2,133 Fairy Garden Statue Home Design Photos

Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Peninsula Estate 03 (Design by Suzman Cole Design Associates)
a large sculpture or statue could take the place of a fountain
Contractors, Inc.SaveEmail Use decorative elements. Statues, urns and planters, and water features are all elements of French garden design. The key is restraint. A simple fixture at the end of a gravel path is all you need as a focal point.
Feature point in middle of herb garden similar
Formal parterre gardens traditionally contained some sort of focal point or central feature around which the rest of the garden was designed. This statue is beautiful and looks to be the focal point of this yard. Fountains or other water features are also fantastic anchors to the garden, and, for extra
the distance shelters a garden bench, but it also serves as a frame to highlight a classical sundial placed at the cross section of two intersecting pathways, transforming a once-unnoticed corner of the garden into a charming focal point.
“Path from pergola” — wateaboutique
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
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Haddonstone Ltd
Haddonstone - Follies
garden folly- maybe an old cajun shack on the river, treehouse studio, or ag structure. also grotto/shrine place
the magical gardens from my childhoood
Cool archaeological remnant niche for a garden area
Great garden folly to mark the entrance to the solar area.
love the statue good for an icon
stunning garden room accents- looks ancient
To many, Gothic gardens inspire mysterious thoughts, but stonework doesn't have to bring visions of cemeteries and tombstones. Arched windows, pillars or even just sections of stonework can add that touch of mystery while also creating a great framework for climbing plants. Old stonework can be found
“Landscape” — kimglessner
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
29 Reviews
Gingko House, Harrison, NY
Mom! There's some weird guy in our garden!
St. Francis of Assisi statue with small gurgling fountain below.
boulders, rock planting, buddha statue, water
garden - buddha in rocks
Buddha in the garden/landscaping
like sculptures in garden
Garden statue...Garden buddha...buddha statue...Garden features...Buddha in garden...Statue stone...Dig the Statue...buddha statue...garden lighting
“bit of Mexican river rock peeks out below planting bed and huge boulder” — mwilets
GreenCraft Associates
5 Reviews
Kitchen Gardens
GreenCraft for your comments, very lovely garden design
It's pea gravel. Usually stone centers have samples you can choose from for the color. Beneath the stone is a layer of weed fabric. Weeds do sneak through the fabric in time, but because this was an organic garden, I pulled them by hand rather than
Do you have a suggested plant list? Looking to do something similar with my Harvard, MA garden.
Usually specialty garden structures like these are built over the winter when things slow down. My husband and I run GreenCraft. Our schedules are completely
Wow!! So beautiful. That is really a master piece of traditional landscape. After seeing this image I also though to making this type of garden. Johny S. http://www.flowerstation.co.uk/delivery/birthday-floral-gifts-delivered/
“Garden layout” — Cindy Behrens
Paces Construction Co
5 Reviews
Outdoor Rooms and Spaces
We used a free form vine we harvested from our woods as a handrail on these garden steps for a small Buckhead garden.
Where can I buy these garden statues
What is the name of these shrubs amongst the statues
The statues and containers came from House Parts (www.houseparts.com ). John
Paces Construction Company in Atlanta has harvested several vines like this from local woods and installed them as garden railings. Each one needs to be custom fitted to the space, and we carve supports with a chain saw to properly mount them. We also seal the railings with clear penetrating oil to deter
The Stairs.. looking for ideas for stairs leading to the garden
Love vine hand rail and statues
rr ties garden steps with stones.....cool railing from twisted wood
“Stairs cut” — Nathaniel Cates
Island Architects
Representative Project
where can you buy the statue holding the pot?
yes,I'd like to know source for that garden sculpture as well....
Ornate decorative garden gate to keep giddy up in
That is a very welcoming statue
statue holding plant
I want a buddha statue!
statue planter...garden art...garden gate
“structure” — joanspecial
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Archives ID
” “indoor orchids garden” “For the garden house” “Air plants and succulents create a simple indoor garden, while a Moravian star pendant lamp shines overhead for subtle seasonal sparkle.” “secret garden...Hanging garden...Gorgeous garden...fairy garden idea...alcove garden...garden balls...indoor plants”
Air plants and succulents create a simple indoor garden, while a Moravian star pendant lamp shines overhead for subtle seasonal sparkle.
The beauty of a secret garden is that it can be placed in the most unexpected of places. This secret garden nook takes advantage of an old ladder and embellishes
“hanging flowers” — johnnypuac
Troy Rhone Garden Design
14 Reviews
Can it really be the front door?
gate; very mystical; lends magic to it, too; would love to find statues that fit with my front yard design down the road...
looks like a secret garden entrance for grown ups
separate the back garden from parking area
Two rams guard this entry point in an Italian garden. Historically, Italian gardens were full of well-placed statues and fountains.
Look closely at this photo. It's possible the whole composition is an illusion. Is that a glimpse of a secret garden through the "gate," or is that a divided light
“Door” — chaveeposiden
Update: creating fairy garden
I wanted to create a little fairy garden outside of my daughter's bedroom. I've had some development. I'm not sure if it looks ok, or just looks messy...
Amazing Greek Statue
I would love to add some statues to my Italian design garden...may I ask where did you get the statue?
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