Monday, March 23, 2015

Magazine Monday #2

Hello, friends!!  I am so glad Spring is here officially, at long last, and I am loving this weather!  The wonderful temperatures make me want to immediately head outside!  For today's Magazine Monday, I am sharing a few of my favorite gardens and outdoor spaces from the pages of Veranda, also one of my faves.  These are spaces you'd love to enjoy year-round, not just in the Spring!  I hope you enjoy the post!


The following are from Thomas Pheasant's Southampton Cottage.  To see the full gallery on Veranda, click here.

Sublime structured lines!


A gorgeous inviting space poolside.




I love this garden from Charlotte Moss' East Hampton home.  To view the galley, you may do so here.

Gorgeous and so beautifully manicured!


A place for a lazy reverie.  Perfection.



At Bunny Williams' gorgeous home in Litchfield, Connecticut, there is definitely attention to detail, but a with a softer hand, combining romance with structured strong lines.  A pretty pond surrounded by loveliness. 

I love the conservatory!  I'm so captured by the romance of bringing the outside in.  Aren't the climbing vines pretty!?  To see the complete slideshow, click here.



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8 comments:

  1. Wow, those are some amazing gardens. My favorite is the poolside one. I love how the eating area is covered. These photos motivate me to work on my small garden/backyard.

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  2. What a lovely place! Now back to spring cleaning for me.
    Amalia
    xo

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  3. What a beautiful, lush green garden! It would be impossible to attain that look here in Colorado due to our high altitude and dry climate We have to xeroscape with drought tolerant plants and shrubs.

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    1. Most of us, too....unless it's in the more northern parts of the state. Boo. :(

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  4. Such gorgeous gardens. What a great way to usher in spring!

    - Alma, The Tablescaper

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    1. If only it were that lush and green here! Thanks for stopping by!

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