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The Art of Nature with Domani x Solitair

12 March 2021 22

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Domani, Solitair, planters, plants, nursery, Belgian design, pottery, plant pots, gardening, garden design

My love for nature and plants in particular is no big secret here. So whenever I spot something new in the sphere of plants, plant design, plant accessories and more, I am all ears. Or better yet: all eyes! Because I just came across these amazing news that I want to share with you today: the Belgian brand Domani, known for its hand crafted pottery from natural materials, presented their latest collection in the breathtakingly beautiful nursery Solitair close to Antwerp in Belgium.…

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Vintage Shopping With Etsy

12 December 2016 3

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Vintage shopping, Etsy, bohemian, vintage interiors, boho, modern bohemian, vintage home accessories, moroccan rug, moroccan pouf, interior styling

You all know it by now: I am a big fan of vintage home accessories. Now finding nice vintage items can be tricky sometimes. Either you are an experienced treasure hunter on flea markets or you know where to look online.…

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Urban Jungle Bloggers: Creative Planters

24 November 2016 6

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urban jungle bloggers, plant pots, planters, creative planters, creative plant pots, plants, green styling

November is a good month to look and appreciate what we have! When it comes to our Urban Jungle Bloggers project, we thought it would be great and helpful to share our favorite creative planters with each other. I keep getting requests from readers about where to find creative planters.…

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Urban Jungle Bloggers: 1 Plant – 3 Stylings

23 June 2016 2

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Urban Jungle Bloggers, plants, plant styling, houseplants, green styling, indoor plants, Oxalis, boho, bohemian styling

It is that time of the month – the Urban Jungle Bloggers are upon us! And this is the last planty styling topic before the summer break. Reason enough for me to pick one among my roughly 40 plants to be the star of this month’s topic ‘One plant – three stylings’.…

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