Posts Tagged ‘Spring’
I love flowers and foliage everywhere, so I thought I would share with you my 4 tips for flower arranging. But remember, flowers and foliage are to be enjoyed and bring happiness not create stress, so be creative and don’t worry about rules – rules are made to be broken aren’t they?
He is such a handsome chap this zebra vase, that he doesn’t even need flowers to make a statement, but he certainly creates real wow factor when filled with floral loveliness. To give you some tips for flower arranging, we have styled him in 3 different ways, ranging from super easy to pro, so you can see how different he looks.
With spring looming on the horizon and the hope of longer days and more light, it’s time to talk about gardens and think about ways to create your dream garden. With these 5 garden design ideas to steal you will be able to get lots of ideas to help you create your own bit of urban paradise.
Redesigning your garden is a big task and there are some crucial elements that must be considered, for a little help read my 6 tips when redesigning your garden.
‘Modern Gardens’ is a new gardening magazine to hit the stands and I love it, it’s full of inspirational design and style ideas for creating an interesting outdoor room without being overly horticultural.
We’re back with another Urban Jungle blog post and this month the topic is, “Show your Gang.” Where to start! My plants move around on a weekly basis, on a whim, as I like to see different vignettes and let them make new friends haha. Take a look at how I’ve styled mine.
In honour of spring I re-styled the black shelves in my hallway recently. I came up with several variations and I would love to know which you prefer.
Are your plants looking sad? Does your garden lack the wow factor? This is because of 5 common mistakes, but don’t fear, they can be easily rectified!
Hanging planters are a big trend right now and I did google macramé but it looked like some form of slow torture, involving a lot of fiddly knots, (no, not Fifty shades of Grey) so decided to give that a miss and think of other ways around hanging my lovely greenery, and my goodness was it easy to do, no Girl Guide knots for me!
I really love this rustic round plant pot and I couldn’t resist having a play about filling it in different ways. Find out how we’ve styled ours in three different ways using a combination of plants, flowers and artificial flowers.
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