With that being said, I've never owned a Tillandsia, aka, air plant. Until now. Apparently they've become the new trend in the decorating world. I mostly see them in modern spaces, which clearly I do not have, but I think they work just as well with a range of styles.
My sister got me mine for Christmas.
She said when she bought it, it had, what she thought was, a pink flower on it. But as the days went on, it kept growing and opening, and eventually turned into a purple flower. When she gave it to me, the flower was still on it, but it was dried. It was mostly a brownish-grey, but the tips were bright purple. I should have taken a picture of it before it came off. Dumb. I'm crossing my fingers I can give it enough love to bloom again.
Gah, I love it.