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Para la terraza

Para la terraza

The easiest way to add some Boho glam to your garden is with lighting. String fairy lights over a a comfy seating area, line pathways and divide areas with lanterns, and add some solar lights to your fence for when you get the barbecue out!

The easiest way to add some Boho glam to your garden is with lighting. String fairy lights over a a comfy seating area, line pathways and divide areas with lanterns, and add some solar lights to your fence for when you get the barbecue out!

For less than £40,000 Simon Boyley and Adrian McKeen’s Victorian terraced home has been completely modernised and updated to let in light while still keeping the original charm of the space. Find more reader homes at housebeautiful.co.uk

Stunning in suburbia

For less than £40,000 Simon Boyley and Adrian McKeen’s Victorian terraced home has been completely modernised and updated to let in light while still keeping the original charm of the space. Find more reader homes at housebeautiful.co.uk

Understairs cubbyhole | Vintage style | Victorian terraced house | PHOTO GALLERY | Ideal Home | Housetohome

Be inspired by this vintage-style terraced home

Rustic kitchen - tongue and groove white walls, black Britannia range cooker, wood shelves with rusty shelf brackets, black station clock, grocery box kitchen doors, red toaster & kettle,  wall hung plate rack white plates, mugs, wood mirror, white floorboards, cream worktop

Be inspired by this vintage-style terraced home

Rustic kitchen - tongue and groove white walls, black Britannia range cooker, wood shelves with rusty shelf brackets, black station clock, grocery box kitchen doors, red toaster & kettle, wall hung plate rack white plates, mugs, wood mirror, white floorboards, cream worktop

Remodelled exterior for this previously unattractive home.   by Back to Front Exterior Design

Remodelled exterior for this previously unattractive home. by Back to Front Exterior Design

Venetian construction workers, looking for a low-cost way to surface terraces, set broken bits of marble into clay, and then ground down the resulting surface with stones until it was smooth. The name they gave this finish — terrazzo — is also the Italian word for terrace. It's coming back to the home and we're loving this colorful trend.

A Forgotten Flooring Material is Back, and Better than Ever

Venetian construction workers, looking for a low-cost way to surface terraces, set broken bits of marble into clay, and then ground down the resulting surface with stones until it was smooth. The name they gave this finish — terrazzo — is also the Italian word for terrace. It's coming back to the home and we're loving this colorful trend.

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