Thursday, June 30, 2011

Outdoor Seating Areas



Having a larger sized property makes it possible to have various
seating areas for the versatility of having smaller secluded quiet 
spaces and the larger spaces for entertaining.

The Captain and and I are currently clearing out our large
property that is still way overgrown, making way for new and
exciting areas which are still in the planning stages.

I'll be featuring more garden spaces that inspire me, along
with informative articles that I find as we go through our
inspirational planning stage.

I love this intimate outdoor garden spot . . . a great little place to
escape and enjoy nature.  Love the chairs and the placement of
container plants to create the barrier.  The use of the fence as
a backdrop rather than trying to hide it is a great idea!

Click here for an informative article from Fine Gardening entitled
"Seating Areas Made Simple" for tips on creating awesome spaces
on your property.  The photo comes from this article.



5 comments:

Russ said...

Gina that looks great. You are very talented.
Have a good weekend.

Gina Alfani said...

Thanks Russ! Hope you have an awesome weekend as well :)

ImSoVintage said...

love your blog. i have a spot in the back i call my secret garden. it's a lovely place to sit.

found and followed you through the weekend blog hop. would love to have you visit me back.

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unikorna said...

Lovely idea, a lot of creativity :). I love your blog :). Kisses

Gina Alfani said...

We all should have a secret garden!

I'm so glad you all enjoy my blog . . . thank you for visiting and commenting :)

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