6 Tradescantia Zebrina
This low maintenance facility is another good escape option and, according to the old farmer’s Almanac, it is better for a darker place. But make sure it’s not too dark, as Bloomscape notices that its colored stripes will disappear without enough light. Real estate property
7 citrus fruits
No, you don’t need a huge yard to grow a lemon or orange; in fact, you can grow a citrus fruit near the front door (or even inside, if you wish!). Make sure it is sunny and protected from the wind and take it indoors during the winter.
8 Boston fern
Keep the soil in these dramatic ferns moist most of the time, and thrive wherever you put them – indoors and outdoors – as long as they have enough shade, according to Costa Farms. These green plants will make a statement about the planters standing near your door or hanging near your entrance.
9 begonia wax
Another amazing flowering option? Wax begonia, which blooms in pink, red and white, is an adaptable plant that can handle the sun or partial shade – just keep it out of the sun, according to Costa Farms. Plant them in a large pot or window, and they will give your door a surprising touch of color.
If you are lucky enough to live in a warm and sunny climate, a cactus would be fantastic on your doorstep. They love the heat and don’t even need to water them too often. Make sure to place them on a planter with good drainage, as suggested by Costa Farms.
It is likely that the interior of your home is already decorated with plants that add personality to your space, but guess what: your door also deserves some love for plants. If you have a perfect shaded balcony to follow English Ivy, a sunny door that is just asking to be framed with cacti (or even some bright and bold petunias!), The right plants will add extra life to your home. before you even enter. These front door plan ideas will inspire you to update your entry as soon as possible. Real estate property
1 english ivy
If you are looking for a trawl plant to frame your front door, if you plan to hang it or let it rise from a pot or window, English ivy is a great option if you have a shaded door, according to the Almanac. of the old farmer.
2 Wooden topiary
Keep it classic with a pair of boxwood topiary. They can be short and thick or tall and pruned to be more decorative (you usually see them cut in spirals!). As a bonus, they require little maintenance and also work well in cold climates, according to Gardening’s Know How.
If your front door gets too much sun, petunias are a colorful option that allows you to decorate the driveway with flowers. Place them in a window box, drop them from a hanging flower pot, or place them in pots near your door or even to align your steps.
Umbrella tree 4
According to Bloomscape, the umbrella tree (also known as schefflera amate) prefers bright indirect light and warmer temperatures. You can prune it any way you like, but be sure to rotate it regularly as it grows in the light and take it inside when the temperature starts to drop.
5 bird of paradise
Give your entrance a tropical atmosphere with a bird of paradise plant. They can grow in the sun or in the shade, although if you have an orange bird of paradise, you might want to put it in the sun so that the flowers will really bloom, according to Costa Farms. If you live in a cold area in the winter, take it indoors before it gets too cold.
The wallpaper, Jaipur, by Antoinette Poisson, presents spiraling botanists from an 18th century document. “I was just burning a hole in my pocket, I was so desperate to use it,” says designer Rita Konig, who spread the pattern across the bare walls of the Notting Hill kitchen. Fashion industry owners stepped forward: “She looked a lot like ‘Oh my God, she looks like Gucci!'” Konig recalls. Real estate property
Being repeat customers, they couldn’t have been too surprised; Konig is known for its idiosyncratic and textured interiors. Here, of course, it has doubled. Calacatta Viola, a mauve veined marble, was selected for countertops and splatters.
Before hiring Konig, the owners ordered kitchen cabinets in plain English, and by sheer coincidence Konig launched a new color line under the same brand at the time. Thus, its colors of eggplant (burnt toast), marigold (nicotine), and off-white (flummeria) were used to complement the wallpaper. The result is an English tent more cozy than the kitchen, but with all the functionality of both. “It really was what I wanted,” says the designer, “a room that has the kitchen.”
In keeping with the cozy vibe, this vintage pair “keeps the room from looking like a lab.”
An invisible layer of glass under the cabinets protects the wallpaper from splatters and stains.
