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Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
Ideabooks305
Questions0
love this plant. Magical weigela, magical fantasy, Weigela florida
Floral Shrub - Magical Fantasy Weigela (Weigela Florida "Magical Fantasy")
Magical Fantasy weigela (Weigela florida 'Magical Fantasy') differs from earlier cultivars in that it has a pristine white variegation rather than a creamy yellow one. The tubular flowers are a soft pink and begin to appear in May;
Weigela florida 'magical fantasy' White edges rather than cream..z4
Magical Fantasy weigela (Weigela florida 'Magical Fantasy') differs from earlier cultivars in that it has a pristine white variegation rather than a creamy yellow one. The tubular flowers are a soft pink and begin to appear in May; they continue on and off throughout
“weigela always a good choice” — etobi
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Fish Camp Beach Cottage
Ideabooks806
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Features of Florida Cracker Style This house is meant to resemble one you would have seen in rural Florida in the early 1900s. Cracker style refers to the rustic vernacular wood-framed architecture built by Florida's early pioneers. This architecture provided simple shelter while doing its best to provide
“Old Florida style and cosy” — marlowecl
Exteriors By Chad Robert
6 Reviews
Private Residence
Ideabooks2,260
Questions5
typical of Florida and Hawaii. Just about anyone in a warm climate can grow drought-tolerant palms like Mediterranean fan palm (Chamaerops humilis, zones 8 to 11), Mexican fan palm (Washingtonia filifera, zones 9 to 11) and palmetto (Serenoa repens, zones 7b to 11), and they can be planted in nonirrigated
live in Florida, try planting the native buccaneer palm (Pseudophoenix sargentii, zones 9b to 11) to get the look of a royal palm on a smaller scale, not to mention less water. Shown: Date palm (Phoenix dactylifera, zones 8 to 11)
live in Florida, try planting the native buccaneer palm (Pseudophoenix sargentii, zones 9b to 11) to get the look of a royal palm on a smaller scale, not to mention less water. Shown: Date palm (Phoenix dactylifera, zones 8 to 11)
“walkway” — quinn222
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Fish Camp Beach Cottage
Ideabooks673
Questions2
maps of Florida — the top scores were maps of the region drawn before Florida became a state in 1845.
maps of Florida — the top scores were maps of the region drawn before Florida became a state in 1845.
Florida Beach House
“Wall opacity” — dtomlin
Raymond Jungles, Inc.
Casa Morada
Ideabooks791
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northeastern Florida” crushed limestone glows in the dark
This Florida Keys landscape design by Raymond Jungles is an excellent example; crushed limestone creates a permeable and striking walkway that glows in the moonlight. Native stones can also be used to create stone pavers, statuary and stucco. Coquina stones, for example, are made up of the remains
northeastern Florida as both stone blocks and an element of a stucco known as tabby. In Pacific coast areas, volcanic stones such as basalt are a useful and workable addition to gardens. Native plants are useful even in their afterlife, lending regional flavor via hardwoods for building, palm fronds for thatching
“crushed limestone glows in the dark” — leader14813
Stofft Cooney Architects
Spice Bay Residence
Ideabooks2,639
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newer Florida home's elevation. The two-story element on the left lightly alludes to bell towers seen on some early-20th-century examples. Florida is another area heavily influenced and defined by Mediterranean styles.
“Clean look. Like no trim windows.” — newwest
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
28 Reviews
A Modern Miami Home
Ideabooks17,907
Questions9
Home in FloridaThis Florida home proves that modern and minimalist don't necessarily mean sparse. Color makes its presence known in each room. Yellow office shelving, blue and orange art, a chartreuse children's room and the fun teen room shown here all help bring the clean-lined home to life.
“luca room” — nancycortese
Rizzoli New York
Rooms to Inspire by the Sea by Annie Kelly beach homes houses
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Beach, Florida, home is a riot of color and energy. Each section of his apartment focuses on one color. Here, orange sofas anchor a collage of graphics and patterns in citrus colors. Teardrop shapes — a reference to the ocean visible through the windows — tie the space together.
superfunky Florida condo style. Think of a cool, crazy old lady proudly bedecked in a colorful caftan, lots of chunky beads and vibrant eye shadow, like Mrs. Roper on Three's Company. Edit the look down and mix in a lot of light neutrals to diffuse the crazy. The result will make your room look like a pop
“pop wall sculpture” — The Somogyi Group
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