June 27, 2011

Living In A Geodesic Dome

I moved the Crimson pygmy dwarf barberry that was in the
 front flower bed to the back yard.
 I decided I would rather have
Drift roses in that bed.



Today's bounty. The tomato on the right
 is the Black Krim.
I moved the Purple Oxalis from the front
flower bed, which gets mostly sun (I thought
putting it in the back of the flower bed under the
crepe myrtle tree would shade it) to the shade garden
in the back yard.


Miss Muffett Caladium with the Purple Oxalis behind it.




I moved Golden Prize daylily to the front yard. You
can also see how the living fence of Elaeagnus shrubs
is progressing. The two Natchez Crepe Myrtles
have not bloomed yet.

I have photos of the outside of the "dome", so I thought maybe
you might be curious as to the inside. This shot is of the upstairs
living area that has a massive skylight window in the
center of the ceiling.


It's somewhat of a challenge for hanging artwork
on the walls. Upstair the walls are
really domed so I solved this with
decorative easels.
Not all the walls are domed, so you do have some
flat wall spaces.


Looking up to the upstairs area from the main living area.



Downstairs living area with the massive fireplace.


Stone floor as you walk in the front door. Steps down
into main living area. Back of fireplace is on the left side
of picture.


Back of the fireplace. This is what you see
when coming in the front door.
Looking down from upstairs
toward the fireplace.
Skylight over the first floor living area.

Another shot of first floor skylight. 
Decorative woodwork over the window

Decorative woodwork over the windows.

4 comments:

  1. Beautiful, loved it when you got it, love it now

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  2. Thank you Susan - you're too kind.

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  3. I had no idea. Looks very interesting but challenging to decorate. I'm wondering where this might be that you are moving things around. Somewhere cooler than here, I think.

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  4. Well it's not real cool here either (North Texas) up by the Oklahoma border. I don't spend much time out front, most of the time in the back - things get taken care of more in the back.

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