Garden Transformation

We first visited Jeff West’s sunny Delaware garden in 2003, but a recent renovation prompted a second glance. Here’s how it changed.

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Natural Beauty
Roger Foley; Stylist: Tim Ward

Natural Beauty

On the pathways, gray-blue crushed slate replaced the pea gravel. A low stacked-stone wall encloses the kitchen garden. Fast-growing English ivy blends the house with the foliage and requires trimming just three times a year to keep it in check.

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Lacy curtains, fresh florals, and plenty of monogrammed pillows are just a few of the feminine touches that give this room its calming and sweet mood. Pieces scored at thrift stores and flea markets were refreshed with paint, then artfully applied to achieve the shabby-chic distressed look.