spring flowers

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Love this curtain of flowers hanging upside in a window designed by Gunnar Kaj which was featured online at Hus & Hem for a December holilday feature using Amarylis. This could be tranlated for any season, and when I first saw these I thought they were Tuberose. Imagine the scent too.

Jan Halvarson

14 comments:

Chocolate and Steel said...

wow! They're real? It's very pretty

Maggie May said...

such whimsical beauty!!

jo said...

VERY whimsical! love it...

Unknown said...

Love it , how long it last?
It is very beautiful!!!!

Rachel Follett said...

How pretty! I love this idea!

Odd Sundays said...

i love this idea! we are always looking for new ways to decorate our hall for church. we could try this one day but perhaps with fake flowers - unfortunately losing the beautiful scent though!

kay

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Teri and her Stylish Cats ~ Coco the Couture Cat, FurryDance Brighton, and Disco NoFurNo said...

very pretty but I am afraid it wouldn't look so nice after my kitties got to it...

Anonymous said...

Wishing they were in my kitchen window (and that view too)!
~dee

Valerie Rojas Braverman said...

insanely beautiful! pretty for a party too.

missysue said...

Just beautiful!

Clean & Bright Soaps and Candles said...

Absolutely gorgeous idea!

Anonymous said...

Oh my, I love that one too! So so sweet.

Anonymous said...

Wow, that's gorgeous! Tuberose would be fantastic... that's probably my favorite scent and I sell out of the bulbs every year. :)

Erica said...

I'm imagining these made in felt or textiles, lovely idea