If you haven’t decorated for Halloween yet there’s still time to get some Hauntingly Beautiful inspiration at Roger’s Gardens in Corona Del Mar.
Let me start by saying if you love gardens, you MUST visit Roger’s gardens. This place is unlike any garden center I’ve ever visited, it’s absolutely beautiful. The grounds are pristine, even the patio furniture area looks as if they serve sunday brunch there (it’s actually a shame they don’t). When you walk into the garden, there’s a train village that has been created around a tree. My girls loved it. Everything is lovely.
Now back to the original subject, the Halloween Boutique holds surprises in each turn and corner. It made me want to come home and spook up everything in my house. They say that a picture is worth a thousand words, so here it goes.
There are so many great and inspiring ideas, some make you think “I can do that”‘ but then when you really start looking around you notice that are some exquisite one of kind items. This boutique features work of some amazing artists like: Eric Cortina, Scott Smith, Joyce Stahl, William Bezek, Tina Haller, Bethany Lowe, Vergie Lightfoot and Nicol Sayer. I took some pictures but my phone simply doesn’t capture how beautiful these pieces are. These are some of the pictures from Roger’s Gardens blog.
A beautiful hand stitched witch by Joyce Stahl.
This ghoulish creature is by Scott Smith.
I loved these terrorfied candlesticks by William Bezek
These antique looking paper mache dolls were my favorite by Nicole Sayer.
My little one enjoyed this guy, she said it was “Creepy” by Bethany Lowe
A porcelain jeweled skull by Eric Cortina
I sooo want one of these handpainted one of kind Pumpkins in my home by Vergie Lightfoot
Every room features something so completely different than the last. The setting is hauntingly beautiful, don’t miss it!
Halloween Boutique Date/Time
- Open daily thru October 28, 2014
- 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Images from roger’sgarden.com/blog