From red roses for your engagement party, to yellow roses to say thank you to someone special, Bespoke Bouquet specializes in long-stem luxury roses. The Joburg based online florist is ready to provide for all your flower needs, with guaranteed customer satisfaction.
Details: [email protected] | (0)11 883 1969
Offering a wide range of flowers, Flora Niche guarantees exceptional quality and freshness at the best prices. You can order your flowers from Flora Niche online and have them delivered the very same day, nationwide!
Details: [email protected] | ( 0)87 551 1430
If you're looking for a flower bouquet for Mom or Dad, flower arrangements or flower baskets, your first stop should be In Motion Flowers. Whether it's roses or lilies you're looking for, you can get it here, along with hampers, gifts and yummy treats.
Details: [email protected] | 086 197 7468
Bloomable (formerly SA Florist) pride themselves on connecting people looking to buy fresh flowers and beautiful gifts, to the actual artisans who create them. They deliver nationwide and offer same day delivery. Order the bouquet of your dreams at their online store.
Details: [email protected] | 087 231 0319
Multiflora has great deals on stunning fresh flowers for everyone. You can buy flowers for any special event here. Whether you're a private consumer or a florist interested in wholesale prices, there will be something to cater to your needs. Otherwise, simply become a buyer and learn how the auction system works.
Details: 1 Marjorie St, City Deep, Johannesburg | [email protected]| (011) 613-4011
Know of other great florists in Joburg not mentioned above? Let us know below!
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If not all of us, most of us have a stack of magazines just laying around serving no real purpose in our lives anymore. Sure, some magazines have great articles that you think you’ll refer back to at some later date, but let’s be honest with ourselves: we’re just going to buy new magazines in the following months. Get rid of the clutter and throw those magazines away, or better yet, recycle them!
For book lovers, if your book collection keeps growing and your coffee table can no longer hold any more books, it’s time to invest in a bookshelf. Not sure where to get one? We love the bookshelf options from Superbalist if you're looking for something more stylish. But, if size matters, have a look at Furniture Warehouse.
Clothes are simple really, but we like to complicate them by thinking, “I might need to wear that to an event” but really, if you haven’t worn it in a year, donate it to charity, sell it at a thrift shop or give it away to someone who’ll make use of it. Don’t be a hoarder: declutter your wardrobe and declutter your life. Besides, you’ll have more space to buy and store that cute outfit from Zara!
If it’s broken, discoloured, has no sentimental value, never worn and just taking up space in your jewellery box, then it is time to let it go. On the upside, if it’s fine jewellery but maybe you can’t really tell whether it’s worth keeping or not, get yourself a sizable jewellery box from your nearest luggage or accessories store.
If you can’t even remember when you bought certain make-up essentials and cosmetics, this means you haven’t used them in a long while and you should most certainly toss them in the trash. If you buy your make-up from M.A.C., you can recycle old containers (six) with them and get a new lipstick, lip gloss or eyeshadow in return. Make-up case looking a little empty after the declutter? Visit Superbalist and Zando online to stock up on some fresh items.
There’s always a better way to store your dry towels, toilet paper rolls and toiletries. Pimp your bathroom out with towel racks, toilet paper holders, soap dispensers or soap dishes. Not sure where to get all these nifty accessories? We highly suggest you start off at Mr Price Home for some stunning and good quality options. Also, don't forget to throw out all the empty shampoo and conditioner bottles, lotions, ragged loofahs and all the things you generally don't want to keep anymore.
It is crucial to throw away expired medication and vitamins. Check your medicine cabinet quarterly for expired medication or vitamins and toss them in the trash. Not only is this beneficial in knowing what medicine and vitamins you actually have, but you also prevent risking your health by treating yourself with expired pills.
With our busy lives, it’s easy to lose track of what we have in our kitchen cupboards and refrigerators. Make it a habit to do a weekly check of your kitchen cupboards and refrigerators for expired, old, rotting and unused food and food products. This not only declutters your kitchen space, but you also avoid any unpleasant surprises and persistent pungent smells.
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