18,171 Desert Clay Home Design Photos

Boxhill Design
17 Reviews
Desert Retreat
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such as gravel paths, adobe and stone walls, timber beams and a range of desert plants. It blends with the surrounding landscape and is about as maintenance
Good mix of soft flowering desert plants and "ornamental" cacti in a casual array
such as gravel paths, adobe and stone walls, timber beams and a range of desert plants. It blends with the surrounding landscape and is about as maintenance
“hanging stars” — cflores6
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Exteriors By Chad Robert
9 Reviews
Private Residence
Ideabooks4,486
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another way to do desert-with much more color
plants in dry soil or those that prefer xeric conditions even if you have clay. Tip: Use a custom potting mix appropriate for your container plants. Dr
plants in dry soil or those that prefer xeric conditions even if you have clay.Tip: Use a custom potting mix appropriate for your container plants. Dro
“gras/ground cover around bricks” — dshy
RedAgape Blog
My White Christmas
Ideabooks74
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Handmade air dry white clay tags - use them as Christmas decorations or tags for gifts. Amanda O'Sullivan - RedAgape Blog
these white, clay tags. There is so much Christmas cheer in this image, and it is displayed in stylishly muted tones.
These clay tags are a perfect example of how Christmas can be portrayed in shapes, not colour. You can't help but think of Christmas when you see these
not color. You can’t help but think of Christmas when you see these white clay tags. There is so much Christmas cheer in this image, and it is displayed
These clay tags are a perfect example
“clay tags” — lkmarta
Chr DAUER Architects
1 Review
Stevenson
Ideabooks75
Questions2
Beautiful walls. is this loma or porcelina by American clay please?
“gypsum-free clay based plaster by american clay faucets” “Lagos Azul clay plaster” “Clay plaster”
American Clay in a calming blue color....American clay...American clay- calming blue...Clay plaster
“American clay” — Anne Catherine McConnell
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
31 Reviews
Hobbit House
Ideabooks1,043
Questions0
roof tiles Handmade french clay tiles by NOrthern Roof Montreal
Roof - French clay tiles - Northern Roof, Montreal
Handmade French clay tiles give the roof a distinctive profile.Tiles: Northern Roof, Montreal
handmade French clay - copper flashing...French Clay Tiles - so beautiful...clay flue tile on chimney...Clay chimney top...french clay tiles
“tile” — shy12345
U. of Maryland Arboretum & Botanical Garden
Cornus sericea 'Baileyi'
Ideabooks39,252
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in winter. Redtwig dogwood prefers a wet to medium soil and does fine in clay, in full sun to partial shade. The species reaches 6 to 12 feet tall and
follow in winter.Redtwig dogwood prefers a wet to medium soil and does fine in clay, in full sun to partial shade. The species reaches 6 to 12 feet tall and
“Red trig dogwood” — ekpotsos
Tate Studio Architects
3 Reviews
Pass Residence
Ideabooks3,434
Questions2
that make it shimmer and change color throughout the day."Landscape design: Desert Foothills Landscape; entryway glass: Meltdown Glass
couleur selon les heures », commente l’architecte.Architecture du paysage : Desert Foothills Landscape ; entrée en verre : Meltdown Glass
desert scape with pebble tech drive
“entry way, cement pavers, landscaping, lighting!” — Adam and Claire Blystra
Debbie Ballentine
Desert Canterbury Bells (Phacelia Campanularia)
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Desert Canterbury Bells (Phacelia campanularia) Native to Arizona and California Native range: Coast, desert and inland Where it will
Native range: Coast, desert and inland Where it will grow: Hardy to -40 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 3 to 10) P. campanularia is a desert wildflower that
Hardy to -40 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 3 to 10) P. campanularia is a desert wildflower that thrives in gardens and is one of my all-time favorites.
Desert Canterbury Bells(Phacelia campanularia)Native to Arizona and CaliforniaNative range: Coast, desert and inlandWhere it will grow: Hardy to -40 degrees
degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 3 to 10) P. campanularia is a desert wildflower that thrives in gardens and is one of my all-time favorites. Its brilliant
desert Canterbury bells, native to AZ
“color” — akame
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