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Friday, May 16, 2014

70" Wrought Iron Hoop and Arrow Trellis

Vintage decor is appearing more and more frequently in both interior and exterior decors. Wrought iron has been used in gardens and as lawn and patio furnishings for many years. Its rustic beauty brings to mind a time when life moved at a slower pace. Entertaining in the garden was a regular event during the warm months of the year. Setting aside time for afternoon tea in the garden was a favorite past time. Spending an evening relaxing in the midst of an aromatic array of flowers was something to look forward to at the end of the day.

While today's lifestyle may be more hectic, a garden design that includes a cozy bench nestled in among some urns and planters filled with aromatic flowers and herbs is an invitation to relax that's too enticing to pass up. Rest and relaxation can be more easily attained in a quiet, secluded place. The addition of a garden accessory such as a 70 Wrought Iron Hoop and Arrow Trellis can assist in creating the privacy needed to create a relaxing retreat. Flowering vines and climbing foliage winding their way to the top of a trellis create a living privacy wall in the garden.

An enhancing vintage theme that begins with a wrought iron bench and trellis can include the addition a garden arch placed at the entrance to the garden. Artistic garden accessories such as folk art pieces and unique garden signs can be added to make the area even more attractive..

While a trellis can provide visual privacy, a wrought iron fence can be put in place to keep the garden and possibly a pet secure within the confines of the fence. Adding fencing around the garden provides the perfect opportunity to make the even area more impressive by selecting an eye-catching decorative gate.

Moving forward with new and innovative garden designs does not mean that the beauty and tranquility of a vintage garden should be forgotten or abandoned. Just as with many other areas of life, bringing a bit of the past into the present can be quite rewarding. 


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