Table Centre
Festive Table Ideas Our ‘Nordic Inspired Table’ features nature and texture with a simple colour palette. The atmosphere is relaxed, and calming. A little festive fun is added with our Silver Deer. Stagger the Deer along the length of the table with bud vases and candles. A Rustic Fresh Centrepiece with Dried Fruits & Feathers is styled with Faux Antlers and Woodland Crackers. Festive Spruce Centrepiece with Rustic Candles & Faux Antlers Cute Bud Vases
Autumn Pumpkins

Decorating for Autumn

Posted by hannah@littlebrickhouse on  September 24, 2020
Decorating for Autumn… Do you decorate for Autumn? Whilst we are spending more time at home, I have been busy making the house inviting & happy. Decorating for the seasons has helped change the scene. Here’s my quick & simple Autumn Table Centre: 3 White Pumpkins 2 Green Pumpkins Assorted Pillar Candles 1 Glass Vase 2 Heathers in Terracotta Pots Beech Branches I find a table runner helps tie a look together. I have a
Peonies, Picnic Basket and Cabbage Bowls
. Looking for Table Scape Inspiration? I love setting a table, and just because we can’t entertain doesn’t stop me popping on a vintage table cloth and adding a vase of flowers or two. It doesn’t haven’t to cost the earth to create a stylish and fun table. Firstly decide on a look. Maybe a colour will lead the look? Or the menu?  Table cloths, in my opinion, are a must. Then you can layer
DIY Wreath Blog
Make a Foraged Flower Wreath... All materials were found either in my garden or if you haven’t a garden and you’re out walking at the moment you should be able to gather a few bits n’ bobs from hedgerows and trees… Tools: Lengths of willow / thin branches String or Wire Scissors Moss Bucket Flowers / Blossom Method: The base is made from willow branches, but any branch as along as its green and soft
I love a Winter Wedding! And within the setting of Soughton Hall in Mold it’s guaranteed to be stunning. The styling for this wedding was based on the house – the most stunning Country House. The styling had to follow this glamorous, yet country theme – so we settled on ‘Vintage Glamour’. The colour palette had to include winter whites, and as its February the month of love the traditional reds and burgundy. To bring