starting your spring cleaning in an area that can be finished in a single morning. For many of us, the bathroom or hall closet is a good choice. Go for obvious junk first, such as expired medications and empty bottles of shampoo (be sure to dispose of medications properly — do not flush down the toilet), and
days of spring to wash my pots before replanting them. Find a dry, sheltered place to store your pots to protect them from months of freeze-thaw cycles. My storage area is the back corner of a covered patio; a shed or garage would also do the trick. I have also had luck leaving large, glazed pots right
in the spring and grow fresh herbs right on your porch — whether in flowerpots, hanging baskets or planters on the railing. This creates an inviting, relaxing space and will help to keep the porch cool and fragrant in summer.See more about living the porch life
Bone's spring 2012 collection and combine navy with turquoise. Or just add a pop, as Peter Som does in this ensemble, which speaks to the bedroom pictured not only for it's exceptional use of navy and turquoise, but also for the fun application of zebra!