Osmo oil, a matte natural finish, was used on the floors to better match the island countertop.
Lots of preparation space
A counter on the Butcher Block Island, which creates continuity with the wood floor, “prevents the entire place from becoming an ice rink,” Konig says. Hardware: Simple English. Refrigerator: Sub-Zero. Tray: Rita Konig for The Lacquer Company.
3 types of storage
Deep drawers, open art shelves and easy access to coffee cups, and a delicate glass front cabinet make up the simple English kitchen.
Next to the kitchen there is a long wooden table, where the family gathers for breakfast and dinner. Pendants: Rosa Uniacke. Art, table and chairs: from the client.
3 safety pins for kitchens
On the aubergine fence? Konig reveals three unexpectedly bold options.
Layered necklace Seastone Anthropologie
Miguel Ases opalite shine earrings
The impressive cerulean, light blue and canary yellow stones make these pendant earrings a chandelier for the mother’s jewelry collection.
Jennifer Meyer’s mom necklace
No matter how old you are, she will be your mother forever – remember her with this sweet and simple golden memory. He will never take it off.
Petite Albion ring with Morganite and diamonds
Give it a classic and proven touch, in a unique and incredibly sweet tone.
Miguel Ases opalite mother of pearl necklace
If its taste is bad, this gorgeous pearl necklace makes a statement without looking rude. oo
J. Colored foral hoop earrings
Thanks to brass, epoxy stone and glass stones, these colored rings are like a jeweled garden party.
Pandora Bangle gift set
With “You are so loved” engraved on the bracelet, a bright glow of family tree is the best memory of the people you love most.
Hoop earrings with heavy “Powder” finish
These dark black circles look like the inside of a midnight geode – and they will look perfectly dramatic and flashy on your ears.
La Jolie Muse Retro Mint Choker
This fun mint necklace is subtle but elegant enough to be worn every day.
Oliviana Anthropologie Earrings
Who said that marble is the best at home? You will love wearing these simple earrings, but they make statements everywhere.
Menagerie Origami Necklaces
Fashion does not have to be serious. These fun origami-inspired earrings will add a youthful touch to mom’s outfit.
J. Crew Tassel Layered Earrings
Pair these fun earrings with jeans and a white T-shirt or wear them to spice up an LBD – they’re quirky, but surprisingly go with it all.
Anthropolgie Honora Post Earrings
If the mother is having an elegant event or an important business meeting, you can take them out of the jewelry box and instantly feel fit.
Small clock from the natural universe of Nejicommu.
In a classic nude, this minimalist wristwatch is the definition of elegant.
Precious Layered Lace Heart Necklace
Artists Tulianna and Alejandra Garces make these precious metal necklaces soaked in lace, so you can tell Mom that you are unique.
17 Hang your books
18 Corral your keys
Never forget your keys again thanks to this color keychain with wooden slices. Paint the front with bright, bold colors so you don’t miss out.
19 hang up the phone
We are willing to bet that your charging station is a disorganized disaster, but there is a solution. Turn a bottle of baby lotion into a cell phone holder hanging from the charger. Now, everything is in one place, and it is much simpler than a mess of cables.
20 Hide your clothesline
The ugly and bulky drying racks are not fluffy. If you wash your clothes regularly and have a lot of clothes that can’t be tucked into the dryer, put this DIY folding shelf on an empty wall.
21 Slide your laundry baskets
Baskets scattered around the house or stacked in the laundry room look like something out of decorative nightmares, but don’t get stressed. A simple sideboard lets you slide the baskets in and out when you need to use them, and store them between washes. Genius
22 organizing spices
Spices are difficult to store: magnetizing them can be expensive and takes up wall space. Storing them in your cabinets means you’ll be spending a lot of time looking for cumin. That’s why we love this trick so much – it’s an incredibly simple solution to an irritating problem.
23 Color your keys
We’ve all been there: What is the back door key again? Paint each key with a different color to differentiate them: using nail polish is the easiest method.
