It is this time of the year again when people are busy decorating their homes and their gardens and trees for the festivities of winter. This already starts long before December. No matter whether you celebrate Christmas or not it is also the time of year when streets look lovely with beautiful decorated front doors and houses. Sometimes one can see a Christmas tree at the window.
I am one of those people who loves decorating and make the home cozy with lots of lights, all winter long.
Just a little Christmas tree on a table looks very romantic, as seen in this little cottage in the woods
Misty loves the place next to the Christmas tree while watching the outside world at the window.
walking along the streets you see all these pretty lights
Little Bo has found himself a comfortable place just next to a little Christmas tree
Love the baubles on the trees which makes this house look very festive
Lights in the house and the snow outside gives the home a cozy look
A little tree on the table is enough to create a festive ambience
Looking outside it looks like a painting of a snow covered forest
I love looking at the decorations at store windows, like this one here in Old Montreal
My beloved Tina’s last winter 2017. How much we all miss her 💖
Summer is the season when we spend the most time outside and when we take care of our gardens, terraces or balconies. This is the time when I like to go for long walks and admire the gardens and balconies of others. Whether you walk around in town or in the suburbs you will always see something you like. Montreal is a green town with lots of parks, gardens and balconies. Here are some examples.
a beautiful house with an amazing front garden in the suburb
This is little Bo looking out over my terrace as I am watering the plants
A beautiful front garden in town
a beautiful terrace surrounded by trees in my neighbor’s garden
lovely little Boho terrace
A romantic little gazebo in the middle of a Rosemere garden
Misty found herself a cool spot in the back of the garden under the trees
another secret garden in one of the suburbs
I love this little balcony decorated with geraniums
cute little porch of a house in Vieux Saint Therese
A house like a castle with a huge garden on the waterfront in Laval, a suburb of Montreal
this fountain gives the garden a majestic look
Misty and Bo love the outdoor life and wish you all a Happy Summer🌼🌸
It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold, when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade
…yes, we still have winter here, but inside the house there grows a garden🌿🌸🌱
It is now almost one year since my beloved Tina went over the rainbow bridge and I still miss her very much. Since then I have adopted another sweet dog, a 2 year old Labrador, called Misty, who has helped me a lot to overcome the loss of Tina.
Misty is the sweetest dog one could wish to have. She also has a little friend called Bo, who stays with us most of the week and those two get on so well like brother and sister. Here I would like to share some pictures of those two…
like two angels sitting under the light
very curious…always looking at something or checking something out
so much sunlight in the room. It is almost like a garden
Both love to sit on chairs and sofas and they always find the best places in the house
I love this cutie face
always sitting near each other
in the background heaps of snow outside while the garden is growing inside
the face of a fox
If you want to see more pics of Misty and Bo follow us on Instagram @fleurdelys238
Ever since the book “Urban Jungle” has hit the shelves it seems that people have gone crazy about plants. You see more and more homes packed with plants. Sometimes more plants than furniture where you think you are in a real jungle. Just have a look at Instagram and you will be amazed the homes you will see.
But plants have been around for a long time. Even my grandmother already had plants in her home. There is something very nice about plants at home . They make the home look cozy, and they are also healthy because some plants release oxygen. You can create your own little jungle anywhere in the house. Around or near a window or in a room with lots of light.
Here are some samples of my own home
big windows give this room lots of light and makes it look like an indoor garden
A big Monstera near the window
A true jungle.. mixed with flowers and plants
In the corner of the bedroom another Monstera and an Ivy plant trailing down the mirror
Even the dog loves his place in the jungle
With windows above you have the sunlight all day long
I sometimes move the furniture around to give it another look and to place plants differently helps them grow
Again I moved the table into the corner to make more room for another big plant
Indoor and outdoor garden combined
LETS GO OUT AND BUY MORE PLANTS TO ENJOY THE JUNGLE💚