With Easter coming up, it’s the perfect time to dress up your home with vivid hues and charming embellishments. Today, we’re sharing our Easter decorating tips to help you celebrate the holiday in your home.
The days are longer, the birds are singing, the daffodils are peeking out to say hello, and warm spring weather and lazy days outdoors are just around the corner.
When it comes to decorating for spring, nothing is off limits at our home. From a bouquet on the kitchen island, to a French market basket filled with blooms on a stool, to the mantels decorated with a sprinkling of spring charm.
Today I am sharing 5 simple and easy ways to decorate your mantel for spring. The main ingredient? Flowers, of course, because spring is bursting with florals.
It’s the second week of our blog hop featuring Balsam Hill’s new line of artificial spring flowers. In this post, we’ll wrap up on the stories of five of our partners as they decorate their homes with our beautiful blooms.
With the arrival of the new season comes Balsam Hill’s new line of spring florals. Our brand ambassador, Courtney of French Country Cottage and 10 of our partners are introducing their favorite artificial floral arrangements from our collection in a special blog hop.
Keep reading to see the highlights of this week’s posts and the homes that have welcomed the season with our beautiful blooms.
In last week’s post, we gave you a sneak peek of our new Spring Florals collection. To usher in the season and unveil our beautiful line of artificial plants and flowers, we invited 11 bloggers to be part of this much-anticipated reveal. Kicking things off on March 1 is our brand ambassador, Courtney of French Country Cottage.
Winter is almost over and most of us are looking forward to the sight of springtime gardens in bloom. Fresh flowers are so captivating that many yearn to enjoy their beauty long after their season has passed. This love for nature’s splendor serves as the inspiration for Balsam Hill’s new line of artificial spring florals.
Our collection features a variety of remarkably lifelike flowers and plants, and includes highly realistic pieces designed with True Petal™ technology, replicating the soft texture of natural flowers. Read on for a sneak peek of what Balsam Hill has in store for you this spring.
The most wonderful time of the year is here, as Balsam Hill’s month-long Countdown to Christmas comes to a close. Thank you to all our friends who invited us into their homes and showcased gorgeous designs fit for the holidays. Let’s look back at the weekly themes that inspired our bloggers this season.
Week 1: Fireplace and Mantel
Kellie, Jennifer, and Cami, all did an outstanding job at decorating their fireplace and mantels with our Frosted Evergreen Foliage. They created cohesive and stylish displays with elegant, silver and light-colored accents for a delicate touch. For more information about the products they used, check out our Countdown to Christmas’ 1st week round-up. Read This Entry
In the season where gift-giving is abundant, we know how sharing Christmas cheer brings a very special feeling to those who receive it. This year, Balsam Hill Australia reached out to six talented bloggers and sent them each a holiday piece. Read on to see how they decorated their homes and find out what they thought about their new pre-lit wreaths and trees.
Tanya of Stamping T!
Choosing the right pre-lit artificial Christmas tree can be overwhelming with all the lighting options currently available. The two basic light types are incandescent and LED. While both share the common purpose of adding a beautiful glow to your holiday display, there are several factors to consider before deciding which light option is best for you.
This year, we celebrate our annual Countdown to Christmas, where 13 of our favorite bloggers showcase their decorated spaces with different Balsam Hill décor and trim. The first week has recently concluded, and we couldn’t be more inspired with the fireplace and mantel decorating ideas from our three friends.
In case you missed it, here is a quick round-up of last week’s posts: Read This Entry