A Garden Room of One’s Own
It’s at this time of year particularly, that I wish I had a garden room. Nothing as grand as a conservatory. Just a small corner tucked away, with plenty of light, warmed by the spring sunshine and sheltered from the unforgiving winds. Not to mention the April showers.
A garden room of one’s own from Homesense
A cosy little reading nook where I could hide and snooze. Watch the birds. Admire the blossoming garden and dream of summer days.
A place to potter with trowels and earth from Cuckooland
It would definitely have somewhere comfy to sit (or lie more like), deep windowsills for my flourishing (I’m definitely dreaming here) plant collection, a little table for my book and drink, and a place to potter with trowels and earth.
A few ‘essentials’.
1.Metal and glass ‘garden house’, £12, Tiger. 2.Fibre and clay Chelsea Trough, from £28.50 for 50 cm, The Chelsea Gardener. 3.Church Mirror (140 cm), £79, Achica. 4.Fishermans lantern available in two sizes, large £49.99, small £39.99, The Chelsea Gardener. 5.Liberty print cushion, £135, Amara. 6.Sophie Conran grey Gubbins Pots, £19.95, Houseology. 7.Rustic heart planter (30 cm), £14.99, Homebase. 8.Broste Copenhagen zinc watering can, £34.50, Amara. 9.Indoor/outdoor Cleo rug, £695, Cuckooland. 10.Macrame Hanging Planter, £55, A Rum Fellow.
Wouldn’t it be nice?