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What's the most popular colour for your home?

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What's the most popular colour for your home?

  • Drab to Fab
  • Grey or Gray?
  • Add some Cheerful Colours
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Pink Camellia

Drab to Fab

If you’re looking for some quick and easy home decor ideas that will take your space from drab to fab in next to no time. And all you want to do is give your space a little revamp - why not give it a garden-fresh look. 

Grey or Gray?

Grey or gray is considered the most popular interior colour for the home at present. A cool, neutral, and balanced colour according to the experts and described as formal, conservative, and sophisticated. The designers and decorators state that, “soft elephant grey is a perfect colour for a bedroom, or any space that speaks serenity and peace”. It is considered that the calmness that a soft grey creates can be countered by a deep brick red shade.  Other words that represent different shades  of grey are: charcoal, slate, ash, gunmetal, silver, dove grey, powder grey, oyster, pearl, taupe, etc., 

Add some cheerful colours

You could achieve maximum impact with minimal effort by adding some flower pots and keepsake boxes in bright and cheerful colours.


Vision of a summer garden

Start bringing your vision of a summer garden to life with our range of plant pots and then add some of the extensive array of premium flowering plants that are now available in the garden centres. Young plants that will grow on you can also be popped into small pots or cell trays to nurture them before planting in your chosen flower pot theme.  Also, it may still be cold outside but it’s also time to start sowing seeds that will grow into beautiful flowers.
 
Our Climate Change Project

Like most people climate change has been on our minds a lot - causing havoc for wildlife and plant life, putting lives at risk and more recently the devastating fires.

And so, for 2020 we decided to put together some designs that reflected our thoughts and caring wishes for all those affected. You may not be aware that our re-useable terracotta pots and saucers are sourced from Europe, mainly France, Spain and Italy. All our pots, saucers and wooden boxes are made to order – only our original design is photographed and then kept and offered at our twice a year sales. The designs include Animal Prints, Exotic Appeal, Orchids and Palms, Safari and Elephants. Look out for further additions.


 February Flowers of the month

The birth flowers for the month of February are the violet and the primrose. The Violet signifies watchfulness, loyalty, and faithfulness. Give a violet to someone to let them know you’ll always be there for them. The Primrose lets someone know you can’t live without them.
 
Birthstone of the month of February

Amethyst is a word of Greek origin meaning calm and is the birthstone for February. The Amethyst is associated with matters involving cash or any lawful issues and is held to be a gemstone for wealth and prosperity.
 
Special Days in February/March

26 Feb   Lent
3 March  World WildLife Day
6 March  Employee Appreciation Day
8 March Daylight Saving

Best Wishes from the PPP Crew



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