Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Spring Garden Updates

It seems as if the long, brutal winter we had here in Kentucky is finally gone for good, and spring is here to stay.  We had just about one of the most beautiful Easter weekends that I can remember in a long while and it got me excited for freshening up my outdoor space for spring.  Every year I feel as though I have to do a complete overhaul of my yard come spring, due to the toll that winter takes combined with a pair of wild dogs who destroy just about every inch of my backyard.  It's always a bit overwhelming at first, but this year I have plenty of fresh garden inspiration to keep me motivated.  Take a look at some of my favorite ideas below for adding the perfect touch of spring to your front porch, back patio, or garden, then come visit us at Street Scene where we have everything including seeds, vintage planters, indoor/outdoor rugs, furniture, and plenty of unique items to re-purpose for your garden!
  
Succulent planter made from an old lamp via Mod Vintage Life


plant hangers inspired from wire hangers via Iiiinspired

via Sb Chic

 via Stocksy


 via Pinterest

DIY outdoor bowling alley! via Apartment Therapy

 via Skona Hem


 antler hose hanger via Plateful of Love Blog

herringbone brick path via Green Designs

Maidenhair fern via Pinterest

painted planters via The Interiors Addict

gold foil pots via The Hunted Interiors

 via West Elm


 hanging herb garden via The Telegraph

simple moss planter via Sophie Munns

reclaimed pallet path via Funky Junk Interiors

hanging succulent planter with house number via Etsy

Monday, April 21, 2014

Monday Inspiration: Rompers



Hello, lovely Street Scene blog readers! After taking a brief hiatus from the blogging world, I am back from my break to bring you more inspiration, right in time for spring fashion! And what better way to start off spring with a post about rompers? These bad boys are perfect for warmer weather: they are light and airy enough to satisfy your need for dressing like it's summer, and unlike skirts, will protect you lest an unexpected breeze surprises you at the worst possible moment. They lend themselves perfectly to layering for windy days and cool nights, and can easily be dressed up or down for whatever occasion life throws your way. What's not to love?