Interiors Inspiration from a House and Garden Girl

This post is written by Ellie Smith, House and Garden, Sales Executive

I love indoor plants because they increase the supply of oxygen to a room which is good for your health! I also love this original flooring and the rustic pot contrasting with the freshness that the green of the plant brings. 

This Scandi-styled storage solution really caught my eye. In typical Scandi fashion, it is functional, sleek and adds a beautiful visual to the room. 

Scandi may be the trend of the moment but Japanese home-ware easily give them a run for their money in my opinion. I love the earthy but pretty design of these bowls. 

Why hide your food away when its dual purpose could be kitschy ornaments? Focus on healthy staples that last forever such as grains, pulses and nuts. You and your kitchen will feel the benefits!

Light drapes are the ultimate Spring clean, they make any room look fresher and brighter. I love the thought of fresh, dewy days spent in the bath with the windows wide open. 

On my wishlist...

Large Tripod planter,                        Bloomingville, Ceramic                            Desu Design, 1 line 
    Atelierstella, £72                               Barbara teapot, £25                                   spice rack, £140                

Ellie Smith is a House and Garden magazine Sales Executive, she works closely with many up and coming and well-known interior brands. Due to the nature of her work she constantly keeps herself up to date on interior trends. She has a personal interest in Japanese interiors and rooms filled with flowers. 

I do not claim to or own any included images.

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