5,107 Vine Duvet Cover Home Design Photos

Jeff King & Company
7 Reviews
Garden Shed
Ideabooks5,118
Questions3
The backyard garden shed is covered in ivy, all but the steel windows & doors John Sutton Photography Scott Lewis Landscape Architecture
Ivy cover greening the building and extending the garden
Love this garden shed! Covered in ivy
positioned supports allow the vines to cover the structure without actually growing on it, protecting it from damage.
Want a fully vine-covered look? You can still get that using trellises. Take this garden shed as inspiration — cleverly positioned supports allow the vines to cover the structure without
trellis while still appearing like vines are directly on surface
or install support across the front of the bedroom wing and cover with ivy?
Vine covered structure...note it is surrounded by a trellis for the vines
“Vines” — socalneeta
Connelly Construction, LLC
6 Reviews
Richards Drive 1
Ideabooks3,566
Questions3
Can you do this to a block house covered in stucco? I would like to do this technic on my garage wall.
adorable look. cover up ugly garage
cover ugly siding on the back of house with these vines
like the vine "x's" on walls, etc....
Like how the vines create a design
When vines are trained in a diamond-shape pattern resembling a lattice, the result is called a Belgian fence.
If you can devote the time to it (or are able to hire a gardener), you can train your vines to grow on a patterned support.
“Beautiful yard!” — elchilds3
SB Garden Design
Venice Sculpture Garden
Ideabooks5,085
Questions7
What is the form on which the vine is growing?
What is the form on which the vine is growing? Is it homemade or store bought? Where can I get it? I can only find the clunky white wooden or rod iron ones. This
What type of vine is that? Is it evergreen? Thanks!
Hello and thanks for your inquiry! It does look like Nasturtium but it's Thunbergia gregorii, Orange Clock Vine. The National Gardening Association suggests this vine for zones 9-10.
creeper walls, may be similar for sitting arrangement in garden side covered three sides n on top
Metal fence is high, could cover electric pole, alley
fast growing annual vine for summer blank for winter
“We have the iron thing” — 141clubhouse
Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Ideabooks5,150
Questions6
How do you do this trellis? What kind of vine is growing on the wire?
I am in Sydney and have buxus on the side wall of the house and wanted to cover the walls just like your pic.. Can you advise what
What is the vine you planted?
Can you tell me what the vine growing up the trellis?
looks amazing. I am in Brisbane and have a house close to my boundary. I wanted to place a high trellis (about 4m high) and grow star jasmine to cover. Do you think that this would work? I currently have bamboo but it is so messy and has lost all its lower leaves so does not do a great job of screening
LOVE this vine trained in the simple lattice design to use around the fountain on the patio wall.
diamond shape vines on wall - for garage wall
“Love the trellised vines” — lmj091076
vgzarquitectura y diseño sc
Parnaso
Ideabooks5,018
Questions3
2. Create a vine-covered party pad. Make a lush,
What can we do with vines and lights in the backyard?
Vine covered wall, east end gazebo addition
Vine covered outdoor seating with lights
Create a vine-covered party pad. Make a lush, jungle oasis by training climbing vines over garden walls and stringing up rows of glowing lights. A long, low outdoor fireplace is the perfect spot for gathering around, while weatherproof modern chairs add a colorful touch.
Create a vine-covered party padMake a lush, jungle oasis by training climbing vines over garden walls and stringing up rows of glowing lights. A long, low outdoor fireplace is the perfect spot for
party padMake a lush, jungle oasis by training climbing vines over garden walls and stringing up rows of glowing lights. A long, low outdoor fireplace is the perfect spot for gathering around, while weatherproof modern chairs add a colourful touch.
“vines” — mikewade11
Revolution Design House
The Belmont outdoor leisure chair
Ideabooks1,712
Questions3
Does anyone know where to get a pool cover like throne shown?
Vine-covered wall by the pool, sigh!
Perhaps just a garden wall instead of a vine exterior
Get your kicks with a garden wall. If keeping a vine-covered exterior in line sounds like too much trouble, why not try a vine-covered garden wall instead? It has all of the charm and
Vine covered wall to mimic a hedge
Love the vines and the lighting in it!
garden wall. If keeping a vine-covered exterior in line sounds like too much trouble, why not try a vine-covered garden wall instead? It has all of the charm and romance, but because it is not attached to a home, many of the concerns do not apply.Are you a fan of the vine-covered look? Please share your
“lights on the boxwood” — mrsbethoh
Rossington Architecture
12 Reviews
Country Club Drive
Ideabooks2,897
Questions5
What is the name of the beautiful vine in this photo? Thanks!
Sturdy beams covered in "vines" (ferns?) Could do exact same thing but use beams for pagoda to disguise backyard utility pole.
cutouts in floor for vines
vines growing along posts
Vines around deck/patio posts
Covered porch. tile floor
Big pebbles to cover soil
Covered patio...to grow vines from...Patio cover
“Terrace” — vianden1
Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
Ideabooks3,536
Questions1
Pot shapes and grape vines growing put of them
grape vines growing out of urns
side of the house, fence cover. roman urns
Nice pots with vines growing out
I like the idea of using pots to house vines and grapes...very
grape vines in big pots - clean idea
Good solution for a vining plant that you can't put in the ground
Grape vines in large terra cotta planters!
use the pot (with open bottom) to "contain" the vine that will go over gazebo trellis
vines in large pots....g. idea; this is grape vine
Finish the look. Sometimes all you need is a simple urn or two. In this Greek garden, matching pots hold a vine and a spreading grape, but you could easily fill pots like this with a dwarf fruit tree, flowers or bougainvillea. Another option would be to convert
“Love the Med. feel it creates.” — lillymaymace
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