Friday, May 21, 2010

Tea Decor (aka Tea Yard Art)

Thoughts of TEA here and there in our yard! 
(you may need to double click on the photos to get a better view fo the tea flags)

13 comments:

amherstrose said...

What wonderful touches you have added. It certainly tells everyone who passes by that a tea love lives here.
I especially love the tea kettle "wind chime" arrangement.
Did you sweet daughter make that for you? Very charming.

racheld said...

I love the Tea references in your garden---the wind chime is charming. Mine was a gift from my DDIL years ago, and it's the tall coffee-pot type, with the flattened silverplate flatware dangling to play a tune.

And I'm trying to think where to put this immense gray Hall teapot---the 12-cup Boardin' House model. Maybe if I put enough pot shards in the bottom, it can be a pansy or petunia planter.

Looking forward to the magical INSIDE of your tea room,

rachel

Bernideen said...

ALL VERY CUTE!

PeggyR said...

It's all very nice!

parTea lady said...

I love all those tea touches in your landscaping. It would be lovely to sit in a comfy white wicker chair and drink tea while enjoying the scenery.

bennie and patsy said...

I think you are a ture Tea---person. LOL (Very cute and appropriate.
Patsy

Lavender Cottage said...

Good idea Linda - I have an old gas kettle that is too pretty to throw out so it sits in my garden.

Tea Time With Melody said...

Love the tea art Linda. What ideas you have begun in my mind!

Marilyn said...

Love your special tea garden accessories. What fun! Do you have any plants in the garden that you can use for tea? or to decorate a salad or sandwich?

Prim Rose Hill ©2008-2010 said...

OMGosh! I love your tea yard art! I keep wanting to buy one of those tea & saucer flower planters! Just lovely! I can imagine sipping tea and enjoying all the beauty around. :)

grannybee1950 said...

love all that you've done to the outside of your home as well! also noticed you've named your home...a very British thing to do :-)

Linda J. said...

Grannybee,
You are very observant! GJ, the hubby, named our house after a cottage we stayed at in England and had that sign made and shipped home.

Angela McRae said...

Oh, these are all great ideas that I can use for my tea garden!

 

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