Monday, August 15, 2011

A Summer Loggia

At lunch time we settle in the loggia to enjoy its freshness. It is decorated by a wrought iron frame with candles in glass holders and a few sprigs of ivy to create a festive shine

At lunch time we settle in the loggia to enjoy its freshness.

Old plates and table decorations with ivy Decorating a wall a child's old tub

Arranged for the summer, this new living space is decorated with some of my finds, such as a child's old tub on the wall or an ancient form that was once used for pouring cement tiles.

Greenery workshop

For summer evenings, it is decorated by a wrought iron frame with candles in glass holders and a few sprigs of ivy to create a festive shine!

Nests of wild bees Greenery

The Cardabelle, a typical wild thistle from the shelf of Causses du Larzac, soon will hang on the door of the ancient sheepfold, to continue the tradition of good luck. And will also serve as a barometer because the flower is wide open in good weather and closes with the approach of rain.

Un vieux séparateur qui servait autrefois pour le coulage des carreaux de ciment The Cardabelle, a typical wild thistle from the plateaus of Causses du Larzac

Original article "Une loge pour l'été" translated by Annie of The Bunny Bungalow

3 commentaires:

Jojo said...

Your collectibles are amazing and so beautifully arranged. So many interesting items.

Kris said...

Laeriss,

Your arrangements are so lovely. It is very much my style, warm and inviting. "There is perfection in imperfection."

I wrote my post on your e-mag DECO.

Kris

Sharon Lovejoy said...

Love your loggia! Perfectly presented.

Doesn't food taste best al fresco?

Joys!

Sharon Lovejoy Writes from Sunflower House and a Little Green Island

 

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