Spring Styling with flowers and plants

It’s officially spring and there is an abundance of spring bulbs  in florists and garden centres. I was kindly asked by homeware retailer Wayfair to select a few pieces to style together for their Bring The Outdoors In campaign. I chose this planter to display these beautiful hyacinths. The fragrance that come from these beauties are heavenly and are a great alternative to a reed diffuser to fragrance a room.

vignette including herbs and hyacinths

I love cooking with herbs and so it only seemed right to have this herb box to display them in.

If florals isn’t your bag or you find it hard to keep plants alive why not opt for low maintainace like succulents which can also be used for glass terrariums. They are a fabulous way of styling your home and you don’t have to be a green thumb as they pretty much look after themselves. Why not introduce a botanical vibe and press leaves like fern and display them in a frame as wall art. Alternatively faux flowers can be used which now come in an array  varieties.

organic Oasis




If you have the extra coins to splurge and fancy bigger project go for a botanical print or mural wallpaper for an accent wall. This way you are bringing the outdoors in all year round. Pinterest and Instagram are great sources for inspiration.


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Pop over to Wayfair’s blog to see more tips of how I styled their pieces along with some other fabulous bloggers who were also involved with the #BringTheOutdoorsIn campaign.

*Some Items featured and provided by Wayfair for the purpose of this post.


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