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Dutch-1802 Chinoiserie garden designs

These “she sheds” are the female equivalent of a man-cave. A she shed is a little oasis that one could also call a “zen den”.

she sheds and zen dens

Serpentine hedge, probably of Taxus baccata/Yew

Edwardian cast iron glasshouse

I'm In Heaven - alemonworldproduction: Edwardian glasshouse


Quaint Cottage

Take a Tour of the World’s Most Beautiful Gardens

Take a tour of the world’s most beautiful and unusual garden follies

The Garconiare at Houmas House Plantation in Lousiana, otherwise known as a bachelor house. These were customary on some larger plantations, once the sons reached their teens they would find themselves in the garconiare.

Very sweet garden shed folly.

15 Cool Garden Sheds That Make Any Garden Better | Shelterness

The Southern Temple , abandoned garden house at Copped Hall, Essex a ruined country house close to Epping in Essex, England, parts of which date from the 16th century.

Chinese pavilion in CT garden in Veranda. Landscape design Charles Stick, photo by Max Kim-Bee

The Virtual Builder

Chateau de Groussay Garden this is seriously OTT, but what fun for a party. It was also lovely inside...

Habitually Chic®: Chateau de Groussay: Part Deux


summer house, Woolbeding garden, UK

Phyllis Odessey: A Garden Built For Two: Woolbeding

The two-story Jeffersonian building by Jim Strickland of the Georgia architecture firm Historical Concepts, references the architectural pedigree of Frank & Gay Fowler's historic estate, Dean Hall, in Seabrook, South Carolina

Lovely Gazebo, Magnolia Plantation, Charleston, South Carolina. Love the steep copper roof. Some very lacy woodwork would certainly garner attention.

Most Amazing Gazebo ever. Okay too much for our yard but I love the idea of flower boxes where walls would be. When Dad builds mine I'll have him do this.

Chinese style garden folly.

‘Man Sitting in a Gazebo’ - Salt Print by André-Adolphe-Eugène Disdéri, taken in France - 1852

Victoria's Rusty Knickers

Pavilion and Box Ball Hedges Give The Garden Winter

Marvelous birds leading to a folly. Topiary steps by Clive Nichols.

Whimsical cabana

Abandoned Victorian glass house - what a cool greenhouse this would make!

Summer House | Flickr - Photo Sharing!