Thursday, July 29, 2010

garden walk ~ part two

Ready for the second part of the
GardenWalk?...


{amazing carriage house}
{100 year old fountain}

 
{love the gray-blue color with the brick!}


{so creative--two walls covered in hanging baskets}

 

{one of my favorite combinations of all--the peeling
blue-gray paint revealing brick, the roses, and
the very rustic trellis!}
{would love to find a spot for an old chair with
pots like this one}

 
{a cool outdoor kitchen sink}



Thanks for coming along :)

21 comments:

  1. I enjoyed both part 1 and 2, immensely!

    Love, katy Noelle

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  2. Thanks, for sharing...so many beautiful gardens and ideas.

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  3. this is absolutely gorgeous....but of course, so is your sweet blog! thank you for allowing us to have a little peek into these beautiful gardens!

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  4. Thank you, that was lovely.

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  5. I love the pots on the wall idea and I am going to move some of my clay pots onto my old garden chair! Thanks for sharing the ideas, Deb...:)

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  6. No! thank you for letting us tag along:)

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  7. thank you for sharing the beauty

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  8. Love the blue painted porch, so inviting.
    Great adventure, thank you.

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  9. Thank you for sharing your beautiful walk. I just love that fountain.

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  10. Thank you for taking us along.
    I wonder what it is about garden doors that I love so much. I know one appears in The Secret Garden but actually, I've never read the book so can't connect it with that. Great photo(s) xx

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  11. Like a little mini-vaction. So mnay beautiful old homes. I just do not get to see a lot here. Thank you for sharing xoxox Clarice

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  12. Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful garden tour. The houses remind me of the oldest European settler homes here in Wellington - only ours are made from timber (earthquake country). What a lovely way to enjoy a summer Sunday and the beauty of these glorious gardens.

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  13. Hi there! just found your blog & so excited, it looks awesome!

    off to browse!

    xo,
    Shellagh

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  14. I peeked down at Part I, too. What a great tour. Some of those yards are just breathtaking! How nice for you to get to go.

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  15. So beautiful! Thanks for sharing the beauty of the garden walk with us. I'm sure it was so serene, so relaxing to be there in person because it was just looking at the pictures.

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  16. This pictures are so beautiful. Thank you for sharing all this garden loveliness with us.

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  17. Hola Deb, thank you so much for this lovely garden ride. I have loved finding your blog, I don´t remember from where I have got into you...love your decor style and your shop is absolutely gorgeous!!!
    Greetings from Chile,
    maria cecilia

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  18. Thank you so much for the lovely garden walk, beautiful indeed.

    Smiles....

    Beverly

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  19. Thanks for the lovely walk. The colors of the buildings are so amazing. Love the photos! Jean

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Thank you for taking time to leave a comment--I love reading each and every one! I will try to answer any questions you have in the comment section. Due to the amount of spam, I am sadly no longer able to accept Anonymous comments....Kindly, Deb

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