my scandinavian home: Bohemian home of a Melbourne florist

Bohemian home of a Melbourne florist

Monday, 26 March 2012

You know when you see something and you get just a tinsy bit well,....jealous?! Well, when I spotted this Melbourne home of florist, Poppy on Keke I couldn't help getting a tad envious. Firstly I love Poppy's laid back, bohemian interior style (most of all her fab kitchen), then that she is a florist and spends her days working with beautiful plants (look at the way she has used flowers to brighten up her home) and finally she is an incredible chef and cooks a mean 'Love Fern Paella'! The funny thing is my home looks nothing like Poppy's, I am blonde and I am no mean cook. I did buy daffodils yesterday though...could that be a start?!







Thank you Kirra, for inspiring me with your wonderful blog and for allowing me to publish these pics. Oh and, for the wonderful Love Fern Paella recipe!

12 comments:

  1. Oh now I'm jealous too! That's gorgeous. x

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  2. I love the laid back flow of it all. Also love the container in the kitchen- almost looks like a fire extinguisher.

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    1. I wonder if it is?! So clever the way she has balanced the shelf with some bright red flowers at the other end too.

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  3. so colorful! you can almost feel the energy! really nice..

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    1. I love that even Poppy herself is colourful - you can really see how the home matches her personality.

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  4. Daffodils are definitely a start! My neighbor has daffodils in their garden and I keep eyeing them to snip snip (only in my mind, I would never do it). We r waiting for our tulips to grow (and hey, maybe they will be 'jellying' <-- new work for jealous that I just discovered last week). Such beautiful eclectic photos that are sooo 'serene' - lovely mix!

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  5. Her kitchen literally just inspired me to get up off this chair and finish the bathroom remodel that I started ages ago... thank you for sharing the inspiration!

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    1. So great to hear! :) It is a FAB kitchen isn't it? Good luck with your project!

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  6. Pretty good post. I just stumbled upon your blog and wanted to say that I have really enjoyed reading & watching your blog posts. Any way I’ll be subscribing to your feed and I hope you post again soon.
    Melbourne Florist

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