This welcoming Zen garden draws the eye by placing statues, stones and a prayer bell in a gracefully meandering path. Foliage, like the miniature Japanese maples, provide a backdrop for the focal points.
If changing multiple water stations sounds exhausting, invest in a running water fountain such as the PetSafe Drinkwell Pagoda Fountain. Cats love running water and the ceramic carafe keeps water filtered and fresh.
This gorgeous historic home from the Arts and Crafts period shows the incredible influence of Japanese and Asian styling married to a traditional Craftsman style home. The home's unique personality is highlighted by its low pitched rooflines and overall pagoda style.
A covered outdoor room in Atlanta serves as a shady place for dining al fresco and resting, even outfitted with a twin bed. It was designed by Beth Webb. The English country-style space also has a fireplace, beadboard ceiling and blue accents.
The wrought iron pagoda in Rollins' vegetable garden was sourced at Atlanta's Scott's Antiques Market and powder coated for a fresh finish. Painted white brick garden beds provide visual continuity with the brick of the main house.
Rollins has continued her navy and white theme with an oversized strawberry pot that also provides the perfect focal point in her edible garden. The wrought iron pagoda was sourced at Atlanta's Scott's Antiques Market and powder coated for a fresh finish.
Mount solar lanterns on posts to add ambience and style to your outdoors. The Pagoda solar LED light fixture is made of rust-resistant cast aluminum and beveled glass. The lantern, made by Gama Sonic, is sold through retailers such as Overstock.com.
Plan to stake this prolific pea, which grows 26 to 30 inches tall. Branches form right angles with the main stem, making picking a snap. Each branch bears two to three pods, so heavy harvests are standard. ‘Pagoda’ adapts well to growing in pots.
For the foyer and stairwell in the Madcap Cottage interior design team's North Carolina home, hand-painted details inspired by great English country estates brought the once-dark space to life. There's a "tented" ceiling, painted floors and a hand-painted pagoda chandelier from a consignment shop. The designers are authors of "Prints Charming: Create Absolutely Beautiful Interiors with Prints & Patterns."
Shauna fell in love with the cabinet, by Hooker Furniture, while the house was still in the blueprint stage and made sure it would fit in this small space. She had the legs removed to make it vanity height and a hole cut in the top for a sink. Two other twists on classics: damask-inspired wallpaper by Serena & Lily and a navy lacquer pagoda mirror from Shades of Light.
Hand-painted details inspired by great English country estates brought the once-dark space to life in the foyer at the Madcap Cottage interior design team's North Carolina home. A "tented" ceiling, painted floors and a hand-painted pagoda chandelier purchased at a consignment shop invite guests to linger. The pink, teal and green room is by designers Jason Oliver Nixon and John Loecke, author of "Prints Charming: Create Absolutely Beautiful Interiors with Prints & Patterns."