24 Making Shelving for Stairs
Shelves can be expensive, so a cute and customizable DIY option is welcome. These shelves are an inexpensive option when you are looking for plenty of wall storage space.
25 Store cleaners vertically
Shower caddies are not just for your shower. Use a tension-based shower stall in the laundry room to store detergent, cleaning supplies, towels, and any other downsides.
26 Make a Rolling Toilet
This IKEA hack may still be our favorite. Finding space for a vanity can be difficult, especially in small apartments, but what if you could get that vanity up and running? It is perfect.
27 Attach your chargers
This super easy hack is about to make your life so much easier. If you want to carry your electronic devices on the nightstand, put a binder clip aside. Pass the charger through the clips, and what’s more, your cable will never get lost under the bed again.
8 Restyle your shelves
9 Marbelize countertops
Yes, you can fake the marble: one of our editors tried it. Here’s what he found out.
10 Hang up some art!
What better way to add visual interest to where you’re hiding than to hang some art on the walls? Here’s our tutorial for hanging art or, if you want to do something a little different, try this sheet metal wall.
11 Contain the cushions
Keep the pillows and throw the covers in these pom pom baskets. Bonus: they can also fold, as it makes clothes difficult.
12 Gain storage space – No shelves
If the additional shelves look too messy and messy for your walls, do it yourself. You will have additional space for vases, plants, mirrors, frames, etc. And you will warm up your space with the gigantic wooden wall covering.
13 Create suspended space
Is there no space to store hats? Do you need a towel rack? Or do you just need extra space to hang some planters? This DIY ladder is not only functional, but also has all the fantastic industrial vibes.
14 View dishes
You don’t need a porcelain cabinet (and, in fact, if you have one, we recommend throwing it in your favor anyway), you just need A DIY-shaped stair racks. FTW Minimalism!
15 A fake linen wardrobe
No clothes closet in the bathroom? No problem Attach baskets to the wall to a point where you can fold extra towels and tissues.
16 Need for labels for cooking
Use your favorite source to ensure your bottles of oil and vinegar stand out on the counter and fit in your decor. These elegant bottles were made with transfer sheets and a Cricut Explore.
Living in a house with little space? I love a minimalist look? Well floating shelves are the answer for you. These wall mounted shelves have no supports, giving them the appearance of floating on their walls and keeping clutter to a minimum. And while they may look magical once installed, putting them in isn’t as difficult as it sounds, if you do it the right way. Do you prefer the look of a shelf with supports? See our guide to install them here. Real estate property
1. Select shelves
There are many types of floating shelves, each with slightly different mechanisms to achieve the characteristic float, but what they all have in common is the use of some kind of invisible wall-mounted bracket that holds the shelves in place and hides a time installed. We opted for these simple targets, which would look great against a fake concrete wall.
2. Determine the location of the shelf
Do you want your shelves centered on a piece of furniture? Extended through the wall? Measure where you would like them to be and then, using a level, hold the shelves in place while drawing a marking line on the wall (or wallpaper).
Using your marking line as a guide, hold your shelf brackets against the wall and trace the screw holes. If you are installing your shelves on top of the wallpaper, mark the screw marks with a box cutter to make the screws insert more easily. If you need drywall anchors, drill these where marked; if not, continue with step 3.
4. Attach the supports
Using your scribed marks as a guide, drill the screws through the brackets and into the walls, starting with the middle screws and making sure they are level before attaching the final screws.
5. Attach shelves
Slide your shelves over the supports and, if included in the shelf parts, install the setscrew.
