81 Bamboo border edging Traditional japanes Home Design Photos

Rich Mathers Construction, Inc.
9 Reviews
Eco-Conscious Transformation
I am wondering there is more to the gravel foundation for bamboo planting such as container or any other
Bamboo control barrier, bamboo still has a very smail chance of jumping. Example: ...
funds. Installing bamboo is one stylish way to conceal a building adjacent to a narrow side yard. Just make sure it’s right for you. Bamboo is often praised
According to Anna Foleen, a representative from the American Bamboo Society, many types of bamboo can thrive in a strip of land as narrow as 8 inches, depending
lighting conditions and can grow 3 to 5 feet every year.See more about growing bamboo in small spaces
other device for containing the bamboo?...Bamboo border with rock and slabs...Using bamboo to hide ugly view...I like the rocks, path and bamboo...love the look of bamboo with this wood
“Bamboo” — teachereps
Kohei Owatari Design
2 Reviews
Japanese garden
How will this bamboo fence last in the outdoors? Does it have a coating on the surface?
This bamboo panels imported from Japan. It is made of synthetic material and is not easy to fade. This picture was took around 2002 and it still maintains
We sell bamboo fence. If you live in Ontario,Canada. Great Look!
japanese style fence, imported from Japan
Comment · 10 hours ago Kohei Owatari Design This bamboo fence was personally imported from Japan by me. They are not available here as my best knowledge
“Semi-rough rock” — pistolshrimp
Prassas Landscape Studio LLC
7 Reviews
Roscoe Village Retreat
bamboo fence with 2 ft wider spaced bamboo latice.
Could we use the bamboo screens for the shed?
staggered border...paving, pebbles at edges...japan style enterance...pebble border...Another bamboo screen for yard...irregular edges...bamboo fence
“i like the tiles” — leysnera
Loudoun County Landscape Architect & Contractor
Greensward LLC creates outdoor living spaces for discerning clients in Northern and Piedmont Virginia.
Elizabeth Dinkel
1 Review
Brentwood Regency Estate
Paired with the bamboo mirror, this green and cream wallpaper gives off tropical island vibe
space as traditional and beautiful. But it's the introduction of the bamboo mirror that adds an element of spontaneity to the space and borders the line
Textures, color, excitement — this bathroom has it all. The bamboo mirror is the perfect natural element to coordinate
that local craftspeople added to furniture. The bamboo mirror finishes off the look.
Although a bamboo mirror frame underscores the tropical air of the
Decorative bamboo accessories like this mirror can add a touch of the exotic to a bathroom
Did anyone find the mirror?? Bamboo...Love this except the bamboo mirror
“Wall paper” — arhine47
Evergreen Consulting / 4EGC
Laurel Road: Evergreen Consulting and E2 Homes
what kind of bamboo is in the container
mine calls wood decks “dry rot in slow motion.” He’s pretty spot-on. Traditional wood decks, regardless of how much waterproofing sealant you apply each
Floating edge detail...border around deck...Potted bamboo...bamboo in pots...The container and bamboo plant
“Sideways fences” — student122
Sawhill Kitchens
7 Reviews
Bamboo Serenity
The "wood" is Bamboo. Bamboo is technically a "grass" and is one of the reason's it is such a great
can be heated through a process they call "camelizing" that darkens the bamboo.
Double ovens side-by-side instead of traditional stack
Stainless steel borders; toekick...Bamboo cabinetry with stainless...bamboo cabinets...Bamboo Serenity
“modern” — Alexey Smirnov
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
10 Reviews
Small Home
concrete print design with solid border.
great edging and garden...border and parttern...score around edge...area, plants bordering...interesting contrast, pattern and edge...Patio border
“patio” — jjhopkins
Feinmann, Inc.
21 Reviews
Modern Urban Revival
in the Master Bath, a soaking tub and shower are enclosed, as is traditional in Japan, in floor to ceiling glass. To complete our clients wish list, we
Hi there. I'm installing a similar tile in a bathroom and I'd like to know how you finished the edging here—the one
one that's on the back wall. Is there a bullnose edge? Something else? Is it just rough? Please let me know. Thanks!
The key to the clean edge is having the backerboard very close to the same plane as the adjacent wall
be flipped 180 degrees so the rough side is facing away from the exposed edge.
Thanks for your question. The tile goes floor to ceiling so there is no edging per se, just a row of smaller tiles at the top. Hope that helps.
“Vertical tile for shower?” — teakwood1
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