Thursday, June 20, 2013

Conservatory: Multiple Axis

Near the door of Susanne Hudson's conservatory, below.

And her great garden pun, below.  A plant in the conservatory!  As if.  What?  As if the Conservatory were for plants.  Ridiculous.

The same lamp, below, from a different axis.

Another axis, below.

Same hydrangea, below, different day.  Heavy rains in the interim.

The more axis a focal point has the more successful the Garden Design.
One of the best arrows in your quiver.
Garden & Be Well, XO Tara
Pics taken in Susanne Hudson's garden this month.


Pink Overalls @DIY Home Staging said...

Thank you for this lesson in landscape design -- the business about a focal point having multiple axis. I try to learn something new everyday.

I guess I can go back to bed now.


Renae Moore said...

You always give good 'thought provoking' insights. I will definitely keep this in mind!

Janie Jurkiewicz said...

Okay, I had to know and this will be a silly question...does it get hot in there?

Lori Buff said...

Gorgeous and inviting.

Tara Dillard said...

No, Susanne's Conservatory does not get hot. It's sited in part shade/shade.

Has doors on 3 walls.

Minimum number of doors is on 2 walls.

Lights left on! A glorious site from the house at nite.


Maryanne White said...

Beautiful Conservatory!

Joni Webb said...

sssoooooooooo gorgeous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Merlin said...

Stunning, absolutely STUNNING!! franki

Henhurst Interiors said...

What a glorious spot. Looks like the perfect 'room of one's own.' Feeling a little envious right now.
xo, Phyllis