DIY Centerpieces That You Can Make in 10 Minutes
Here's a fresh idea (freshly picked from your garden, that is): Arrange rinsed stems in a pretty vase or vessel filled three-quarters of the way with water; keep it on the counter so you can easily pluck a sprig or petal when needed. Choose the types you use most often, like rosemary, or branch out with ones you want to try, such as shiso. Here, flowering mint, spicy chives, lavender, and rosemary create a striking bouquet. Basil should be loosely covered with a plastic bag to keep its leaves fresh longer.
At the beach house? This is "shore" to be a hit with your guests! Heighten the elegance of your summer party with these candlesticks, rising up from a sea of sand and shells.