Saturday, August 11, 2007


By now your garden is growing strong with great big blooms and greenery. If you want to make your garden even better and bring the garden flair inside, look at the picks below to stay inspired!

Photo Courtesy of John Derian
If your flowers look something like this consider yourself blessed. John Derian, the master of decoupage, always finds the sweetest prints to use in his designs. Wall mounted plates are a great alternative to wallpaper....Check out the vast selection of plates of every shape and size at John Derian

Photo Courtesy of New York Botanical Shop in the Garden
Add a touch of whimsy to your hydrangeas with Dragonfly Plant Stakes from The New York Botanical Shop in the Garden. Their buyers manage to come up with delightful finds like this.

Photo Courtesy of The Elegant Earth
English garden ornaments evoke a gentler more gentrified time. Statuary, orbs and urns were all present in the gardening oasis known for moist air and the perfect rose. Find this majestic Large Garden Finial plus many other classic ornamentation at The Elegant Earth

Photo Courtesy of Pablo Mekis
Embroidery has the ability to show incredibly realistic details. The best pillows around are handmade in Chile from Pablo Mekis. The array of sea life, critters and flora is sublime. Available through Pablo Mekis Creative Pillow Covers

Photo Courtesy of Inner Gardens
L.A.'s best garden resource Inner Gardens carries an incredible array of antique and new planters and furniture. These 1920's concrete planters are easy to covet. Check out the choices at Inner Gardens and do not miss their warehouse.

Photo Courtesy of
The Arbor Gardener Basket from Nantucket Inc has storage space in the center for gloves and seed packets.

Photo Courtesy of Napa Home and Garden
Take the freshly cut stems and place them in a bright tulipiere. Yellow is the color now and for fall. Find it at stores that carry Napa Home and Garden.

Photo Courtesy of Pierre Frey
Espalier wallpaper from Pierre Frey is just the thing to liven up a sun room. The leaves and orderly pattern created by the vines is free flowing and symmetrical. Or you can use it because it is totally charming!

Photo Courtesy of Campo de Fiori
Buying new aged and seasoned looking planters is great because the worn patina is already there. These Aged Woven Planters come from Campo de Fiori, the best terra cotta source.

Photo Courtesy of Rice
Low maintenance plastic goes a long way in the summer. These great plastic planters come in a rainbow of colors from Rice add a touch of whimsy to the garden. Find them at Rice

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