Lorna Bacter
More ideas from Lorna
Liking the billy bookcase at the end of the bed. Gives it some dimension as well as nice storage space

Instead of a headboard, place bookshelves to frame the bed. Add lights for late night reading. This would be great for a guest bedroom. Leave the shelves at the end of the bed empty for the guests to unpack their clothes. or kids room

Natural Rock Planters. Similar to the idea of hollowing out a tree stump, there are also plants that will grow really well in shallow rocks. You might already have a few rocks that are hollow enough to support succulents or dessert plants, but you can also group a few rocks or stones together to create a natural little rock garden.

Nice planter using broken pieces of stone or slate. We have a variety of slate, fieldstone, and PA blue stone that could be beautifully repurposed into this planter! Fun project for dad and the kids :)

Install a stream or other water feature to give your garden extra sensory appeal with the sound of trickling water. A simple fountain and recirculating pump are all it takes to make garden magic.

Shade Garden: Add a Water Feature. Install a stream or other water feature to give your garden extra sensory appeal with the sound of trickling water. A simple fountain and recirculating pump are all it takes to make garden magic.

Alpine Garden Society Online Show, 2012 - On-line Shows - Alpine Garden Society

Class 5 - Alpine Garden Society Online Show, 2012 - Alpine Garden Society

Standing stones garden~~ Really like the look of this.  Have to try this someday when I can get the rocks

Garden stone circle: 26 Fabulous Garden Decorating Ideas with Rocks and Stones. Thinking this is like a discovery table on the ground.how to make it interactive for the children? What other materials could be used?

Chelsea FS 1994. Design: Peter Tinsley. Alpine rock garden, Spring flowering alpine perennials May, by John Glover.

Reminds me of Leetes Islant, CT Chelsea FS Design: Peter Tinsley. Alpine rock garden, Spring flowering alpine perennials May, by John Glover.