I love graveled areas in a garden. Beautiful!
Barbara....LOVE each and every one, you had me at the first picture. I am bookmarking this for future drooling and inspiration!
whoa, these images are amazing! like tina said, that first image and those flames took my breath away, and that checkerboard, and.........lovelythank you barbara!debra
Perfect timing - we're working on a major landscaping overhaul of our yard. It's much smaller than these beauties, but I see little bits of detail for my inspiration file!
Well you found all of ht pretty ones, Barbara. Just gorgeous! Pinning.Happy Wednesday.Teresaxoxo
loving all your picks and especially charmed by that first image!michele
I so wish my outdoor space were as elegant but then again, I'd never spend a second inside!xxoo
I'm reminded that I should stop and take a break, go outside and enjoy a little of the day in my side yard. Several more hours of work await me this evening. A nice break, some fresh air would feel good!My two fans are the rustic table and chairs under what look like olive trees and the one below with the grass/bluestone checkerboard pattern.Cheers,John
That second photo is so soft and gray, it's hard to believe it's a photo.
It will be so nice to begin dining outdoors, as soon as the weather clears a bit. Such lovely images.Karen
Beautiful, all of them. I really love that chequerboard grass idea. I might have to try that somewhere. x Sharon
Send some of the good weather this side please? After seeing these pics, I just want to be outside now!
These are all stunning images. The first one is fabulous. Steve might like to know that the second image is the olive tree terrace at John Saladino's California home called Villa diLemma and was photographed by Alexandre Bailhache. Thanks for the inspiration, Barbara.Best...Victoria
Love the checkerboard stones and grass!
The symmetry of the first image really catches the eye!
Just gorgeous. This makes me want to do a makeover in my own backyard immediately!
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