A Southern Styled Yard

Do you consider your outdoor space a place that you can decorate?  To be completely honest, I've never thought much about this short of potted plants in the expected areas, bird baths and a fountain. I could really use some help in this area so, I enlisted my friend for some much needed inspiration.   After sharing her both her front and screened porch, I ask Nadine if I could share her yardscaping...not lawn but yard!  She made me promise to come back when everything is in bloom and you know I said ..YES!  The wrought iron arbor welcomes you through a path around the property.




This spot is quite possibly my fav in her entire yard. I can just see taking the kids pics on that bench... dressed in their Easter attire!
This flag stone path leads to her back yard.



I have to point out the cloche in the flower bed.  When I saw this I just had a fit, underneath were pansies.  It was just unexpected to have a cloche in a flower bed and that is the reason I just love it!
Please notice her attention to details even in her outside space, her use of antiques just cause me to squeal with delight!  The lantern, small urn and birds rest on the table.  Lions guard the door.  If this were my house I would have coffee on that bench each and every morning...and afternoon!


The trellis is darling and the horse head....who would think to put a horse head in their yard?!  Swoon worthy spot for sure!

I will leave you with this view, this is for sure the piece de resistance for the entire yard scape.
 Last fall I went to my first estate sale and picked up a bird bath and 2 rather large urns.  If the weather holds this week, I hope to place those urns and plant something in them.....it will have to be deer resistant as the deer have taken a liking to almost everything I've planted thus far!  

10 comments :

  1. I love your beautiful yard and home! What color is your home painted? I love it.

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  2. Just gorgeous. I also would love to know the paint color of the house. Thanks. Jo @ Let's Face the Music

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  3. So pretty, Tamyra! Your friend is so talented! I love her use of antiques too. Thanks for sharing her gorgeous garden!

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  4. I couldn't find your email address. I just wanted you to know that today you've been featured at my weekly Welcome Wagon Friday post, where I introduce new bloggers to my readers. You should be receiving visitors shortly. Welcome to our neighborhood!

    Note from a veteran blogger: It's important to have some way to contact you on your blog. You never know when a magazine might come calling! That's how they've contacted me in the past.
    Brenda

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  5. What a lovely space your friend has created with all the different pieces tucked here and there. I could sit for hours and take in the scenery.

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  6. Absolutely stunning! Great vision and ideas....
    Nancy
    wildoakdesigns.blogspot.com

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  7. Your garden is gorgeous. I love it and the way you use architectural pieces and iron pieces in different areas, it sort of creates room. Beautiful. www.astrollthrulife.net

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  8. This is stunning! I just wanted to say that I saw your feature at Brenda's Welcome Wagon Friday, so welcome to blogland. Took a little peek around your blog, and I think your kitchen is gorgeous!

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  9. Just found you....enjoying looking through your posts on this raining Mother's Day.... your friend's garden is enchanting! I love that trellis.....any sources?
    AndeM1@hotmail.com

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