12,636 dry shade plants Home Design Photos

Nashawtuc Architects, Inc.
Pretty Cape
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provide welcome privacy and shade to the entrance. If the area gets good sunlight (and the climate allows), why not plant something fragrant, like jasmine
“Color & window styles” — subarna7
Christina Karras
Crestmoore
Ideabooks439
Questions0
pavers n plants...Shade in. Entry
“wrought iron gate” — Amy Blanco
Jason Dallas Design
Charlotte Retreat
Ideabooks22,259
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Although dark colors work the most magic, lighter tones, like the toffee shades chosen for the bedroom shown here, can also be effective when paired with
warmth. dark. plants
“Bedroom” — ranaterrell
Southview Design
20 Reviews
Arbor
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Hanging baskets for now but the homeowner will eventually plant vines to grow up and over the arbor, creating a "doorway" to the dining area. Pavers are
again, shade. wood looks good.
“hanging baskets” — yoyosissy
Creative Decor by Mandi
LongMeadow girls room
Ideabooks4,639
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feel that still lend to the cottage look you are trying to achieve, such as plants, pinecones, birchwood bark, branches, leaves, pebbles and stones. You can
Right shade on walls
“Colores” — angierodriguez0412
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
10 Reviews
Pools, Landscapes and Patios
Ideabooks3,334
Questions2
Plants in rock...shade feature for back?
“Rock on the walls beside stairs.” — elli807
Peter Dorne Architects
General Photos
Ideabooks531
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colors and plants...love the shade of blue
“vaulted molding ceiling” — Todd Poulson
Catalyst Architects, LLC
9 Reviews
Pawleys Island Residence
Ideabooks404
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Grassy plants...Bermuda shades
“shingle roof with bermuda shudders” — soldonleslie
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