Fill the shelves with anything from books to framed artwork and plants – empty shelves are a blank canvas! …
Therefore, it is not surprising that one of our team members brought the Bassett Furniture coffee table from half of Kansas’s grandmother to Brooklyn, where she takes center stage in her living room. But after about 70 years of use, not to mention cross-country travel, the table needed a little love. So, we took over the project and took the table to the House Beautiful studio to give it a finish that would return to its former glory and guarantee at least another 70 years of use. That’s how we did it and how you can do the same with dusty age in your garage. Real estate property
- Lacquer thinner
- Mineral spirits
- Wood stain
- Varnish for wood
- 220 grit sandpaper
- Sandpaper 150
- Grip Cloths
- Paint scraper
In any renovation project, you should start by making sure that your surface is clean and free of dust. Clean it with a damp cloth, especially if you have been sitting in an attic for a while.
- Remove the lacquer
If your table is lacquered, you will need to remove it before staining the wood again. Apply a lacquer thinner, let it sit for the time specified on the package and then scrape with a paint scraper.
- Remove the thinner from the lacquer
After all the lacquer has been removed, apply Mineral Spirits to the surface to dissolve the excess solvent.
Sand uneven areas with 150 grit sandpaper until the color is uniform. Sand again with 200 grit to smooth the surface, then wipe with a sticky cloth to keep the surface free of dust.
Now, stain time. Before staining, test the durability of a scrap piece or shaker to find out how long you want to make the stain the color you want. When you decide, apply the wood finish of your choice in uniform strokes with a brush. Paint in the direction of the wood grain. Wipe the stain with a clean cloth.
Sanding: sand with 200 grains on an even surface.
Apply the top coat of the varnish with a new brush in the direction of the wood grain. Let it dry overnight.
- Sand and chandelier
Give the surface a final sand with 200 grains to polish.
And ready! You have a table like new, but much better.
Perhaps you are struggling with storage space, organization or just a rather sparse apartment design that needs to be updated. (Or maybe you’re stuck for a period of time and need something with your hands? It happens!) The advantage of being stuck is that you probably have time to kill – and that white wall looking back is asking for the gallery wall that you said would last forever. Try some of our easy favorite DIYs to give your space a fresh update. Real estate property
1 Reposition a chair
Replacing a chair is incredibly easy and requires very little fabric; therefore, you should already have leftovers at home that will work. Watch the video tutorial and get a detailed procedure here.
2 Update your closet doors
Cursed with nasty builder quality cabinet doors? Try this surprisingly simple trick from our friend designer Keita Turner, to get a personalized look with just a few feet of fabric and a basic weapon.
3 Propagate a plant
Do you have plants at home? Great news: you can turn them into multiple plants. Here is our step-by-step guide to growing a new plant with cuttings from an old one.
4 Trade with a fantastic handle
This is one of those small changes that have a big impact. With just 10 minutes and a screwdriver, replace the old, flat knobs with something more beautiful. Here’s how.
5 Create a seamless curtain set
Do you want new window treatments but don’t have a sewing machine (or seamstress skills) at home? No problem I did this scenario in my apartment using only double-sided tape. Get the tutorial here.
6 Create professional-grade curtains
If you can sew, why not create professional-grade curtains? Our founder of Stitchroom showed us how to do it. Look here
7 Cover an old appliance
Steal that idea from Danielle Rollins and embellish your ugly gadgets with contact paper or vinyl wallpaper. Here’s how.
It won’t produce enough coffee to make up for Starbucks’ daily performance, but in general, the coffee factory is easy to keep alive and also forgiving. Make sure it is in a warm place and receives medium light (low light is good, but it grows more slowly!). “Their soil wants to dry out and they are really dramatic, so if they get too dry, they will look very limp,” says Stearns. “But that’s okay, because as soon as you water it, it gets excited again.” real estate property
When watering succulents, they can rot, making them an excellent option for parents of low maintenance plants. Water them at most twice a month, and you’re done.
Plan 10 ZZ
ZZ’s plants have continued to become increasingly fashionable over the years, thanks to the simplicity of their maintenance. Low light, bright light – it doesn’t matter, the ZZ will thrive. Make sure your roots are not damp, and you will have a happy plant in your hands. Its lovely pointy leaves are just a fun bonus.
