I posted the photo below before here, but with my current fern obsession I had to post it again. I bought a flora with fern illustrations in it from a thrift store in November, and I think I will tear out some pages and put them up on the wall.
Now is also the time for grape hyacints, snowdrops. tulips, daffodils (soon anyway) and one of my favourites - buttercups. I wouldn't mind the arrangements in the photos from Ikea below :-)
|Image from Ikea's Swedish blog Livet hemma.|
|Image from Ikea's Swedish blog Livet hemma. I would like that lamp, "Tisdag", for my creative corner.|
Around Christmas I bought a couple of little hanging glass terrariums and I want to find airplants for them, for the look in the photo from West Elm below (but mine are from Serholt, bought in the Swedish shop Village).
|Photo: West Elm. I posted this before, here.|
But we don't have to make our homes into jungles, even one or two cut flowers or a simple little branch will make a big difference :-)
|Le Dans La|
|Image from House Doctor, via April and May.|
If you don't go for simplicity, you might want to try to transform a bonsai into a building sculpture, like the Japanese artist Takanori Aiba in my Daily dose of quirkiness. Not attractive in my eyes, but makes me smile :-)
|Via Visual News|