27 italianate Eclectic Patio Design Photos

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Carole Meyer www.carolemeyerart.com
I love the tall pencil conifer. It does not look like the italian pencil conifer. Can you tell me the name of thhis beutiful tall pencil
That is an Italian Cypress. It is planted in a pot and is growing, but I am not sure how big it will get in a pot. We have some other Italian Cypress planted
boxwood around the edge. To the left of the photo is a larger pot with an Italian Cypress and some kind of grass underplanted.
am not sure if I gave them too much water or not enough. Anyway these Italian Cypress are doing great and I just hope they don't get too big. Carole
Italian cypress in a pot. An outdoor painting on patio.
“Watwefall deck” — jplitsey
Wendi Young Design
Italian Style in Newport Coast, California
Italian Style in Newport Coast, California
This stunning Italian-style home in Newport Coast, California, certainly is not an example of decorating on a budget (not a small one, anyway), but it
Italian style
“elegant” — vinodashetty
Laura Hardin
fun on location
Italianate columns if only our backyard had a view like this one
Italian feel...love the patio
“Modernism. Beautiful” — diosasdelapasion
Jessica Risko Smith Interior Design
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Montecito Exterior
family Italian
“Seating” — samsimons
Dave Adams Photography
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Garden House
Faux fireplace and gravel. Italian country feel
“Gravel” — amyoco
Pomegranate Workshop
Pool & Patio
terrace; canvas butterfly chairs, turtle shell & taxidermy collection; Italian pottery, Russel Woodard chairs & Richard Schultz lounge chairs, vintage
“corridor to the back of the house” — delsol21
Rubyellen Bratcher
HOUZZ Holiday Contest: A Pretty Backyard DInner Party
It was an Italian dinner featuring two types of pastas, chicken, and three different sauces
It was an Italian dinner featuring two types of pastas, chicken, and three different sauces. All were housed properly to keep the food fresh and had simple
“Party pasta” — dmandrsn
Desire to Inspire
Kim Johnson- patio
signature drink is called "Blame it on the Aperol" - a combination of gin, the Italian liqueur Aperol, lemonade, and prosecco.
“lime green...yes!” — rileylass
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