the last Sunday of May or the first of June. A way to not forget this event.
Discover all the good gift ideas for Mother's Day
Date of Mother's Day 2015: Sunday, May 31, 2015
Lovely flowers and critters enter the house with these still lifes composed like paintings. One of these wonderful shoppings we have the secret to give you a taste of the flowery flavors of the West when it is beautiful. - On a fabric "Angelique" Cardinal color, cotton and silk, 182 euros the m in 136 cm, Manuel Canovas, two paperweight bee and grasshopper, 9 euros and 15 euros, By the Object, a fly label, two postcards Double Rose and Insect Silhouette, a small pocket mirror and a rectangular cup grasshopper, 2,50 euros, 5 euros approx. the 10, 15 euros and 60 euros, all Astier de Villatte.
On Lake Zug in Switzerland, the garden of an old farmhouse has become the home of a flourishing family of women, Griselda and Carmen Keizer. The subtlety of roses Pierre de Ronsard.
On an acrylic "Calipso", in 138 cm, 95 euros the meter, Manuel Canovas, from left to right and from top to bottom: seeds of Mahonia; Trevira "Pavlosk" in 148 cm, 133 euros per meter, Designer's Guild, and an agapanthus; on the right of a thistle, Trevira "Lasso" in 140 cm, 93 euros per meter, Lelièvre, and an Agathea; around a blueberry, "Moody" linen in 139 cm, 93 euros per meter, Nobilis; linen "Samos" in 140 cm, 100 euros the meter, Rubelli and Solanum; cotton "Tequila" in 138 cm, 45 euros per meter, Boussac and periwinkle; around an ancolie, acrylic "Calipso" Manuel Canovas; a lark foot in a cotton "Ottoman" in 140 cm, 45 euros the meter, Weaving of Luz.
Surrounding single and double poppies, from top to bottom: "Orange" cotton chaise longue fabric in 43 cm, 15 euros per meter, Luz weaving; linen and viscose in 138 cm, 42 euros per meter, Nobilis; cotton and silk "Circus" in 142 cm, 119 euros per meter, Jim Thompson; Trevira "Ghent Orange" in 135 cm, 140 euros per meter, Pierre Frey; silk "Wild" in 135 cm, 78 euros the meter, Dominique Kieffer.
From left to right: Trevira "Energetic" in 140 cm, 50 euros per meter, Nobilis; cotton "Lilac" in 160 cm, 33 euros per meter, Weaving of Luz; polypropylene "Portreto" in 146 cm, 83 euros per meter, Osborne & Little; Trevira "Balcony Queen" in 280 cm, 205 euros per meter, and silk "Wild" in 135 cm, 78 euros per meter, Dominique Kieffer.
An armful of sweet tulips and a milk chocolate egg covered with white chocolate barrettes, table decoration by the Strasbourg chocolatier Thierry Mulhaupt.
The queen flowers of the atmosphere. Here, hyacinths, anemones, buttercups, magnolias, tulips, kittens and holly (Marianne Robic). Embroidered Vases (Aurélie Matigot for The Collection, Wallpaper (Designers Guild).
In a cotton and silk cone "Circus" in 142 cm, 119 euros per meter, Jim Thompson, from left to right: Olearia flowers, calcolar, Senecio, euryops, sentoline and Callistemon. Knotted, silk "Wild" in 135 cm, 78 euros the meter, Dominique Kieffer. In the background, cotton and linen "Patio", in 140 cm, 90 euros per meter, Kenzo House.
A large carafe, Astier de Villatte, hosts grasses, bellflowers, garlic flowers, delphiniums and blueberries. Champagne bowl, milk jug and square plate, Astier de Villatte. Fabric "La Fontaine", Braquenié. A canary appreciates the decor, Deyrolle.
In Flanders, a floral stylist and decorator happily integrated the design into the family farm. When country life and modernity go hand in hand.
On Lake Zug in Switzerland, the garden of an old farmhouse has become the home of a flourishing family of women, Griselda and Carmen Keizer. The freshness of a bouquet of wildflowers.
Top, silk "San Ginignano" in 140 cm, 223 euros the meter, Rubelli Venezia. On the left, wallpaper "Rococo", the roll of 10 m x 52 cm, 76 euros, Lorca. Below, silk "Ruggero" in 140 cm the meter, 126 euros, Rubelli. Under old notebooks, viscose and linen "Panforte", in 140 cm, 153 euros the meter, Rubelli Venezia. Above, cotton "Mimosa" in 140 cm, 106 euros per meter, Dominique Picquier. Linen link "Chic" in 145 cm, 80 euros the meter, Pierre Frey.
Fuchsia Night Garden Background, € 90 per m in 150 cm wide, Maison Georgette at Sentou, bouquet wrapped in Pink Polka Dot Tequila, € 45 m in 138 cm wide, Boussac at Pierre Frey. Pink raffia, BHV.
On a linen background "Samos" in 140 cm, 99 euros per meter, Rubelli, wallpaper "The lotus paper", the roll of 10 meters x 53 cm, 138 euros, Farrow & Ball; PES and cotton, in 140 cm, 50 euros the meter, Lelièvre. Roses and secateurs woman in chromed steel and ivory handle.
Classified by families of color, hydrangeas, agapanthus, blueberries, thistles ... mingle with printed fabrics for deco botanical boards. Nice collection idea to keep with you a piece of summer and holiday memories. With a beautiful collection of Hydrangea, from top to bottom: silk "Ruggero" in 140 cm, 126 euros per meter, Rubelli Venezia; cotton "Manzi" in 137 cm, 88 euros the meter, Liberty; "Iced cotton" in 140 cm, 78 euros the meter, Dominique Kieffer.