In other words, create a welcome space with comfy furniture for dining, entertaining, and just relaxing.
I love decorating my outdoor spaces, but before the garden is in full 'welcome ' mode I also love to bring a little of the outdoors in.
One of my favorite collections is my watering cans. Some will be planted with Sweet Potato Vines and others I actually use.
Cabbages are planted, but not ready to be plucked. I'll settle for a little faux cutie.
I've had the set of garden plates for years. Perfect addition for my indoor garden.
My collection of floral frogs are just waiting to be put to use.
I brought in a few of my vintage sprinklers.
Love that patina!
Old gardening books and a frog tree under a cloche.
Finials that will end up in the garden make a fun statement indoors.
Seeds needing to be planted are housed in a green ball jar next to an old pair of clippers.
I added another watering can to the stacked picnic hampers in the entry.
This garden themed cabinet caught the attention of a whimsical fork footed bird.
(yup, the feet are made from forks)
After being gone for a few days and raining all weekend I came home to a garden that is really starting to blossom.
Won't be long till a lot of these items will be moving outdoors.
Till then, they make me smile!
*This post was featured at Let's Talk Vintage. Thank you Jillian!
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