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08 Jul

Window boxes from Bay and Box. How to add kerb appeal to a Victorian house.

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window boxes Window boxes from Bay and Box. How to add kerb appeal to a Victorian house.

Summer is the ideal time to get your outdoor space looking beautiful.

Last year, the trend was for revamping your back garden, but this year I’m focused on achieving some kerb appeal for the front of my home.

You may have seen previously that I added some bespoke Victorian tiles to my external walkway from Original Features. Now I’m turning my attention to my windows.

I’m sure by now you would have spotted my beautiful Bay and Box window boxes with lavender on the sills. Aren’t they so pretty?

Now, I’ll let you in on a secret. They are faux lavender but look really real.

They are just perfect for me, as I’m not great with looking after outdoor plants. window boxes You can select from a collection of window boxes from the Bay and Box website. I’ve picked the Parisian Grey boxes that look like concrete.

All of Bay and Box’s window boxes are made to fit terrace and bay windows. So what do you think? Aren’t the window boxes gorgeous?

I really think they have added some kerb appeal to my Victorian house.

The good news is that Bay and Box are currently on sale, so I’d grab yourself a bargain now if I were you. They are definitely worth it.

Bay and Box don’t just do window boxes, they do sell planters too.

If you need help with stunning artificial plants for your home or commercial premises, but don’t have time to do it yourself, then Bay and Box have also launched their sister site called Unreal Landscapes.

Their new service will be on hand to bring beautiful gardens to everyone.

Finally, hope you’ve enjoyed this post. I will be back soon with more interiors inspiration. Wishing you a wonderful day.

( All photography are by Geraldine Tan, editor of Little Big Bell. The window boxes were gifts for review. All opinions are my own.)

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