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Thursday, June 21, 2012

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Altoon

Simple and simply beautiful.

Lisa at Greenbow

Wow, this tea house itself is a work of art. Can't wait to see it finished.

sandy lawrence

one word: exquisite!

Curt Heuer

Splendid! Your tea house comes alive when "dressed" with pieces from your collection, even if only temporarily. Keep working Mark!

Barbara H.

Gosh, I wouldn't have known it wasn't finished! The flag looks like it was made for the tea house.

S. Adler Sobol

Very exciting to see these pictures! Susan

mamaraby

I always love your posts about the tea house. It looks like such a serene space!

Linda Brazill

All of these complimentary comments are a nice push to move us forward to the next steps!

Pam/Digging

It's a work of art!

Jim/ArtofGardening.org

Wow is this ever looking spectacular! How does something like this add to the value of a property, I wonder. It's a very specific style and sophisticated level of design for most mere mortals. I assume it makes your home a MUCH more desirable property for a smaller pool of future buyers. Not that selling is even a thought in your futures - but we're all just caretakers of our properties, not really owners.

Julie Siegel

Can't wait to see it soon! Can't believe your progress: impressive...

William Gulliver

I've actually seen the construction of your tea house, from the installation of the frames and sidings. Looking from those pictures, it's getting more beautiful after each stage of construction. I think a round, wooden, fixed window would be better for it. What do you think?

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