Styling the Seasons & at{mine}: April

: Styling the Seasons, by Apartment Apothecary and Lotts and Lots :
“Reflect the change of seasons and show those changes in your own home, by styling any surface (shelf, dining table, mantelpiece) with something you like to reflect the new month and what it means to you”
#StylingSpringAtMine | Growing Spaces

What better way to celebrate Spring than with a floral workshop taught by the fantastic Caroline from Wild Rubus? The awesome duo behind Styling the Seasons, Katy and Charlotte, have been busy working on this super-exciting event – the result of a partnerships with at{mine}, an online community of home and interior lovers, where members share shots of their own homes. I can’t wait to attend the workshop on 29 April at Homemade London, and you could be there too!

This month you can enter a special competition to be in with a chance to attend the event. All you have to do is publish your own Styling the Seasons post on your blog or Instagram. There are ten of us who are already at{mine} members, who will act as judges, along with at{mine}, Caroline and Bloom and Wild (who will be supplying the flowers for the workshop, and who sent me the gorgeous blooms I’ve used in this post). Each judge will pick their top three favourite April Styling the Seasons entries and Katy and Charlotte will then compile a list of 13 guests for the workshop. Please share your entries using the hashtag #StylingSpringAtMine.

Styling the Seasons: April | Growing SpacesApril is all about Easter in our house, with family get-togethers and the kids on a break from school, so I’ve celebrated this by styling up my beautiful Bloom & Wild flowers in one of the twins’ Easter eggs. Our bedroom is sorely neglected when it comes to pretty details, so I created this little April display on top of my chest-of-drawers. The drawers belonged to my grandmother (and her parents before that) whose birthday was in April, so it feels like a spot that deserved some attention this month. The wooden jewellery box and vintage books were also passed down to me from Nanna. Heidi was my mum’s as a little girl, and it’s one of my childhood favourites – it has some gorgeous illustrations in it and whenever I think of Heidi I think of the alpine flowers, so it marries well with the floral theme this month.

Bloom & Wild lisianthus| Growing SpacesIf you’d like to join the wonderful community at at{mine}, you can sign up here using the invite code ‘StylingSpringAtMine’. There’s a special  ‘Styling the Seasons’ category set up so you can share your posts over there too. I look forward to welcoming you!

atmineBadgeThe competition closes of April 15th – see Apartment Apothecary and Lotts and Lots for full details.




  1. April 1, 2015 / 8:33 am

    Oh I love all the stories behind your styling – this books are beautiful and I have that same copy of Heidi, which was also my mum’s. Love the egg filled with flowers, so pretty xx

  2. April 2, 2015 / 8:46 am

    Beautiful Heather! I love those paper mache eggs!

  3. April 3, 2015 / 11:47 am

    This is lovely, love how you have used the books and easter eggs together.

  4. May 27, 2015 / 8:03 am

    I love how you have used the egg and filled it with gorgeous flowers. Such a great idea.

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