Tuesday, September 10, 2013

MCHUCLA: The Gardens by Christine London

These are the custom gardens featured in the Designer Dollhouse Showcase at the Kaleidocsope Ball that helped to raise almost $1.8 million for UCLA Mattel Children's Discovery and Innovation Institute. Here are more photos from Christine London's two gardens that were auctioned off. Click on the images to enlarge.

THE GARDENS:

Brownstone Walled Garden


Christine London designed an Urban walled garden with a diversity of areas for dining, gardening, reading and play. Warm neutrals were used in the stonework while the plants were a mix of crisp greens, creams, and whites. The plants were all handmade and detailed in England. Credits go to Pauline London, Holly London Whitefoord, and Candace Conard.

www.christinelondonltd.com



Georgian Garden


Christine London designed the Georgian garden to suit a country house. It tells the story of a venerable old tree presiding over a space and the atmosphere and sense of place that this creates. Using one main planting element has the impact of creating a serene but multipurpose garden room full of different shades and textures of green. Credits go to Pauline London, Holly London Whitefoord, and Candace Conard.

www.christinelondonltd.com





Publicity information provided by bluPRint. All photography by Jon Hugstad.

Read full coverage of the event, features on designers and see more photos in all of my posts here. Or visit my main MCHUCLA Designer Dollhouse Showcase page with links to all 10 houses here.

1 comment:

  1. now this is impressive and very creative..I like this

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