This type of pinecone bouquet ornament is also sometimes called a pinecone kissing ball, though I have no idea why. It’s a popular DIY project. Apparently you just glue pinecones to a styrofoam ball and splatter with some white paint.
The carrots are pretty, as are the lemons and limes, but those are not the arrangements of the day.
Look high up at the open kitchen shelving in this sleek, gray contemporary kitchen is designed by San Francisco-based interior designer Nicole Hollis. Normally, this is where one might store empty vases, which is what is happening here—with a twist.
These homeowners are displaying succulents in clear glass cylinder vases. I love layering plants and flowers and other natural elements in clear vessels, which I learned from Boston stylist Kara Butterfield (you can read my post about her styling tricks here).
Last year, Sunday Suppers hosted a dinner to celebrate the launch of Kinfolk Magazine’s new cookbookThe Kinfolk Table. They hung leaves from the ceiling for an autumnal atmosphere. The meal was served family style on a rustic wood table with benches using ceramic dishes by Frances Palmer (you can find a few of her pieces here).