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Hardscaping 101: Pea Gravel

Ading Pea Gravel to the landscape. Pea gravel is low maintenance, allowing the water to fall back into the water table so there is no loss of ground water.

The Slow and Green // Yoyogi Village by Kurkku.

The Slow and Green // Yoyogi Village by Kurkku

departurelane: “Great Escape Wonderwall Project: YOYOGI VILLAGE / code kurkku Unwind in a relaxing garden, lounge, and restaurant space mere moments from the exuberance of Tokyo city life.

French Beaded Chandelier ...Lovely To Entertain Guest ...richard landry

12 Sunrooms That Are Bright and Welcoming

this is an interior space but feels like an exterior, architect Richard Landry says of the breakfast room of an Italian-village-inspired California home. Its ceiling and outer walls are glass

For a Southern California couple, architect Richard Landry created discrete structures to emulate the look of a small Italian village. At the entrance, a Jerusalem-stone path runs between the guesthouse, left, and the main house. A koi pond is at right. Santa Barbara rubblestone adds a rustic air to the exteriors.

Richard Landry Creates a Tuscan-Inspired California Home

Architect Richard Landry created discrete structures to emulate the look of a small Italian village. At the entrance, a Jerusalem-stone path runs between the guesthouse, left, and the main house. A koi pond is at right.

Beckoning . . .

Century House, Tuscany, Italy photo via theworld. Isn't it amazing how some homes get more beautiful with age and some just fall down.

In this small Tuscan town, flowers were in every window and balcony.  Of course, everything looks better with a stone background!

Tuscany - In this small Tuscan town, flowers were in every window and balcony. Of course, everything looks better with a stone background

Michigan Central Station. This hulking Beaux-Arts train station was the tallest train station in the world at the time of its construction in 1912. It was designed by Warren & Wetmore and Reed and Stem—the same architects behind New York's Grand Central Terminal—but has been abandoned since 1988.

The World's Most Eerily Beautiful Abandoned Places

Michigan Central Station Detroit, Michigan This hulking Beaux-Arts train station was the tallest train station in the world at the time .

The Vertical Villages of Calabria, Italy are a series of proposed structures that retrofit existing bridges with homes and public spaces with magnificent views of the Mediterranean coast.  A design like this would preserve the original structure, add new real estate while conserving precious Italian space, and show once again how magnificent Italian engineering can be.

Made in Italy: 10 Modern Marvels of the New Italian Renaissance

Image 14 of 22 from gallery of Vertical Villages for European Snowbirds / OFF Architecture, PR Architect and Samuel Nageotte. Courtesy of OFF Architecture, PR Architect and Samuel Nageotte

Tuscany

Tuscany, Italy -- WHAT a difference a few pots of flowers can make. Rr Reminds me of my trip to Italy, beautiful "Very pretty and great memories for you, M"

Italy Travel Inspiration - Bellagio, Lake Como, Italy

Lake Como, Italy

After tearing ourselves away from Mürren, Daniel and I headed to Lake Como—my first time in Italy! We got there a bit later than we anticipated, so we really on

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