We cruised through Atlanta's Inman Park today and took some pictures of a great fence belonging to a corner bungalow.
So few designs are fun:
Who lives here? What's it like inside? It's a lot bigger than it looks.
I think a circa 1920's bungalow (might be older) should look it age. The hydrangeas have done their color duty and but continue their work in form, texture, and fading.
But I'm easy to please. This is just one detail on one house on a street you might not even find.
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