Flowers brighten up any room, so consider these flower arrangement ideas for your bathroom to bring a breath of fresh air into the space. Flower arrangements brighten up the bathroom especially, and the best news is that you can do this on the cheap, or even free, if you want.
The bathroom doesn't need a big, decorative, bouquet. On the contrary, simple is best, sometimes even a little flowering plant in a pretty pot will do. If you have an orchid, they thrive in the bathroom and always look perfect. Many orchid plants can be found at the local farmer's markets in all towns and cities, for about $15. With an orchid, you needn't replace it each week. It will last at least several months for the cost of a bouquet or two.
If you have any type of rose bush or rose tree nearby, one or two roses in a bud vase look lovely on the counter. You can snip a bud or two, or even cut a couple fully bloomed roses and use your favorite juice glass or colored tea candle holder, if you don't have a little bud vase.
A couple of gardenias floating in a pretty china saucer not only look sweet, but smell heavenly. Place them on the back of the toilet, or on the counter, next to the sink. Other little flowers around the neighborhood also look lovely in small vases or floating in a saucer, like impatiens and violets. Tulips look gorgeous in a glass bowl (another option without a small vase), or can be placed in coffee mugs!
Bulbs look gorgeous in a bathroom. Arrange Narcissus or Sweat Pea bulbs, and watch them flourish and grow from bulb to flower. Bulbs can be placed in any glass bowl or vase, using stones gathered from outside your home, as anchors. What's so lovely about bulbs is that they're constantly changing, and because we spend so much time in the bathroom, it's nice to see the change from day to day, even morning to night.