Garden Gallery: Mariana’s Swedish Country Garden

swedish country garden

This lovely garden belongs to Mariana Sjoberg who lives in Sweden.  She writes about her garden at  M/S DESIGN Trädgård och Keramik.

I am craving all things Swedish at the moment. From the stereotypical spare bright and simple interiors to Ikea style (does every one in Sweden’s house look like that?) I am loving the simplicity that it all seems to imply.  The gardens also hold great appeal to me.   They are earthy and a little bit wild, and the light…..I wish I had light like that in Massachusetts.

swedish country garden

swedish country garden

Make sure to enjoy many more images over on Mariana’s Blog.

images: M/S DESIGN Trädgård och Keramik

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