Oh, I want that gate! What a beautiful piece.
Very cool! I wish the good folks at the NWFGS had half of that sense for the beautiful AND unusual. I know you know exactly what I mean. :)
Is that an architect's office? Between the giant urn and the gate, I take it they do not encourage walk-ins. Now what's that next door? Looks suspiciously like a garden shop.
Good eye Ricki, off course it is! Well a florist really: http://meganmaryolander.com/.
I sure like that!
Aloha. Much better than literally boarding up the door. The yellow daffs are a bright spot.
Rustful and very fin de siè·cle French. I like it!
I love rusty metal things and that one's a beauty!
Such a stylish way to say please use other door!
What a way to block a gate!
It's kinda hard to get in through the door!
That's definitely a "I don't how I'm going live without it" rusty thing!
Oh, I like it! It fits that space perfectly and it will look really nice when the plants fill in. That gives me some ideas--thanks!
Lovely piece of ironwork! Too bad they don't utilize the window space on either side from the inside! Perfect display spots!
I wonder what kind of vine will be planted in the urn behind it to twine about the rusty metal in summer. If they aren't planning to do that, they should!
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