3/02/2011

Jardinières

garden planters


19th century garden urns found south west of Paris, on table from Avignon, France

Pots D'Anduze, Greek amphoras, French urns of all shapes and sizes... ...metal crates, wooden boxes...  Whether you use them as planters, as an accent or convert them into a lamp or table base,  they will always enhance the beauty of your home or garden. 

In our collection of artifacts and items of old, we always make sure to select beautiful urns and planters.



19th century garden at a friends garden in Belgium


Planter boxes with buxus trees in Pezenas, south France


Something about the ornamental classic urns,  a touch of the ancient world reflected in a rusty metal urn that reveals different colors and patinas.

Concrete and stone urns with cracks and imperfections in the old Greek and Roman style.


19th century Cast iron urns found south west of Paris



Old concrete garden urn at our warehouse in Belgium

Playful and inventive ways to use unusual recycled  items like metal industrial bins, cans, and wash tubs to plant vegetables or ornamentals or to be used as whimsical organizing and storing receptacles.

Planters and arrangements that add drama and mystery to a garden, porch, or Orangerie...

Simple galvanized buckets that become elegant when planted with a dwarf olive tree or fragrant French lavender...





19th century Greek Amphoras we bring from Europe


Greek amphoras by themselves by a pool or in a patio or planted with a palm, an olive tree or a dwarf lemon tree....

Pots D'Anduze do not need adornment, they are amazingly austere and yet incredibly classy and elegant by themselves.




Our friend Desirêe and Paulo's garden


Pots d'Anduze made in Anduze, South France


Shell planters I found in Granvillier, France









Some of the traditional Anduze pots we carry

Enjoy the upcoming spring time. 




23 comments:

lvroftiques said...

Love them all! I'll take two of each please *winks* Vanna

Déjà-Vu (Désirée) said...

Each off these posts are magic, but this one is my favorite.
Thank you for sharing all this lovely pictures.
We miss you and Trini and are looking forward to see you again in june!!

Eleonore said...

Wonderful pictures.I love your beautiful pots.

Tallulah's Antique Closet said...

BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!! I cant make up my mind which one I like.....

creekside rummager said...

Gorgeous!! Hope you will have a good spring too - I hope it gets here before too long. Lani

Acquired Objects said...

Everything looks so wonderful! I'm hoping for spring but until six feet of snow melts we won't be seeing green for a while. Thank you for these lovely images to dream by.

atelier de campagne said...

Hello friends, I know some of you are still buried in snow, but let us not forget the words of Albert Camus who said, "In the midst of winter I finally discovered that there was in me an invincible summer."
You may also remember a fragment of Bette Midler's "The Rose" where it reminds us, ..."just remember, in the winter far beneath the bitter snow, lies the seed that with the sun's love in the Spring becomes the ROSE..."
Or the Mexican proverb, "A dias nublados, sonrisa de sol." or "Give a cloudy day, your sunniest smile."

Renee Granier said...

www.underspanishmoss.com Loves everything! I wish I could purchase it all and decorate every persons home I know! However I don't think the bank could float them all! lol Thank you for inspiring!

Dreamy Whites said...

Hi Trinidad,

Thank you so much for stopping by my blog....I am so glad you did as I misplaced your card, I now have discovered your blog and have your contact information!!
You have a beautiful blog!
I would love to make a trip to your shop... It looks amazing!

I will be stopping by on Sunday!
Take Care,
Maria
P.S. you can reach me at
maria@dreamywhitesonline.com

christina @greige and my sparrow said...

Thanks for stopping by! I love my table by the way! Have a great spring day... and weekend!

Best,
Christina

The Paper Mulberry said...

Thank you so so much! I have been looking for inspiration for our terrace and the topiary planters are just the style!!!!

Divine Theatre said...

I needed that! Thank you!

Miss French Navy said...

Just stunning!! I want to dash into my garden right now!

atelier de campagne said...

Containers like these and other garden statuary and ornaments will be available at our bi-annual container sale next weekend. Freshly arrived beauties from France and other European countries. Please come! Details on our web site.

Trinidad, Johan and Martin

manon 21 said...

Une bien belle ballade sur ce beau blog,une sélection très bonne

Amicalement,

Manon

HeartVintageDesign said...

Stunning beauty in your objects as usual!

Karena said...

Gorgeous garden urns and beautiful quote in the comments as well!

xoxo
Karena

Art by Karena

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