It's fall time in Alberta. And what does that mean? Snow!
Our first dump of snow came last week. Sunday was a warm 26°C and on Moday it was dumping snow. This type of unsteady weather pattern isn't anything new to Albertans....BUT IT'S SEPTEMBER!!!!!!
So, indoors we go, staying warm by the fire, cuddled up in big warm blankets. That sounds cozy, doesn't it - if it weren't September. But, just because it's blizzarding and cold outside, doesn't mean we can't enjoy some nature (or the feel of nature) indoors.
A good way to do this is to bring the outdoors indoors by incorporating some greenery into your living space. I love how it creates a sense of relaxation and calmness, no matter what time of year. And I've definitely learned how to incorporate the outdoors to my interior living space - especially living in Alberta.
Aside from the mood altering effects, adding greenery also solves many home staging dilemas. For instance a plant placed in a stark corner adds instant appeal.
Live houseplants don't just add life and atmosphere to a space, they also clean the air in your home too - which is equally important.
But for those of us (me included) who aren't green thumbs with our houseplants, silk plants can do the trick too.
And of course, there's nothing like a fresh bouquet of flowers to bring the outdoors in.
This weeks Home Staging Tidbit shows you how to incorporate greenery into your living space whether you're staging to sell or staging to live.
How do you incorporate greenery into your living space? There are so many fun and creative ways. I'd love to hear yours.
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