Nettleton Hollow was launched in March 2005 by Justin Brandreth Potter. Potter had just moved to Brooklyn and wanted to decorate his first apartment with pieces of nature to offset his city life. He started shopping online for decorative branches and other lasting botanicals but only found junky crafty options. Nettleton Hollow was conceived to fill this void.
split fragrant oranges, $16.50 (10 pieces)
Mitsumata Branches, $14.50 (three branches)
Craspedia, $16.50 (12-14 stems)
We love how well organized the site is. Each item has suggestions for use and as well as ideas for related items to round out a display. Nettleton Hollow has everything from flowers to branches to fruits/pods and foliage.
If you're looking to bring nature in your home, we've had many suggestions for branch-related projects on AT. Here's a round up of those projects that should keep you busy for some time.
via Daily Candy