This gorgeous bloom exudes contemporary chic no matter how it’s used…
ALL OUT ANEMONES
For a classic take on the black and white variety, we love this bouquet by David Beahm Design. The simplicity of using one bloom for the entire bouquet, mixed with the bold contrast of hues makes quite a statement. David Beahm Design, 529 West 20th Street, at 10th Ave., Suite 11 West, (212) 279-1344.
MIX IT UP
Another way to use this graphic bloom is by incorporating it with other flowers, and this bouquet of peonies, ranunculus and anemones is lush, romantic and oh so lovely. Tinsel & Twine, 68 Jay Street, Suite 429, near Front St., DUMBO, (718) 522-2701
PERFECT IN PURPLE
Not everyone knows that anemones come in more shades than black and white. Here is a bold bouquet by Lewis Miller Designs that is anything but boring. The blue and purple shades work together in both the blooms and the striped ribbon wrap. Roey Yohai captures its allure gorgeously. Lewis Miller Design, 441 E 12th Street near Avenue A, (212) 614-2734
ANEMONES TAKE CENTER STAGE
This amazing centerpiece is from the wedding of event planner Todd Fiscus. It’s modern (flanked on either side by black tapered candles in lucite holders), low (for great conversation), and lush (what else would you expect from someone in the biz?). We say: Simply stunning. Check out Todd and Ceron’s real wedding to see more of their modern details.