Side Street Style

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18/05/2014

Outdoor living inspiration


beautiful garden
Beautiful garden pot plants (image)


Every time we get a few days of sun we go into overdrive with the garden, today I am very happy to say I finally finished the mini raised vegetable patch as well as painting an old table which was left here when we bought the house and has given it a whole new lease of life. I could spend all day dreaming about lovely things for the garden and here is just a little bit of inspiration for you


English countryside



1. Madelaine Lavender Organic Cotton Table Cloth & Napkins
2. Large Swirl Embossed Jug and Wine Glass in Pink
3. Hamilton 8 Seat Rattan Garden Dining Set
4. 'The Lawn Ranger' Green Watering Can, so cute and only £13.99
5. Belle Rattan - Beaumont 2 Seat Bistro Set
6. Chastleton Bench
7. Mix & Match Bunting
8. Traditional Wooden Rounder’s Game from Ellie Ellie

I love to take inspiration from the British countryside as well as more ethnical and worldly inspiration from places such as Morocco and India and I think it's important to be flexible when it comes to any living space and mix it up with a few different themes and give it some depth and originality.


Moroccan inspiration

1. I really love this Sandstone Bell Tent
2. Silver and Gold Candle Holders
3. Bayadere Coral Throw
4. Rattan Garden Egg Set
5. Sagaform Juicy Tray
6. Storage Basket with Lid

Although this post contains links it's not a sponsored or affiliate post - simply just wanted to share what I am loving at the moment

6 comments:

  1. i wish we had a bit of money to make our garden look nice. those pots on the fence look cute, don't they?

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  2. oh i love that pot idea! definitely going to have to try
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  3. That bell tent is amazing! I really miss having a garden - only got a little balcony :(

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  4. i'd love a bell tent... actually i'd love a garden big enough to have one up... I probably could get it in the top garden, but it'd take up all the room!

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  5. I love your ideas! I did a pallet herb garden last year which is simular to your flower pot one at the top and it always gets commented on! I love the summer

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