13,664 decorating for a garden party Home Design Photos

Elad Gonen
1 Review
exterior
Ideabooks2,069
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MORE POOL PARTIES!!!
Garden view
“gorgeous” — udolisa
Monmouth County Premier Interior Design & Furniture Firm
Space Interiors has been providing furnishing solutions and design services througout New Jersey, Brooklyn and Manhattan, NY for over 15 years.
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Distinguished Pools
28 Reviews
Personal waterparks
Ideabooks39,446
Questions9
Fun pool party
“Pool” — Carol Joseph
Wolstenholme Associates, LLC
13 Reviews
Buckingham Residence
Ideabooks4,670
Questions5
frame. As an alternate if a bi-folding door does not fit within your budget, but french doors do, there are retractable screens available from third party companies (ODL, Phantom Screen, Genius Screen) to give you a similar open feel without the screen doors in the way, yet the ability to block out the
“Doors” — ibestephie
Atlantic Archives, Inc.
2 Reviews
Atlantic Archives Images
Ideabooks6,469
Questions6
lighting for Party and entrance light
the main door opens to an inside garden
“Outdoor lights” — clmurphy05
Torre Construction & Development
1 Review
5,000+ s.f. Residence in Coral Gables, FL
Ideabooks12,359
Questions9
Party house...
Back of house and garden
“Pool” — larajankel
On Site Management, Inc.
1 Review
Great Point Lodge
Ideabooks4,799
Questions4
Screened porch. Have the side down the house screened or glass? Then have two sides of the square facing the garden where the shed is now as bifold doors?
Une partie sans toit
“Interior screened porch ceiling” — merryldwilliams
Allen Construction
10 Reviews
Mesa Contemporary
Ideabooks185
Questions1
A new bocce court was added on the ocean side of the house to “expand the party” down the yard. Architect: Harrison Design; Landscape Design/Construction: Grace Design Associates; Photography: Jake Cryan Photography
Bank garden
“Bocci” — sgossain
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Nightscape
Ideabooks1,678
Questions1
This garden is a transformative study of form and volume. It begins solidly in and of the earth, with strong rectangular forms arising and containing water, plantings and passage. The resulting garden feels powerful, monumental and visually compelling. Garden and house are linked at two elevations.
and maximized by the stacking of program functions. Long views are made accessible from the deck above, while visual focus is created in the main garden. Michele Lee Willson Photography
“waterpiece” — Nikola Ljubotenski
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