Some anthurium varieties refer more to waxy heart-shaped flowers (like the one you see here!). Most people think when they think of this plant, but others are more about foliage. Either way, they are a great starter plant. “Anthuriums are very remote,” says Stearns. “They will want to water, depending on the size of the plant, between once every two to two weeks with occasional fertilization.”
Monstera plants are loved for their tropical appearance, and you may think they are more difficult to care for than they really are. It can tolerate low light, but it is much better in a medium to bright (and more humid!) Environment. Water when the top of the soil is dry.
13 Calathea Freddie
This striped plant has the most beautiful name on the list, but in addition, it is a good choice for beginners. Place it in a location where it can receive medium to bright indirect light and high humidity, and it will thrive. This little one also prefers to be on the wet side – you can let the top of the soil dry a little between watering so you don’t get too much water, but generally keep the soil a little bit moist.
The leaves of this plant retain water well, which means that they can recover from occasional missed watering. Peperomia plants can handle almost any light level, so you can keep them on a sunny window ledge or in your office, depending on your preference.
15 palm living room
Bright filtered light is best for this lush palm plant, but can adapt to low light if needed. In terms of watering, avoid watering your living room palm too much – it is best to keep the soil a little too dry and not too moist, and you should water it even less in winter. Keep it in a warmer place and occasionally apply a mist.
16 wax plant
Another final option, the wax plant, AKA Hoya carnosa, features thick sheets of wax (hence the name!) And is easy to care for, as long as you have a shiny place to put it. take it and let the inch or the top of the soil dry between watering, and you are golden.
Bamboo is another option, like aerial plants, that can grow without soil. Simply place the stems in a vase filled with water with stones or marbles at the bottom. And if your bamboo starts to get too big for its container, just upgrade to a new one with a similar configuration, without the need for a real transplant.
Bringing your first home home can be intimidating. There are countless varieties of houseplants to choose from, and if you’ve never cared about a plant before, you may have no idea which one to choose. Consider that some plants are much more difficult to care for and require a lot of attention, and this is even more difficult. If you want to decorate your home with a little greenery, but are new to foster planting and want to keep plants more tolerant and low maintenance, this is what you need to know, what plants to buy, and how to keep them alive and happy. Real estate property
According to Plant Resources, Bloomscape, 1-800-Flowers, Costa Farms, and Urban Sprouts, Jen Stearns, these plants are fairly easy to care for: You don’t need a green thumb and you don’t have to worry about death in a month, despite your best efforts. You got it!
Snake plants are still so popular for a reason – they are incredibly practical and easy to care for. “They don’t need a lot of light and can take a little while,” Stearns told House Beautiful in 2019. “And they like to dry a lot between waterings.”
2 spider plant
Put your spider plant in a bright, sunny spot, and it will grow quickly, but it can withstand low light (and even continue to thrive in an office filled with fluorescent light and no windows!). It retains water well and therefore survives some lost waterings here and there. In addition, it produces babies that you can use marijuana and give to your friends!
3 Tradescantia Zebrina
To keep this plant happy, place it in bright indirect light, water when the top of the soil is dry, apply a little fertilizer every month (except winter), and try to keep it in a humid place. Although you prefer to stay wet, you can handle one or two lost irrigations. Watch out for yellow leaves, which can mean you’re really watering too much.
This trailing plant is one of the most tolerant houseplants in existence. It can tolerate low and bright light, so you can place it anywhere in your home. For best results, water when the top of the soil dries.
5 air plants
Air plants are fun because you can display them in various ways: on stands, terrariums and even on fridge magnets. They are also very easy to care for, as they absorb most of what they need from the air. Give them a good bath in a water bath every few weeks (wipe off excess water later) and mist in between.
6 Chinese evergreen
Also known as Aglaonema Silver Bay, the Chinese evergreen looks pretty painted on its leaves and requires minimal effort to keep her happy. It needs at least a little light and it doesn’t require a ton of water; therefore, allow the soil to dry between waterings to help it thrive.
