Vintage Inspiration in the Garden
|Everyone loves a garden full of color and fun. This is my outdoor living room and relaxing space. We use it all summer long.|
It’s that time of year! Buds are popping tulips and daffodils are blooming, the birds are singing and the gardens are waiting for us to get out there and grow things!
|Our own Jerry Cook is the king of clever recycling, this machine has made an appearance at the Olympia arts walk several times. It really works and it's art too|If you have a small hidden piece of wall think about painting it a vivid color, red and green are amazing together. This wall holds a collection of suns and moons and it features seating along the facing wall to just relax and enjoy the space.
|We used river rock to replace grass and we love it. The focus is now on the flower beds|
|old wire baskets lined with moss make amazing succulent gardens, you could even put one on a small porch if you don't have a garden yet.|
|Hydrangeas make a showy and large place to pop in a shepherd's hook with something fun like a fish lantern.|
|Blue bottles have been put in gardens on trees around the world for a very long time.|
|Imagine these in your garden before and after all the colorful plants bloom. |
Fun pop of color.
|Gardens are the perfect place for a fun collection. I love rabbits and have a lot of them in my private Alice in Wonderland garden. The secret is to bring the breakables in before the first freeze.|
|What would you put under this gorgeous garden cloche? |
Its at Finders now but I'll bet not for long.
|I collect vintage lotus bowls and sea shells. I found the wicker coffee table out thrifting and filled it with shells. There are treasures to be found out there!|
|The Owly's at Finders Keepers have this amazing recycled yard art rabbit.|
I love him so much!