This week, nature is my theme. It’s for those who love to fill their home with things that have nature at their heart and for those who love to create from collected flora and fauna.
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- German designer Meike Harde encases dried flowers and leaves into clear glass, creating gorgeous platters that become table features in their own right. See more of these beautiful platters at Yellowtrace.
- Food blogger Aimee Twigger comes up with the most divine images and culinary creations, all of which look too good to eat. This wild garlic and hummus with Ritz cracker-coated asparagus sounds fancy but looks easy to make. She even foraged for wild garlic! Now that’s truly getting back to nature. Find the recipe at Twig Studios.
- I had never heard of sun printing before even though it’s been around since the 19th century! All you need is Sunography paper or fabric, objects to print with and, of course, the sun. Monster Circus creates some vibrant fabric prints using dried flowers, woven flax and kitchen objects which can be framed, turned into cushions or other textile creations.
- The Woodieful Chair is so much more than a chair. Designed by Slovenian Klavdija Jarc, Woodieful is also a table, a footstool, a storage unit, nightstand. It is ‘an adaptable piece of furniture that fits into every space and lifestyle’. Read more about the design and even nab one of the first pieces by supporting Klavdija and her team on Kickstarter.