Saturday, February 25, 2012

Garden Sheds

Mid Winter Dreaming of Spring
Oh...a little whimsy of  a garden house right in the middle of a perfectly overgrown garden.
I took to Pinterest to find inspiration of what the perfect little garden shed might look like
and found many examples.

Today, as I drove off to work in a hurry as usual...I noticed all my little daffodils are up and blooming.
Winter soon to be over. 
Such a mild one we had and I am so fine with that.
I felt terrible that my flowers are up and I'd been too busy to notice.
Well, not just too busy but too sick to notice too.
Sorry, I've been MIA this week. I've been working and sleeping and that is it.
But feeling better now.
And next week is shaping up to be a light week...work wise 
so maybe I can get some projects done around the house.
I am so in the mood for spring. The weather has been so mild here that it seems it's already arrived.
I love garden buildings, don't you? 
I'd love to have one of these in my backyard.
A place for a glass of tea.
So charming
Yes, I can't wait to get out in the yard and have things growing again.
I promise photos of Franklin next week.
All the weenies are doing great.

I'm doing fine except for having a devil of a cold this past couple of weeks and no
energy to do anything extra.

But I'm feeling way better.
Hope you have a great weekend!

30 comments:

vintage girl at heart said...

Oh la la love them all.
This weather has been so nice.
Hope you feel better soon..that nasty cold bug has sure made it's rounds!
Enjoy this sunshine!

Victoria said...

Wow..what a super beautiful post..I am enchanted by them all!
Victoria

Cynthia Myers said...

I love all the photos! Especially the white Modern looking shed.
It's been very warm and Spring like here too until yesterday when it snowed. Now it's cold and everything is buried in the white stuff again! Grrrrr.
But I love the images you've posted. Every Fall I swear that I'm digging up the whole yard and putting in grass seed and then when Spring finally comes, I'm always running around buying flowers!
How you feel better! XOXO - Cindi

La Vie Quotidienne said...

Charming garden houses...hope you feel better soon.

Deserae said...

Wow, what gorgeous inspiration pics of gardens! I can't wait for spring...it is my favorite season :o) Hope you feel better soon!
~Des

Inspire Me Heather said...

They are all so lovely, beautiful! Hope you are feeling better soon too!

Bliss said...

I have a garden shed. Since blogging started I see what it "could" be. It's just a shed plopped in our yard now. I sure hope I have the ambition once the snow is gone to do something nice like some of the photos in your post.

~Bliss~

Sonia said...

I love all the garden sheds you shared...someday I hope to have a repurposed greenhouse with old windows and roses...a girl can dream!! Love that we had a mild winter this year...my daffys are blooming...hope you stay well and have a wonderful week!
Miss Bloomers

Clare said...

They are all really pretty garden sheds. Whenever I get a house with a garden I'd like one of those sheds! Great blog btw!

Traci said...

I am sorry to read that you are sick. I too have been battling a nasty virus this week but I feel a bit a spring fever coming on so I am going to surf the web today in search of ideas for my side yard. Your porch post was a great inspiration.
I hope you feel better soon.
Traci

Jennifer @ Town and Country Living said...

Love all these sheds. You put me in the mood for spring! Hope you're feeling better soon.

Bente said...

Love these small houses in the garden. Gorgeous.

Bente

tearinguphouses said...

love these little garden sheds.

i hope you feel better. andrew and i both caught the flu last week, so i feel your pain!

Fox Hollow Cottage said...

Hope you continue to feel better. I am going on week two. Bummer :( I can still look too though ;) Happy weekend. Get some rest!

Amy @MaisonDecor said...

Sorry you were really sick, that stinks. I am glad to hear you are getting better. I want to build a garden house, and hope I really can. THese are some great examples!

Linda Hartong said...

A lovely post

Jann said...

Glad to hear your on the mend and feeling better...keep recovering and feeling back to normal soon.....spring is just around the corner....

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

I too adore all of them and would just die to have any one in my yard but my yard is unfortunately about as big as one of those sheds..

Hugs,
Debbie

pop up canopies said...

Hey Nita..

I am glad to find this impressive share about the sheds. The captures are adorable and show the beauty of the garden sheds. I am also looking for a vintage shed for backyard. Good share..!!!

Ula Heximer said...

That blue-colored garden shed is just wonderful. And aside from the looks, that might also stand well against changing weather conditions. It certainly looks like it can keep you cool and refreshed during summer. It can also probably make you feel relax during cold season. The shades of blue flowers on the side add to the warm appeal of it. Your garden can be the spot for relaxation in your place if you have a magnificent arrangement just as that.

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It's great to have a garden shed to separate your things that you need for the garden from other tools in your garage. It will make work a lot easier.

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miranda said...

Aww they are just adorable to stare at! It can instantly relief my tiredness and stress just by merely looking at those garden sheds.

Carol Lee said...

Wishful thinking, those lush and greeneries around those garden sheds seem too beautiful during winter time.

Gustav Hendricks said...

Such as lovely sheds. Are they all wooden sheds by the way?

Katharine Hoda said...

Those narrow paths that leads toward the shed, those blossoming flowers along the path, ahh it just makes me crave for Spring to come. ~ ilikesheds.com

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