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Troy Rhone Garden Design
17 Reviews
Can it really be the front door?
Ideabooks5,249
Questions4
garden gate is a door with mirror inserts
Nice sculpture flanking the walk way
looks like a secret garden entrance for grown ups
separate the back garden from parking area
Two rams guard this entry point in an Italian garden. Historically, Italian gardens were full of well-placed statues and fountains.
Look closely at this photo. It's possible the whole composition is an illusion. Is that a glimpse of a secret garden through the "gate," or is that a divided light
“Entry” — vina2013
Philip Nimmo Design
Luxe West Hollywood Residence
Ideabooks4,716
Questions4
Hedge break? Could use as a frame for industrial/sculptural objects.
with decoration or sculpture in the middle.
Small formal garden space
Informal Tuscan garden
Love this serene garden.
formal garden with gravel
This formal-style topiary garden is stunningly enclosed with green walls and overlooking trees. The combination of stone and lush topiary hedges is always a successful one.
Italian garden --3...Garden room...Secret garden...english garden...garden design...Formal Garden
“Garden” — MIKARRASCO
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Water Towers
Ideabooks3,675
Questions5
does double duty as a sculptural element, so much the better.
WATER FOR WILD LIFE All kinds of insects and birds and amphibians will use almost any water feature you can provide. And if that water feature does double duty as a sculptural element, so much the better.
feature you can provide. And if that water feature does double duty as a sculptural element, so much the better.
Would like water feature in new garden
double duty as a sculptural element, so much the better.
11. Water for life. All kinds of insects and birds and amphibians will use almost any water feature you can provide. And if that water feature does double duty as a sculptural element, so
Water for life. All kinds of insects and birds and amphibians will use almost any water feature you can provide. And if that water feature does double duty as a sculptural element, so much the better.
“the birdbath” — jgguerr
sustainable garden design perth
2 Reviews
Contemporary Garden Cottesloe Perth
Ideabooks9,809
Questions5
A contemporary garden containing a sculptural corten rusted steel letterbox, a washed aggregate concrete outdoor living space surrounded by a curved raised garden bed. The garden contains feature succulent bowls, a small olive and citrus orchard with a selection of Australian native and exotic ground
ground covers in the raised garden bed.
Love this sculpture! Can you share the dimensions please. Thanks.
The tree sculpture was custom made with Cor-ten steel and the gate was custom made with powder coated aluminum slats, as was the background fence.
Rusted steel letterbox offset with garden
great website: sustainable garden design perth
Love the core 10 steel sculpture
Sustainable and stylish. This sculptural rusted-steel letterbox suggests that creative types with respect for the earth inhabit this home, don’t you think?
“rust art tree” — nancysc
Robin Amorello, CKD CAPS - Atmoscaper Design
18 Reviews
Ready, Set, GROW!
Ideabooks7,417
Questions1
You could build a garden for food too!
Like the looks of the garden
Patio and VERY small veggie garden in front :-)
integrating a raised flower or garden bed
Although getting rid of the expanse of gravel and adding visual interest were the couple's main motivations, Joseph and Robin both love to garden and wanted a space for growing their favorite plants. Joseph is Italian and loves to plant tomatoes, cucumbers and basil. Robin wanted a special spot for
“studio?” — gardendreams2014
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Asian Inspired Woodland Garden
Ideabooks837
Questions0
a granite mountain plateau with a boulder peak. The client purchased the concrete lantern which perfectly complements the entrance to this woodland garden. Photo by Jay Sifford
doors, a vine-covered arbor, a pair of sculptures or large boulders, an opening in a tall hedge or, as this photograph shows, a bridge.
theme for this Asian-inspired woodland garden.
cast bridge as an entry feature for the garden
Jay Sifford Garden DesignSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Create a garden entrance. Every good writer begins by setting the stage in chapter one. Your garden should do the same. A well-designed space always has
The entrance should set the garden apart from its surroundings, create a theme or mood, and evoke a sense of anticipation in the visitor. This is especially important in the garden of the traveler, because this is the point of departure for the ensuing journey. The garden entrance may be a gate, a set
“Bridge over dry creek” — lorrainewelch
AtMar Landscape Services, Inc.
7 Reviews
Los Altos Hills Residence
Ideabooks575
Questions1
Could you please tell me who did the sculpture?
sculpture in center focus of the landscape
Half to a third of sculpture
Nice outdoor sculpture. Make it smaller
This sculpture would be even more stunning with a propane tornado fire column in the center.
Contemporary sculpture
Garden sculpture done well.
Sculpture for front yard
interesting sculpture for residence front
Sculpture display...Rose garden...Pretty sculpture...garden art...sculpture 4...garden art
“Sculpture” — sarahfrech1
Between Naps on the Porch
Between Naps on the Porch
Ideabooks11,828
Questions5
Could you not set your garden on fire by the sunlight being focused through one of the bottles..?
works of art are ideal for the vegetable patch or the herb garden, where they are guaranteed to put a smile on your face each time you're harvesting salad ingredients.
Step into the gardenPick out your most attractive used bottles and make a DIY garden sculpture. Those wine and beer bottles have a habit of stacking up towards the end of the week, don’t they?
can't think of anything more whimisical in the garden than a bottle tree. They are more typically seen in the Southern garden and are really beautiful when the sun sets them ablaze.
Blooms may be scarce in winter, but you'll always have color in a garden sporting an old-fashioned bottle tree. And
“Fun” — sarah_h_coleman
Help to protect my "mobile" garden from cats
I grow my own herbs in large mobile/wheeled pots. But I have some 5 of my own cats and also some alley cats and they love my pots to sleep into or to do...
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