Styling the Seasons: March

Styling the Seasons March | Growing Spaces

March has been about a renewal of our decluttering efforts, and about finishing off all those snagging tasks to make the house finally feel more finished and a whole lot calmer. As I’ve cleared out the clutter, I’ve been able to give the things I really love more space to be displayed. Whilst tackling the mammoth job of clearing our garage, we discovered a collection of pots made by Ben’s gran, that were carefully wrapped up and stored away in a box buried deep in all our accumulated junk. I can only think that they hadn’t gone out on show when we first got them because I just couldn’t find any free space on all the already jam-packed surfaces in our home. And so they got packed away into the garage and forgotten about.

Styling the Seasons March | Growing Spaces

Styling the Seasons March | Growing Spaces

Styling the Seasons March | Growing Spaces

Styling the Seasons March | Growing Spaces

I decided to display all these beautiful ceramic pots together on my bedroom shelves. Not only does this allow us to really appreciate them (Ben’s gran had such a talent, and each piece is really stunning), but they also serves as a little reminder of how much I’ve achieved with decluttering this month. Plus they’re a great source of motivation to keep going, and to make sure our hoarding tendencies are kept in check.

Styling the Seasons March | Growing Spaces

STS hydrangea

Styling the Seasons March | Growing Spaces

Styling the Seasons March | Growing Spaces

: 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”

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  1. March 22, 2016 / 2:01 pm

    i love those pots. It looks like Ben’s Gran has quite a talent. I knew a potter in cornwall with a very similiar style, unfortunately can’t remember his name as I was only young at the time.

    • Heather Young March 24, 2016 / 7:46 am

      She definitely had a huge talent and she produced so many pots – all of the family have some in their homes

  2. March 22, 2016 / 11:21 pm

    Those ceramics are so beautiful – you’ve really got a knack for displaying things so well – even having the old books facing out like that is a different twist I hadn’t thought of – I like it! Lovely xo

    • Heather Young March 24, 2016 / 7:45 am

      Thanks Mel – I can’t take credit for the idea of displaying books face out as I’m sure it’s something I spotted on Pinterest, but I do really like how it looks x

  3. March 23, 2016 / 1:24 pm

    Oh my goodness, theses really are lost treasure. I think my favourite one ifs the small light blue vase and it looks so beautiful next to that blue hydrangea. Completely joyful x

    • Heather Young March 24, 2016 / 7:44 am

      I keep changing my mind about which is my favourite. The blue of the hydrangea is so gorgeous, isn’t it?

    • Heather Young March 24, 2016 / 7:43 am

      Thanks Glyn! I’m so pleased we found them.

  4. March 23, 2016 / 6:24 pm

    Gorgeous gorgeous treasure indeed! 🙂

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