I started this company because I love design influenced by nature. Growing up in Nova Scotia you are surrounded by beautiful landscapes. These landscapes give you so much inspiration. After leaving Nova Scotia, I moved to the states and spent almost 10 years residing in the beautiful state of California! Recently I started thinking about things in nature that inspire me and a lot of things came to mind. The colour of a sunset, the way the light reflects on the sand, the flowers that grow seasonally, the way the seagrass reflects in the morning sunlight, the way the ocean has so many different hues throughout the day depending on the weather or sunlight of that day. I remember seeing pampas for the first time and thinking wow, it’s so beautiful yet simple and it’s a way to bring that natural design element into the home. That being said, I wanted to talk to you about some of my favourite natural forms of pampas:
Bunny tails in their natural form are perfect for small tabletop arrangements. I recommend two bundles to get that desired fullness.
Rabbit Tails are our newest addition to our pampas family. They give that rustic element to any design feature in the home.
Type 5 natural: I absolutely do adore this type of pampas. This pampas has stunning natural tones and the colours are very versatile depending on where you have it staged. Sometimes type 5 natural pampas will pick up gray tones or even beautiful jewel tones such as ruby or garnet. It looks great in small vases!
Type 1( in the natural gray tone): The more I display this one, the more I love it. Type 1 bleached white will always be a fan favourite for our pampas lovers! I do highly recommend this particular type as it adds a beautiful design element to any room, especially for people who love adding gray design features to a room!
Type 2 & Type 2 small in its natural form has beautiful gray tones! I love the way these droop and settle in a vase. The plumes are very full.
Type 6 in its natural form has gorgeous brown tones. It’s very feather-like. The brassy colour also has hues of gold, brown and white.
Type 6: Nude but some mistake it for being white because it has hues of blond that do come out and also sometimes it does have hues of light gray.
Type 6 Small: Still has the same beautiful hues as it’s larger form. This variation is wonderful for tabletop arrangements. It looks great mixed with our other natural pampas variations that we have. I personally love blending 3 stems of type 6 small with some bunny tails, 3 stems of type 2 small and some type 5 natural. The variety of textures can be mesmerizing together. Type 6 simple on it’s own is perfect for minimalist home decor, especially for those who love boho design!