I designed these graphic to work with the floral tile of each line but i love them on their own just as well. We make this table in all kinds of sizes.
As featured in Garden Design Magazine
Every inch of this garden was designed with function as well as beauty in mind. The banquette hides the irrigation, the bed stores the cushions in winter.
I call this line 'Chanel' because of the large buttons, dark piping and tweedy fabrics. Designed for an sophisticated outdoor living room.
Why not design a table the REQUIRES a plant or centerpiece AlWAYS!
Planted Cement Sofa and Green Grid Rug utilizes every inch of rooftop space for planting and living.
For this summer party in the Hampton's we set up outdoor livingrooms complete with hanging chandeliers that complemented the hydrangeas!
Zinc and mahogany table and containers, benches that store irrigation and glassware, a bed that stores cushion, and plants that match fabrics...a custom design that melds of function and beauty.
A coffee table fish tank! One of my favorite things I designed for the show.
This modern Arper lounge chair and old factory cart tiled with my Mildweed ceramic tiles is right at home next to this green grid floor.
I like to design the furniture as much as the plant scheme.
I loved this log furniture so much I remade them several more times. Search "log" to see them all!
I designed this coffee table to help pull and mix of metal and wood furniture together in for a loft with a cement floor.