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Send Flowers in the Color of the Year: Marsala

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The Pantone Color Institute has been the expert in color strategy for quite some time now. The strategy behind color can be important for everything, from designing an advertisement to interior home design. The color experts at the institute believe that choosing the right color can impact a person’s experience in a given space. The one in a room, for instance, can affect an individual’s mood.

The Pantone color of the year for 2015 is marsala, a deep red wine color. It’s naturally robust and earthy, and is associated with the enrichment of an individual’s mind, body and soul.

Decorate your home with Pantone’s color of the year this holiday season. Here are three marsala flowers for you to choose from:

1. Roses
Roses have often been known as a flower to symbolize love. Their red color expresses romantic and enduring passion while still maintaining a level of respect and creativity in the spirit of love. The classic, red rose has become the lover’s flower. Choose from the “Thoughts of You” bouquet or the “Glow of Gratitude” centerpiece if you’re looking to feature red roses anywhere around the house. If you want fresh flowers around your home, try putting a bouquet on an end table or in a bathroom, and place the centerpiece right on the dinner table.

2. Carnations
Carnations become more popular around the holiday season due to their availability in the color red, but carnations are beautiful options any time of the year. Carnations are considered one of the more traditional flowers, since they have a history that stretches back over 2,000 years. Similar to the rose, carnations represent feelings of deep love and admiration. Check out the “Dance with Me” or “Enchanted Journey” bouquets, for starters. Both are great ways to show off a traditional flower in this year’s Pantone color.

3. Mums
Chrysanthemums have taken on a symbolism for optimism and joy. They’re the birth flower for those with birthdays in the month of November, 13th wedding anniversary flowers the the official flower of the city of Chicago. In the country of Japan, there’s a “Festival of Happiness” to celebrate this flower every year. If you’d like to use mums in a floral arrangement around the house, look into choices from Teleflora, like the “Tropical Bliss” arrangement or “Harvest Happiness” centerpiece.

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