Asian Ikebana Arrangements
ASian ikebana mostly uses tropical flowers with strong characters and you can see how that is put into use in these flower arrangements.
Two black vases arranged in a way that looked like they are dependent to each other. Decorated with bulrush and purple hydrangeas.
An arrangement of calatheas in a low wide container.
A very beautiful ikebana arrangement showing the beautiful curves of the plant.
A unique container with open ends, allowing the flowers seem to connect to each other.
Same concept as the previous arrangement, but this time, the flowers are independent on their own. Flowers used are white cymbidiums and draceana leaves.
This piece involves two arrangements, one bigger than the other. The key point is how to make them look as one arrangement. Flowers used are hypericum berries, anthurium, Golden Ramsey, Bird Of Paradise and chrysanthemums.
This stunning arrangement is like a mini tree. The tree's main stem is made of dried colored twigs and the leaves are made of purple dendrobium orchids and red arachnid orchids.
A simple arrangement with just a lime branch, red gerbera and baby's breath but the result is amazing.
This one is just as interesting. Look at the curves of the foliage. Although they spread out to many directions, but the cymbidium orchids bring them down.
A tall arrangement of white gerberras and calatheas.
Although all the materials used in this arrangement are straight in nature, look at how they are manipulated to get the beautiful curvy lines.
Sometimes less is enough. This arrangement of agapanthus and yellow gerberas proves it.
Sunflowers are used in this arrangement. Because the container is quite big and looks very solid, the designer needs a 'bold' flower to go with it. I think that's why she chooses sunflowers.
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