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evening gate ~ I have a rusty gate that I bought at Salvage One in Chicago years ago that I'm using over the mantle. Not as ornate as this one,but a similar style and color.

evening gate ~ I have a rusty gate that I bought at Salvage One in Chicago years ago that I'm using over the mantle. Not as ornate as this one,but a similar style and color.

I like the contrast between these pale shades & the simplicity/complexity contrast between the plain background and the ornate railing/metalwork.

Grill on a garden gate. like as color combo/inspiration for new home interior (seafoam green & pink).

Gate quilt by Dilys Fronks. Love it!

Dilys Fronks, Open Gate quilt Machine piecing, hand reverse appliqué and hand and machine quilting

This design incorporates a man made element but one so beautiful and organic in style I had to include it.  In the New Jersey countryside there is a wrought iron gate covered in wild raspberry's.  I've been back a few times to photograph it in different seasons- I can't stay away.  The pattern is rather old-fashioned and the blue colorway very flattering. To win one of my silk scarves, take one of my surveys.  Visit: www.BeachCottagePhotography.com and click Textiles.

This design incorporates a man made element but one so beautiful and organic in style I had to include it. In the New Jersey countryside there is a wrought iron gate covered in wild raspberry's. I've been back a few times to photograph it in different seasons- I can't stay away. The pattern is rather old-fashioned and the blue colorway very flattering. To win one of my silk scarves, take one of my surveys. Visit: www.BeachCottagePhotography.com and click Textiles.

The patterning on this sock was inspired by the wrought iron gates and balconies of Paris, the spirit of peace brought to the Versailles talks after the first world war, and the music of John Cale. Reminiscent of a fashionable Parisian lady’s delicate stockings, the vertical motifs are flattering to any foot.

Paris, 1919 pattern by Janel Laidman

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