From lush, tropical gardens to fully functional farms, these greenhouses will inspire your inner green thumb to come out of hiding.
Kim has the most charming and colorful greenhouse overlooking the Puget Sound at her 100-year-old cottage in the PNW. Follow Kim for all her amazing gardening tips too!
Rachel built her very own greenhouse all in vintage style at her home in North Carolina. You can learn all about how she did it HERE.
Oh my gosh you guys, my friend Sara had her greenhouse made out of old reclaimed windows from a home she completely renovated. And Sara flips homes for a living too. You will love this southern chic greenhouse for sure! Sara has used her Greenhouse on numerous photoshoots too.
Joanne has the coziest greenhouse at her home in Connecticut. The fire is always going and the wine is always ready for her guests. You won’t want to miss her recent interior makeover too! Hint, this used to be filled with grapevines…
Speaking of greenhouses, have you ever been to Snug Harbor Farm in Kennebunk, Maine? Check out my visit to this beautiful farm last spring with greenhouses filled with topiaries and so much more HERE.
I love visiting this fabulous Maine farm in early spring every year. It’s so inspiring!
Tracey’s gardening shed, as she refers to it, is home not only to her plants but to her adorning cats and homemade curtains. And it was recently featured in “In Her Garden” magazine.
Kerri’s greenhouse was inspired by a collection of vintage windows and the idea grew from a simple sketch into a backyard gathering place. I just adore all the warm wooden antiques inside, they’re so inviting! Follow Kerri on Instagram too.
My friend and Vermont neighbor, Lisa has a “garden shed”, as she calls it, and you’ll definitely want to follow her stories over on Instagram to get the full feel of this green velvet decorated space in the mountains of Vermont!
I’m so glad you dropped by today and I sure hope you found some inspiration amongst all these beauties!
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