12,609 Traditional Japanese Lanterns Home Design Photos

Finch Photo
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Casa Real // Knoxville, TN for Todd Richesin Interiors
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Nice lanterns, where can they be purchased, are the expensive.
OMG those lanterns are so cute
Pretty idea for garden party: colorful lanterns, which are cheap online.
great idea to add inexpensive paper lanterns without lights for day parties.
Paper lanterns can have batteries inside
rain.2. Hang paper lanterns. Colorful paper lanterns can be found for a song online or in a local Chinatown. The least expensive ones do not have lights inside, but if you are hosting a daytime party, they are perfect for adding color and ambience. For evening fetes, spring for lanterns with battery-operated
rain.2. Hang paper lanternsColourful paper lanterns can be found for a song online or in a discount store. The least expensive ones do not have lights inside, but if you are hosting a daytime party, they are perfect for adding colour and ambience. For evening parties, spring for lanterns with battery-operated
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Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
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Lathouris Garden
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The red plant is an Acer palmatum 'Dissectum Atropurpureum' - Weeping Japanese Maple. It is deciduous. The colour you see in the photo is the fresh Spring foliage. It also colours beautifully, red and orange, in Autumn.
equally at home in the courtyards of a weathered Japanese temple and a contemporary urban high-rise. With thoughtful placement, well-chosen varieties and appropriate pruning, you can elevate your garden from mundane to unique. Let’s see how. traditional landscape by Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer Arthur
Love these draping Japanese maples. And the big vase!
Love the color of Japanese Maple
Japanese maples (Acer palmatum cvs) are suited for gardens in USDA zones 5 to 8 (find your zone). They generally grow best in areas with morning sun and afternoon shade; red-leafed varieties can cope with more sun than can the green cultivars. Indeed, the sun intensifies the red pigments, which act as
“Japanese maples” — molosgatos
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
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Looks great. What type of Japanese Maple is that? Thanks!
japanese maple in pot iwth fillers
You might think of red when you think of Japanese maples, but they come in neon lime too. Isn't this one stunning?
neon lime colored japanese maple against a stone wall
Japanese maple when not zoned, in container
You might think of red when you think of Japanese maples, but they come in neon lime too. Isn't this one stunning?
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Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
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Richard Kramer
Stanford Garden
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Japanese Maple, there are many varieties.
If I'm not mistaken, that is a Fire Glow Japanese Maple. His name is due to the intense orange color they usually get during fall and earlier spring. Japanese Maple take a lot time to grow, that's why as bigger
that is a Fire Glow Japanese Maple.
Dark colored fence. Bloodgood japanese maple
bright red japanese maple against the green plants and fence - idea for
Por el árbol. Especie japanese maple
love pop of color from japanese maple
intriguing moment in the landscape. The inspired placement of an Asian stone lantern is the detail that creates emphasis and a point of view. Every other element draws the eye to this spot, from the vivid red canopy of the Japanese maple tree to the stepping-stone path.
“fence” — mikewade11
Shannon Malone
Master Bedroom
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Adore the lanterns, where did you find them please?
Love the paper lanterns, how did you secure them to the ceiling?
Hi there! Good question about the bulbs. We already had ample lighting in this room when I decided to hang the lanterns, so I didn't choose to wire them. At night, the light from the wall sconces and a rope light tucked into the soffit makes them glow anyway, though
Shannon MaloneSave to IdeabookEmail Photo 5. Paper lanterns. They're both fun and sophisticated. Oh, and they cost about $5 a pop.
room is no exception. Make the room glow with a cluster of cheap and chic paper lanterns, scoop up a funky neon sign or a vintage marquee letter at the flea market, or frame a portrait of a favorite pet.
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Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
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The lantern. Where is that from...
Planning a japanese garden in a tiny city yard. Need a Focal point ..I love that lantern
Japanese stone lantern style called 'Kotoji'. Lanterns were used historically to light the grounds of Buddhist temples but now mostly as ormanments. There are many styles. A USA manufacturer makes some - https://www.stoneforest.com/gardenstore/products/show/Lanterns This particular lantern was
The tree is a Japanese Black Pine or Pinus thunbergii. This tree is over 40 years old and would normally be over 30 ft. tall, but it has been bonsai trained and pruned
The lantern was purchased from a company called "Stone Forest" stoneforest.com a number of years ago. In recently checking their website, I no longer see that model available, but do see others that might interest you. If you want that particular style, you may need to contact them.
“Stones” — lbull
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
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Lathouris Garden
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love the combination of Japanese maple and the lower shrubs
Weeping Japanese Maples - Acer palmatum 'Dissectum Atropurpureum & Japanese boxwood - Buxus microphylla var. japonica
a blend of Japanese maple (Acer palmatum 'Dissectum Atropurpureum', USDA zones 5 to 8), Japanese boxwood (Buxus microphylla var. japonica, zones 5 to 9) and Mexican orange blossom (Choisya ternata, zones 7 to 10).
Now this courtyard is filled with bursts of color, thanks to a blend of Japanese maple (Acer palmatum 'Dissectum Atropurpureum', USDA zones 5 to 8), Japanese boxwood (Buxus microphylla var. japonica, zones 5 to 9) and Mexican orange blossom (Choisya ternata, zones 7 to 10).
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Tiger Lily Landscapes, LLC
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Northwest DC
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On a flagstone patio/deck overlooking woodlands, a carefully placed Japanese maple provides a focal point. ©Melissa Clark Photography. All rights reserved.
Its a type of Japanese maple i think Acer palmatum 'Bloodgood'
Japanese maple embedded in patio cutout
Japanese maple in patio
I love Japanese Maples
Japanese maple on the deck
like red Japanese maple tree
USE JAPANESE MAPLE THIS WAY
Japanese Maple...Japanese maple:)...Japanese red maple...tree japanese maple...Japanese style
“Tree” — bingbangboom
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