Some of you may remember last year when I attended a tablescaping class. If you missed it you can read about it HERE. Terry White, owner of The English Garden, in Nashville, teaches the class as a fund raiser for the University School of Nashville. Terry is one of the most talented designers I have ever met. Every inch of his house and garden is a masterpiece. Come along for a peek, I think you will agree.
An outdoor fountain in the garden overlooking the roof of his house. The house is on a hill with terraces in the back.
The roof is still a work in progress, he hopes to make a roof garden.One of several composting bins made from recycled wrought iron.
Vines need a place to grow, why not use the bones of an old patio umbrella?
A view of the terrace. Terry made the concrete balls.
A view of the lower patio from the dining room.Swoon.....
Indoor chandelier shades made from leftover window blinds.
Terry uses this room for his client & bride consultations. Isn't is a warm welcoming space? He built the bookcase to divide the room and if he needs more space, it's on wheels and can be rolled to the back wall.He even built the little chair on the right.
Terry wants to see a tablescape everywhere he looks in his home.
Next post I will share the beautiful creations he made for us.
I will be sharing all this creativity at the following parties: