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Tuscan balcony, Italy Note:  in US, can use stucco'd foam over framed lumber to replicate the stone corbels.

Tuscan balcony, Italy Note: in US, can use stucco& foam over framed lumber to replicate the stone corbels.

Love the detail

Italian balcony is gorgeous. Love all the architectural details around it.

Flowered Balcony, Paris, France  bluepueblo:photo via diane

╰⊰✿ Window boxes ✿ bluepueblo: balcony in Paris Flowered Balcony, Paris, France by inlovewithberni Beautiful

Ivy Balcony, Paris, France

Autumn ivy balcony, Paris, France This is a beautiful window. I chose a board to display it where it won't be shown as it should be.I should have chosen a floral board.

Balcony in Monforte d’Alba  ~ Piemonte ~ Italy

petitpoulailler: ysvoice: Balcony in Monforte d’Alba - Piemonte, Italy by © Frank Smout

Flowers & balcony

Doorway, Pienza, province of Siena , Tuscany region Italy - Absolutely love this balcony flower garden display! Over the top and a true Parade Of Gardens example on display Flowers

Tuscany. Italy

Cortona, Province of arezzo Tuscany region Italy - Simply the most amazing place!

Door to faerie realm

Double Portal, Sudeley Castle, England it has Always been a dream of mine to live in the middle of history. such beauty.

Flower Balcony in Venice. This looks so beautiful.

[I like the combination of purple, bright pink, and bright yellow that they've used here. The dark green foliage sets it off well.] Flower Balcony in Venice.

Provence, France:

 Maison en pierre - St-Paul-de-Vence, Provence (Love the flowering vine clinging to the stone wall.

Love the Shutters

chippy yellow shutters~ i love the idea for my remodeling and addition to my house next year!

UNA VENTANA MARAVILLOSA REMM

Medieval village of Montisi, Tuscany with their pretty little windows & flower boxes.

I bet they're called wisteria because of how eerie they look, all hanging down, like little purple ghosts on a vine.

I have always wanted wisteria growing all around my house. Wisteria seems to love to live. It climbs onto everything like a beautiful, needy flower. Smells great too

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