Well hellllllo there. My name is Ten June. And I got a blog lift! Whatcha think?! I owe it all to Ashley from Lemon and Lavender who used her amazing, talented skillz to redesign my blog! I have a lot left to fill in and link up to, so bear with me while this is a work in progress. Gotta get those t's crossed and i's dotted : )
A few weekends ago, I saw a little contraption at Ikea that I just love.
It's a metal tin that hangs on the wall and can be used to hold anything- utensils, plants, pens, etc. I absolutely loved the concept as soon as I saw the tins and I knew I had to recreate this somewhere at my house. Luckily, my mom recently gave me a bag of our wedding decor that she found in her attic. Part of that loot included some metal tins that we had used to line the chairs at our ceremony with hydrangea stems. Aw, sweet memories. My little love buckets.
This weekend, David and I finally put those love buckets back to good use.
With the help of a few picture hangers, my love buckets (who has love buckets? seriously?) and the garden section at Home Depot, I've got a garden wall. I am sure that there are allll kinds of green thumb no-no's about putting plants on a wall like this, but I don't care. I'm a rebel like that. Each of these are house plants that cooperate well with the indoors. Also, my breakfast room gets a lot of light... hopefully they will survive!
I am absolutely loving the fun, fresh color it brings into my kitchen and breakfast area. Perfect for spring!
In addition to a few basic house plants, I threw in a few of our favorite fresh herbs. That basil smells DE-LISH! Can't wait to fix up my favorite caprese salad with some!
David and I are loving this fun little spring update! Before the garden wall, I had some colorful plates hung on the wall, but they never really looked like they fit just right. I'm not sure if it was the size or the plates themselves, but the love buckets work so much better! It really makes such a difference in the room.
While I was in the gardening section, I also found this adorable little succulent. I couldn't resist! He's sitting in a tiny little watering can on my kitchen windowsill :)
Now if only the spring weather outside (and, ahem, the gophers) would cooperate with my wanna-be attempts at having a green thumb, then our yard outside would be looking just as good!! Mother Nature brought us a cold, thunderstorm-filled weekend and we were not able to get outside at all. Hopefully we'll be able to attack that next weekend. Did any of you get to work outside this weekend?!