Thank you for taking a moment to visit me today. I know December is such a busy month, but I'm glad you took a little break to check our Urban Jungle Bloggers posts! Igor and I decided upon styling a green festive decoration vignette, so here we are!
When I took all my plants from our greenhouse to their winter storage a few weeks ago, I thought it would be nice to put some in our cinema room in stead. To make them blend in with our bright interior, I wrapped all their planters in basic white paper. I started with my dear apple tree and couldn't stop wrapping, it's really addictive. I felt so very Christo x Martin Margiela 😉
To the thirty plants I wrapped, I added some very simple decoration: no *bling-bling* but basic white candles, a few hyacint bulbs, a light string and a couple of pine branches. I very much liked our real christmas tree last year, so I'll probably untangle some light strings this weekend and put up the wooden xmas tree as well. Very cat-safe!
Oh and I couldn't helpt but add some Lego trees and a snowman at the roots of my apple tree 😉
I'm very curious about your christmas decoration. I've seen lots of nice previews on instagram already. Will you show us yours too?
Also check out UnDueTre Ilaria and Fluxi on Tour and Peg London and Mouseblossom and Emerald Green Interiors and Madame Love for more festive decoration!
Urban Jungle Bloggers is a monthly series initiated by 2 bloggers: Igor (Happy Interior Blog) and Judith (JOELIX.com). Every month we share ideas to create an urban jungle through styling ideas, DIYs and green tips & tricks. You can find additional inspiration on our Urban Jungle Bloggers Pinterest board. Want to join? Use #urbanjungle on twitter and instagram. Or let us know and we'll send you a mini-kit with all details. Let's bring some green into our homes and blogs!
22 thoughts on “Urban Jungle Bloggers #4”
Oh I love it so much, Judith! So festive and so perfect for your beautiful, colourful home. Love the juxtaposition of a traditional colour scheme (green and red) and the modern, different interpretation (with succulents and cacti). Fab!
After shooting the images I realized it is indeed such a traditional color scheme… and made me totally want to get rid of those Ikea Lack shelves. I do like the String shelves, but they're a lot smaller and I think we could use something bigger (and bolder). Any suggestions?
These images are just amazing! So festive and bright. You are right, this is so Christo :-) Have a good weekend – Anastasia
Thank you Anastasia! You too have a wonderful weekend! xx
Hi Judith, I am following this urban jungle project since the beginning and always wanted to tell you I'd love to join in.
So far did not have much time to say it, but finally I made it here. Tell me all about it
This time is ever so nice!
Christo x Martin Margiela is so spot on!
We'd love to have you on board, Stefania! I sent you the mini-kit with all the details :) Looking forward to seeing your contribution!
J'aime beaucoup ce projet vert. Bravo.
Merci beaucoup Nathalie, ça fait plaisir :) Si ça te dit d'y participer (ce mois-ci ou dans les mois à venir), dis-moi et je t'enverrai le mini-kit avec plus d'infos.
Yes to the Lego Christmas trees! Excellent idea. Now I know what to look out for while thrifting ;)
Hahaha or scoop some trees from a niece, nephew or neighbor ;)
I would love the logo please! I love your unconventional Christmas deco.
See you very soon
So much looking forward to see you soon! I'll send you the mini-kit with all the info, logo and badges. bises!
oh, looks fab xo
I love how your vignette turned out. You have combined all the traditional colors in a cool modern way. The red shelves, with the green and the white. Perfect. Also it's so funny to see that we chose pretty similar color palette. I like that. ;)
Yes, we both choose a very traditional color palette. Yours is so very 2013 and festive! Loved it! Happy holidays, Ana!
Ha. The Lego mini trees… perfect! I love that there's always something playful in your house…. reminds me of the Google Doodle:-)) happy weekend!x
Oh yes, always something playful ;) We had so much fun with the Google doodle, didn't we! I've been wanting to create a new animated gif for weeks, but light & time are so limited… Have a nice end the of the week, Tina!
bonjour Judith, oui ce serait sympa , why not! je veux bien essayer de participer …merci
Avec plaisir, Nathalie ! A bientôt !
You have really nice flower pots, Judit! Those from pictures 2 are lovely! What material is it? x
It's plain white paper, but it would be lovely if it were ceramics, so much more durable ;) xx