Turn heads with these quirky ceramic wall mounted animal head vases. The ceramic heads are hand painted and made form a heavy glaze, each with unique features. Fill them with flowers, herbs, pencils (for the office) or utensils (for the kitchen). Display then grouped together as a herd or line them up in the hallway. However you decide to show them off, be sure of one thing, they will certainly grab the attention of your guests.
Animal head vases by Oakroomshop.co.uk
Selection of ceramic Animal Head wall vases in goat, ram, hare, fox, wolf, eagle, brown bear, polar bear, hippo, rhino, camel, wild boar, leopard, lion, tiger, £27.99, Oakroomshop.co.uk
Bright colours make me feel so happy inside and I think that is just one of the many reasons I love flowers so much. I would imagine this is the same for a lot of flower lovers. This simple arrangement includes only three types of flowers, all picked from my small garden. The deep blue-purple of the delphinium sets of the pinks in the dahlia and the hydrangea beautifully and arranged in the green vintage glass vase, one of my favourite vases, they look spectacular. Now these floral beauties take pride of place in my little girls room. (See more of her room in my next post. Subscribe now, not to miss out.)
Delphiniums, Dahlias & Hydrangea in vintage green glass vase
To me daffodils are like ‘sunshine on a stem’. They are the yellow beacons I search out in those dull early mornings running for the station. And as the seasons change from winter to spring, my mom back in South Africa always asks, “are the daffodils out yet?” A kind of measure as to say, “don’t worry spring is around the corner”. So on my way to-and-from the station, I pass so many bright daffs, so I thought, let me see how many different ones I can spot on my route. So here they are, a line-up on my wall.
Don’t worry, no daffodils were hurt during the photography of this set, they all made it into a pretty vase at the end of the day.
This gorgeous Jardin Des Plantes Vase by Ruan Hoffmann was given to me as a gift, already planted up with a hyacinth. So when it finished blooming, I looked for another flowering bulb to plant inside. I found these cute white grape hyacinths, Muscari, as they are also known.