That is beautiful!
wow this is gorgeous! how utterly atmospheric! i'd love to have a courtyard with these lanterns hanging on the walls! wow
Now that is just beautiful!
It looks gorgeous at night, but I have to wonder what it looks like during the day.
ohhh I love this too! I need a vacation!
What a great idea! I will remember this one for our summer nights here in Sweden! Thanks, Annica
yes amazing :)
That's a street I'd like to walk down.
Anna, how beautiful! I was so inspired by your post for Maryam that I wrote a post entitled:Arabian Nights - Moroccan style on the table.http://toastandtables.blogspot.com/2007/08/arabian-nights-moroccan-style-on-table.htmlI featured the lanterns from notNeautral. They are dramatic Moroccan inspired lanterns the would enhance any outdoor experience.
Just so beautiful! Have a great weekned Anna.~Kate
How nice. Much more dramatic and illuminating than having them just line the ground of the pathway.
What an inspiring picture. I would love to do a Moroccan inspired lantern patio like this.It looks like each lantern is electrically wired. Now to figure out how to do that. Let me know if you have any ideas. Thanks for the picture.
Just lurking around and found your blog. This is such a beautful idea. BTW, I really enjoy your site!Leigh Ann
so beautiful and striking! love it!
Okay, sidebar image of the week. Love it! Yum.The lanterns from today, love them even more. Yum-O!xoBlue
I do, too!! Thanks for the image. It reminds me a little of luminaria (candles lining the sides of walkways during the Christmas season), in New Mexico.
So beautiful and romantic in the evening.
That is so romantic, oh I wish I could travel more!
could something like this be adapted for an interior hallway wall for a rental? Any ideas that would't require extensive wiring?
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