Flea Market Décor

Go Green

GREEN­ERY IS ABUN­DANT IN AN­DREA’S HOME AND WEL­COMES SPRING INTO HER ABODE. HERE’S HOW TO USE GREEN­ERY TO DEC­O­RATE YOUR HOME FOR THE FAIRER MONTHS.

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SWEET SUC­CU­LENTS. Suc­cu­lents are easy to care for and per­fect for shelv­ing and other lit­tle spa­ces. “I fill vin­tage teacups or small vin­tage wood boxes with suc­cu­lents for a fresh vin­tage look,” An­drea says.

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PRETTY POTHOS. Pothos are easy to care for through­out the year and do well in al­most any room. They are one of An­drea’s fa­vorite green­ery op­tions. 3. SO FAUX. “I use faux gar­land ev­ery­where. I sug­gest hang­ing it from mir­rors, chan­de­liers and win­dows for a unique look.” An­drea says.

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TOUCH TEST. Adding greens around your home brings a pop of color, tex­ture and soft­ness, es­pe­cially to wood or metal pieces. “Look for greens that look and feel au­then­tic,” An­drea sug­gests. “It if feels real, then it will most likely look real too.”

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BACK­YARD BEAU­TIES. Look for clip­pings right in your back­yard that you can cut and place in vin­tage bot­tles, dishes and wooden crates. “I find Peony stems make great fillers,” An­drea says.

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