Afternoon Delight

For those who came to our containers sales do remember our greenhouse a few years ago. it was use as a storage of packing materials, lawnmower, garden tools and junk. Last spring I wanted to empty it and make it into a sun room, a space to chill out with a glass of wine and a snack in the late afternoon and evenings.  Often we take our friends for appetizers before dinner into our "Orangerie" to use the french term

Traditional anduze pots from Anduze South France with olive trees

The lamps I made with a pair of 1930's Belgian garden urns

The small early 1900 french iron bed i convert into a petite banquette and pillow I made out of old linen.

19th century store counter in original paint found in Lyon, France 
Some of the item are still available check our website.


kathee said...

Thanks for the eye candy guys! I hope to get to your next container sale. I just love your garden room! Thanks for sharing, kathee

Divine Theatre said...

As always, beautiful and inspirational. Thank you!

Karen said...

I just love the pictures and everything you've done. As a new follower of your blog I'm looking forward to more! Thanks for making it all so beautiful!


La Brocanteuse said...

In my eyes-the perfect spot to be- wish I could stroll in right now!
congratulations with what you have done with this area-I love it.
xo Colette ~Afrique du sud

toves sammensurium said...

Fantastic picture both on this post and below....you immediately sent me to my little dream-world:)))
(And that´s not a bad place to be;)
Hugs,Tove - Norway:)

Antonia said...

Your Orangerie is a dream!!!!

Acquired Objects said...

Such a beautiful blog you have, I found you through Christina over at greige and have added you to my blog roll. I can't wait to see and read more!

Bohemian said...

I LOVE finding a Blog like yours, the eye candy has me positively swooning! I have been subscribing to a French Mag called CAMPAGNE for years and your style is as beautiful as those I've enjoyed in the pages of this publication!

Blessings from the Arizona Desert... Dawn... The Bohemian

Anonymous said...

beautiful orangerie with even more beautiful antiques and European finds..love the crystal chandelier juxtaposed with all the rough luxe items...I could really enjoy kicking back with a glass of wine in this space too.. :)

savvycityfarmer said...

ah yes, d.e.l.i.g.h.t is coursing thru my veins

Anonymous said...

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Or putting the railroad underground so it doesn't have to blow its horn everyday at 3am through downtown Reno.
You don't admit the Silver Club despite the connection to the Hells Angel's murder at JohnAsquaga's Nugget?
You don't admit I built the Fremont Steet Experience in Vegas? "you did a lot there." How about free tickets for Santana?
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How about Brokeback Mountain? They allowed the same tactic to be employed after the BAtman movie people praised so strongly.
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