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Beautiful - just beautiful! Because of your training, I quickly noticed the trinity. I was wondering about the use of terracotta pots. . . would they be considered accents? Or am I making too much of this? I'm trying to learn!
brilliantly lovely with a lot of interest in a small spacexodebra
Vera, she's using the terra cotta as her brick and dirt color. The focal point urn is part of her 'white' .Things get interesting with creating trinities because that is when you begin to break rules with them. As you've noticed, with great thought.Have never seen trinity of color so well 'played' with as in Jeri's garden.XO T
Thanks for explaining, Tara. I must get a better grasp on the rules themselves before I start breaking them! ;) So this porch is part of the blue/white porch you featured here? http://taradillard.blogspot.com/2009/07/front-porch-in-subdivision-fast.htmlTwo different trinities, with black & white being the constant? There is much to learn! But I'm loving it!
I love the way the curtain frames the area. It makes it look really inviting, like you'd want to sit there and visit or read a book.
Those are great...simple restraint, looks good all year. Amen!
very very pretty
Yes, Vera.....same porch.I must post both in same posting.XO T
Would love to see both in same posting and your explanation of how to do this. I'm happy to know we can use more than one trinity - but need guidance as to how to do so!
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