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How to Unite a Space With Flowers | A Cheerful Spring Arrangement featuring Hyacinths, Double tulips, Ranunculus, Larkspur, Queen Anne’s Lace, Quicksand roses, Lisianthus, Camellia, Willow Eucalyptus and Podocarpus created by Rebecca Dawn Design // JustineCelina.com
Creative Process, Dwell, Flower Education, Flowers, Living Room, Pantone, Plants, Spring

HOW TO UNITE A ROOM WITH FLOWERS


Flower children, I’m back tonight with a fresh post in our FLOWER EDUCATION series! It’s been a little while since I’ve published a dedicated flower education post — and I thought it was time to switch things up a bit! This post is a hybrid, merging FLOWER and DWELL categories — I’m sharing tips and tricks on How To Unite a Room With Flowers, in addition to the inspiration and details behind the stunning sister arrangements Rebecca Dawn Design created for our Living Room Reveal! I’ve always said that flowers are my not so secret weapon to elevate any celebration or space — I absolutely love to have fresh flowers in our home whenever possible. But today I’m sharing exactly how to select flowers that compliment your space and showcasing a variety of blooms and foliage not yet seen here at JustineCelina!

If you’d like to brighten up your space with some cheerful blooms but aren’t sure where to start, you’ve come to the right place! Pour yourself a delicious glass of rosé (hey, it’s hump day and we’ve earned it!) and enjoy a relaxing mid-week read dedicated to creating a cohesive space that feels fresh and inviting. I’m sharing where I source inspiration for flower content as well as flowers in our home, how I select flowers to compliment decor, colour palette and even the plants in a space (our urban jungle is expanding rapidly!). Learn more about how Rebecca worked with Hyacinths, Double Tulips, Ranunculus, Larkspur, Queen Anne’s Lace, Quicksand Roses, Lisianthus, Podocarpus and Camelia to create these complimentary arrangements that perfectly invoked the fleeting beauty of the season. Cheers, friends!

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A Guide to Bringing Autumn Flowers Into Your Home // JustineCelina.com + Rebecca Dawn Design
Dwell, Fall, Flower Education, Flowers, Pantone

A GUIDE TO BRINGING AUTUMN FLOWERS INTO YOUR HOME

Flower friends, it’s been awhile since our last FLOWER EDUCATION post — but today Rebecca Dawn Design and I are back with A Guide to Bringing Autumn Flowers Into Your Home! We’ve had an absolutely beautiful autumn here in Calgary and the changing landscape inspired us to switch up our decor and colour palettes indoors as well. With so many stunning fall blooms to choose from in October, Rebecca and I teamed up to create this moody autumn arrangement inspired by (you guessed it) the Pantone Fall 2017 Colour Trend Report — its been so much fun translating seasonal colour inspiration across categories!

If you’re ready to learn all about autumn blooms, explore the darker side of fall florals and add a cozy touch to your decor, this post is for you! Rich bordeauxs, warm neutrals, blush and grey have been making waves in all things fall FASHION — and they also translate beautifully to flower and interior design. Welcome autumn into your home today as we chat about familiar and unconventional fall blooms and foliage in this Guide to Bringing Autumn Flowers Into Your Home — including velvety, wine hued Ranunculus, peach Ranunculus, Mother of Pearl Roses (remember those beauties?), Astrantia, Scabiosa, Saracena Lily, Poppy Pods and Angel Wings Begonia Leaves! Rebecca also shares her expert autumn flower care tips to help extend the life of your autumn blooms for as long as possible.

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An Introduction to Autumn Flowers // JustineCelina.com x Rebecca Dawn Design
Create, Dwell, Fall, Flower Education, Flowers

AN INTRODUCTION TO AUTUMN FLOWERS

The leaves are turning, the air is crisp and fall is just around the corner — who’s ready to learn about autumn flowers? I’ve partnered with Rebecca Dawn Design to make flower education accessible here at JustineCelina and today we’re continuing our flower education series with An Introduction to Autumn Flowers. While most of us tend associate flowers with the spring and summer months, fall’s cooler weather also yields gorgeous seasonal blooms — and we’re excited to share them with you!

In today’s informational post we’re answering your most common questions about flowers and sharing some insider tips and tricks. You’ll learn about what’s in season, how to identify flowers, what to look for when purchasing, as well as how to care for and condition them. Rebecca also shares her inspiration for this stunning autumnal arrangement! We hope it inspires you to embrace autumn’s arrival by bringing fresh flowers into your home. If you’re hosting a Thanksgiving dinner and looking for some floral inspiration or have always wanted to learn about fall flowers, you’ll love this post! Continue Reading

An Introduction to Spring Flowers // JustineCelina.com
Create, Dwell, Flower Education, Flowers, Spring

