March 2nd, 2012

One of the best only good things about this dull, grey time of year (when there are no pretty blankets of snow on the bushes, nor budding or flowering trees to make you happy) is the amount of fallen branches on the ground that are so easily noticed. I guess a few months of rain, snow, sleet, high winds and the like does have an upside. Keep an eye out. Scoop the best before your diligent neighbours get their yard waste collected and composted with the first truly spring-like weekend. Because branches big and small, but mostly big, are a staple for stylists and designers who want to bring some organic beauty into their interiors. I have a growing pile on my front porch and a growing number of inspirational images on my laptop, ideas for my fallen finds. Take a look at some of my favourites:

Image 1. source unknown

Image 2. via emmas designblogg

Image 3. photographed by Michael Graydon, styled by Stacey Smithers, published in Canadian House & Home

Image 4. via Lincoln Barbour Photo

Image 5. source unknown


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