Wednesday, 9 May 2012

Styling Details


Apple crates on display...

Homebase have a fantastic range of Spring plants, bulbs and pots in stock and I love having lavender in the house before it gets planted, so I've taken a few styling displays for this weeks post! The vintage apple crates always make an appearance in differrent places around our home and make a great display surface...











































P.S For those of you who haven't seen Sibella Court's latest book, Nomad, I couldn't recommend it highly enough. It's as inspiring and beautiful to look at as her previous title Etc. A truly talented stylist and retailer-if you ever happen to go to Sydney, pop by for a visit!

24 comments:

  1. Beautiful plants...bet you have a gorgeous garden. I'm going to be in Sydney in July so will def pop into Sibella's store. Catherine x

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    1. How great to be in Sydney! Take lots of photos for us Catherine! Unfortunately our garden is going to be very bare for the next couple of years-bit of a mishap with some beautiful old shrubs(can't bear to think about it!) I'll just have to concentrate on making a pretty patio this Summer!x

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  2. Gorgeous! Spanish lavender is my favorite plant that I've ever bought! Love your styling.

    ~amberly

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    1. Thanks so much again AMberly! And for letting me know that it's Spanish lavender-I had no idea-and yes, it's so gorgeous! Have a great weekend :-)

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  3. New Header love? a bit big maybe?

    I LOVE vintage apple crates and always plan to use them for a job etc... and then never do....

    Sibella Court is a very talented stylist.... and so are you!

    Hello fellow BYW2.0 xx

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  4. Really like the black and white photo in your header monochrome works for me every time xx

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  5. Blimey Tina-you can imagine how ong it took me with the header malarky!! and by the time I got this huge one up, I'd lost the will to live!! Am gong to be on the case to get this one reduced-quite considerably!!xx

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  6. Thanks Toni!! Just said to Tina-size reduction required!! See you next Friday! xx

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  7. Beautiful styling - they actually look more like paintings, which is wonderful! I love using lavender around the home, I'd love to fill my house with fresh flowers every day, but it's so expensive! With Lavender in pots at least you get to enjoy it for a while and can plant it outside at some point. Paula x

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  8. Hi Paula!Absolutely-you can't go wrong with lavender! I tend to buy more plants than cut flowers now. Thanks for your lovely comments as ever! Have a great weekend x

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  9. Thank you! I´m looking forward to meet you and I hope you will enjoy the class :)

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  10. Thank you so much inner-outer beauty! :-)

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  11. Love that geranium painting! Where did you findit Caroline? Tell me on the plane on Friday! x

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  12. Maria-thank you! I just checked in to your blog-I absolutely love your choice of homes and some great interviews too! :-)

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  13. Lovely arrangements! Spring blooms are so inspiring too!

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  14. Thank you for visiting your blog is wonderful
    ♥doris

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  15. Hi Caroline! I'm so glad we met too! Your work is just wonderful and I am certainly a new fan! Best from Copenhagen!

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  16. Thanks so much Tina, that's really kind of you. Nice to make new friends-have a great weekend!

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  17. Doris-that's so nice of you to say so and to comment on my post over at Igor's Happy Interior blog too :-)

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  18. Thanks Juliette! Hasn't time flown since Berlin! :-)

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  19. Beautiful, beautiful photos!
    Very inspiring!
    Your blog looks wonderful.

    So nice to meet you through BYW 2.0!
    All the best,
    Mary

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    1. Mary-hi! Thank you so, so much for your lovely comment. You were incredibly encouraging on BYW1 when I attempted to set up a little blog called 'Evie and Gabriel', but never quite got going! Thanks a million for stopping by again-I'm so excited to be doing the next course as I actually feel more like a real blogger as of March! :-)

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