Lighting

Posted by rochelle greayer | 10 October 2014

It feels so good to have the pergola mostly finished (we still have to stain it but we’ve relented…that just isn’t going to happen until...

patterned pieces for outdoor living persian inspired via www.pithandvigor.com
Posted by rochelle greayer | 28 June 2013

Oh boy, I used to think I was the kind of person who handled change really well, but this week put my just-go-with-it mentality to...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 29 November 2012

I am not sure why it rarely occurs to me that I can ask you all questions too when I need some help….but it just...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 02 October 2012

Ok –I admit this maybe stretching the definition of DIY  — but for those of you who perhaps need a bit of help when it...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 24 September 2012

As I have sort of begun to organize the chicken coop/ potting shed I am – with every item that gets discarded – wanting to...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 10 September 2012

I love imagining gardens and outdoor rooms that have a distinct look and feel and when I start to play with ideas I always start with words....

Posted by rochelle greayer | 06 September 2012

By day, I suspect these light to be hardly worth noticing.  After all, the resin has been shaped and molded to be an exact replica...

neal street london vi wee.pithandvigor.com
Posted by rochelle greayer | 08 June 2012

Is the weather crazy where you are?  New England is having stormy weather like I haven’t seen since I lived in Colorado (fast moving afternoon...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 05 March 2012

This picture got me wondering…just what might this streetscape look like if the LA and Planners who were putting it together just went all out...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 24 January 2012

Perhaps the best trade show I have ever attended is Maison et Objet (which is currently underway in Paris).  There is just so many exciting...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 14 September 2011

My beautiful home grown gourds from last year’s garden are finally dried (yes it seems to have taken a full 12 months).  But now I am finally...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 22 August 2011

I had few revelations over the weekend. Not the least of which was that I need to settle down and get back to a sense...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 05 July 2011

Have you ever seen something and realized it is exactly what you are looking for, but didn’t know it until you saw it?  I have...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 20 June 2011

Here is the recipe: Tapered candles Bamboo poles Wire Pebbles Terracotta Pot Combine together in the most obvious way — and ta-dah! — beautiful garden...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 09 June 2011

Is anyone else as intrigued by these lights as I am?   They look so similar to a light I had in England when my daughter...

A classic Southern Garden
Posted by rochelle greayer | 09 June 2011

I love noticing the details the give a place the personality it deserves.   For me, a classic southern garden (such as this)  has a few...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 06 April 2011

I am so excited to share this with you that I decided to forgo the option to use the before picture (click here if you...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 07 March 2011

Happy Monday!!  I’ve got a a little blockade of draft posts to clear out today (Now that I am past Friday’s Bluehost image rejecting drama)....

Posted by rochelle greayer | 02 March 2011

image by hpk The idea of a giant classy outdoor ballroom is completely fascinating.  The Akash party plot located in India, is just that.  Such...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 01 February 2011

Who knew that putting well dressed french kids in magazine shots for outdoor light features would hook line and sink me? There were many more...

Posted by rochelle greayer | 26 January 2011

As the snow starts to fall (again) I just lit a fire and am wishing that I had a few more candles to light.  Candles...