Friday, March 26, 2010

Rooms and The Open Air...

I am a sucker for walls like this — especially if
there is some weathered, painted brick nearby.
Nice little touch with the awning as well.
Boxwood, magnolia, hydrangea, anise, and holly create
a stunning backdrop for rustic gazebo and outdoor
dining area. The stone faux-bois dining table is from
France. The iron gazebo came from Anthropologie.
An overscale Devonshire clock face
punctuates a French table near a pool.
My favorite parts of this outdoor room are the Moorish-
inspired mirror that hangs from the pergola on industrial
chain and the inlaid Regency-style chairs.
This patio/sunroom is also the entrance to Amy Neunsinger's
1952 home. The two pairs of double-glass doors were installed
to create and indoor-outdoor flow.


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