The front walk – it’s your first chance at making an impression on visitors. Since more and more crackheads are knocking on my door asking for money lately, I have thorny roses blocking mine. However, if you want to let visitors feel welcome and let them know that you are groovy, you do what Jenn Ski did. We are LOVING the way she interpreted and installed the idea behind these photos.
Just wait until summer! Jenn has all the concrete poured. Here is the story of the work in pictures on flickr.
We also love Jenn Ski’s prints, available in her Etsy shop. Here’s a teaser:
images via Jenn Ski;
- first image: Garden Art & Decoartion, A Sunset Book, ©1962
- second image: she found at Junkcultureshop, one of my new favorite blogs.
- third image by Jenn Ski
- fourth image: Home Sweet Home giclee copyright Jenn Ski. See link above to purchase on Etsy.
Hi, I'm Becky. I live in Atlanta. Besides acting as the Editorial Director here on Hatch, you can find me talking design over at Houzz. Make me happy — leave a comment!