Jeri Farmer loves French style, so it’s no coincidence that this Douglasville, Georgia, homeowner created a glass garden house inspired by the glass Pyramid at the Louvre museum in Paris. Made of salvaged windows, her little glass house is surrounded by a landscape not unlike an Impressionist painting, including stone pathways and 13 different kinds of pink and blue hydrangeas.
The process began eight years ago, when Jeri and her husband, Benny, wanted to create a focal point for their backyard. Their son David began collecting old windows, and then David and Benny spent a weekend attaching them to create the 10- by 12-foot structure.
Many of the items in Jeri’s conservatory are vintage or one of a kind. Similar items are available from Le Jardin Blanc.