bringing nature indoors

Mon, 17 May 2010 at 12:14

It's always been a love of mine to blur the lines between the exterior and interior. Using exquisite crystal for a picnic - piling sandy shells on the dining table.

Ultimately bringing pieces of the outdoor in add texture and warmth and soul to an interior. I'm forever collecting pieces of washed up woods, shells, feathers, flowers, small tokens from my travels to the ocean or the bush.

As it's now much cooler down under, I've moved from big vibrant blooms and glossy green leaves to things that more so reflect the mood of the environment. Leaves are falling, branches find a new beauty in their form, so I begin to surround myself with dried sculptural pieces, hardy Australian natives and embrace a warmer texture.

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bringing nature indoors
at times nature is the greatest artisan
bringing nature indoors
found feather & drying flowers
bringing nature indoors
collected seed pods & pieces
bringing nature indoors
finds from the ocean

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