Wimbledon Homes & Gardens

Wimbledon Homes & Gardens

Posted by Helene Arentz | 5 May 2017 | Home & Garden

Have you ever being tempted to look through the window when you pass a beautiful house? Not as in climbing up a wall or anything! I’m talking about the not so subtle ‘side eye’ when sailing by.


Well, with the Championships approaching, more or less every pair of eyes around the world will be focused on Wimbledon.

We all get a little excited when the atmosphere is hitting town. Personally, I love to see the first ‘Official Tennis Association’ car passing by, or the first window decorations in the shops. Of course, this is also the time of year we should indulge ourselves in garden projects, or at least do the planning… in a deck chair.

Relax your shoulders and start inviting friends, family or neighbours for low key dinner parties in the spring and summer months. Throw out your linen table cloth, push the start button on the grill, and enjoy!

Take a look at the pretty greenery and flowers I spotted around town:

A little inspiration from my home:

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Helene Arentz

Scandinavian interior designer Helene is a doyenne of creative home transformation, pairing personality and atmosphere with beautiful functionality. This is her inside story…

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