Whiling the Summer Away, Elegantly

For a little Provencal magic in your garden this summer, look no further! Celebrations take on new importance with these sheltering canopies and tents defining your space and creating an undeniably chic and festive air. You can almost hear les cigales chirping and the warm gentle breezes ruffling the fabric as you and your guests relax with un aperitif under these magnificent structures and while the glorious summer hours away.

the Baldachino canopy in lemon yellow
framed with bamboo

the Giostra tent in the festive red and white stripes
of summer

I love this intimate little spot created
by "Umbrello Rettangulare"

this gauze linen and iron structure with chandelier
create luxurious elegance by the sea

the ultimate elegance for a special occasion is this
wooden and bamboo structured tenting

Your collection of miniature orange and lemon trees, topiary boxwoods and lavender plants will attain that je ne sais quoi ease and elegance when potted in these authentic Provencal containers. From the elegant and stately square box planter derived from the orangeries of Versailles, to the modern, minimalist zinc containers that complement the natural elements so beloved in Provencal gardens and homes, you will evoke la cote mediteranee.

your boxwoods never looked so chic!

the Vase d'Anduze first appeared in Provence
in the 16th C. under Henry IV

simple and chic terra cotta pot
in brilliant red enamel adds such
elegance to this entryway

zinc pots work with modern, sleek gardens
and architecture and look fabulous
with textural plantings

the square box "caisse de Versailles" is
a classic for smaller citrus trees; originally designed
by Lenotre to open for storing trees indoors
in the wintertime

small limestone benches with fleur de lys and lions


pavilions, tents, planters and bench all available at

the unforgettable Abbye de Senanque with lavender fields
in full bloom, near Gordes, in Provence


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