A recent trip to Portugal inspired our garden-loving travel group to add more color to outdoor spaces using tile…. Marianne Binetti wrote in The Daily News yesterday.She ends her story by listing a few tips for garden lovers who wants to use Portuguese tiles in their own gardens.
If a tile cracks or breaks from either the trip home or a hard winter, don’t despair. Broken bits of tile, china and ceramic plates can be used to create colorful garden mosaics on tops of tables, stone benches or garden stepping stones.A very good advice – we use ourselves. Like on this table in our garden at Tings in Kathmandu – where Annette made a colorful flower mosaic from tiles we had left over from the construction of our bath rooms 🙂 [caption id="attachment_1147" align="aligncenter" width="382"] The dish on the table is one of the classic items from Tings ‘Winter Menu’ Homemade Rillette de Porc. The beer is a cold Carlsberg[/caption] Read Marianne Binetti‘s story and all her Tile Tips in yesterday’s The Daily News]]>
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