If you follow my convoluted train of thought we end up being inspired by honey. For me, honey inspiration crosses over from food, to fashion and even into home decor. You’ll recall over the past couple of months I have used a food or color as inspiration and shown the connection across all three lifestyle interests. And I am at again!
The sweet sticky deliciousness of honey can be affected by the type of flower or flowers that the bees have access to. Here in the Southern Hemisphere and particularly in Australia and New Zealand the bees have plenty of access to Melaleuca and in some areas Lavender. If you haven’t tried Melaleuca Honey, you should, it is amazing! When I was studying nursing there had been number of researchers studying the healing properties of honey and they found that the Melaleuca Honey was very beneficial for wound healing.
Over the next few days I’m hoping to share with you some inspiration I have found while thinking about honey and its many shades.
I think those of you in the Northern Hemisphere might like this colour inspiration because these are classic Autumnal colours and will be seen more and more over the coming months as your weather cools. These warm toasty shades are perfect for those cool days and chilly nights.
Here is a taste of Honey Inspiration for you. We’ll look at all of these and more in greater detail over the next few days in part as a celebration of Spring 2012 and also to help you in the North stay warm and toasty.
Hope you enjoy!
- Hip Tip: Host a Honey Tasting (hiphostessblog.com)
- A Sweet New Year (saltandserenity.com)
- Some Honey, Honey? (bathedbynature.wordpress.com)