Dreamy, fluffy pampas grass deserves a spot in your home. Here are our favorite pampas grass decor ideas that'll elevate your space.
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Boho home decor is still on the rise. Arched wicker bookshelves, eclectic rugs and oversized houseplants are staples of this decorating style. And at the heart of it all? Pampas grass. Here are a few of our favorite pampas grass decor ideas that add a touch of boho to any space.
What Is Pampas Grass?
Native to South America, pampas grass is a tall, fluffy plant that thrives in warmer temperatures. It comes in a variety of colors, and can grow up to 10 feet high and wide. Plants take up to three years to bloom and create those soft, Instagram-worthy plumes.
For interior decorating purposes, we recommend using dried or faux pampas grass. Stems are widely available online or at craft stores. (Here’s how to find the best grocery store flowers.)
Pampas Grass Decor Ideas
Pampas grass is so versatile and looks stylish in a variety of rooms. Here are three easy ways to decorate with pampas grass and bring this dreamy trend into your home.
Pampas Grass Bouquet
Bouquets are one of the most popular pampas grass decor ideas. Pampas grass looks stunning on its own, but you can also find it in an arranged bouquet—peeking above a mix of other dried flowers like eucalyptus, fuzzy bunny tails and palms. Some even have pops of color like greens, oranges and pinks.
No matter which style you choose, place your bouquet inside a funky colored plant pot or a clear glass vase. (Learn more about the best vase shapes for your flower arrangement.)
There’s nothing more welcoming than a pampas grass wreath. Whether you’re looking for a traditional all-pampas wreath or a sophisticated hanger adorned with beads, ribbon and other dried flowers, we’ve pulled a variety of pretty options.
Add one to your front door for a classic look. Or, get creative and hang any of these wreaths in an unconventional place, like above a bed in the master bedroom or in your little one’s nursery.
Here’s a pampas grass decor item that’s sure to impress: a pampas grass cloud! These pampas “chandeliers” float above the room, similar to a cloud.
Commonly found hanging above dining room tables and in cozy bedroom nooks, these arrangements know how to make a statement. (That’s why you can find them as wedding centerpieces, too!) Just attach to the ceiling with twine to transform any room into a dreamy oasis. (Psst! To make your flower arrangements look more professional, try this viral tape trick.)
Billed as a "floral arranging experience," Bouquet Box is no ordinary flower subscription. Sure, the blooms that arrive are undeniably beautiful, but what makes it a masterpiece is that you get to arrange it yourself! Don't let that scare you, Bouquet Box includes all the bells and whistles needed to create a luxe DIY floral arrangement (think a grid vase for easy arranging, shears, a stem stripper, ruler, step-by-step instructions and of course, farm fresh flowers). Choose your desired bouquet size and delivery frequency. We tried it, and we're obsessed!
Want flowers that go beyond basic? Try the Urban Stems flower subscription service. First, choose whether you prefer seasonal arrangements, classic blooms or luxe stems. Then select your frequency: weekly, bi-weekly or monthly. We love that you can pause this subscription at any time while enjoying free shipping on every order. And, with your first shipment, Urban Stems sends a vase that you can refill time and time again. This service makes a great retirement gift or care package.
Want flowers from sustainable farms delivered to your door? Try BloomsyBox. This flower company ships bouquets right to you. Pick from classic arrangements, larger bouquets or collections of just roses in monthly, weekly or bi-weekly deliveries. You can also opt for pet-safe blooms and bouquets inspired by the New York Botanical Garden. Show them off in one of these unique vases. Or, for a farmhouse vibe, consider a mason jar flower arrangement.
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Whether you're gifting a flower subscription to a friend or treating yourself, Pomp Flowers is your go-to for large, beautiful bouquets. We love that you get to choose between a rose bouquet or mixed blooms, and you can customize the subscription frequency. They make it extra special when gifting to a loved one by including your custom message, too.
Taste of Home's Senior Shopping Editor, Katie Bandurski, tried Pomp Flowers and shares: "My bouquet was delivered in the middle of a Wisconsin snow storm—and it still arrived in perfect condition," says Katie. "Pomp's impressive packaging protected every single bloom. Plus, the bouquet was massive! I enjoyed it for well over a week."
One of the internet's go-to flower shops now offers subscriptions. You can sign yourself (or a loved one) up for monthly bouquet deliveries from the Bouqs Co. The company offers a selection of bouquet options each month, including seasonal blooms. All you have to do is choose between original (10-16 stems), deluxe (20-32 stems) and grand (30-45 stems). Besides being pretty, there's a scientific reason why flowers boost your mood.
Harry & David
This exciting Harry & David bulb of the month club subscription is a fun take on traditional flower subscription models. Instead of pre-cut bouquets, recipients are loaded with regular deliveries of high-quality bulbs they can plant in their own gardens. Enjoy Amaryllis, tulips, daffodils, lilies and more. Choose from three, six or 12-month subscriptions. Then, set up a food of the month club, too!
A perennial favorite, 1-800-Flowers offers a flower subscription service with multiple levels and options. The Fresh Market Bouquet, for example, can be delivered as often as weekly, every other week, monthly, every six weeks or every other month. You can also choose from the type of bouquets to be delivered and whether or not to send a vase. (Speaking of vases, do you know the best vase shape for your flowers?) Prices start well below $40, which makes this one of the best budget-friendly options.
If cut flowers aren't your thing, but you love to have a little green in your home—besides your herb garden—try a houseplant subscription box from Horti. This company delivers houseplants right to your door as either a subscription or one-time orders. It's truly customizable, from choosing the subscription length (six months, 12 months or month to month), plant specifications (like beginner- or pet-friendly), right down to the color of the pot. A lush houseplant jungle, awaits!
Looking for the convenience of grocery store flowers and the one-of-a-kind beauty of artist-designed bouquets? Try Enjoy Flowers. Their Garden Collection subscription features 30-35 farm-fresh seasonal flowers delivered right to your door every month. Each month offers a new surprise bouquet designed by artists. Best of all: The blooms are guaranteed to last a week or more so you can enjoy your flowers for longer. Discover the meanings of each flower so that you can find the perfect bouquet.
This one's for the rose aficionados. Global Rose offers a VIP rose club that delivers top-grade roses year-round. Whether you prefer red, white, pink, orange or yellow roses (or a mix of them all), you choose the type and quantity of roses you want and when. You can even have them delivered weekly if you're feeling fancy.
This direct-to-you brand offers single-flower bouquets that accent minimalist homes and decor better than most others. They're so chic and uniform it almost makes it seem like you have your own garden to cut from. Flowerbx is the ideal subscription for those committed to a single favorite bloom, and offers a range of options from roses to peonies and orchids. Display them in the chic Amaranth vase for easy watering.
Christina is a Social Media Editor for Taste of Home. She enjoys trying out local restaurants and coffeehouses and adding copious amounts of garlic and cheese to any recipe she can get her hands on. In her free time, you can find her hunting down one-of-a-kind furniture pieces at thrift and vintage stores and DIYing trendy home decor crafts.