Introducing plants into your home can be a little intimidating for first-timers. Here are a few useful guidelines from Succulents and All Things Under Glassto help you start growing plants in your home.
Adding plants to your workspace really can help you get through the day. There have been studies done on the benefits plants have in the workplace. They lower people’s stress levels, so they allow room to be more creative. So, you’re adding a new plant, becoming less stressed, and cooking up fresh ideas. 'Wild Interiors' author @HiltonCarter gives his advice on the best plants for your workspace.
You’ve heard the expression “Dress for the job you want.” The same logic applies to the home office. Creating a successful space doesn’t mean you have to invest in a $10,000 mahogany desk. Successful doesn’t equal expensive. But it does mean you should be living and working in a space that feels future-focused and successful to you. How we dress our home can have as great an impact on our upward mobility as how we dress ourselves.
Organising your shelves can be a great way to spend time at home. Each #shelfie can work as a style statement. They don’t replace art in a home, but are considered as living pieces of art in themselves, as a way of dressing an empty wall. When considering a new space or home, I always think of the many #shelfie displays that I could create, what they might look like, and all the precious items that will be allocated to each one.
Nature is at the heart of Hans Blomquist's decorating philosophy, and in his brand new book, Inspired by Nature, the stylist and art director explores the connection between our environment and emotional wellbeing.