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Between Naps on the Porch

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Photo of an eclectic full sun landscaping in Atlanta for summer. — Houzz

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aventu25458 wrote:
Futon alternative - I have a small second bedroom that will serve as an office as well. I need enough room for 2 people to sleep. Daybeds are really expensive after purchasing the pop up trundle and 2 mattresses, so I guess my question is....are there any futons that are actually attractive, yet not crazy modern?
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swweeet wrote:
Should wrought iron be protected with anything?
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swweeet wrote:
But won't the wrought iron start to look a bit shabby being outside?
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donnabruenger wrote:
very sweet dreams indeed... - Kudos ! Lovely, whimsical... Performance garden art!
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Ginger Wyatt Rozelle Babcock wrote:
Great idea! - Beautiful and different
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Kit Pollard added this to Outdoor Fancy
Speaking of Between Naps on the Porch - how amazing is this flowering bed in her yard? It's so feminine and pretty and, yes, very, very fancy.
Marianne Lipanovich added this to Lay of the Landscape: Theme Gardens
The funky garden. Most of us have a need to personalize some aspect of our space — some of us are just more obvious about it. Still, it's hard to resist this garden bed (in all senses of the phrase).Design tip: Although this appears casual, you will need to plan ahead to keep this look going. Beneath the mass of flowers is a solid, soil-filled enclosure between the posts of the bedframe. You'll also need to water consistently to keep the bed in bloom.
Samantha Schoech added this to 10 Imaginative Garden Ideas
This arrangement brings new meaning to the term "flower bed." OK, it's a little punny, but it is pretty (and you could hang even more flowers from the canopy).
Jess McBride added this to Yes, You Can Grow a Plant In That
Possibly the most creative repurposing of an old bed that I’ve ever seen, this antique iron frame has retired to the garden, where it serves as a planter whose size rivals entire patio gardens.

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A flower bed- frame of a bed, with plants between the ends
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Beautiful hot pink and purple colour flowers

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