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

Summer Urn Workshop

Posted by hannah@littlebrickhouse on  June 7, 2019
A fabulous Friday Flower workshop this morning… inspired by the Dutch Masters! We used this picture as our inspiration… The main focus of this style is a large selection of flowers with an asymmetric line across the design. Some flowers are recessed while others use empty space to their advantage. The ladies went off to the flower field full of inspiration… We started with the focal flowers and built around this… very pleased with the