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Jeffers Design Group
1 Review
Urban Living - Pacific Heights
What type of flower is that centerpiece made from and is it artificial? Where could I purchase something similar to this??
@ trecia305 If you interested to buy artificial Cherry Silk Flowers in various color visit online store http://goo.gl/DO5aR at great price
for our weird space next to fireplace: large flower arrangement to add height.
stairway nook with flowers and books and poufs
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Leading Loudon Art Studio
Studio Artistica creates fine paintings, decorative artistry, custom mirrors and sophisticated architectural coatings for residential, hospitality and commercial environments.
a Blade of Grass
8 Reviews
Country Farm House
The pink flowers are Echinacea purpureum, I'm not sure of the variety.
What are the red/pink flowers called?
Like varied textures of grasses and flowers
I like the pom Pom bush and tall flowers
I like the cluster of flowers and grasses, tree-general feel of bed
Nice border flowers/bushes
Shrubs and flowers...Cone flowers...flowering plants
“Like the landscape ing in all photos related to this one” — cindyoak
Traditional Landscape
what type of flowers are the blue ones?
What are the pink flowers on the right?
What are the purple flowers?
what are the pink flowers
Proper placement of plants and flower leading to the walkways
Don't like the flowers
Purple flowers...Hope's Flowers...Flower beds...Flower bed on slope
“Landscaping” — philco58
Dona Rosene Interiors
13 Reviews
Frisco Residence
tween years. We used her white furniture but gave it a fresh, hip look with bold colors of fuschia and turquoise starting with the hanging paper flowers that really popped on the already sunny yellow walls. We had the lamp shade made with custom fabric. I am wild over the paisley patterned quilt with
Flower on wall. Hot glue fabric flowers
The Flowers hanging from the ceiling.
i like something hanging from the ceiling but not flowers...
“Colors” — jjmcain
14 Reviews
Howard Roberts
pool ground is raised so fence doesn't show as much
especially with those wild flowers, not that much into pools but this could be an interesting idea.
A row of snowballs and flowers and green cedars for front lawn
Local flowers, cheap!
Flowers, color, shape
“Pool” — mikadewg
Brian Dittmar Design, Inc.
Oakland Master Bedroom
Are the flowers lisianthus? And where can I find them?
Beautiful flower. And the bedside table is good as well. like the painting
Greys showing contrast w amber light
Flowers by bedside....sweet idea
Flowers in vase....flowers and lamp
“love this lamp” — darrengarland
J Design Group - Interior Designers Miami - Modern
28 Reviews
J Design Group – Modern – Contemporary Interior Designer Miami – Bay Harbor Isla
Are those real flowers or artificial flowers on the table? I don't have too much time to take care of plants or flowers so I would like to use very realistic looking artificial flowers or plants. What do you recommend?
orchids; we normally use real flowers in our Interior Designs because of the smell and feeling. Orchids are very grateful, some of their flowers last for several months with little to no care. For silk flowers you can always look in stores like Michael's or other silk flower stores. We hope this answers
The flowers on the table show realistic form because they are fake flowers but look like real ones.
“how open it is from under the table and chairs” — jrt229
Meissner Landscape, Inc
Bayside Retreat
Thanks for the question. The plant with the pink flower is an astilbe. Off hand I don't know which variety though. There are several pink varieties. The broadleaf evergreen next to the hydrangea is a
Bugle weed and pink flowering frawns?
evergreen shrubs with perennials. This planting will have some winter green and structure. Note that there is less color over a longer period, not a huge show for a short period. These plants are not suitable for you garden, just the concept of combining shrubs and perennials for a balance of bloom and year-round
to the challenge is bugle weed (Ajuga reptens, zones 3 to 10), a rapidly spreading evergreen ground cover that creates a tight mat of foliage with flower spires in the early spring. It is worth noting that Ajuga can be somewhat invasive and should be sited only in locations where it can be contained
“Ajuga” — kendravicknair
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