Fairy and Small Window Garden Ideas Shared by Praniti Verma

Fairy and Small Window Garden Ideas Shared by Praniti Verma

by Priti on October 9, 2013

Get ready to take a virtual tour to Praniti Verma’s beautiful small window and terrace garden. An inspiration for people who love to own a mini Victorian garden.

Garden Decor Ideas for Windows and Small Terrace

Hello folks! A very good morning and happy weekend to you all. So…how have you been? Got some home+work to do??? Well, I have one for you. Since its Sunday and you are enjoying your family time, I’ve something very interesting and refreshing to share with you all. Am talking about garden ideas for small spaces!

While I was thinking of sharing some unusual and inspiring ideas for small space homes in India, I received these awe-inspiring mini garden pictures in my inbox via Shipra Verma (from Needles N Brush)….and the creative mind behind these ideas for window garden is Praniti Verma (sister of Shipra) from Mumbai.

Thank you ladies for being a regular visitor of kwikdeko and sending in your pictures.

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This post is just to appraise her efforts and share some easy to maintain garden ideas for window, balcony and terrace.

In this fast moving world, we hardly get any time for maintenance of our garden. Though we love to own a garden, we really can’t think of designing it in small spaces, specially in metropolitan cities like Delhi and Mumbai…but for Praniti, everything is possible!!!

Check out her brilliant work and awesome ideas for small space garden, whether its your window or a small terrace. Here we go…

Colorful Planters and Flowers in Her Balcony

Desert Rose

Gerbera Flowers

Bleeding Heart


Take a closer look at this picture, grills have been used to hold the planters on her window supported with balcony railing.

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Flower Pots Arranged at Window Panel

White Lilies


Decor Elements for Small Garden

Read: A Mini Home Garden for Small Space

Terracotta Ganesha Statue

Terracotta Decor

….and some more decor elements in ceramic. I simply adore this ideas of using some ceramic decoration stuffs for giving a natural landscape look. Pair of swan, fisherman and glass bowls full of water) are making this window garden a fairy place I would love to visit!

Victorian Window Garden

Planters and Decor Element

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– has written 254 posts on kwikdeko. She is a pro blogger from India and a self-confessed photographer. She also writes for renowned magazines. You can follow Priti on Twitter

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1 dechen April 9, 2013 at 1:39 pm

Hi priti! I luv these! Especially the pool with ducks- u fooled me to b real!! My husband is crazy of plants. Everyyear he spends a lot on them. Since v dnt hv much space wht r the other options bsides pot filled plants 2 have a small garden ( gound flr)


2 Praniti Verma April 27, 2013 at 1:20 pm

What place are you from? There’s this shop in Lokhandwala, Andheri, Mumbai called Sandys. They have beautiful stuff to adorn your mini garden.

I had got these ducks from them. Too reveal, some days back a hanging pot had fallen on them, and had broken their neck. I could not fix it with Fevikwik too. Managed with m-seal.
I had designed a friends small window space, breaking colorful tiles, designing them giving a Morocco feeling.
Right now, this is my passion and a hobby.


3 Arpita Shah August 16, 2013 at 9:30 pm

Lovely pictures and ideas!!!!………I have already started implementing some of them in my small windowsill. @Praniti Verma, good to know ur passion …. its a great job!!!… Is it possible for u to share some pictures of what u r doing with breaking colourful tiles?


4 Praniti Verma December 11, 2013 at 10:17 am

Thanks a lot Arpita Shah


5 Madhu December 23, 2014 at 4:03 pm

Hi pranati.that was a lovely garden, and thank you sharing.
Can you suggest me the flowering plants which bloom through out the year.


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