Cocoon Botanicals: California Style

It's official.  Last week Natalia began working on the West Coast version of Cocoon Home Botanicals.   Using natural materials and vintage finds as planters, she used succulents, bromeliads and other plant materials to tell a green story with her one-of-a-kind compositions.  Take a look at her latest projects and stay tuned for more botanical developments from Cocoon Home:

These  captivating plantings are perfect for garden entertaining areas or indoors to add a touch of  [low maintenance] organic energy to your interiors.  If you're interested in acquiring or commissioning a Cocoon Home botanical please contact:  We welcome botanical projects of any scale.

Zoe's Bedroom Update

I recently added a few touches to Zoe's room to introduce a touch of glam and a bit of rustic flair.  Now, a framed needlepoint horse found  at Farmyard Darlings hangs perfectly above her bed and bubbled glass pulls update her closet doors.  Take a look:

Have you made any recent updates to your space?  If so, do share!

Out And About: Farmyard Darlings

Tucked away among an array of lovely plants at Mt. Diablo Nursery lives Farmyard Darlings, this week's Out And About featured shop.  Upon entering the space one is immediately greeted by two very warm-hearted and high spirited women:  Carole Sinclair and Kim Berry, founders and creative forces behind FYDs.  Their love for vintage finds and rustic collectibles comes together seamlessly in this shop.  They stock it with custom designed and repurposed items reminiscent of the Old West.  Take a look at how they've  honed down a unique niche while staying true to their vision.

Introducing the Farmyard Darlings: 

Be sure to checkout and like the Farmyard Darling's Facebook page and if you're a local join them this Friday evening for a dose of East Bay holiday cheer.

Don't forget to enter to win one of three home decor books on Cocoon Home Blog!