I have plant fever. Sadly, the five different herb seeds I planted last weekend have yet to show any signs of sprouting.
Shades of green teamed with white produces a light and natural look for a conservatory
Don’t even with that wallpaper, my life is too sad and empty to handle that much gorgeousness in someone else’s home.
As someone with a decidedly “more is more” aesthetic, that photo wallpaper is entrancing me. There’s a DIY tutorial but it’s not that helpful:
My brother helped me design 11x17 inch images with 9 Instax wide sized photos per sheet. We then created 4 different sheets with different photos. You could always do more if you wanted to reduce repeat photos! We measured the wall and ordered about 130 sheets on 80 lb card stock. We found an inexpensive local printer that did them for around $1 per sheet, so the entire wall only cost about $130!
So did she take the photos, scan them, assemble them into a single image using Photoshop, then give that to the printer? I need more details. But anyway, this really inspires me to use up the last 5 or so Polaroid photos on the role of film I’ve had since 2007-ish—I should at least see if it’s still good, and consider buying more.
The back garden at Het Grachtenhuis (The Canal House Museum) in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Designed by Dutch landscape architect Michael van Gessel.
To read a good comparison of this garden and Giles Clements’ boxwood garden in Paris at Parc Citroen click here: