Sunday, June 10, 2012

denver garden tour

Saturday I got to partake in one of my favorite summer outings and I completely
forgot to include it on our Summer Bucket List.
 Before I share it, a few of you asked for the sources for the fabric I showed you last
 week. (Scroll to bottom) Thanks for weighing in on the choices, you all chose
 the same one...I'm still not divulging my choice. :) 

Come check out the garden tour...

This garden was text book...curving paths leading you to 'rooms' within the yard,
interesting features, texture, perfect repetition of plants, you name it they did it...enjoy!

We also toured another one, which inspired a diy I never imagined trying,
stop by tomorrow for the reveal!

A huge thank you to Beckie at Knock Off Decor, she's featuring my
Pottery Barn inspired Potting Bench today.

If you've never checked out her site, you're in for a treat. She highlights Knock Offs from
all our favorite retailers, Anthropologie, Ballard, Crate & Barrel, Restoration Hardware and more,
endless inspiration!

She also has another blog, Infarrantly Creative, check out this headboard she created,
she has big secret on how to achieve the look!

gray and coral bedroom

Lastly, fabric sources:
Calico Corners - 20% off Sale June 7 - 23rd

Style: Acorn Filigree
Color: Gunmetal $19.99/yd.

Style: Zebra Ikat
Color: Steel $20.99/yd.

Style: Sibohan (Cheetah)
Color: Steel $20.99/yd.

Style: Aldabra  (3rd Group - Floral)
Color: Pewter

The others were found locally at Denver Fabrics, they don't disclose the designer.

First one to guess my diy wins a prize! :)


Nita Stacy said...

what a charming garden. I'm jealous that you got to tour it. Thanks for sharing.

Lori said...

What a pretty tour, Pam. Thanks for sharing it! I hadn't found a trellis for my transplanted clematis. I've never seen one draping down rocks before. I think I have copied this without even knowing it!

Sarah's mom said...

Are you copying the branch trellis? It speaks to me!

A room with a view said...

This is a gorgeous garden where everything seems to have a mind of its own but intentionally so - I could do this! Love all the decorative touches within the garden - the (hidden)chair, the piece with wheels, oversized planters. Congratulations on having your work featured - it is an amazing piece, Pam.

Lisa @ Shine Your Light said...

What a beautiful garden! It's my dream (if I had a gardener to maintain it all!) I'm guessing the filigree & zebra combo!

Holly Gruszka said...

I'd love to do a garden tour - I actually saw a few not too far away from us but I think they've already passed. I always dream about our next home but more recently I've included a nice landscaped yard onto the wish list, but I also know that we can take our time with that piece as well.

Sew a Fine Seam said...

That garden looks amazing! Can't wait to see your DIY - I would imagine it is something for the outside?!! Can't imagine exactly what though so I will just wait on pins and needles for your reveal!

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

Thanks for taking us along on that beautiful tour! That garden was AMAZING!!

Unknown said...

Hi friend! Im guessing you chose the 3rd fabric option with the metallic thread linen pattern....
Lovely garden tour, especially that planting in the tub with the green glass bubbles! How inventive! Have a great day.
xo Nancy

Shirley@Housepitality Designs said...

Great garden tour....hmmm DIY about those great looking concrete plant pots!...

Anonymous said...

I love gardens that look effortless and that was one beautiful garden. They always make me wish I could have that vision. Thanks for taking me along.

Jennifer @ Dimples and Tangles said...

What a restful and relaxing space! I can imagine just lazing away the days there...although they've obviously put in many, many days of hard work. Love the glass bubbles in the bathtub. Hmmm, did you put in a fountain?

Calypso In The Country said...

How peaceful! I love the stone walkway.

Anonymous said...

Love that headboard. There is nothing more relaxing than strolling through a gorgeous garden for inspiration, huh? xo

Leslie said...

Can't wait to see the BIG reveal! What a lovely tour Pam. We are thinking of using rock to line our walk way. It looks so pretty here!

Kristin @ My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia said...

WOW Pam it is just stunning! Thanks for sharing with us.

Katie {Miss Dixie} said...

I can never get enough of gardens like these, just beautiful. I can't wait to see what you have up your sleeve next!!

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