- Oct. 23, 2020
-- Combining architectural elements and old world design into a harmonious, pleasing garden sanctuary where you can relax and sip a cup of tea or grill on your barbeque when your grandkids visit, is the vision for a lot of us today. Spending all our time at home, working from home we need to create spaces that are relaxing and cohesive with nature, the garden being our connection to Mother Earth. Harmony with nature, gardening, growing our own vegetables, raking dry leaves or even watering the plants are activities that are so relaxing and nurturing.
The Triple archway, handcarved in old teak wood sits against the brick wall with creepers growing over the columns, beautiful grand old world architecture, the wood is so grounding and brings a single, cohesive identity to your garden sanctuary. A beautiful Buddha sculpture in gray granite, custom ordered from India gives a serene ambiance. The water fall that I put together with natural lava rocks houses the Shiva lingam, bringing in the energy of transformation. These natural stones are found in the river Narmada and are said to reverberate with the energy of Shiva. A pair of columns with old stone bases give the architectural design element to the garden.https://www.ebay.com/str/mogulgallery