Some Fountain Fun


Happy Sunday Everyone! I hope you are enjoying your weekend! It’s a very lovely one here in the North East. The sun is bright and the humidity is down. It’s just fabulous! I’m sharing my fountains with you today. Yes, I have two of them! One is off the front porch and the other one is off the back deck. They are not very big, which makes them very easy to place. I just make sure they are close enough to an outlet to plug them in, or I will need to use an outdoor extension cord to reach the outlets. DSC_0137

I like to tuck the fountain into areas around bushes and flowers. This makes it more interesting. I can hide the extension cord that way too. This spot seemed a little bare so I added the fountain. It’s an area that friends and guests see when they come up to my front door. Click here to view my Front Door Decor post. It’s very welcoming to hear the sound of the fountain while you are coming up the front walk way or relaxing on the front porch. Click here to view my Porch Panache.

This sweet little statue is one of my favorite! I found it many years ago and it’s showing it’s age now. I like it’s worn look! I thought, placing the little girl holding the umbrella under the splashing fountain, seemed perfect!

This fountain is off my back deck. I showed it in my July post. Click here to view my Lovely Roses post. I placed this white bench next to the fountain. It filled an empty space left there after my husband pulled out a dying bush.

I decorated the bench with a tin pitcher filled with some pink Roses from my garden. (The Roses are in their second bloom.) A pink flower bucket filled with Ivy and a pink potted plant. I was playing with the white and pink theme here! The small bunny statue added some charm to my vignette.


I love the way this bunny seems to be hiding under the plants on the bench!

I hope you enjoyed some fountain fun today!
Have a lovely weekend!

LuAnn 😉

I’m linking today with:

Between Naps on the Porch-Metamorphosis Monday

Savvy Southern Style