As promised last week, here is a look at the conservatory/greenhouses at "An Architect's Garden," which we visited a few weeks ago. There is a beautiful courtyard, with a pool, in front of the main door to the conservatory (shown above).
Inside, the conservatory is filled with antique furniture and gardening items. Don't you love those giant cloches (pictured above)?
And just look at those green glazed pots. Can you say "gorgeous?"
I'm thinking the small dressers on the table (above) must be furniture maker's samples. I love the beauty of these utilitarian pieces.
Just look at the brass faucet and stone farmer's sink in the potting room. Beautiful!
More casual beauty (above). Oh how I love this place! :)
And a huge antique chandelier hangs in the central room of the conservatory (above). Gorgeous!
I'm guessing that the small staircases (above) are architect's models. Wonderful and whimsical!
This is the gravel path outside the greenhouses. Don't you love the little stone tower and the purple catmint?