Enjoy Summer Days In Basement Garden – If you are passionate about gardening and taking care of your garden decor, lack of sunlight need not prevent you from turning your basement entrance into a colorful garden as well. All you have to do is use the available space for shade-loving pot plants or hardy climbers. When we talk about beautiful plants, comfortable wooden benches, vibrant flowers and different accessories, we usually assume we are also talking about our outdoor garden decor. But that should not always be the case. Let us have a look at how you can create a most beautiful basement garden.
Flowers in your home – Flowers are very much a part of modern living. No self-respecting makeover show would be complete without those five minutes at the end when the makeover genius puts a few vases of flowers here and there and magically ‘dresses’ the room. And you don’t even need to make an elaborate arrangement: one of the virtues of flowers is that you can just plonk them in an old coffee jar and they will look beautiful. If cutting flowers from your own garden, cut them in the morning, before the dew has dried, or in the early evening. Use sharp stem-cutting or pruning shears and cut above a node or dormant bud to encourage newgrowth. Continue Reading
It’s time to enrich your home with late summer flowers. There are a lot of flowers in bloom now that should not be forgotten. Lets take the chrysanthemums or roses. They have a lot of color and the blossoms are large and full. Bring some of these into the home or in the flower bed and enjoy the color. The kids are getting ready to go back to school and life is busy.
Take an old box that has been sitting around the house all summer and cover it with wrapping paper. This is a great place to put the school supplies to keep them organized. It brings a little joy into the room and helps you stay organized. The new book bag is also a great way to stay organized.
Fresh Flowers For Every Of Your Room – Whether you are having a party, decorating for a holiday, or simply adding a beautiful touch, keep in mind that floral arrangements should complement the décor and mood of the room. Remember, too, you don’t have to have a traditional arrangement just because you find it in a traditional location. Instead of one big center arrangement, you may want to try a series of vases and candles on a fabric runner for a stunning effect.
Another traditional location for fresh flowers is in the foyer or entrance way. What a great way to make a terrific first impression. Regardless of your style, flowers in the entryway can create the mood from the moment someone walks through your door.
Depending on what mood you want to achieve, select one of the floral arrangements:
Inspiration and motivation – Combine flowers of red, orange and fuchsia color. Red flower, which should dominate the arrangements, to motivate, give courage and strength. Orange and fuchsia boost enthusiasm. It is best to put a bouquet in a silver metal vase and place it in the mirror because the mirror reinforces the positive energy of flowers. Bouquet hold in the study.