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Art deco garden

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Art deco garden. Get inspired and try out new things.
Holtwood Hipster: Confessions // A Floral Meets Garden Shop

For most of my twenties, I dreamed of opening a flower shop. I found myself in my first house, throwing parties, enthralled with my garden and honing my arrangement skills. That lead to catering and floral work for other people's parties and half baked plans to open my own storefront. I kicked around names, knew just what I'd offer my patrons and drew up plans for what the shop would look like inside. As years dragged on, I got into more serious floral design projects- weddings and events…

The M&G Centenary Garden – ‘Windows through Time’ - a celebration of 100 years of Chelsea garden design, designed by Roger Platts, Gold medal winner, RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013.

The M&G Centenary Garden – ‘Windows through Time’ - a celebration of 100 years of Chelsea garden design, designed by Roger Platts, Gold medal winner, RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013.

Creative DIY garden containers - Birdcage with succulents

These creative ideas for planting wagons, carts, wheelbarrows, bikes, and whiskey barrels come from home gardens. Come explore the gallery and grab ideas for your garden.

A Recipe For Success: Creating A Garden Jellyfish

After this years series of stressful news and events, I really wanted to bring you guys a fun and whimsical planter idea for your garden or home. A Garden Jellyfish! I am not entirely sure how I came up with the idea; however, the finished product turned out way better than I anticipated so I decided to share with you how to create your own. It truly takes the idea of a hanging basket and turns it on its head! This is a longer tutorial, so I am going to jump right in. Shopping List: 14"…

Time to rethink coloured ceilings and woodwork | House & Garden

Painting your ceilings and woodwork in the same or contrasting colours to your walls is a bold design idea – here’s how the interior designers on our pages do it