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Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge. Home of Jim Ede, who was the curator of the Tate Museum during the 1920’s and 30’s. He developed an appreciation for white-washed walls and minimalistic furnishings during a stay in Morocco. The house and all its furnishings were donated to the University of Cambridge in 1966. The works of many artists, including Joan Miro and Henry Moore, can be seen in the home today.

Stacking Green / Vo Trong Nghia - This beautiful house in Vietnam won House of the Year 2012. Layers of planters up the entire front and back of the building bring green-diffused light to viewers in every room of the house

Keep it simple and make a statement outdoors. Layer pots planted with single plants in various hues and textures

EVERYTHING: THE EVENING LIGHT. THE WHITE RUSTIC WALLS. THE LIGHTS GARLAND. THE PLANTS. THE BURNT EARTH POTS. THE GRAY DOOR. THE IMPRESSION OF PEACE. LOVE AND FAMILY, FRIENDS. DINNER TOGETHER.

adobe love ~~ Life!!! It makes you like u could anywhere in the world... :)

Pots with succulents at entry stairs from street by David Feix Landscape Design, via Flickr, so gorgeous

Grey walls in the garden, helps the green to really pop!

terracotta and topiary, unknown location by iandjbannerman, via Flickr

simplicity, whimsy, greenery, what's not to love-Hotel Amour, Paris