Who’s ready to give their tech an autumnal makeover?! With fall officially upon us, I’m elated to share my October Digital Blooms Roundup featuring 11 Free Tech Wallpapers curating the very best fall flowers, foliage, berries and produce Mother Nature has to offer — preserved digitally for you to enjoy on the background of your computer, tablet or phone! If like me fall is your favourite season, you’ll adore this seasonal selection of digital downloads inspired by the changing landscape, crisp air, warm earth tones and abundant autumn produce.
Embrace that quintessential fall feeling on your digital devices with this lovely selection of DIGITAL BLOOMS featuring my all time favourite botanical ingredients — Amaranthus, Astilbe, Astrantia, Carnations, Chrysanthemum, Crabapples, Crested Wheatgrass, Dalihas, Goldenrod, Hops, Millet, Ornamental White Pumpkins, Panicum, Poms, Ranunculus, Riceflower, Rosehips, Saracena Lilies, Scabiosa, Sedum, Starry False Lily of the Valley, Sulfur Cosmos, Sunflowers, Queens Anne’s Lace, Zinnias and an array of leaves, berries and foliage hand foraged and harvested from our colourful Alberta landscape. Simply click through to choose from 11 free fall wallpapers to enjoy on the background of your computer, laptop, tablet, iPad and iPhone all month long!
Who else is so ready for fall?! Each September I savour the last few weeks of summer as Autumn Equinox approaches — but this year, I couldn’t be more excited its arrival! This magical month between summer and fall is my absolute favourite — the leaves slowly start turning, the temperatures start cooling and I find myself endlessly inspired by the changing landscape, crisp air and incoming trends. I relish in the process of channeling this inspiration into my life and creative work! Today, I’m thrilled to bring you mySeptember Digital Blooms Roundup, featuring 11 Free Tech Wallpapers inspired by this gorgeous, transitional time of year.
Refresh your tech for fall by downloading a free floral tech wallpaper incorporating some of late summer and early autumn’s prettiest flowers and foliage! September’s DIGITAL BLOOMS feature a lovely palette of summer pastels juxtaposed with autumn’s quintessential earth tones and deep berries across an eclectic assortment of seasonal flowers and foraged offerings. You’ll find an inspired assortment of Anemones, Astilbe, Angel Wings Begonia leaves, Barberry leaves, Chrysanthemums, Cotinus, Cosmos, Dalihas, Dusty Miller, Eremurus, Firewheels, Golden Tickseed, Hypericum, Larkspur, Pampas Grass, Poppy Pods, Ranunulus, an assortment of of Roses, Rudbeckia, Scabiosa, Strawflower, Stock, Sunflowers, Solidago, Sweet Peas, Thlaspi and Whiskey Grass at play in this gorgeous collection of early fall floral tech wallpapers. Click through to choose from 11 seasonally inspired designs to download to the background of your computer, laptop, tablet or phone — absolutely free!
It’s sunflower season — and I’m absolutely elated! Whether you’ve followed along for just a couple of weeks or a couple of years, you’ll know how much I adore sunflowers. From bringing them into our home, to incorporating them into my FLOWER content, to road-tripping to see fields of these sunny blooms, sunflowers have graced the pages of JustineCelinamany times!If you’re reading this post, there’s a good chance you love these sunny, quintessentially summer blooms just as much as I do. Last year, my Mom, little sister and I headed north to visit Bowden Sunmaze & Eagle Creek Farms for an unconventional girls night, to catch a glimpse of their renowned sunflower fields at sunset — and it was an absolutely beautiful evening. Fast forward to August 2021 and I’m thrilled they’ve reopened for the season, so I’ve updated this post with everything you need to know about visiting the SunMaze this year! I was also delighted to find their U-Pick Flower Fields were in full bloom, where I handpicked an autumn-inspired bouquet.
If you’ve always wanted to visit a Sunflower Field but aren’t sure what to expect, this post is for you! As we explore the boundaries of travel within our own province, I’m thrilled to bring you along on our trip to Bowden Sunmaze & Eagle Creek Farms as I detail everything you’ve ever wanted to know about visiting a sunflower field and flower u-pick — from location, to cost, to safety restrictions, to activities, to the best times to visit, to my best sunflower field photography tips! Craving a little adventure as we transition into autumn and want to see these stunning Alberta Sunflower Fields for yourself? There’s no time like the present — Bowden SunMaze is currently open for 2021 as of August 10th, offering tickets until September 20th. If you’re looking for a family-friendly outdoor activity, or are simply yearning for a cheerful digital escape, join us as we visit Alberta’s Bowden SunMaze on a gorgeous midsummer evening!
Flower friends, I’m thrilled to bring you my August Digital Blooms Roundup today, featuring 11 Free Tech Wallpapers celebrating the brightest, sunniest and most beautiful blooms summer has to offer! Over the past 5 years, I’ve preserved August’s quintessential blooms digitally with archive of uplifting floral wallpapers inspired by summer days and a vibrant colour story for you to enjoy all month long . August‘s DIGITAL BLOOMSRoundup features sunny Sunflowers (stay tuned for a fresh post in my ALL ABOUT series coming later this summer!) alongside an array of summer flowers, foliage and produce — and you can download them straight to your tech, absolutely free!
Break out your favourite sundress or straw hat and enjoy August’s sunny blossoms on the background of your computer, tablet or phone. Simply click through to grab these uplifting summer florals for your tech and bask in that carefree summer feeling all month long! Wishing you all a beautiful August — and happy Leo season to my fellow lions and lionesses!
