We wouldn’t mind waking up to breakfast here… | Image via @villastyling
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Our favorite master bedroom to date. The framed art above the bed is the lyrics to the song this couple danced to at their wedding - dedicated to them and written out by the musician himself! How special and sweet is that?! ❤️
Had to share the full collection of small marsh landscapes that I’ve been working on. These will be coming with me to a show in Florida in a couple of weeks. I’m kinda want to do a big one now...hummm🤔 #landscapepainting
Letting that stir crazy set in a bit lately and definitely getting excited for some warm weather and some flea market action. Takes us back to some awesome vintage clothes we scored last season on a pick for this #tbt
#CompreEsseDecor: Peças 100% algodão e com a gramatura ideal para sair do banho e se sentir abraçado por maciez. Dá pra ficar melhor? Descubra no link da bio os produtos que irão transformar esse momento. #OfertaWestwing#WestwingBR
A not-so-common way of framing doors - Antonio Citterio & Patricia Viel for a private house in Lecce.
This Anouska Hempel’s tiling of square frames against dark green wall is 💚 #classy
1 952 days ago
Inside Sid Mashburn store in Atlanta. Pingpong table x horse painting set the tone for the store design.
7 1022 days ago
💡 #Repost@archilovers ・・・
MP Baronesa by @studio_arthur_casas features a total integration between architecture and the landscape, creating an innovative solution where the house is terraced and gradually changes from private areas to common spaces. Discover this week's #ArchiloversPick:
Joya Villas :: Studio Saxe :: 2018
📍 Santa Teresa Beach, Costa Rica
38 13935 hours ago
Decided I should update my post on fiddle leaf fig care. So many have so many questions and concerns about their fiddle that it only felt right. Either you've been unsuccessful in the past or have just heard how hard they are to keep alive. For me, my fiddle has been the most finicky plant I've ever owned. But when you've learned your particular fiddle and its needs, its well worth it! I already had one and then 6 months ago I purchased this one.😬 Here are a few tips I've learned about caring for my fiddles that I hope will help guide you with yours:
1. I make sure they have bright indirect light. If it's ever going to get direct sunlight, it's best that its early AM sun rather than bright PM sun. The more bright indirect light the better. Hard sun will burn the leaves creating yellow and brown spots and eventually kill your plant.
2. I water mine only when the top 2” of soil are completely dry. Stick your finger in the soil and see for yourself. Once I know they're dry, I water them with the exact amount of each time. I base how much water they need on how much water comes out into the base tray. Once the water drains completely into the tray, I discard that water or I'll take a towel and wrap it at the base of the pot, allowing it to soak up the water. I NEVER LET THE PLANT SIT IN WATER. This will surely cause root rot over time and again, eventually kill your plant.
3. Rotating the plant every 2 months for me has been key. I noticed at some point that the branches closest to the window were the ones that would grow new leaves the fastest. So to encourage a balance of growth, rotation is everything.
4. I try to clean the leaves every 3-6 months with a little dish soap and water. Clean leaves free of dust and grime help give the leaves their natural shine and also allows more light to reach the surface of the leaves.
5. Name your new plant friends and talk to them from time to time. This just makes you more likely to care for the plant like you would your pet llama. You tend to care more about things with names, right? But to be real, you should be fully invested in your Fiddle anyway. They are expensive af!
Good luck because hey...you'll need it 😉😂✌🏾