Welcome friend! I'm so glad you have joined me here at Dreaming of Homemaking. I like to think of this blog as my journal, full of ideas that have helped me turn my house into a warm, welcoming home. My hope is that you too find this little piece of the internet a place to gather ideas and find inspiration.
I just love faux flowers, and when they come in the shape of wreaths, garlands and more I knew once I found Balsam Hill it was a perfect match! They carry such a wide variety of items and I want to share one of my favorite lines with you the Napa Romance Collection.
When I first ordered these items from Balsam Hill, I planned for them to go in my mudroom. Zoe and I were opening them on the front porch and the beautiful pinks and peach colors next to my bells were a match made!
Isn’t the berries with buxus, eucalyptus, olive, and money leaves just so beautiful and realistic? I love how the garland drapes so perfectly on the bells.
When thinking of spring this collection is just perfect, and it is a great one to even last through the summer too with the gorgeous peach tones!
I love how realistic it looks, not only this but everything I have ordered from Balsam Hill does.
I love the weathered wood box that the floral arrangement comes in, it would make the perfect centerpiece for Easter, Mothers Day, or anyday!
Look how gorgeous this floral garland is with the bells!
One of the many reasons I love faux flowers, is that they last forever! It is so great that I can use these year after year and they will look the same as they do today! We have a mostly covered porch, and these have already been exposed to the Seattle weather and look like the day I got them!
I hope you love the Napa Romance Collection just as much as I do, I will be sharing my deck along with another collection later on this week so stay tuned for that!
Dont miss seeing Courtney at French Country Cottages collection she designed with Balsam Hill on her blog along with Sheila with Maison De Sinq and Lexi with Jadore Lexi Decor sharing their favorite wreaths from Balsam Hill.