Friends and fashionistas, I’m thrilled to share my first FASHION post of 2021 with you (it’s about time, isn’t it?!) dedicated to H&M‘s ultra dreamy A Meadow of Wildflowers Collection! Although my personal style and shopping habits have changed significantly as a result of the pandemic, I eagerly comprised my wishlist as soon as I saw previews of this collection pop up online last month. H&M‘s Wildflower Collection is a Spring 2021 release hailing from their Conscious range — featuring elegant, timeless silhouettes made from 100% organic cotton and linen, inspired by their print designers favourite wildflowers recreated in watercolour. Of all the limited edition collections H&M has released (many of which I’ve worn, loved and featured here at JustineCelina over the years!) this the collection of dreams for my free-spirited, art college educated, flower loving soul!
As soon as the (partial) collection arrived online in Canada, I ordered every piece on my wishlist available in my sizes. Shortly after their arrival, we spent an evening venturing around the stunning natural landscapes near my childhood home in rural Alberta capturing these images — and it felt incredible to get excited about shooting fashion content outdoors after a long winter! As of publication, many of these pieces are now sold out online — and some pieces on my wishlist also aren’t yet available online, but are available in store, so I suggest keeping an eye out for online restocks or using the in-store locator to source specific pieces near you. That said, I wanted to publish my dedicated H&M Wildflower Collection Review for you as soon as possible, so you can use it to inform your collection purchases! Accompany me to the sun drenched, wildflower laden fields of the Alberta prairies for my bohemian spin on the collection, styled up with spring and summer accessory staples.As always, this post is complete with shoppable links for both Canada and the US!
Interior design lovers, I’m thrilled to welcome you back into our sun drenched Living Room for my first dedicated DWELL post of the year! So what exactly have I been up to around here? Well, to be completely transparent, all the brand partnerships I had lined up for our SPACE REFRESH series this year were postponed (some indefinitely) due to COVID. I had so many plans for our remaining rooms, along with updates to spaces you’ve already seen, but due to the current situation, they simply haven’t been possible. Instead, I’ve been focusing on making small tweaks and seasonal updates to already finished spaces so that we can fully enjoy them with all the extra time we’ve spent at home! I’m allowing things to come together naturally, ideas to ebb and flow organically and working away on our home when I feel inspired to do so — because if this pandemic has taught me anything, it’s that life doesn’t always go according to plan. Lately I’ve been cozying things up for autumn, picking up a few new key pieces and restyling items we already own in new ways, so I thought it was about time I share our Transitional Summer Meets Autumn Decor with you here at JustineCelina, if you’re doing the same and looking for inspiration!
This year we’ve opted to keep things lighter and brighter as we transition into a new season — and it feels like a perfect blend of summer and fall. It’s the magical time of year where we can enjoy the best of both summer and autumn out in nature, in our homes, on our plates and in our wardrobes — and I’m fully embracing it! Despite the pandemic’s challenges, we’ve experienced the warmest autumn I can remember — and I’ve definitely channeled that inspiration into our home this season. I love to experiment with juxtaposition in my personal style and in my home — I’m all about mixing high with low, old with new and modern with traditional. Each year, my inspiration hits an all time high as summer blends into autumn and I explore new ways to translate this seasonal shift into our inner city Calgary apartment! Fall decor doesn’t have to be expensive, overwhelming or impractical — and today I’ve rounded up all my best transitional decorating tips and favourite sources for affordable, quality pieces to refresh your space. If you’re a fellow apartment dweller, working with a small space (or a modest budget!), you’ve come to the right place — pour yourself a glass of crisp rosé and curl up on the sofa as I share our Transitional Summer Meets Autumn Decor!
Good morning, flower friends! I’m thrilled to bring you October 2020’s Free Floral Wallpaper today — featuring an entirely local selection of flowers, wild grasses and foraged prairie foliage in celebration of harvest season. Last month you read all about our trip to Bowden SunMaze & Eagle Creek Farms where I handpicked the flowers you’ll see in my Autumn 2020 Digital Blooms here at JustineCelina — and I couldn’t be more excited to begin sharing them with you! My first u-pick flower experience was absolutely magical and I had so much fun strolling up and down the rows, clippers in hand, curating ingredients for my upcoming FLOWER content. That weekend, I foraged our country property for wild additions as the fall colours were just starting to trickle in to the landscape — and I came home with a bucket full of wild grasses, berries and early autumn foliage to play with. I also spent the weekend painting some new custom backdrops in a palette inspired by the Pantone Autumn/Winter 2020/2021 Colour Trend Report, which you’ll see in my content moving forward — starting with October 2020’s Digital Blooms!
I hope you’re not sick of Sunflowers just yet — because this month’s DIGITAL BLOOMS features both yellow and brown centred varieties, complimented by Yellow Zinnias, Sulfur Cosmos, Goldenrod, Starry False Lily of the Valley, Rosehips and Crested Wheatgrass whimsically arranged on an Pantone inspired Rose Tan background. Each component of October’s free tech floral wallpaper is currently growing right here in Alberta, capturing the fleeting beauty of late summer blooms as we transition into early autumn’s berry season. Embrace this seasonal shift on the background of your desktop computer, laptop, tablet or mobile phone by simply clicking through to download October 2020’s Digital Blooms — absolutely free! Here’s to enjoying the beauty of this season digitally, as well.