By Kayla Mason

by Kayla Mason - 2 months ago

The Top Houseplants & Flowers for Your Home

Plants and flowers have been proven to have a positive effect on your mood and psyche. Not only do houseplants purify the air, they can also help create a calm environment. Gorgeous flowers will help improve your mood. So, if you are looking to spruce up your home, wait no longer and turn a wide sel...

by Kayla Mason - 2 months ago

The Amazing Power of Bee Pollen

I hear a lot about bee pollen lately as a superfood ingredient and a health supplement, but what exactly is it? And what does it do? Bee pollen has a whole host of amazing health benefits. The Benevolent Bee herself, Stephanie Bruneau, is here today to teach us all about how bee pollen is made and...

by Kayla Mason - 2 months ago

Watermelon Agua Fresca With A Twist

We don’t wanna be seasonists, but Spring is secretly our favorite season here at Jungalow. The flowers are in full bloom, the days are longer, and we get to dine al fresco again. We recently had a picnic in the park just a few blocks from our studio (even our intern, Dolly Parton Doodle, joined us...

by Kayla Mason - 2 months ago

5 Simple Stretches for Gardeners

Gardening can do wonders for your health, but if you don’t take care and stretch your body before spending time crouching, bending, and pulling weeds, you can become very stiff, sore, or injure yourself badly. These simple stretches for gardeners are easy and gentle for every body. Spend just a few...

by Kayla Mason - 2 months ago

Mother’s Day Decorations

April 27, 2018 Easy DIY Mother’s Day Decorations and How to Arrange Flowers for Mother’s Day. {This post may use affiliate links.} Our Seasons of Home series is back with beautiful Mother’s Day inspiration from Ella Claire, Shades of Blue, Rooms for Rent, Sweet Savannah and Craftberry Bush {keep...

by Kayla Mason - 2 months ago

DIY Cement Tile Planter

I’m pretty obsessed with the cement tiles we put in our newish studio kitchen. And when we had a few leftover boxes of tile, we wanted to find another way to use them.  We finally landed on planter for all our jungalicious planties! I love the idea of having a planter that matches the floor tile....

by Kayla Mason - 2 months ago

‘SPRING’ IN THE BOX, OUT OF THE BOX

Thinking out of the box is important in the creative process. Our Fleur Creatif florists played around with the “box” idea and used spring flowers and/or blossoms in their creation. Spring steps out of its boundaries Jan DeridderPrunus, ornamental cherry blossom Panicum ‘Fountain’, fountain grass...

by Kayla Mason - 2 months ago

Edible Edges: Landscaping That’s Good Enough to Eat!

Edible edges are a smart solution in the landscape if you have limited space or want to make your vegetable garden part of the ornamental garden. Pop in edible plants that look decorative and provide harvestable crops along the edges of the garden for an easy and attractive foodscape. Experienced...

by Kayla Mason - 2 months ago

In Love 4 – Inspiration Bouquets in many forms [BOOK]

‘In Love 4’ gives you inspiration for beautiful bridal bouquets of many different forms: from romantic fine to bold and even cool bouquets. Hand-tied, with floral foam, pouch or drip shaped. Cherished by every bride. A bride shines all the more if she has a beautiful bouquet in her hand. The shape...

by Kayla Mason - 2 months ago

The newest crop of flower and garden books

Spring has sprung here at Floret and the harvest of late daffodils and early tulips is in full swing. After so many gray winter months, it is invigorating to be surrounded with so much vibrant color. Inside, my desk is currently covered with tattered seed catalogs, spiral-bound notebooks filled wi...

by Kayla Mason - 2 months ago

Simple minimalist art prints and frames with Desenio

I love artwork and prints. I can through phases of what I like to put up on my walls but I think it’s fun to rotate art. This way it keeps the walls interesting. Currently I’m in a very monochrome mood and I was happy to see that Desenio have a vast amount of prints to offer. In my effort to keep t...

by Kayla Mason - 2 months ago

The Business of Being Boho: Finding Common Ground

I’m sitting on the plane right now, on my way to High Point, NC, where three or four times a year I come to trade shows for home furnishings and textile markets. Highpoint shows are really big. People from every aspect of the design industry go there to conduct business. From celebrity to rookie d...

by Kayla Mason - 2 months ago

How to Start Keeping a Garden Journal (and Why You’ll Thank Me)

Keeping a diary that records your successes, failures, and noteworthy events in the garden is a wonderful way to learn and grow as a gardener. You will find that if you begin a garden journal this season, it will become a trusted and essential resource for your garden in coming years. Why Keep a...

by Kayla Mason - 2 months ago

Plant Places: Wyldbnch

We’ve got a wild one for you, this time, jungalistas! Wyldbnch is one of our favorite new plant places. Pop Annemarie, the boss lady behind Wyldbnch, shared with us that the name of her business comes from her love of curating a colorful funky plant selection. Pop Annemarie’s love of color is also...