AN INTRODUCTION TO SPRING FLOWERS

I’m so thrilled to bring you the first post in a collaborative, educational series all about flowers! It’s an absolute joy to be able to work with my friend and amazing flower designer Rebecca Dawn Design to make flower education accessible — and what better time than spring to begin? Today we’re kicking the series off with An Introduction to Spring Flowers! In this information-packed post we’re answering your most common questions about flowers and sharing some insider tips and tricks. You’ll learn about what’s in season, how to identify flowers, as well as how to care for and condition them. Rebecca shares her inspiration for this charming, freshly gathered arrangement and gives you some tips on how you can create your own! We hope it inspires you to embrace the season by bringing fresh flowers into your home. If you’ve always wanted to learn more about flowers but are intimidated or simply don’t know where to begin, you’ve come to the right place — we created this post just for you! Continue Reading

Pantone Colour of the Year 2019 Living Coral Inspiration | How to Incorporate Pantone's Color of the Year 2019 Living Coral in Your Home, Beauty Routine, Personal Style, Wardrobe, Flowers, Decor, Food, Drink and Entertaining this year | Living Coral Interior Design Trends | Pantone Living Coral Inspiration | How to Use Pantone Color of the Year 2019 Living Coral // JustineCelina.com
Beauty, Dessert & Treats, Digital Blooms, Dwell, Entertain, Fashion, Flowers, Food, Inspiration, Living Room, Makeup, Pantone, Plants, Roundups, Smoothies & Juices, Spring, Summer, Wine & Cocktails, Winter

PANTONE 2019 COLOUR OF THE YEAR INSPIRATION | LIVING CORAL


Happy love day, friends! This year, I’m putting a PANTONE 2019 Colour of the Year spin on Valentine’s celebrations with a warm, pink-hued introduction to all things Living Coral! By now, you’ve likely heard about 2019’s hottest hue — either here at JustineCelina, or elsewhere online. As a creative professional, I’ve followed PANTONE (the global colour authority for creative industries) for inspiration my entire career. In fact, I even have a section dedicated to them here on the blog to categorize all my PANTONE inspired work throughout the years! As someone who’s very inspired by colour, I love to stay informed about the latest colour trends and allow them to inspire, challenge and push my creative work.

As you can probably imagine, I’m particularly passionate about PANTONE’s selection for 2019! If you’re craving a serious dose of colour to help see you through these final wintery months as we (slowly but surely!) transition into spring, today’s post is an ode to Pantone’s 2019 Colour of the Year. Get ready for a mega dose of Living Coral inspiration — including my favourite ideas to inspire you to incorporate this beautifully vibrant and energetic hue into your personal style, home decor, plants, flowers, beauty routine and even your food and drink this year!

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Create, Digital Blooms, Flowers, Pantone, Winter

DIGITAL BLOOMS FEBRUARY 2019 | FREE DESKTOP WALLPAPER


Will you be our Valentine?! In honour of love month, Rebecca Dawn Design and I have created the dreamiest bed of roses inspired by Pantone’s Pink Peacock and Sweet Lilac for the February 2019 edition of DIGITAL BLOOMS! This free-spirited, feminine wallpaper features an exquisite array of the finest roses available — including Vendela, Quick Sand, Mother of Pearl, Cappuccino, Precious Moments, Roseberry and spray varieties (learn all about them here), with a healthy dose of  Ranunculus (learn all about them here) and Hellebores throw in for good measure!

Celebrate and share the love this month JustineCelina style by downloading February’s free tech wallpaper to infuse your (or your Valentine’s!) computer, tablet or phone with a romantic, whimsical touch! We hope these playful florals inspired by February’s quintessential flower and Pantone’s SS19 Fashion Colour Trend Report bring a little extra joy to your life this month. Your bed of roses awaits, lovers! Continue Reading

Fashion, Lookbooks, Occasions, Pantone, Vintage, Winter

WINTER 2019 LOOKBOOK


Beautiful people, I’m elated to share the first seasonal LOOKBOOK of 2019 here at JustineCelina! If you’re just tuning in and you didn’t catch my 2018 Review + 2019 Goals post last week, you may have missed the announcement that I’ll be producing one, 12 outfit LOOKBOOK seasonally this year to help inspire your sartorial choices — and I couldn’t be more excited about it! Although winter officially arrived about a month ago, we’re now in the heart of the season. Surprisingly, the weather here in Calgary has been very mild and relatively snow-free (most days have been above freezing!) — presenting some unique style options to a girl who’s used to making the most of our long, harsh Canadian winters!

With January sales in full effect and the onset of a new year, now is the perfect time to clean out your closet, identify holes in your wardrobe, get inspired and refine your personal style! As always, this LOOKBOOK features everything I’ve been wearing and loving in both personal and professional settings this season — a melange of high, low, old, new and vintage, along with tons of shoppable links at every price point! Although winter can be an uninspiring time for many in the FASHION department, I use cooler weather as an opportunity to experiment with cozy layers, sumptuous fabrics, unique textures, daring prints and a rich colour palette  to create polished looks to take me from day to night. You’ll find cold weather classics intermixed with a sprinkling of this season’s hottest trends, colours and a hopeful nod to spring’s blooming arrival — there’s truly something for everyone. I hope you enjoy my WINTER 2019 LOOKBOOK just as much as I enjoyed creating it! Continue Reading