I am flying to Holland for the #keukenhof blog tour and will come back with 1.000 pictures of tulips. You can follow my adventures on Instagram meanwhile. Before I leave, I wanted to show this mini bouquet I made with flowers I found in the forest behind my parent’s garden on Monday: Wild anemones and wild hyacinths.
Have a great weekend everyone!
I hope you are having a good time. I must say I feel very inspired at the moment. I am back to the North of France, where I spend a lot of time photographing flowers from the forest and from my parent’s garden. I just come back from two days spent in the South of France, in a little village called Pernes les fontaine, where I attended a Styling master class called Joyeuse Clique in the concept store “la maison pernoise“.
Here are some snapshots of this beautiful location very well curated by Lau and Leo, two passionate interior architects, who created a very personal and unique store. You can see more pictures of the Session in my Facebook album.
How are you? Ready for some flowers?
I know, I know, copper is not really the newest interior design trend. I know everyone speaks about marble now, but even still, I still like copper. What about you?
I love the warmth of this colour and I love its reflective surface. I have been asked lately where to find a nice copper vase. The answer is: LIV by TM Interior. The size of this vase is perfect for displaying tulips. I have often a problem with tulips, even if the colour palette is incredible, I find them quite difficult to combine, and a little boring on their own.
I think adding some foliage, such as spirea, can give them a much wilder and interesting look.
Do you like it?
However, I should better get ready for some tulips as I am going to go to Keukenhof later this month.
here is just a little bouquet I made with beautiful hellebores and some peach tree blossom from my parent’s garden on Monday. I don’t know the name of the bright pink blossom; but it just looked perfect with the hellebores. I love them, they are so easy to grow and bloom for ever. They also look very pretty as cut flowers even if they won’t last in a vase.
I wish you all a great day! I am on my way to Pernes les Fontaines now!
Good morning you all!
I hope you had a relaxing week end! Today I want to show what you can do with mini vases, either with a single mini-vase, or by grouping a couple of them. For my bouquets this time, I used some contrasting flowers: astrantias and chess flowers.
I love the effect – the fluffiness and lightness of the astrantia and the complexity and geometrical effect of the chess flower. I mean, the beauty of this flower is almost surreal isn’t it? It always fascinated my when I was a little girl. It is incredible what nature can produce, if you think about it!
The mini vases I used are from the lovely brand LIV by TM Interior. Their mini vases are just the best and I have been using them for many years. If you decide to do many mini bouquets, you can either group them in the middle of a table, or create a lovely vignette on a drawer or cabinet in your living room. You could also use them for a table decoration for a brunch or for a lunch and display one in front of each plate.
from left to right and from top to bottom:
I received some beautiful contributions for my Instagram challenge #flowersonmyway in March! Thank you so much for the flower love, people of Instagram! Here are my favourite flowers from this month.
As last time, the winners are welcome to send me their postal address to this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org, if they want to receive some snail mail from me – I might even send a card from France.
I wish you a great day full of flowers!
PS: Congratulations to the winners of Holly and Leslie’s beautiful book decorate with flowers:
- Hollie from the blog MiaFleur won the British edition an
- Angela from the blog designhaus n°9 won the German edition