I love having fresh flowers in my home. I’m good with just about any flower – carnations, hydrangeas, peonies, freesia, orchids, roses…you really can’t go wrong. Fresh flowers add elegance, joy, and sunshine to any room.
Since it’s spring, peonies are in full bloom, but I like today’s focus on the lily flower. Aren’t they both so pretty?
necklace, Kate Spade
lily arrangement, Jayson Home
One of my favourite features in magazines like Style at Home is the high / low spread. Essentially, the magazine styles up two very similar versions of a room and leaves it to the reader to guess which version is expensive / affordable (before revealing the true prices on a later page). Anyway. I love this feature and I get sucked into the guessing game every. single. time.
If you love this as much as I do, go ahead and read on. I have prepared a similar high / low challenge for you.
5a. 5b.So? How do you think you did? Check the prices (and see the sources) below.
1. a. Parallel bed in walnut and leather, $5800; b. Piper wood panel bed, $1149
2. a. glass ball mini pendant, $69.98; b. Soneca frosted pendant light, $229
3. a. matching Milo Baughman for Thayer Coggin white lacquer chest of drawers, $3800; b. Malm six-drawer dresser, $199
4. a. Jennifer Taylor white Mongolian fur bench, $550; b. Jonathan Adler Mongolian lamb bench, $1595
5. a. 1-light pendant fixture, $23.90; b. Greene pendant large, $595
Here we go – a seasonal high-low post about geometric terrariums.
Geo Terrarium, $95, Jayson Home
Turning Triangles Terrarium, $39, Urban Outfitters
I just love this tray from Jayson Home. I’m not sure what I would use it for but I know it would look great in my home.
tray, $98, Jayson Home