Saturday, May 14, 2011

How To Color Echo

Most important, below, Landscape Design feature? SIMPLICITY. Nothing between view, meadow, lake. (Bushes seen were already there. Client asked for more bushes! Puppet Barbuda KNOWS Mr. Testosterone-On-Wheels-Mow-Blow-Go-Commodify-Everything-I-Touch would, indeed, put more bushes here. CHA-CHING. )
Those chairs? Ubiquitous plastic wally-world cheap. Painted, they become HERS.
At the top, above, of her drive, colors arranged to PERFECTION on a simple bottle tree.
Colors Echoed in the chairs beyond.
Garden & Be Well, XO Tara
Pics taken yesterday at my client on Lake Coweta, she's DIY, in Newnan, GA. Her garden is on tour today. Can't wait to show you more of it.


Cher' Shots said...

I'm loving that 'pop' of color! Both in the chairs and the wine bottle tree.
'hugs from afar'

Jeanne said...

Love quirky Tara...this has it in spades! Looks like a great place to sit and ponder life :)

Jeanne xx

Thx for your comment today, much appreciated!!

NellJean said...

Every time I see Adirondack Chairs something goes 'ping' in my head and I desire to have some immediately -- all of one color, though. Then I remember how difficult it is for little old people to get in and out of them.

I think those chairs are tied in my memory to Brother Mack building some once when I was very small.

Cozy Little House said...

Yes, I love this. It is like an echo.

A.J.Barnes said...

I'm so taken by the outdoor room shown on your blog header! It's fantastic...Is it your project? Or there other photos on the blog?

Lydia said...

Hi! It was sure nice catching up on your blog. Love the simple changes of dropping in color- and humor, too- with the bottle tree!

Linda@ Lime in the Coconut said...

Lovely place to wile away the hours!!