This summer, I was convinced I wanted to be a gardner. I did it too. I grew kale, arugula, lettuces, strawberries, peas and beans. I thoroughly enjoyed picking my bounty and whipping up healthy dinners. Now that the weather has turned, I still want that green around me. I am just loving plants in every room of the house. Doesn’t a punch of green instantly change the feel or a room?
One of the most affordable ways to create fall decor is to use what we have. I have a lawn. My lawn has trees on it. Thus I have free decor right outside my doorstep. It can be as simple as putting a branch in a pretty vase or going one step further and painting or hanging the foliage you find.
I love this image I got from Bri’s instagram. Great idea and awesome expression.
How wild are these? They are Foxtail Lilies otherwise knows as desert candles. They will tower in your garden and look best in mixed beds or on the borders.
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As I previously mentioned, I have a
minor major obsession with the color yellow. It got me thinking about how a lot of my favorite flowers are also yellow. When I was little my dad used to call me his sunflower so naturally sunflowers were my favorite.
They are tall, bright and have a lot of personality.
Now one of my favorites are Craspedia. They are simple, petal-less, and long lasting.
They are fast becoming popular wedding flowers because of their modern shape and husband-friendly appeal.
What do you think about more modern flowers? Could they become as classic a wedding flower as roses or are they now “flowery” enough?
I’m a collector. I collect Revlon nail polish, greeting cards, stationary, big rings and vases. I also collect small vases. I have a collection of milk glass vases and a collection of blue glass vases I have had since I was a teenager. I love the look of lots of vases clustered together with flowers. The punch of multiple smaller vases can be just as impactful in a room as one giant vase and it is so much cheaper! Take a look at what I mean: