Welcome spring! The garden house is open! I have had so much fun decorating my garden house and I can’t wait to show you the spring tour!
If you’ve been looking for me lately, I’ve been out in my garden house, spending as much time there as I can. I’ve opened up the doors, swept out the winter dust, and welcomed spring. I started with a bunch of ideas, tried them on for size, stood back and evaluated, perhaps making an adjustment here and there and then moved on to the next with a whole lotta puttering mixed in. That’s my joy.
Whenever decorating is concerned, whether inside or out, I don’t like to think that a project is ever truly “done.” There’s always fine tuning along with small move-arounds here and there. I prefer no other way.
As I mentioned when I shared How To Make A Topiary That Will Last Forever, my goal is to bring in even more plants and cover all the surfaces, but stopping short before hitting overdone. I’ve taken my time choosing plants, with my favorite ferns displayed prominently throughout.
The Garden House Is Open!
A bunny to greet you. I found this bunny planter a few years ago and saved it until my garden house was built. Now, I have it displayed in full view housing a mossy plant. The popsicle stick lamp is a treasured find and I marvel at the patience the person had to make it with their own hands. Serious engineered design for a lamp, and it’s right at home on this front table.
Spring table at your service. I always like to have the table set, and for the next couple weeks, I’ll be using this tableware. I saw these plates from across the store and almost tripped over myself to race over to them. Designed with my favorite color trio and a bright moth in the center, these plates are perfect for the garden house spring tablescape.
This year, I decided to forgo displaying plates and glasses on the bar cart, but rather plants instead. Honestly, it makes more sense – it is a garden house after all. Here, I tucked in a few hurricanes to add a warm glow to the plants at night.
I could stand right here and stare at this perspective of the garden house. I’ve taken tons of inspiration from one of my favorite stores of all time, and brought in a few of those designs that I fell in love with. It’s the kind of store that, when I walk in, I always think that I could live there. That same feeling has always been the goal for my garden house, and this view gives that same verve. For this, I am so grateful.
The best place to sit and take a load off. This is a quiet place. The wifi is spotty so going on the phone is pointless. And I prefer that, at least for in here.
Welcome spring! I’m so happy you joined me on the spring photo tour of my garden house. If I go missing for a few days, you know where can find me. I’ll be right here.
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Brooke, every post inspires me. You are an amazing decorator. I cannot wait to emulate some of your decorating on my porch!
Brooke Fedigan says
Alicia! Thank you so much!!
Would love to sit out here with a refreshing drink and a book! Are you planning to scrape the excess paint off the windows at some point, or do you like the effect?
Brooke Fedigan says
Hi Elizabeth, thank you so much! At some point I may scrape the paint off some window, but I also kinda like the effect, too.