Gazebo Needed in Cashiers

gazebo in the garden
gazebo in the garden

This gazebo is beautiful and functional—just need the pasture and the cows!

 

This gazebo is beautiful and functional—just need the pasture and the cows!
I have this dream of adding a little gazebo to my landscape. I have a few really great locations to choose from in my garden. My first thought was to put it in the front entry corner near the gravel road for a great view of the mountains and valley below. Then I realized the front corner near the drive has a beautiful orange and pink sunset view—what’s a girl to do! Maybe I need two gazebos in the front to balance the front garden. I could also put a small gazebo in the new side garden before we plant anything this spring. We cleared this new area of stumps, brush, rocks, and dead trees for the new office, grill kitchen, garage and entertaining porch. I think it should be rustic and charming—decisions, decisions! Here are a few of the gazebos that make my heart sing. Let me know if one strikes your fancy!

gazebo and hen house

Or, maybe a version of Helen Ballard Weeks hen house.

 

gazebo tunnel

This gazebo tunnel is a great idea—I already have the laurel branches.

 

garden gazebo

Here is one Keven Hawkins designed for the garden.

 

laurel gazebo

The laurel has been delivered and is all ready to go.

 

garden gazebo

I am crazy for this little garden gazebo.

 

xo♥, Lissy

December 31, 2016
January 6, 2017

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    Sandra Sullivan

    January 4, 2017

    Think the gazebo will add to the Parker Inn and Spa, so hope it will be completed and welcome me with a tall glass of lemonade and cheese straws when I come for my reservations in August! Of course I’m game to visit sooner.

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      lissyparker

      January 4, 2017

      I love that idea!
      xo

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