Bauhaus Styling tips for Living, Dining & Entrance
Store your winter throws in the cupboard and grab your secateurs. It’s time to celebrate the beauty that surrounds you this Spring with foliage right outside your door!
No better way to showcase your garden's pride possessions other than the perfect vessel to help your living space shine and feel more personal.
Breathe easy in your Living room
Where there is space there is opportunity to be grand.
Make a statement in the space where you do most of your living, be brave and choose long unruly blossomed branches.
Tall foliage in living rooms, especially ones with low set sofas, will draw the eyes up and result in the appearance of a larger space.
Muuto’s Kink Vase, with its double opening, is the perfect vessel to arrange a generous amount of your favourite backyard clippings.
The contrast between wild blossom branches and the sleek contemporary design of the Kink vase, is the perfect mix to sit back and enjoy that glass of wine in the sun, while your eyes dance around the configuration.
When life gives you citrus, style it
Stand out with the elegant look of citrus displayed in your dining area, the Tub Jug by Muuto is the ideal culprit to show off your thriving citrus branches.
The angled design of this vase achieves a gorgeous ‘spill’ effect when you place your desired leaves in the generous opening.
This will not only look and feel luxurious, but will fill the room with the aroma of an orchard on that spring day.
For larger tables use two or more jugs (elevate one jug on your favourite books to add height) they look stunning paired against one another and in contrasting colours.
An entrance to remember
An entrance sets the tone of your home, so make an impression that lasts by styling the space with charming vase’s and your favourite blooms.
Entranceways are rooms too, treat them with the art of placement and floral design (placing a vase at the end of a bench or console adds dimension and height).
Let the area breathe by using low maintenance greens.
Manuka is beautiful in spring and won’t shed too much.