The Brits affectionately refer to this type as "mop head".
Hydrangea flourish on the coast. They're a familiar and frequently used theme in seaside and cottage decor. If you've ever spent a week on the Cape or Islands, just a glance at a hydrangea is likely to stir up happy memories.
But sophisticated is not the first thing that pops into my head.
Think hydrangea is a decorating cliché best left at Gran's beach cottage?
These examples changed my mind.
Now for something completely different.
But maybe we like that traditional beach look. Just not on the walls or curtains.
Portmeiron's Botanic Garden dinner plates set a lovely table and are far less of a commitment than wallpaper or new curtains.
What do you think? Would you do a little or a lot of hydrangea?
Have a great and safe Labor Day weekend.
Thanks for reading,