5 Secretes for a Vintage Garden
Overflowing beds filled with varying texture and color.
Forgo the well trimmed hedges. Overflowing beds create a casual inviting feeling.
If this feels overwhelming, visit a local nursery. Bring pictures of your inspiration, plus the measurements and the sketch of the planned garden area (or porch). They can give you the guidance you need.
2. Unexpected planters.
Think out of the box! Add some whimsy into your setting by using items in an unexpected way.
3. Vintage Accessories
Vintage garden accessories should not be to polished. Rusty, aged, used, and once loved is the charm.
4. Winding Path
The flow of nature and growth is not straight. A pathway through the space or stepping stones should meander in the landscape. To reduce the rigid lines on a deck area, use potted plants to move the flow.
Create a quiet spot to get-away to relax and read or enjoy a beverage in your garden space. The furniture adds architecture and structure in the space, but also sets the mood.
Be inspired and create your dream garden space.
Each Spring, over 100 vendors gather for the Renninger's Vintage Garden Show. April 2nd & 3rd 2016!
In addition, Renninger's Antique Market area has 3 incredible areas. Antique Market, Street of Shops, and Open Air pavilions with over 200 merchants specializing in antiques, vintage, re-purposed, restoration supplies and so much more. Open Saturday and Sunday 9AM-5PM every weekend.