As you look around, pay attention to all of the architectural details.
The deck contains two pergolas and looks out over a golfcourse.
The space between the pergolas was specially designed to accommodate the existing Japanese Maple tree.
Stepping out of the house through the french doors, the pergola to the right contains a lovely, shady dining area.
Here’s a peek of the tablescape that Nancy set up in preparation for a dinner party that she was hosting. Click HERE to see the entire table.
Could I take a nap here? Only if you twist my arm! 😉
Nancy is the vignette queen. One of these days, I’m going to put together a post showing some of the many beautiful vignettes on the interior of her home.
Take a closer look at the vignette residing on the coffee table.
Light wrapped branches reside in a pretty basket in one corner…
…and this to-die-for birdcage resides in another.
My photo doesn’t do it justice.
A cookout area, outfitted with a granite topped custom work station fits nicely between the two pergolas.
Nancy’s special touches are everywhere!
The rock chimney is dressed with a bountiful hanging basket.
Steps lead down to a flagstone patio. This is where the fishy tablescape is set up.
The patio area can also be accessed from the driveway.
So tell me, if you were a golfer would you stop and pause in the shade of Nancy’s lovely yard?
And listen to the cooling sound of sprinkling water?
I bet she’d offer you a cool glass of lemonade!
Here are a few before and after’s just for fun.