Central Square Florist

Central Square Florist

UNCOVERING THE BRILLIANCE OF JEWEL-TONED BLOOMS

Some of the most magnificent color schemes and hues that fill our world with fantastic warmth are found in the fall. The colors that Mother Nature uses to paint our world during this season include ruby reds, golden yellows, and amber oranges with rich brown or black undertones – better known as jewel tones. During this transitional season, bright-colored summer clothes and neon bathing suits are swapped for sapphire jeans and emerald jackets. The lively green leaves we admired on trees begin to take on these warm jewel tones, and as a result, we admire iconic fall foliage. The spectrum of jewel tones provides us with a welcoming, rich, and regal comfort as we enter into the cooler months and, eventually, the coldest time of the year. Here at Central Square Florist, the best flower shop in Boston, MA, we celebrate this. Learn why jewel-tone flowers are sensational! Discover how they are full of magic and inspiration, just like “spooky season.” Explore with us.

What Are Jewel-Toned Flowers?

Flowers that are considered “jewel-toned” offer a rich, vibrant, and regal nature to their appearance. Jewel tones themselves are defined as hues that mirror precious gems, like rubies, emeralds, sapphires, amethyst, etc. You may think of blooms like red Asiatic lilies, yellow sunflowers, green eucalyptus, orange dahlias, bronze chrysanthemums, blue iris, and purple calla lilies. Jewel tones offer drama, moodiness, and decadence, typically grounded with a hint of black to create that deep, bold, rich hue.

Why Jewel Tones are Perfect for Fall Centerpieces

These gem-inspired colors are warm and rich, mimicking the natural tones of Mother Nature in autumn, as well as offering that cozy feeling of sitting near a crackling fireplace with a soft blanket and hot beverage. Deep yet colorful shades of sapphire, ruby, emerald, amethyst, gold, and more, are ideal for Thanksgiving centerpieces or fall floral arrangements to display around your home. Jewel-toned flowers offer the perfect balance of color, texture, and excitement without being too bright, overwhelming, or clashing with other fall decor.

Where Else Can You Display Jewel-Toned Blooms

In addition to adding a regal “pop” of color to your Thanksgiving table, jewel-tone flowers and arrangements also have their rightful place in many other areas of your home. A striking jewel-toned floral arrangement on the coffee table in your living room will make the space look like a million bucks. A lovely collection of rich red, purple, orange, and green blooms is a fantastic addition to your home office or desk to provide deep inspiration.

Warm & Cool Jewel Tones

While we explore the majestic wonder of jewel tones, we would be doing ourselves an injustice if we didn’t dive into complementary jewel tones. Do you enjoy the look of contrasting hues in your floral arrangements, or do you gravitate towards either warm or cool tones? Cool jewel tones include emerald, sapphire, and amethyst, while ruby, citrine, and topaz are considered warm jewel tones. When searching for complementary jewel-tone flowers, consider blue iris and orange dahlias, green eucalyptus and red roses, purple calla lilies, and yellow sunflowers.

Our Favorite Fall Flowers for Jewel-Tone Centerpieces

There is no doubt that bringing any mix of fall flowers into your space will lift your mood. Still, we adore certain seasonal stems, such as chrysanthemums, dahlias, sunflowers, calla lilies, berries, blue thistle, lilies, and roses. These classic autumn staples are iconic and vibrant, bloom in various hues, and mesh seamlessly into the season’s jewel-tone bouquets and arrangements.

Fall’s jewel-toned flowers exude brilliance. Their regalness and vibrancy add dimension, texture, and a fantastic dose of nature to our homes, offices, and dinner tables. Whether you are shopping for loved ones, family, friends, or your own Thanksgiving table, be sure to browse Central Square Florist’s collection of autumn arrangements.

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