Archive for the 'garden furnishings' Category
Although their website is sorely lacking in aesthetics, the containers certainly are not. I was introduced to Duracraft garden planters through a good friend (and excellent designer) Jason Dengler of Wildwood Landscapes. Let’s be honest; the vast majority of ‘fake’ planters and outdoor containers look just that: Fake. Fiberglass, blown plastic, various concrete castings, they [...]
The school’s photographer very kindly sent some photos of my garden design (the statuary was added later). The benches are my design, I’m very pleased how they turned out: (click photos for humongous version)
Several weeks ago one of my designs caught the eye of Michelle Gervais, an editor at Fine Gardening. We had a fun exchange of tweets and emails about various aspects of the design– especially the eye-popping colors of the furniture, which she loves– and she was kind enough to ask me to submit a few [...]
The patio space is shaping up… While I certainly do wish the budget allowed for a complete garden design now, what has been done is completely charming and fun, this promises to be one of my favorite projects of the year for sure. Hopefully soon we can complete the transformation!
Despite the unusually chilly spring (is it Eyjafjallajokull?), design work, installations, and general landscaping has reached its typical insane pitch here at greeneyedesign central. Several weeks ago I began container designs for a new client, Fresh Lunch Catering. The owners, Matt Bressan and his irrepressible, wildly creative wife Jenn, found a wonderful new location recently [...]