Breezy welcoming entrance for our home. Love timber, pot plants and concrete internal stairs.

gorgeous entrance, including glass windows / door and light shade! Paint my timber a white/grey wash. Love this entrance with its breezy welcoming feel. Also the oversized pot plants and concrete internal stairs.

When (and if, I guess) you think about college dorm decorations, chances are good that you tend to do so on the macro level. You know, like, your bedspread. Wall tapestries. String lights, obviously. Basically, you’ll think of the bigger, flashier room items that are not essentials, exactly, but certainly are present enough on any good college dorm-themed Pinterest board or Tumblr page to make them seem that way.

15 Wall Decorations You Need To Put In Your Dorm Room

Chairs with cushions around brazier in small urban garden, clipped box balls, Mespilus germanica

I like the contrasting surfaces but not gravel because of Charlie. I also like the trelliswork on the right-hand wall. Chairs with cushions around brazier in small urban garden, clipped box balls, Mespilus germanica

The rear garden consists of a large entertaining area paved with random-cut Castlemaine slate. Four linden trees (*Tilia cordata*) punctuate the hard surface, framing views from the house into the garden.

Fire pit The rear garden consists of a large entertaining area paved with random-cut Castlemaine slate. Four linden trees (*Tilia cordata*) punctuate the hard surface, framing views from the house into the garden.

The Plantation Style Home of Alanna Smit Photography: Simon Whitbread Words: Bly Carpenter At a time when Australia’s interpretation of plantation, Hamptons and coastal style interiors has become (dare we say it?) rather predictable and twee, it’s refreshing to step into the understated elegance of Alanna Smit’s tropical hideaway on Sydney’s …

The Plantation Style Home of Alanna Smit Photography: Simon Whitbread Words: Bly Carpenter At a time when Australia’s interpretation of plantation, Hamptons and coastal style interiors has become (dare we say it?) rather predictable and twee, it’s refresh

Love the exteriors of this beautiful Mexican home ... how gorgeous is this rooftop terrace? Photos by Simon Watson for Architectural Digest

The roof terrace of a guest house in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, provides stunning views of the surrounding town. The roof terrace of a guest house in San Miguel…

Quakers Hat Bay House - BKH - Burley Katon Halliday

Low, wide pots mm deep by 800 mm wide) are ideal for frangipanis. Underplant with hardy species such as liriope or succulents.

covered patio fun idea. by Heather A Wilson and Jen Langston, via desire to inspire.

greige: interior design ideas and inspiration for the transitional home. LOVE the bed swing!


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