7 Red Aglaonema
Another Aglaonema, this bright pink and green plant is as impressive as it is simple to care for. It can tolerate low light, but colors will be lighter and more indirect. Like Chinese evergreens, they prefer to dry between waterings and can handle occasional lost waterings.
13 The White House’s first Easter egg roll was in 1878.
Rutherford B. Hayes was the president at the time. But it was President Nixon who first included a rabbit in the festivities with a member of his wife’s staff as the lucky person who managed to wear the costume. Real estate property
14 Easter is the second largest holiday that consumes sweets.
It only appears in second after Halloween, respectively. Americans spent approximately $ 1.9 billion on Easter sweets last year.
15 It took more than a day to tweet.
Approximately 27 hours, to be more precise. That was in 1953, when each piece of candy was made by hand from a pastry tube, but today they have machines that have dramatically accelerated (!) The process to just six minutes.
16 Americans eat more than 600 million tweets over Easter.
This makes Peeps the most popular chocolate-free Easter candy. The Belém, Pennsylvania, plant produces an impressive million people a year and 4 million a day.
17 Most Americans bite a chocolate bunny’s ears first.
In fact, 76% say it is where they take the first bite, followed by 5% who eat their feet first and 4% who eat their tail first.
6 pretzels are also linked to Easter.
Supposedly, it is because the pretzel turns look like folded arms in prayer. You can pay homage to the candy and everything it represents by making these chocolate candies at home. Real estate property
7 The Easter Bunny does not always lay eggs.
The fluffy rabbit comes from the Anglo-Saxon festival of Eastre, which featured a goddess of spring who used the rabbit to represent fertility. It was not until the Germans settled in Pennsylvania, in 1700, that the tradition of the breeding rabbit arrived in the United States.
8 Buying new clothes for Easter comes from superstition.
In the mid-19th century in New York, people believed that buying new clothes to wear for Easter would bring them good luck for the rest of the year. And, fortunately for us, the custom continues today.
9 The largest chocolate egg in the world was made in Italy.
The largest chocolate Easter egg in the world was manufactured in Italy in April 2011. It was 34 feet 1.05 inches long and weighed approximately 15,873 pounds.
10 Meanwhile, Easter hats are a relatively new concept in the USA. USA
In 1933, composer Irving Berlin introduced Easter Bonnet into American pop culture with his ballad “Easter Parade”. Today, it remains one of the most popular songs for the holidays.
11 The decoration of the eggs comes from a Ukrainian tradition.
Decorated eggs were called pysankas, made with wax and dyes. It was not until Ukrainian immigrants arrived in the USA. USA That colorful custom has become popular.
12 During medieval times, a very different game was played with eggs.
Can you imagine throwing an egg at the church? Well, this is exactly what used to happen. The priest threw a boiled egg at one of the choir boys, continued to play for his companions, and the one who held the egg when the clock struck 12 was the winner and managed to keep it.
Today, Easter is all about egg hunt and chocolate rabbits. But, when stocking sweet and plastic eggs, you may be wondering where these traditions originated from. Here are some interesting facts behind Easter’s most common symbols and customs. Real estate property
1 The eggs are dyed to represent the blood of Jesus Christ.
In Eastern Orthodox and Catholic churches, eggs are dyed red to represent the blood of Jesus, before being blessed and distributed to parishioners. Now, they are mainly a fun way to celebrate spring, especially with creative decorating ideas.
2 Most adults prefer milk chocolate to dark chocolate.
In fact, adults are twice as likely to prefer dairy products, so keep that in mind if you’re buying a sweet Easter surprise. Or try making a homemade gift.
3 Good Friday is only honored in some states.
Although Good Friday is an important holiday for all Catholics, only 12 of the 50 states consider Friday before Easter to be a real federal holiday. Most of the country will work on Good Friday.
