Roof Garden Cottage

created by

Mary Braswell


created by

Mary Braswell

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Raise The Roof

Create a charming fairytale-inspired display in your garden. Designed by Mary Braswell, this quaint hypertufa planter is hand painted with flowering vines to lend the look of a forgotten cottage in the depths of an enchanted forest. Once sprouting with your own herbs, succulents, or petite blossoms, this inviting design will bring a touch of home to your backyard garden or porch. Handmade in Georgia.

Designer Mary Braswell has mastered the use the medium of Hypertufa in a way not seen before. She creates the small cottages on at a time and hand paints each one! Her eye for color is exceptional-these cottages are a product that get better with age and weather effects.

Handmade Made in the USA
Made from
concrete, non-toxic paint
10.25" W x 7" H x 6.5" deep; 11 lbs.
Care: weathered for outdoor use.
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Reminds me of it!


from Chelsea, MI

About Me Midrange Shopper


  • Attractive Design
  • It's Quaint And Cute


  • Handpainting Not The Same

Best Uses

  • Porch
  • Will Fill It With Plants


I love the little hypertufa house which reminds me of the cottages in Ireland or Cornwall UK. The painting on it wasn't quite the same as the picture but it was hand done so maybe that's the reason it differs a little from the website. I do love it and plan on placing plants in it for a roof and setting it on my kitchen window shelf until I move it outside or on my screened in porch.

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