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My Romantic Home
Whole pic birdcage , lace, wicker,
Love wicker & lace plants too.
table and chairs for front porch
nice touches for wicker table and chairs for lunch.
Lace, bird cage, flowers, and decor on fence!
Cushions and tablecloth
sweet and pretty garden
birdhouses and cosy outside
Private and whimsical very feminie
white rattan and cage
cages and bird houses.
all the lace outside
The pillows and seat cushions.
fixture and ground the dining area. Layering lacy tablecloths completes the shabby-chic look.
Vintage lace......The lace tc...table and chairs
My Romantic Home
aviaries and free flight time. Antique cages often have toxic, dirty finishes and are dangerous as well as way too tiny and restrictive...best only for decorative uses.
Love the flowers, and lace on the table cloth
layers of lace on the table
Love the dining set and the bird cage with 2 doves in it for mini dream house.
Lace really makes the afternoon tea
frilly and pair well with feminine linens. But the combination is not over the top, thanks to rich colors and the natural wood of the fence.
roses and delphinium. Are those love birds I see inside the cage? ;-)
My Romantic Home
Romantic Cottage Garden
sitting and just enjoying life. While I usually have more ecclectic taste, in textures and colors, this makes me feel very aaahhhhh ...
Small intimate area backed by a shed and enveloped in a variety of greens.
The ambiance and entire seating area
arbor, and design a beautiful tranquil garden of serenity! My escape.
It is like a secret garden. Very private and it is nestled in so nicely. Love the delphiniums with their
lovely. Sit and read in peace and drink tea all afternoon.. How splendid..
garden and accessorized with bird cages, bird houses, and other outdoor knickknacks. These accessories add a personal touch and can be changed out from year to year.
with linens, pillows and fresh-cut flowers from the garden. It might not be practical for everyday use, but it's ideal for a tea party.
Seattle Architect & Designer
Rhodes Architecture + Light approaches each project as unique. We believe in simple solutions based on individual dreams, honest materials, and the orientation, colors, and textures of the site.
Michelle Fries, BeDe Design, LLC
width and 15 feet in length to work with. I don't want it to look claustrophobic. I welcome any input.
Style Secret: Textural Fabrics Delicate textiles, such as silk and lace, don't have much of a place in rustic interiors. Sturdy, hardworking fabrics that can take a little wear and tear feel more on point: burlap, linen, cotton, wool. Inspired
strong and streamlined, such as ikat, can blend nicely into this type of décor. Quilts are a natural partner for rustic style as well; try updating them with a patchwork of different stripes or with same-color gingham checks in a variety of scales, rather than the more traditional
as silk and lace, don't have much of a place in rustic interiors. Sturdy, hardworking fabrics that can take a little wear and tear feel more on point: burlap, linen, cotton, wool. Inspired addition: Trendy patterns that still feel strong and streamlined, such as ikat, can blend nicely into this type of
Huettl Landscape Architecture
your work and look forward to following you.
gold lace juniper and lavender, beautiful
different grass types and purple color
grey and lime green with burgandy
landscaping with lavender and golden juniper
purple and chartruse and different textures
Love the pop of red and chartreuse with texture of grass and golden breath of heaven in this planting.
Actually it is Coleonema 'Sunset Gold' with 'Bloodgood' maple, Festuca 'Elijah Blue' and Lavandula 'Grosso'. But close.
color and texture of yellow plant
golden breath of heavenFlowers attract bees8 to 11Evergreen; flowers in winter and spring
love the yellow and blue contrast
inside and break. Because lavender doesn't come back from hard regenerative pruning, the best way to keep your lavender plants looking full and bushy is to shear them immediately after bloom.While you never want to cut into bare wood, by shearing off the spent flowers and about a half-inch of foliage
Rue Group, Inc. / Kathryn Rue, Landscape Architect
Rue Group, Inc.
house and lush plantings, cobblestone paving and low iron rail accents transport you to New Orleans. The front yard and stone entry now truly reflect this home’s incredible interior and a charming rose garden, that was once an unused lawn area, leads to a secret garden.
an old and poorly laid out landscape before our firm was called in to evaluate ways to re-organize the spaces and pull the whole look together for the rich and refined tastes of this client. Today they are proud to entertain at poolside where there is now enough space to have over-flowing parties. A vine
name is Lace Fern and it's botanical name is Microlepia strigosa. Have fun in the garden! K.
Sutton Suzuki Architects
Dining al fresco is the cheapest way to get a little French style into your environment. Take advantage of an unseasonably warm day, set out a linen table cloth, and have
the tree and the view beyond. Here, the preserved tree is essential to the success of this design. Not only does it protect and shade the outdoor patio space, but it deemphasizes the strong architecture of the home and draws one's eye toward the meadow and hills in the distance. Sublime!
shelter and frame it, scaling down the immensity of the sky and focusing attention on the green and the hills beyond.
Live oak thrives and looks best with other California natives and Mediterranean plants, such as manzanita, ceanothus, lavender and rosemary. Pruning out whole branches can control the
The Collins Group/JDP Design
Fireplace Pavillion with Wood Gate
grand-children and also larger spaces for hosting charitable events. A new driveway leads into the property where various materials are married in interesting ways to create new terraces and pavilions, gates and arbors, fountains and fireplaces. Of course, the gardens wouldn’t be complete without the wide variety
plantings and accessories. This truly is a garden full of wonderful detail.
pavilions and fireplaces you are looking at. We could do a design particularly for your needs and location.
What was the cost of building the pavilion and the fireplace?
Awesome! Was the "Vine Iron" built for you custom? or can you purchase this?If so where? Brilliant! Thank you for the pictures and for your help.