hen one thinks of France, the image of "Les Jardins", or the gardens, often comes to mind. From the formal, expansive gardens of Les Chateaux, or lovely cottage gardens of Monet, French gardens are like an artist's brushstrokes of living color. Ivy covered houses, winding paths, rose topiaries and red potted geraniums, make the simplest French gardens irresistible.
We recognize this wonderful French tradition with our Pavillon de Jardin or garden house. Perhaps it is a small home on the edge of the garden of a great estate. Or maybe it is an in-town cottage with a cozy, walled garden of its own. None the less, it is unmistakably French and a garden, no matter how small, will surely be a part of its charm.