4,189 christmas tree ribbon Home Design Photos

Ehrlich Architects
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Waldfogel Residence
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ribbon window or horizontal roof gardens supports or pilotis free design of ground
practicing in a neo-Corbusian manner. It includes many corner windows, but also ribbon windows. One visible on the left side of this photo doubles as a corner
Ribbon window...ribbon windows...ribbon windows
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Harriet Goodall
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The table and hammock under the trees, great for Christmas.
We could do something like this under big trees on knoll -- the best view there!
picnic table, grass, green space, big old leafy tree
weekend days, invest in a hammock and hang it in the trees from strong S hooks. If you don’t have trees, consider installing posts in concrete on which to
The box elder tree in the back garden was just about the only plant in this area when the couple moved in; it provides a great canopy for entertaining
The box elder tree in the back garden was just about the only plant in this area when the couple
1. A rustic garden in AdelaideThe low-hanging trees in this Adelaide garden give the setting a soft and relaxing vibe that is
“the tree near the wombat mound could be this tre” — hummerd
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Edgewater Design LLC
Ideabooks4,125
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your tree to be sure it has plenty of water in its first year, as its roots become established.Tell us: Have you planted a living Christmas tree or decorated
spring, re-pot your tree in a large outdoor container or plant it in the ground. If you pot a pine sapling for Christmas and you plan to plant it in your
spot for your tree. Your tree will need room to grow.Young tree saplings are fragile. At the nursery, read the tag or ask about the tree's needs for soil
Don't keep a potted tree indoors for longer than a month. You could awaken the tree out of dormancy with all the sunlight and warmth inside. In early spring
Live tree to be planter after Christmas
“breeze way idea” — attfraz
Regina Gust Designs
1 Review
Christmas Interiors
Ideabooks163
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Christmas Interiors...christmas decor...Christmas 16...Christmas Decorations...Christmas decor
“fireplace” — panders1111
Home at Last Interiors
HOt HOliday HOmes
Ideabooks175
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love the purple on this tree....Nice christmas tree...Nice Xmas tree...Our trees better...Purple tree...under the tree...star lanterns for christmas...Christmas tree
“under the tree” — Kathee Jones
R. B. Schwarz, Inc.
4 Reviews
Chagrin Falls residential addition
Ideabooks54
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beautiful white staircase and railings. This is the front door decorated for Christmas. Photo Credit: Marc Golub
red ribbon...Christmas decorations...use of red ribbon
“use of red ribbon” — msa2
Casa Smith Designs, LLC
4 Reviews
Beneath Starry Skies
Ideabooks13,609
Questions7
Italian Piazza with the outdoor market lights strung from the house to the tree and speakers hidden in strategic locations filling the air with music.
you'll be attaching yours. In this case we measured from the house to the tree and times that distance by five. We used the incandescent bulbs as the
rafter porches, the walk ways the patio, trees ratio hard soft scape, sstring lights
“wow, the lights” — jenisgr8
Verdance Landscape Design
2 Reviews
Classical entryway
Ideabooks36,433
Questions16
Hi I like look of Italian thin trees kind tall I have smaller house would be that look odd for privacy? Bamboo trees other option in my mind Thanks
What are the 4 skinny evergreen trees in this picture? THANKS!!
Plants, like the rest of us, have genetic destinies; so if a tree "wants" to grow 20 feet tall, keeping it smaller will require ongoing pruning
Thanks for asking! The "hedge" behind the juniper trees actually is a wall covered in Creeping Fig (Ficus pumila). The large shrub
like the small christmas trees, italian cypress
The fence and how the trees look private
love the Italian tower tree interspersed with shrubbery
these tall trees at back of garden
“צפחה לכניסה” — batamic
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