Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Outside " A Bohemian Cottage"

welcome to the garden

front old brick planter



the workshop for the inspiration room

This was the previous owners workshop, but it had" good bones"..added a few old windows, window boxes, french doors and flowers.

a bench made from the foot board of the old iron bed

I love love love old doors. I filled the house full of them
A familiar place

Fluffy and I spend as much time as possible here

Looking out from "World Headquarters"

Did I mention , I love old windows too!

Added the old windows in the fence so the cats could go in and out

found the old wooden gate..and it had a window in it...Perfect Jane Coslick stuff!!

the three shells are Melon,Seaweed and Seabiscut colors from the Cottage collection http://www.janecoslickcottagecollection.com/


10 comments:

Paraphernalia said...

You are a genius at this sort of thing, Jane. Very interesting and beautiful.

Tricia Rose said...

So many lovely quirky touches Jane, , and with such a light hand!

Ms. Bake-it said...

I love all the unique touches you have added! The window fence is great! What a wonderful place you have created!

~ Tracy

Kara said...

I don't know how you do it but you make everything looks soo inviting and beautiful.

Kathi said...

I am in serious LOVE with this cottage! Precious details. It would suit me to a tee! Love the window fence. Soooooo cute! :D

justbeachyontybee said...

Your yard is amazing!! I knew you were a talented interior designer but I never realized that you were equally as talented with the landscape. I missed the tours so thank you for posting the pictures.

Desert Dreaming said...

To put it into one word...Amazing!!!

Totally creative, cozy, warm, and beautiful.

Joni

luciahames said...

I haven't been to Tybee Island in two years, and your wonderful pictures make me want to crank my car right now! I love, love your blog, and promise if I do get to Tybee, I will search out all of your wonderful houses!

NauticalCottageBlog.com said...

What delightful touches, Jane...as always! That window fence is fabulous and I wish I could do something similar in our back yard someday. Thanks for the continued inspiration.

_littleredhead1 said...

I lost some of my spirit this past year with my daughter being diagnosed with breast cancer, but now that she is on the mend with a good future ahead and with your inspirational,fun, colorful creative designs, I am living to create again in my home and garden! Thank you Jane from the bottom of my heart and soul :D Please keep creating for us...we love you!