Eye of the Day Garden Design Center Featured by DIY Network

Eye of the Day Garden Design Center was recently featured by DIY Network for its upscale outdoor fountains. Accents like French limestone fountains and standing pots can add charm and character to any outdoor space.

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Hand-carved French Limestone fountain

Santa Barbara, CA (PRWEB) March 20, 2013

Eye of the Day Garden Design Center was recently featured by the DIY Network in “Outdoor Ponds, Water Features and Water Gardens”, written by Michele C. Hollow.

The slideshow features the upscale products offered by the Eye of the Day, located in Carpintera just south of Santa Barbara, California and one hour north of Los Angeles. The first slide shows an arched, hand carved French limestone fountain designed to sit above a swimming pool.

The second slide displays a tall red jar, converted to use as a fountain, placed in a square pond. Hollow mentions that fountains and ponds can add a calming sense of character to a backyard, particularly when “The soft sound of water falling from this single fountain masks other unwanted noise and refracted light dances from the moving water.”

Finally, the third slide shows three Gladding McBean pots together in a round pond. Eye of the Day offers specialized services, as pictured, to convert any pot into a fountain.
Eye of the Day Garden Design Center features the largest inventory of fine European garden décor in the United States, including Italian terracotta pottery guaranteed to -15 degrees Fahrenheit, authentic French Anduze pottery, hand thrown Greek terracotta and American made Gladding McBean. The business also offers a Trade Program for design professionals.

Eye of the Days offers a comprehensive inventory of pottery, planters, American made concrete fountains, hand carved stone fountains, statues, antique oil jars and other garden accessories, and more. Customization services include the selection from a wide variety of finishes, glazes, antique treatments and fountain conversions. They also ship to all fifty states and offer a white glove delivery service.

DIY Network is a cable network owned by Scripps Networks Interactive that broadcasts internationally. The station airs do-it-yourself projects and ideas for inspiration, such as landscaping and gardening projects.