As far as adding a touch of spring flair and fragrance goes, decorating with flowers is by far one of the loveliest, easiest, and visually delightful ways to bring the very best of the garden to the spring and summer decorating scheme.
Interior designer and tastemaker Charlotte Moss newest book, Charlotte Moss Flowers, is a delightful grab a cup or glass of tea-curl up with a good book guide to bringing in-full bloom beauty to house and home.
“There are always flowers for those who want to see them.”
With the garden as her muse, Charlotte Moss celebrates the season of fresh and fragrant through inspired ideas for floral arrangements, tablescapes, and containers ideal for every-day living picture perfect placement around the house.
Inspiration truly is everywhere, especially at the movies.
Turner Classic Movies is featuring 31 Days of Oscar; a month long homage to the best of the best Academy Award winning Hollywood movie classics.
Multitasking at the movies is the activity I’ve mastered of late.
On monitor screen left is my blog post dashboard while on screen right is the feature film du jour.
Classic blue and white in two lovely presentations.
I get completely caught up movie set interiors and location choices, so much so I go from writing to capturing scenes for my photo portfolio courtesy of Windows PrtScn.
Of particular design and decorative accents visual interest is the breakfast scene from the movie Giant.
Chippendale, crystal, porcelain, and silver frame the scene, but the bowl of fresh gardenias steal the show.
Gardenias in a bowl will forever be a simple yet elegant decorating with flowers showstopper.
Are you a fan of incorporating fresh from the garden (or floral department) flowers into your every-day decorating touches?