I always keep a jar of honey (that includes honeycomb) in my kitchen. As as much as possible, I use honey when baking (and even cooking) because honey is such a natural way to sweeten up a meal. Even Michelle Obama would agree with me on this one. Did you know that the Obamas are the first first family to have bee hives at the White House? Whether or not I have outdoor space I know that’s something I could never pull off having. A fresh convenient little herb garden — yes. A collection of bee hives — no.
Whether it’s used in the kitchen, or used as inspiration around a home — I think the honeycomb pattern is gorgeous and is a fantastic way to incorporate the beauty of food into your decor. Take a look at a few ideas:
What a fantastic way to put the honeycomb pattern in a bedroom! The shape’s edges are curved and soft so they aren’t a stiff hexagon! (Not to mention, the color is fantastic!)
Look closely here and you’ll see what looks to be a renovated park fence type of wall decor. What an incredible way to hang items on a wall too!
I couldn’t help it — I had to include a piece of jewelry! So simple and elegant, the shapes from a honeycomb make the perfect necklace!
(Note: these photos were taken from Pinterest. Take a look on my site for further references! And be sure to follow me, I’ll follow back! I’m always interested to see what everyone is pinning about!)