|I wanted to share the changes that we made in the Greenhouse this week end. |
The first thing we did was put some fabric panels on the ceiling to give us some shady places to sit. Then, H hung two candelabras from the beams.
|The flower 'bed " was planted with roses and purple Salvia......|
|I had bought these cute metal chickens in the 90% isle at HL last year, so I hung them over my hanging flower baskets.|
|I have the same fairy garden from last summer mat the end of the flower "bed". I plan to freshen it up later.|
|I replaced the burlap drape under the potting table with fabric that matches the panels on the ceiling. Below is a photo of how it looked last year.|
|Matching fabric was also added to the arch over the potting table and I topped the fabric with a faux geranium swag. Where did I get my fabric? From a $2 yard sale sheet, of course!|
|I bought this arched mirror ($5) at a yard sale Saturday and the tractor water sprinkler is an auction buy from last summer.|
|I hung some pretty flower basket on the east side of the greenhouse.|
|I cut a fresh flower bouquet from the garden and put them in clear mason jars.|
|At the end of the east side of the greenhouse is a changing table that I repuposed to set tomato plants on.|
|I had some plants in the drawers earlier, but H took them out and planted them before I got my photo's....lol! I have my Diet Cream soda ready......|
|Some magazines to read......|
|Think I'll sit down and take a break and enjoy the greenhouse.....|
|Those fabric panels have sure made it cooler in the greenhouse!|
|I hope you enjoyed your tour of the greenhouse.....come back soon!|
My goodness penny, your greenhouse is so lovely. I love the new additions. I will take a chandy in almost any room.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing at DI&DI.
What a beautiful space. I'l like to curl up in that wicker chair and read awhile.ReplyDelete
Oh, my goodness! It looks like you went all out. I would never have thought about doing all of that with a greenhouse.ReplyDelete
Love what you have done with the greenhouse! That would be a very good place to have tea and read. I just finished Susan Branch's latest book and I can imagine her creating something like this.ReplyDelete
Thank you ever so much for sharing this pretty Spring gardening inspiration with us at the Garden party! Makes my heart happy:) Your greenhouse is amazing and beautiful!
Oh, Penny, this is gorgeous! I LOVE the panels and everything looks really pretty. What a lovely spot to sit out of the sun! It looks like a happy place. Thanks so much for sharing and linking and have a beautiful day.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous, Penny. Your Greenhouse is a lovely get-away!ReplyDelete
Penny, how do you do it? You make everything you touch beautiful. I would just die to have a little gardening greenhouse like yours.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing at the garden party. As always, I'm a pinning madwoman. :)
Oh, my goodness! What a fabulous little retreat.ReplyDelete
You are a marvel!
I need a greenhouse.
You are so talented.
I am so glad you shared this at our Garden Party!
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So glad you also shared this at Thoughts of Home on Thursday!Delete
Penny,I love the addition of the fabric. It serves as both function and beauty! Always love seeing your greenhouse! Thanks for sharing at the garden party.ReplyDelete
Beautiful flowers! Thanks for showing us your greenhouse! Blessings, JanetReplyDelete
Oh my what a wonderful greenhouse so elegant!! What a fun place to come and relax so many things to take in, thank you for sharing on the Oh My Heartsie Girls WW this week!ReplyDelete
Have a great week!
OMG!! Stunning!! I so love the addition of the fabric panels and the fabric itself is such a pretty pattern!! Those chandy's are drop dead gorgeous! I think every one would die for a green house like yours!! I know I would!! LOL!!
Your greenhouse is a such beautiful place to stay.ReplyDelete
Oh my heavens! I am so far behind in blogland, this is the first I have seen of your beautiful greenhouse. What an oasis! I am feeling so envious but joyfully so. I love every little thing about this space and will be back to look it over often I'm sure. Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful room!ReplyDelete
The bell has gonged - you are the winner of the cutest garden house for sure! I love it. So glad you shared and linked!
Oh Penny when my garden grows up I hope it is as lovely as yours. Thank you so very much for linking up to the garden party. Your post was completely enchanting.ReplyDelete
I cannot express how beautiful this space is. I am in awe!! Beautiful. I found you on Talented Tuesday. I am so glad I did.ReplyDelete
Everything looks so pretty!ReplyDelete
Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!
Oh Penny, I would so live in your green house! LOL! Absolutely beautiful. LOVE everything about it! I would be sitting out there with coffee in hand in the mornings. Hugs and blessings, CindyReplyDelete
This greenhouse is so impressive! What a beautiful place. I would love to spend hours in there. Thank you so much for visiting Inspiration Thursday!ReplyDelete
Wow that is really beautiful in your greenhouse. :)ReplyDelete
TFS this at Cooking and Crafting with J&J.
I love your greenhouse! And the panels/shades on the windows are perfectly lovely. Looks like a place I could relax in. Visiting from Vintage Charm party.ReplyDelete
Oh Wow. This is so beautiful. I love what you've done with the fabric, but I also love the picture from last year! I have to pin some of these pictures...ReplyDelete
My heart skips a beat when I see your Greenhouse. It is beautiful and the addition of the floral fabric, is like icing on a cake.ReplyDelete
Thank you for joining us at TOHOT!
Penny, your greenhouse is gorgeous! The fabric for shade was genius! Thank you for sharing with us this week on the Art of Home-Making Mondays at Strangers & Pilgrims on Earth!ReplyDelete
Beautiful space! Thanks for sharing at Merry Monday!ReplyDelete
Wow! Beautiful! ;)ReplyDelete
The fabric panels for shade was a great idea and the fabric is charming. I have a "flower bed" in my garden, too. ;) Thank you for sharing @Vintage Charm!ReplyDelete
Everything is so charming and sweet in your potting shed. So many pretty details, Penny. You have created a beautiful space and so full of life.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing with Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop.
I think I would hang out in the greenhouse all day long.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing with SYC.
What a beautiful room penny!! I bet it's a great place to sit back...read a book...and simply enjoy!! Thanks for sharing on My 2 Favorite Things link party...hope to see you again tomorrow!! Pinned!ReplyDelete
Hi Penny, just hopping by to let you know that you are being featured at SYC this week.ReplyDelete
I would never have thought of making such a beautiful room in a greenhouse. You are so creative.ReplyDelete
This is heaven. I'd want to spend every spare moment in this room.ReplyDelete
I've always thought the outside was so cute and never imagined How Sweet the inside would be. I know you must love being in there. So girly! Thanks again for sharing.ReplyDelete
Love the Idea of the fabric....I too ...since...have added fabric to the greenhouse panels....I don't sew....so....had to make it work.Such a treat...to have a shade sdpot in the greenhouse now.Thanks for sharing....and inspiring me even more on our twin...greenhouses :)ReplyDelete