23 Steel salmon fish . Garden sculpture Home Design Photos

Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Hillside Residence
use stainless steel house trough for a bubbleing fountain
Display sculpture. The whimsical garden is generally home to a number of unique sculptural pieces. This dr
Who needs outdoor fish when you have one of these?
dragon in a bathtub sculpture in garden
Display sculpture. The whimsical garden is generally home to a number of unique sculptural pieces. This dragon-in-a-tub fountain is a case in point. The piece is peacefully nestled
several other sculptures were competing for attention. Observe the sight lines in your garden and place a sculpture so that the piece speaks on its own without competing with others. Bends in garden paths, hedges and even house corners create new opportunities to appropriately place sculpture.
“Not sure this is too over the top” — athenavo
sustainable garden design perth
Contemporary Garden Cottesloe Perth
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.
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.
great website: sustainable garden design perth
single steel wall as divider between windows me & neighbors? or in backyard?
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?
“Letter box” — Ricardo Salinas
Grounded - Richard Risner RLA, ASLA
9 Reviews
Grounded - Modern Landscape Architecture
Sorry it took so long to say Thank You for the information on the bone sculpture segments. They are stunning.
mini zen like garden with surrounding concrete hardscape
zen garden with white and gray stones with tree
Modern crisp garden with succulent
Desert rock garden ideas
for my garden...Sculpture garden...Fish pond...Small centre garden...Center garden...small garden...Zen garden...Sculpture in water...Succulent garden.
“colored rocks” — neirvin1104
Forum Phi - Architecture | Interiors | Planning
Exterior at dusk
Some art fish sculpture
walkway and stones for garden
outdor lighting & fish
walkway, salmon...fish cut outs above
“dormer” — bartdog88
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Quonset Hut Kitchen
My husband carved it for me. It is a red fish which is in the river behind our house.
nice green to use with stainless steel
Window to garden from cooking area
Corrugated metal, hanging fish sculpture
Stainless steel Library
steel panels in bar doors
Or incorporate a touch of navy with a mosaic tile backsplash. It looks seriously good with stainless steel appliances and gray cabinetry.
stainless steel appliances
stainless steel hood
stainless steel refrigerator
where is the fish from.
Gray, books, fish!...Stainless Steel
“Hood” — genevieverk
Raymond Jungles, Inc.
1 Review
Miami Beach Garden
Sculpture and tile design on deck
Sculpture in water feature...
As a side garden idea
Steel sculpture in water
w/vertical sculpture
Sculpture, rust/steel accent on
Miami Beach Garden2...Garden & overhang....fish pond...Miami Beach Garden
“Pond feature” — patriciaharvey
Change of Seasons - Gary Kernick
7 Reviews
Steel, Stone & Sticks
Rusted steel and Birch branches combine to create a unique screen between the kid's play area and the adult entertainment area..
We used fishing line for a long lasting but invisible effect. We also added old hammock rope for the aesthetics.
Cool idea for a one of a kind fence. used fishing line to secure birch limbs to the fence and hammock rope for the organic look.
open grid without the branches for vegi garden
the owner asked a local tree company for some spare birch, and the company gave him these sections for free. He tied them on metal wire panels with fishing line for longevity, and old hammock rope for an organic look.
Kernick asked a local tree company for some spare birch, and the company gave him these sections for free. He tied them on metal wire panels “with fishing line for longevity,” he says, and “old hammock rope for an organic look.”
“interesting. no birch for us.” — delfstar
Carolyn Chadwick
garden design in Bennekom, the Netherlands
garden design in Bennekom, the Netherlands
picture of 2 sizes http://www.gardinox.nl/popup.php?foto=TUSK klein.jpg&prodid=63 Good luck, kind regards, Carolyn Chadwick (lifestyle designer for gardens and Interior)
almost a modern play on the waterfall. Although it's just a small trickle of water, the structure itself is guaranteed to be the focal point of whatever garden it's placed in.
“Love the fountain!” — marjovea4
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