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Tuesday, August 8, 2017

How to use Greenery in your Decorating

This product was provided free of charge in exchange for an honest review.

I love using greenery to add a punch of nature to my decorating.
 Unfortunately  I do not have a very green thumb.
 I do like silk plants and foliage because there is no upkeep other than dusting, but you have to dust real plants too!!
So I was thrilled to do a product review for Commercial Silk.
They offer such a variety of silk plants and flowers it was hard to choose what I wanted to order.
But in the end I ordered a box of  green boxwood orbs.
I was so excited when they arrived and opened the box and saw these lovely orbs!!

This is a review, so let me tell you what I think.
They are a brilliant color and well made. Very thick and full. I have hauled them all over the house and none of the leaves have fallen off. But what I really like is there are so many ways to use them!!
I used one in this amazing wooden pedestal bowl I picked up at a second hand store!!
(Stay tune to see this in the basement reveal!)

Just setting them on a shelf with other decorative items is an easy way to add warmth to a space.

I started to look around my house at where else I could use them and it seemed unending. 
I grabbed this thrifted wooden box and filled it will orbs, instant center piece. 

Here is another wooden box, this time I mixed them with some white garland.
Easy peasy!!

You can literally use them almost anywhere, like a  kitchen or bathroom shelf, on a coffee table or on an end table.  I could go on and on but you get the idea. 

The only down side was they were a little on the pricey side for me,
 but because they are silk they can last forever. 

I have to say these are one of my new decorating faves.
They have lots of plants including succulents, blossoms, and containers.
 Go check them out for your self at Commercial Silk.

And as always, thanks for stopping by.

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