Fresh Spring Greens for the Home…

 All it takes is a couple of warm sunny days for thoughts to start turning to the garden.  But it’s still too early to take this short reprieve for granted of course.

So bring the garden in…


Sources: Chameleon Dinner Plate, NOTHS. Leafy fabric, Colefax & Fowler.  Shell wall sconce, Soane. Glass mosaic tiles, Fired Earth. Antler mirror, Black Orchid Interiors.  Leaf green fabric, Colefax & Fowler. Blue and green floral cushion, Cushlab. Gothic trellis, Marston and Langinger. Faux plants, Oka Direct.  Armchair, Rume. Birdcages, Bouf.

February 22, 2012



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    Hannah from Plumbs

    February 27, 2012

    Great idea bringing the outdoors in! I particularly love the antler mirror – very ‘at one with nature!’

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    February 25, 2012

    Gorgeous greens! I’m loving the fabric and sofa particularly. Let’s hope the warm weather continues x

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    karen Barlow

    February 24, 2012

    Great minds think alike Carole. A little bit of sunshine is all we need in this country to make us feel optimistic that Spring is just around the corner. I love the citrus green on your mood board, so fresh. I thought I’d send you a link for my blog which i’ve only been writing for a year. Hope you like it, let me know what you think?

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      February 24, 2012

      Hi Karen, thanks for popping by. We do indeed seem to have similar minds. I had a little peek at your blog and it’s lovely. We blog about a lot of the same things! Have a lovely weekend. Carole

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    Sam Lennie (Interiorsam)

    February 24, 2012

    I love green schemes, they are very easy to live with – the sconce is defo on my wish list. Thanks for posting, Sam 🙂

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    Anne-Marie Nixey

    February 24, 2012

    Beautiful colours and images. I love green and it features prominently in a lot of the work that we do. Yue’s furniture and Chen’s lighting both show green of in various shades.
    We get asked for a lot of bespoke work in green too! Obviously the season!


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