Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Pin It Weekly #77

Oh wow, pins two days in a row feels a bit odd.  It'll be okay, though, and it means I'll catch up with a few posts.  


The Doors of Obernewtyn. Painting by Donato Giancola.


door love

Gorgeously ornate, carved door in India.

200555158-001 - parisapartment blog


Marrakesh, Morocco

The awesomeness hidden behind this door has started to ooze out. I need to know what they are hiding.

Notre Dame Side Door - Paris

Love this rich purple door! Absolutely stunning.

Beautiful garden gate ideas. More inspiration:

Sure, a garden gate marks the entrance to your property but it also signals what's beyond. Set the tone with one that reflects your style.

This is an interesting take on the traditional garden gate. I like the pairing of the green and purple together.

Robin is likely to spy some metal scrap and find a way to use it. Case in point, the garden gate: "That's the rusted headboard of a bed," she confesses. #countryliving #gardens

Custom Gate  in Do Fence Me In: Your Guide to Fences, Screens and Gates from HGTV

Bikes, good on the road and in the garden - See this post from Inspiration Green for a whole lot of repurposed bicycle brilliance.

Leaf detailing on this gate need not be expensive, but it gives the entire backyard area an extra touch of class and artfulness. From Jane Hart Design in Portland, OR.

A rustic gate of cedar and willow is a fitting welcome to a cozy cottage garden filled with a riot of intertwining perennials. The matching fence discourages deer, while the arbour and its cascade of wisteria complete the tableau.

I like the half circle border with pavers and flagstone at the gate entrance.

Handcrafted Dovetail Home | By Caribou Creek Log Homes | Gate Detail by, via Flickr

Through the garden gate at Barrington Court near Ilminster ~ Somerset, England • photo: Richard McHowat on Flickr

SBG pin of the day!  A simple gate with vertical sticks painted shades of green and topped with fun colorful things.

Junk springs to life in Issaquah peapatch gate sculpture | Pictures - Issaquah-Sammamish Reporter

This is a metal gate called, "The Rabbit Gate - Norton Priory", but really should be done in stained leaded glass I think.

Great garden gate

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