Cottage’s and Bungalows Magazine – March 2018

When landscape designer, Teryl Ciarlo first spotted a 1930’s cottage in Brentwood, she was drawn to its “old tradition charm and the big, beautiful yard.” As she surveyed the grounds surrounding the shingled cottage, she envisioned a profusion of boxwood globes, climbing roses, fruit trees, and a vegetable garden, all executed with organic gardening techniques. She also saw how the lines between the interiors of the cottage and the gardens could overlap: “As a landscape designer, I enjoy indoor to outdoor living,” she says. And Teryl knows how to create an A-list space.



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