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Photo of a mediterranean front door in Other with a single front door and a brown front door. —  Houzz
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Samantha van Egmond added this to 12 Doors That Say 'This Home is Beautiful on the Inside'25 May 2017

9. Mediterranean magicWe can almost smell the jasmine framing this inviting entrance. Terracotta steps and pots bring plenty of warmth to the front porch and suggest visitors will discover handmade finds and some rustic, aromatic cooking to tempt them inside.

Anne Benoit added this to 10 Signs That Summer's Just Around the Corner2 November 2016

5. Your climbers have taken offWith our climate being so well suited to a number of different climbing plants, it’s hard not to notice them growing like crazy at this time of year. Jasmine, clematis, wisteria and bougainvillea are popular choices. Jasmine in particular is beautifully fragrant. When grown over front yard fences, its perfume will reach the noses of people passing by and its delicate white flowers will litter the footpaths like confetti.

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Mark added this to Mark's stuff so far27 January 2020

spanish style. tiles on risers & succulents in pots.

HU-749233627 added this to Tile Entry Way1 December 2019

Shape of tiles and accent tiles

Emmanuelle Massot added this to Trees and Plants20 November 2019

Caution: Toxic if ingested by dogs but nontoxic to cats. star jasmine

gmertens1992 added this to Front doors11 November 2019

Like the idea of Jasmine around the door

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