The FINTORP series was actually designed to help you organize the kitchen, but it makes a creative and beautiful way to show off your foliage. Perfect for that blank wall in your living room, as an alternative to hanging artwork.
First up is the large metal and wood piece above my fireplace. It came from Kirklands, but isn’t currently available in the lighter finish. You can repaint it though, which is what I did with mine. I get asked about the wreath a lot too. It’s a 24″ grapevine wreath that I simply wired three greenery garlands to
This fireplace celebrates the arrival of spring by filling the mantel and hearth with texture and a mix of real and faux branches and greenery. From a basket overflowing with tulips to an urn filled with pussy willow branches, to a magnolia leaf wreath to an abundance of boxwood orbs, there's no doubt what season it is in this family room.
Plants don’t just belong in pots and vases! This is a very easy tutorial that shows you how to make your very own simple foliage wreathes to hang proudly on the wall or front door. What You’ll Need An embroidery hoop (or 2) Foliage Secateurs to trim foliage Green Florist Tape Fishing line Yarn to hang Read more
Give your home a sophisticated spin this Christmas
You can’t always count on the British weather to deliver a blanket of snow on the ground and icicles hanging from the windowsills for Christmas but @sainsburys never fails to impress us with stylish home accessories to help create a cosy vibe inside. Glittering baubles, shining stars and silver reindeer – what's not to love about the new Ice Palace collection? #sponsored http://trib.al/QWyUIdb
What is my absolute favorite part of finishing up a Fixer Upper project? That’s easy—adding plants. Honestly, I could spend hours in a greenhouse asking questions, picking things out and soaking it all in. To me, plants bring a space...