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Woodland garden 1 Eclectic Landscape, Charlotte

Chinese doors create a sense of mystery as to what lies beyond. I built a frame, free standing, and flanked it with rhododendron.
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This is an example of an eclectic landscaping in Charlotte. — Houzz

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Jay Sifford Garden Design added this to 7 Ways to Design a Garden That Flows and Intrigues
7. Add a gate. Bold transitions are desirable to make dramatic statements in some cases. Gates can be aesthetically useful when a garden is too predictable and needs to be injected with interest, or when two distinctly different garden spaces adjoin.In either case why settle for an ordinary, mundane gate when, with just a bit more effort, you could add something unexpected and unique? Scouring antique shops, import stores and architectural salvage warehouses can yield a treasure trove of possibilities.More: Browse thousands of inspiring gates

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Gate: Scouring antique shops, import stores and architectural salvage warehouses can yield a treasure trove of possibilities.
wawkjc added this to GArden
7. Add a gate. Bold transitions are desirable to make dramatic statements in some cases. Gates can be aesthetically useful when a garden is too predictable and needs to be injected with interest, or when two distinctly different garden spaces adjoin. In either case why settle for an ordinary, mundane gate when, with just a bit more effort, you could add something unexpected and unique? Scouring antique shops, import stores and architectural salvage warehouses can yield a treasure trove of possibilities.

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