Growing up, our favorite flowers happened to be hydrangeas. We had a huge hydrangea bush in our backyard and the huge puffs of blue and purple always seemed playful to us. While we are used to seeing hydrangeas of the pink and blue variety, they turn a charming green if dried correctly...
Dried hydrangeas make a great centerpiece in a ceramic white bowl (and the antique looking wood table adds rustic charm). Evidently, drying hydrangeas is an art form so if you need a little guidance, check out this great article.
Using a similar shade of green as the hydrangeas, Melissa lines drawers with attractive paper.
Could this school chair be any more charming? Weather beaten (but lust-worthy) the simple chair pairs great with the light colored green wall.
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(Images: The Ross Family Equation)