Every new year we start out setting goals or giving ourselves a push in some way to do better than the last year. The home has become the central part of our lives in the past few years. Our spaces may have once been a place to come and go, but are now a constant part of our day and night routines. Staying home is trending.
What a great time to create your outdoor sanctuary.
As the chaos of the holiday season begins to settle down, and we start to find those moments quiet, now is the time to think about what can be once the weather warms up.
Our outdoor spaces lay dormant this time of year, quietly sleeping in the short daylight hours of winter. Planning your garden space in January and February in preparation for the warmer months allows you the spring time to enjoy the space.
Selecting the right elements: a fountain for the relaxing sound of water.
Add a bird bath or bird feeder to your space. The Classic Cottage Bird House by Good Directions is ready for the feathered friends to return from their winter trip. These all make for an engaging and enjoyable outdoor sanctuary.
An Inside Garden: Adding the Element of Nature to your Interior Space
Not all of us have a bit of earth to plan a garden, but even in the most urban of spaces you can incorporate fabulous garden elements.
The use of a self-watering planter makes indoor plants easy for everyone. The Modesto Tall Planter by Mayne has an interior reservoir that regulates the water while keeping the space clean. These planters are perfect for indoor or outdoor use. Choose the right plant for your lighting and add the element of nature to your urban space. Indoor plants cleanse air too. Take this time to plan your space for natural elements, find your happiness in the garden, whether inside or out.