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Tiny but beautiful balcony garden space. White-washed walls set the scene for some statement lounge chairs, and a natural floor covering completes the transformation.

Tiny but beautiful balcony garden space. White-washed walls set the scene for some statement lounge chairs, and a natural floor covering completes the transformation.

July 29, 1981: Prince Charles marries Lady Diana Spencer in Saint Paul's Cathedral.

Amazing behind-the-scenes pictures of the 1981 royal wedding

With new guests coming in and out of Camellas-Lloret all the time, alfresco community dinners in the courtyard help everyone feel welcome. When Annie and Colin Moore restored their medieval home in small-town southern France, they knew they'd eventually want to open some rooms as a bed-and-breakfast. The garden was restored first, so its plants would be fully mature by opening day | archdigest.com

This Elegant French Home Feels Untouched By Time

With new guests coming in and out of Camellas-Lloret all the time, alfresco community dinners in the courtyard help everyone feel welcome. When Annie and Colin Moore restored their medieval home in small-town southern France, they knew they'd eventually want to open some rooms as a bed-and-breakfast. The garden was restored first, so its plants would be fully mature by opening day | archdigest.com

Ideas for Intro-ing - Romeo and Juliet: The Balcony Scene (Act 2, Scene 2)

Ideas for Intro-ing - Romeo and Juliet: The Balcony Scene (Act 2, Scene 2)

“The Balcony Scene” – Romeo + Juliet, Craig Armstrong | 44 Perfect Songs To Listen To While You Write

44 Perfect Songs To Listen To While You Write

“The Balcony Scene” – Romeo + Juliet, Craig Armstrong | 44 Perfect Songs To Listen To While You Write

Dramatic floating staircase with a backdrop to match its brilliance [Design: By Finesse]

Dramatic floating staircase with a backdrop to match its brilliance - Decoist

The Balcony Scene from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, 1788 Grignion (18th Century School) after Burney Engraving laid down on a supporting sheet In a cream, conservation grade mount In reasonable condition, some age discolouration, as illustrated Engraving: 17.5 x 11.1 cm; mount: 25.4 x 20.4 cm (10" x 8") Visit our Frames page to view and select a frame for this work

The Balcony Scene from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, 1788 Grignion (18th Century School) after Burney Engraving laid down on a supporting sheet In a cream, conservation grade mount In reasonable condition, some age discolouration, as illustrated Engraving: 17.5 x 11.1 cm; mount: 25.4 x 20.4 cm (10" x 8") Visit our Frames page to view and select a frame for this work

The Balcony Scene in 'Romeo and Juliet' Is a Lie - The Atlantic

The Balcony Scene in 'Romeo and Juliet' Is a Lie

The Balcony Scene in 'Romeo and Juliet' Is a Lie - The Atlantic

Romeo and Juliet Has No Balcony - Atlantic Mobile

The Balcony Scene in 'Romeo and Juliet' Is a Lie

William Shakespeare – Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Scene 2 (The Balcony Scene) | Genius

William Shakespeare – Romeo and Juliet Act 2 Scene 2 (The Balcony Scene) | Genius

One of the great contributions to the richness of Hong Kong’s urban scene were without doubt the caged balconies that lined the elevations not only of the Walled City, but also of many of the city’s other older tenement buildings. Sadly now but a distant memory, since they were classified as illegal structures in the late 1990s and torn down, these practical and otherwise very necessary additions to life in a tiny apartment were a source of constant delight.

One of the great contributions to the richness of Hong Kong’s urban scene were without doubt the caged balconies that lined the elevations not only of the Walled City, but also of many of the city’s other older tenement buildings. Sadly now but a distant memory, since they were classified as illegal structures in the late 1990s and torn down, these practical and otherwise very necessary additions to life in a tiny apartment were a source of constant delight.

Are you teaching Romeo and Juliet? Here's why you should start with the balcony scene instead of reading the play from the beginning.

Why You Should Start With the Balcony Scene When Teaching Romeo and Juliet

Are you teaching Romeo and Juliet? Here's why you should start with the balcony scene instead of reading the play from the beginning.