Verónica Peña’s mother nature-motivated fragrances are held in blown-glass bottles with picket lids that can be reused as present day bud vases. They glisten between the curiosities in this Mexico Town fragrance boutique, exactly where pressed flower petals, seashells, and branches scattered across lengthy, wooden tables give the put a excellent mad-scientist-meets-Mother-Nature vibe.
Go organic. You really don’t will need high priced decorations, “just stones or shells or dried flowers,” suggests Peña, who makes mosaics of colorfully painted seeds as artwork pieces for her retail outlet. “We merge mother nature and inventive expression. You can dry flower petals by laying them on a tray, then set them in a glass bottle for [colorful decor].”
Obtain a magnifying glass. Do not let it get any place close to your pores — simply place it on a silver tray. Permit it encourage you to “choose a second to mirror,” states Peña. “We use magnifying glasses to get a close glimpse at mother nature, and they can also be a pleasant reminder to take a closer appear at yourself and [your surroundings].”
Blend components. Put a dried rosebud on a tray with purple lipsticks, or scatter pebbles amid smoky shadows. Curate by idea, displaying related objects in trays, says Peña. “I like to preserve Monstera, a green perfume, with all the environmentally friendly points that remind me of the jungle.”
Degree up. Stack an product, like a lipstick, perfume, or face mask, on a wood block (publications get the job done way too) to draw notice to it.
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