Our floral designers here at Pottery World are truly masters of their craft. You can bring in any size container and they will fill it with floral perfection, but there are times when you might want to create a small arrangement at home for a centerpiece, or even arrange some flowers from the local supermarket. We interviewed one of our designers and asked her how to get the perfect arrangement shape. Below she gives us her secrets!
photo credits Pinterest.com and Fervorgrills.com
Memorial Day weekend is upon us and there is no better way to celebrate the arrival of summer than with a BBQ. If you’re in the market for a new grill be sure to check out our new line of gas grills from Australia by a company called Fervor™.
Succulents are everywhere right now, and for good reason. They look amazing and are easy to care for. If you choose faux plants for this project, you’ll be able to enjoy these beautiful terrariums for a long time with minimal upkeep. I chatted with one of our floral designers and she showed me how she created the stunning succulent display currently in our store. Here’s how you can get the look at home!
Although we were lucky to have a relatively mild winter, everyone welcomes that shift in the seasons where the days become longer, the sun feels warmer and the sky shines a brighter blue. Transitioning between the seasons with décor creates an inviting space for your family and guests.
Do you have silk flower arrangements, trees, or plants that are in need of cleaning? There are many different methods you can use to clean your silk flowers, trees, or plants. The method you choose will depend on a few factors: How much time do you have? How are your silk flowers put together? What are they made out of? It is very important that you determine the delicateness of your silk flowers or plants before you try to clean them. Sturdier flowers can be washed (but do not scrub any of your silk flowers or plants as this may damage the fabric and fray the ends.)
It’s hot out… I mean really hot — even for Sacramento. So what does one do to help make this hot weather a little more bearable? I have put together a short list of a few local activities that can help alleviate the heat, or at the very least, provide an enjoyable distraction.
I came across this article the other day and thought the information was worthy of sharing. (You can read original Article here: http://mentalfloss.com/article/57269/7-scientific-tricks-making-your-home-more-comfortable)