The key to this rustic aesthetic is not overplanting the container. Give the flowers space to breathe. This rusty metal bucket—a flea market find—is studded with periwinkles, Rieger begonias, coleus, and other annuals but not overcrowded, which can keep the plants from getting adequate light. Suspending the arrangement on a branch adds to the casual, easy-does-it charm.
delusions of grandeur: Flea Market Finds pour La Semaine Quarante-Neuf
"Flower Power and the Teal Sofa..." by kimberlyd-2 ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring interior, interiors, interior design, home, home decor, interior decorating, Courtside Market, Pier 1 Imports, Pottery Barn and Graham & Brown
SHISEIDO ZEN WHITE HEAT is an icy refreshment full of dynamic and powerful essence. High tones are announced by fresh and aromatic combination of mint and green apple, with sparkling accords of lime and hassaku fruit. At the very core of this fragrance you will find flowers of rhododendron, kardamon and juniper. The base reveals bitter-fresh traces of green ginger, musk, sandalwood and salvia. Arrives on the market in January 2011. Olfactory Group: Woody Aromatic