Self-taught British designer Rosemary Verey created this tunnel of laburnum and wisteria at her home at Barnsley House in Gloucestershire, England. During her career she also worked on commissions for Prince Charles and Elton John.
Have you ever heard of follies? They are buildings constructed solely for decoration, often found in gardens or on large estates. They can be pagodas, ruins, tents, pyramids, or architectural wonders and can be made of materials ranging from thatch to marble. Follies have been around for centuries, and some common elements include fantasy, humor,…
I pinned this because I love Spring. There's flowers and happiness and green things and warm weather and more happiness. I also love Fall and Winter and Summer, but I got burned out, so I just pinned this one.
Long Thin Yard Rectangles and squares, confined within low walls, convey a very angular look, although the harsh lines are softened by use of delicate pinks and mauves. The natural stone and pebble floor add to its elegance.