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Thursday, 28 July 2011

Happy herbs

 Decorating with herbs...


For herbs you won't be needing a large garden.
They grow happily in small places like, patio, porch or windowsill.
Old enamel bucket, plastic coated basket or tin can will work as a great planter.
You can create your own sings with wooden sticks and splash of chalkboard pain.
Display herbs on windowsill to enliven the room.

                                                 



Photo Pupulandia






Photo 123rf

Photo Basilica





Photo Blisstree




Photo Mielenlumoa blog





Photo Kotiliesi

Saturday, 23 July 2011

S.A.U.N.A


"Some like it hot"
Sitting naked in a dimly lit, hot and humid space may sound strange, but a visit to Finnish sauna is so much more enjoyable than it sounds.






FINNISH PURIFICATION FOR THE BODY, MIND AND SOUL




Photo Skona Hem







Photo Huvila ja Huussi




Photo Tervatoppila




Photo Jokipiinpellava





Photo Lakomaki


Saturday, 16 July 2011

ECO Wedding


 Ideas for conscious wedding

  

Photo Float Away Studios

DIY decoration, banners...
                                               




Lang Photographers (colours modified)

  ...and signs




 

Photo Ewie of Scandinavia

  Buy used dress, have it upcycled to your size&style. Use the flowers in season.







Photo Parolan Asema

  Make a bouquet and table decoration from wild flowers.





Photo Grazier Photography (colour modified)

Ecological wedding transportation.





Photo Float Away Studios

  ...with small footprint...

Sunday, 10 July 2011

B&B Pinus


A lot of love and thought has gone into this charming B&B in the countryside of Finland











to visit, contact Titta&Panu

Thursday, 7 July 2011

DIY: Chandelier


 Some inspiration from creative designs



Photo Every Last Detail

made out of vintage cards...





Photo Ecofriend

...cd-cases




 
Photo Exeter 5

...glass jars





Photo Mauricio Affonso

...aluminium pop can tabs





Photo Lula Dot

...old books


Sunday, 3 July 2011

Inspired by Katrin Arens









Creativity, simplicity and commitment to recycled pieces of wood come together in Katrin Aren's work - admirable!