4 Giving eggs is a symbol of “rebirth” in many cultures.
The egg symbolizes new life, fertility and rebirth in many parts of the world. Thanks to the rounded shape, it has also been used as a symbol of the earth and our connection with nature.
5 Americans will consume more than 16 million jelly beans.
They are enough jelly beans to travel the world not once, not twice, but three times, or to fill a plastic egg the size of a nine-story building.
Go Heavy on Greens
There is no need to water – hang bunches of dry lavender on doors and windows for an extra touch of color and perfume. Or better yet, hang a bunch of fresh lavender and let it dry in place.
Use a Chrome container
For a glam look, try using a metallic vase. This will make your flowers look even more sophisticated, like these bright orange roses.
Minimalist spruce decor
For an all-white decor, viburnum stalks add vegetation without overdoing it.
Stick to single branches
For those of us still in Flower Arrangement 101, place a single branch of jasmine in a small vase to create a stage.
Mix of contrasting colors
Floral trends are gravitating towards disparate colors; therefore, stay up to date by combining yellow and purple tree peonies, buttercups and carnations for a dramatic display.
Use a pot of tea (or coffee!)
Teapots are the container of the day on Pinterest, but for taller flowers like dahlias, look in China for a suitable coffee pot.
Add a fruity touch
Sliced ??lemons add a fun surprise from hydrangeas and dolphins.
Decorate your fence
Add extra color to your yard by attaching flower pots to a flat fence and then filling them with petunias.
Disguise stems with fruit
Line a common glass vase with slices of fruit to hide the stems and liven up a bunch of wildflowers.
Mix and match sweet peas
Choose discreet pastels or bolder tones, but either way you can’t miss these butterfly flowers. For a more complete bouquet, add magenta sweet peas to hyacinths and bright pink lisianthus. Real estate property
Use wheat grass
“Bring the outdoors inside,” says Denis Porcaro of Flower Girl NYC. “Simple wheat grass adds a bright green accent: they can be cut, potted and mixed with spring flowers in pastel tone”
Using art for Inspo
Get floral inspiration from an unlikely source. Putnam & Putnam’s Darroch Putnam says more florists are looking for historic art in search of ‘new’ color palettes.
Combine button vases
Trapped on a shiny silver tray, a group of incompatible glasses (but all transparent) is unexpected, but not full. In addition, this arrangement offers each flower an individual leadership role.
Choose wild flowers
The flowers on the road can be perfectly polished indoors. Harvest several dozen and create an overflowing bouquet for the kitchen.
Pairing flowers with a birdhouse
Place your next birdhouse inside a group of clematis to organize your feathered friend’s resting place.
Create an eclectic mix
Can’t you choose just one? Become spring staples, such as poppies, daffodils and grape hyacinths, for an eclectic but visually cohesive group.
Swap vases for ginger jars
The only thing more beautiful than blue and white porcelain is to show an impressive arrangement of flowers inside.
Display a variety of colors in a pair of glass vases to light a sideboard or use as a centerpiece for the dining table.
Use unlikely containers
Check cabinets (or label sales) for whimsical glass containers, like glasses or test tubes, looking for an unexpected vase.
Your garden is not the only place where spring flowers should thrive. If you’re ready to banish winter and start spring, these flower arrangement ideas will keep your home cool all season (indoors and out!), If you prefer hydrangeas and tulips or freshly harvested wildflowers and vegetables. Real estate property
Bring your garden inside
Spring means gardens full of lilacs and tulips, so combine them indoors too. Complete with any nearby vegetation, advises designer Carolyne Roehm.
Pair of warm tint
Pink, red, and orange tulips evoke a fiery sunset when mixed, so consider combining colors from a palette of similar temperature.
Disguise stems and cloudy water
Pro tip: Hide the stems and cloudy water with an opaque vase. It is also the perfect cover for the frog or foam flower that keeps the branches blooming in place.
Arrange flowers asymmetrically
Don’t take an integrated approach – split a bouquet in half and highlight two flower varieties, like this asymmetrical arrangement of tulips and pear blossoms.
