Tuesday, March 7, 2017

That time of the year!

It's that time of the year when you start noticing the beauty of nature! When you wish to have a green space like none other, when you want to bring the plants indoors!
Yes, all of these because it is going to be summer soon and we are in that transition phase from one season to another.

Am going to share some table arrangements with all of you. Each day, for the last week I changed the set-up having different plants (read succulents) on the table top and accordingly pairing other knickknack along with the greens. But there is another twist in the story. Seeing all the succulents doing well, my heart also itched to give a handmade touch to it.
So, all the planters that you will now see also bears my stamp. you tell me have they turned out well?

I have a hibiscus plant which flowers in this shade of yellow.Such a cheerful colour that I thought of painting it on this pot.That way the hibiscus will be forever with us!

A jade plant is said to bring good fortune. Good luck or not, it sure bought happiness inside.A small "chidiya" that I saw on my dining table runner is now etched on the pot!

This plant has slight rough edges but nevertheless I enjoyed its company and to top it all, I have always loved the shape of this planter!

A south Indian inspired rangoli( kolam) design on the pot of the Tulsi plant.Since in our Indian culture Tulsi is considered sacred, thought that the traditional motif would do well!

Some floating flowers in an earthen uruli which depicts a happy village harvesting scene.

I always feel elated when I can create something and give a unique touch to the small arrangements that we keep on having at home but  you tell me, did you like these vignettes?

Any other different and interesting ideas you have, which you would want to share with the readers of Sajavat. I shall be glad to feature it.
 Enjoy the season folks with changes in your decor.Keep yourself cheerful & healthy and lead a peaceful life!


Mahendra Pingale said...
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Veena Murali said...

Enjoyed reading it. Thanks

Sangitha Aanand said...

Thank you Veena,happy you liked it!

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