Rosemary forms an evergreen hedge packed with fragrance. Blue flowers cover the plant in late winter to early spring, and needle-like leaves offer an aromatic perfume. Leaves can be used in cooking. Use rosemary in waterwise plantings, where its drought tolerant nature shines, or plant it as an informal hedge. Most rosemary plants, including ‘Tuscan Blue,’ are hardy in Zones 8-11, but you can find varieties like ‘Arp,’ ‘Madeline Hill’ and ‘Alcade Hardy’ that survive winters in Zone 6 and protected spots in Zone 5.
Bold Mediterranean blue upholstery livens up this outdoor terrace overlooking a tranquil waterside scene. Deep, facing sofas with an ottoman in between provide a comfortable spot for outdoor conversation.
A blue tile backsplash is accented with squares made of blue, white and black tiles. The pattern creates a nice decorative touch in a kitchen that has light wood cabinets, stainless appliances and white windows.
This vibrant outdoor kitchen features all-over aquamarine and royal blue Spanish tiles, giving the space a true Mediterranean vibe. Detailed wood accents, like the curved design that frames one of two stainless steel grills, give the area a finished look.
This hallway gives off a Mediterranean vibe with its Grecian blue antique side board and stone-like candlesticks. Stone sculptures of white flowering plants in distressed pottery sit on either side of the table, while a painting on the white brick wall provides a colorful finishing touch.
Many of the elements seen throughout the home were imported directly from Morocco. Here, stunning blue-and-white tiles create an elegant backsplash in this bathroom, combining well with the lacy sconces and delicately arched window.