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Thinking about Spring decorating?

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Thinking about Spring decorating?

A few pots can go along way Dress up a corner Growing Tips Special Days in April and Early May Thinking About Decorating? This week I really had to start thinking about our spring decorating. The warmer weather and longer days gave me the impetus to bring out the ideas and samples that I’d collected - from pastel paint colours, floral accents, and some wallpaper offcuts.  Not forgetting of course that a few pots can go a long way to get that Spring feeling both indoors and out.  My favourite quote from the home decorators and designers in the magazines...

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Boho Vintage and more ...

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Boho Vintage and more ...

What’s Boho Vintage? Boho Vintage = Bohemian Style Growing Vegetables in Pots April Birthday Ideas for him and for her Celebratory Days Boho Vintage = Bohemian Style While I found no rules when researching the meaning of Bohemian (Boho) decorating, it seems that warm colours are common, as are metallics and jewel tones. The designers suggest accessorising with purple, ginger, auburn and teal blue, and say, “combining and layering colours is what makes this style unique”. While this mixing and matching of colours seems to be the key to Boho, white is used as background for these gorgeous tones. Natural...

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Just Fabulous!

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Just Fabulous!

Fabulous for Mother’s Day! Excited for Ferntastic! Talking of Ferns Mother’s Day Other Celebratory Days in March  Excited for Ferntastic! Over the moon this week, as our Palm Leaf Pot, via Amazon Handmade, appeared in The Sun’s magazine – Fabulous. The article is entitled, FERNTASTIC: turn over a new leaf and embrace the growing botanical trend. One of the UK’s most read women’s magazines, Fabulous, prides itself on “sharp and sassy copy” featuring celebrity interviews, fashion, beauty and interiors. Needless to say, we have a whole range of botanical home décor products! Talking of Ferns Considered an easy to grow,...

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Pieces with Purpose and Plants that Last

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Pieces with Purpose and Plants that Last

Pieces with Purpose and Plants that Last De-cluttering Home Décor Items Plants that Last Celebratory Days De-cluttering Home Décor Items I’ve been spring cleaning and decided to de-clutter my home decor items that were “squirelled” away in a cupboard and really needed to be sorted out. Firstly, I decided that it boiled down to two things: those that I use all the time - a group of timeless, essential pieces. those that stay in the back of the cupboard - “unusual” décor trends/colours bought or given as gifts to me over the years. Secondly, I decreased the decor clutter by...

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Black Magic & Under the Sea

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Black Magic & Under the Sea

Black Magic Under the Sea Dramatic, but Magical Decorate with March’s Birthstone: Aquamarine Natural Air Freshener Celebratory Days Dramatic, but Magical  The Home Décor designers are writing about “lashings of decadence and drama” this week. The Creative Director at Dulux explained that, “Something magical happens when you paint walls black.  The delicious contrast between lighter objects against a dark background emphasises unique qualities in materials and the finer details you might have missed in a light-filled colourful space. And even if you’re not ready for floor-to-ceiling black, small dabs can add definition.” Paint expert Annie Sloan explains: “It’s not true that...

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