Choose a complementary vase
For a striking accent, think of the color wheel and choose complementary colors for the container and flowers. For example, peach roses make a statement when placed in a bright blue vase.
Add natural fragrance
Artistically groomed and sweet-smelling lilacs really say “It’s spring!” They’re also perfect for adding a pop of color to a simple detail table like this.
Display large flowers in clusters
Why only your backyard can enjoy all the hydrangea flowers? A large group can animate any table, even blank.
Create a magical entry
It takes a little dedication, but training wisteria vines around the door of a country house is a worthy and long-term gardening project, if you want a statement entry.
Use variety to add movement
“By giving the flowers room to breathe and thus allowing the flowers to stand out on their own, you can create a beautiful feeling of depth and volume that is light and airy, but still lush and full,” says Taylor Patterson, Forage Farm fox.
Add a floral mandrel
The addition of a pergola will instantly transform your garden into a romantic getaway, not to mention it’s a beautiful place to display vineyards and vines.
Every year, the floating news industry seems to really increase the bet. Seriously, the art of inflatables has really advanced especially in recent years. Now, food and animal themed pool floats are the main ones, and it’s more difficult to find one that doesn’t fit your personality than to find one that you love that is unique: whatever, it’s probably already a pool float.
If you want a floating pool as fun in the sun as it is worthy of Instagram, say no more. Below you will find the coolest floats of this summer, from illuminated swans and giant pretzels to bagels and retro convertibles. Here’s something for everyone, and all these floats are guaranteed to make your sunny pool days a little more memorable. Real estate property
1 garden sprinkler for dinosaurs
This giant inflatable dinosaur is actually an sprinkler, which means you can enjoy it even if you don’t have a swimming pool.
2 swan float with giant LED light
If you are a fan of night swimming, this LED swan will make you float well after sunset.
3 Flamingo party island
This gigantic flamenco fits four adults comfortably, so you and your friends can float together.
4 Float Toro Inflat-A-Bull
Turn your swimming pool into a normal rodeo with this inflatable float.
Float with 5 oysters
Aspiring sirens, let me introduce you to the float of your dreams.
Pink float of 6 bottles
With this pool float, you can also drink your wine and rest.
Float 7 Berry Pink Splash
If you are more of a Starbucks drinker than a wine lover, you need this pool float.
8 private jets
If you can’t fly in a private jet, you can at least float in one.
9 Angel Wings vinyl float float for Intex pool
This angel wing float is large enough to spread and is truly impressive for Instagram.
10 giant pretzel float
You can save this salty pretzel for yourself or you can share it with two other friends.
The best lamps, in my opinion, have personality: think of Lumiere in Beauty and the Beast, or the jovial desk lamps that jump from the Pixar bunny (called Luxo Sr. and Luxo Jr, in case you ask) . Are their hats shaded, the fact that they shine? Whatever the reason, some lamps are frankly friendly. The decoration pets. Real estate property
And nobody has more charisma than the mushroom lamp. With their clean and rounded lines and their squatting arrangement, these retro favorites are returning to the mainstream and our homes will be happier places for it.
In general, mushroom lamps are those that resemble the standard button of a grocery store: a bell-shaped shadow on a stem base, usually made of hard materials. They leaned towards the industrial rather than the flyers (it is not a nuance of paper in sight), and it is probably this simplicity that made the mushroom shape so attractive to contemporary designers. No matter what the style of the room, a mushroom lamp probably fits.
Today, you can find new mushroom lamps everywhere, from the worldwide Cost Plus market to Flower By Drew, but it was some specific projects from the 70s that cemented the term and form in our modern design lexicon: the Murano glass design by Gambaro and Poggi for Vetri and La Panthella by Verner Panton for Louis Poulsen. Retro lovers can still find these originals on Etsy, Ebay and 1stDibs. Give it a name: Portobello! Enoki! And call him someday.