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Inspiration for a traditional stone landscaping in Toronto.

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Inspiration for a traditional stone landscaping in Toronto. —  Houzz
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Mona Statmore wrote:Mar 23, 2017
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    This piece was acquired many years ago at Camilla House Imports in Mississauga, Ontario. The metal obtains a lovely patina over time and requires no maintenance. It offers a light touch of structure to mark the transition from one garden room to another.

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Lauren Dunec Design added this to 10 Ideas From Outstanding Spring GardensApr 29, 2017

3. Create a seasonal destination. As you’re dusting off your patio furniture, consider pulling a pair of chairs to a spot that’s particularly beautiful — perhaps an area under a flowering tree or one with a view of the garden. Wherever you choose, make it a spot where you’ll be tempted to sit with a cup of morning coffee and enjoy the spring sunshine.

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