In Provence in the south of France, Jean Bernard and Nathalie Masset have created a terrace to marry well with their seventeen century home.
The Massets have added accentuating details that might go unnoticed to the eye because they correspond beautifully with the surroundings. Note the railroad tie border around the terrace, and the old cut stones around the tree.
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Create an al fresco dining destination. This outdoor dining space is reminiscent of a French café. With gravel and stone covering the ground and hefty iron furniture, the floor-pooling white curtains provide a welcome note of softness.
Ahhh... The breezy curtains provide a peekaboo view of this romantic sitting area. I can picture myself in this setting savoring a summery vintage and good company on a sultry candlelit evening. Count me in!More:Garden Design Essentials: Emphasis and Focal Points