Nature likes old homes. This time, it’s individuals delivering flowers inside a dilapidated building! Lisa Waud took an abandoned house in Detroit, collected florists, and filled it with flowers. It opened during the third weekend in October. Then it will be destroyed (with 75% reusable materials), and the lot will be used to grow flowers for Waud’s flower business.
A $500 purchase of two Detroit homes prompted Lisa Waud to launch this initiative. She started by renovating one of the homes to draw the other artists’ interest. Heather Saunders, a brilliant photographer, joined her team. They all labored to decorate the other home. The project’s website says Waud “can’t quit thinking about what can be done in those vacant rooms.” “I can’t wait to fill them with people and flowers. This is a life-long endeavor. And I couldn’t be happier to be in the thick of this beautiful chaos.”
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