A birch forest in Finland. Love the long grass either side of a narrow walkway.

silver birch A birch forest in Finland. Remingtons cabin had these wooden walk ways all around the cabin. Mr Grubich and Elerins built their cabins there now.

35 Great Garden Designs. i want to live here and plant only snapdragons and roses and peonies and hydrangeas. aaahhh flowers

Using one flower en masse can have a dramatic effect in any garden - And similarly-hued snapdragons take center stage, here. What lovely, lovely, snapdragons! - Or are they lupines?

Modular Shed/Greenhouse by Avanto Architects

Modular greenhouse/garden sheds by avan. Backyard inspiration that has us dreaming.

Garden of Death, 1896, Hugo Simberg.

The Garden of Death (Kuoleman Puutarha) 1896 Hugo Simberg

Kirsi Neuvonen (Finnish, b. 1960).  Sparkling carnation red mixed with sharp yellow made the garden excitingly different. 2009.

Kirsi Neuvonen (Finnish, b. Sparkling carnation red mixed with sharp yellow made the garden excitingly different.

OMG-a modular garden shed manufactured by Finnish garden supplier Kekkilä Garden, turned into an outdoor retreat! I want one!!

It is a unique prefabricated garden shed that combines a green house with storage space and comes in ready made elements that can be assembled by simply using a screwdriver. The Garden Shed is made from Finnish pine and safety glass and equipped.

finnish garden

Marimekko’s graphic duvet covers and pillowcases charm with their colourful patterns whereas Finlayson’s bed linen is the perfect choice for Moomin fans.

Halosenniemi, Tuusula  This old children carriage is standing in the garden of Maija Halonen near the house of the family. Her husband, Pekka Halonen (1865-1933) was a famous Finnish painter, who built Halosenniemi and lived there with his large family. The house and the garden serve now as a museum all year around. Pekka Halonen has also made a painting, where he used this carriage as a main object.

Halosenniemi, Tuusula This old children carriage is standing in the garden of Maija Halonen near the house of the family. Her husband, Pekka Halonen (1865-1933) was a famous Finnish painter, who built Halosenniemi and lived there with his large family. The house and the garden serve now as a museum all year around. Pekka Halonen has also made a painting, where he used this carriage as a main object.

Garden Shed (kit) by Finnish architect Ville Hara & designer Linda Bergroth for Kekkilä Garden. via de zeen

Garden shed is designed by architect Ville Hara and designer Linda Bergroth for Kekkilä Garden’s Home & Garden collection.It is a unique prefabricated garden.

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