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Flower pot by Bauer Pottery, LA.

In the Garden: the Art & Craft

by Patricia Poore on June 14, 2013

in Art + Craft,Garden

ABOVE: Flower pot by Bauer Pottery, LA.

From the editors, a sampling of pretty things for outside to add curb appeal, beauty, and comfort to your Craftsman house, bungalow, or Tudor.

(Click on the small images for a full-sized view)

Stone Forest

Stone Forest

LIGHT MY FIRE In blue-grey granite, the Helios fire vessels runs on natural or LP gas, not wood. The 500-pund garden accent is 36" square and 15" high. With lava rock, glass, and a natural gas component kit, it retails for $1,877.50 before shipping. From Stone Forest, (888) 682-2987, stoneforest.com

Arthur Lauer

Arthur Lauer

FLOWING FLOWERS Plant rambling roses or flowering vines in the Square Planter, and watch them climb at will. The 18"-H square planter is $597. Contact Arthur Lauer, (800) 982-3880, arthurlauer.com

Bauer Pottery, LA

Bauer Pottery, LA

COLORFUL OLD WORLD Best-known for its brilliant colors, they now offer over 50 styles for the home, including flower pots, jardinières, and oil jars for garden decorating. Oil jars are available in three sizes, and prices range from $140 to $660. Contact Bauer Pottery, LA, (888) 213-0800, bauerla.com

Eleek

Eleek

GREEN PAGODA Transform a garden space into an Asian retreat with the Pagoda lantern. The 18" square UL-listed lantern is 26" high. A 100% cast aluminum version sells for $2,215. In 90% recycled cast bronze, the price is $2,745. From Eleek, (503) 232-5526, eleekinc.com

Celeski Studios

Celeski Studios

ULTIMATE BENCH With classic Greene & Greene details that include slots and cloud-lift shaping, the Medina Curved Bench wouldn’t look out of place at an Ultimate Bungalow. The 42"-long bench is $695 from Celeski Studios, (206) 932-4466, celeski.com

Charleston Gardens

Charleston Gardens

MAGICAL ORB Gazing globes were a garden phenomenon of thelate-19th and early 20th centuries. This version, in hand-blown green glass, measures 13" in diameter. It comes with it’s own 8" iron trivet. Together, the set retails for $165. From Charleston Gardens, (866) 469-0118, charlestongardens.com

Coe Studios

Coe Studios

SEA PATH LIGHTING The Tilden Garden Lamp is Jerry Coe’s path-light version of his Sea Ranch design, configured for maximum down-lighting. The glass globe version (left in photo) retails at $615. The bronze-screened Tilden Pathlight (right) is $565. From Coe Studios, (877) 263-2950, coestudios.com

Gladding McBean

Gladding McBean

TIMELESS PLANTER Gladding, McBean has been making architectural terra cotta for more than 125 years. The fluted planter with vine motif border is frost-proof; it comes in three sizes from 15" to 28" high. The 21" x 25" mid-sized version retails for $960. Contact (800) 776-1133, gladdingmcbean.com

Old California Lantern

Old California Lantern

SIGNAL LIGHT The 130 Westmoreland Place is an imposing choice for a bungalow pier or gatepost. In solid brass with a stained-glass Gamble panel, the lantern measures 25" wide x 30" high. It retails for $4,496. From Old California Lantern, (800) 577-6679, oldcalifornia.com

Pine Hall Brick

Pine Hall Brick

ROUGH AND TUMBLE Rumbled Ironspot clay pavers are tumbled after firing to give them the look of aged brick. Low in water absorption, they will last as long as your house. Retail prices range from $2.15 to $2.75 per square foot. Contact Pine Hall Brick, (800) 334-8689, pinehallbrick.com

Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust

Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust

FOR THE BIRDS The graceful lines and angles of a migrating flock inspired this Craftsman Bungalow-style birdhouse. The gently sloping mahogany body is decorated with bronze nail heads and topped with a hand-burnished copper roof. Measures 12"-H by 8" square, and retails for $115. Contact the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust, ((877) 848-3559), shopwright.org

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