Hey there! Today I wanted to share a big insider design secret that you can use on a big or small scale. This is something that you’ll find in Versailles, The White House, Mount Vernon and other historical monuments and something that you can take advantage of in your own home!
Whenever I’m working on a project, I love using natural materials whenever I can – that includes a range of textures from wool rugs to bringing the outdoors in. Now, I know what you’re thinking – NO, no, no outdoors in is not for me, I don’t have a green thumb. Well if you fall into that category, I have the perfect solution for you. Boxwood plants! Boxwood plants are a design staple inside and out for a number of reasons. The extraordinary density of Boxwood plants allow them to be manicured into those gorgeous garden patterns we all love so much. Boxwood plants are my go-to plant whenever we’re hedging a yard.
They are a must have whenever I work on any home update. Do you see how tightly packed they are? And have you noticed the richness and variety of the beautiful green tones? Maybe you’ve seen these in those stunning garden maze designs? Beyond their rare beauty, what I love most about Boxwood plants is that you can easily integrate them into the indoors. A little boxwood goes a very long way! Green is one of the most comforting colors as it’s so prevalent in nature.
If you’re working on your home and there’s an area that just doesn’t feel done – add a pop of green. A little boxwood goes a very long way! I adore using these on top of candlesticks, in large centerpiece, in bowls, with holiday décor and more. And here’s the best part – you don’t have to water these! They are already preserved so they look stunning year around with barely any maintenance So what do you think about adding boxwoods to your décor? Love it, or prefer another style of greenery? Leave a comment and let us know!
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