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Beckwith Interiors
5 Reviews
Pool House & Wine Cellar
LOVE THE ARTWORK!!!!! Buy A piece of art!
CHURCH STYLE architecture. love art and rug. too pink
The use ot art and color.
since the wine cellar is cooled," says Ashleigh Farrar, an Interior Design Assistant with Beckwith Interiors. Wall art: A New York artist, bought at the Nashville Antique Art & Garden ShowSide tables: Tony Table by Oly StudioCushion fabric: Shibori Circle by Schumacher
“CHURCH STYLE architecture. love art and rug. too pink” — maggrant
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
Axis Mundi
3 Reviews
Greenwich Village Townhouse Guest Bedroom
(plus sub-basement) was gutted to the original brick building envelope. All new mechanical, plumbing and electrical systems were installed, and the garden was redesigned. Axis Mundi was responsible for the complete architectural, interior design and decorating of this home. The goal of the project was
Where can I get a Basquiat art print?
Would like to have my own art print version of a Basquiat painting to frame and hang in my living.
“boys' fan” — analie3
orlando comas, landscape architect.
10 Reviews
Would you use type of garden sculptures in your projects
Hi Mr. Comas, I love the designs of landscapes that you have done. Have you ever used garden sculptures to give more natural accent of the landscape? Please check out mine. Ghofur
the garden, and I have also used the garden as a sculpture itself. An artwork "placed" in a garden do not necessarily provide a more natural effect, it will depend on the garden and the sculpture, the design intent and the Owner's requirements. You can use a very modern sculpture within a garden as a
a focal point, yet the sculture have no contribution to to the natural design of the garden. An artwork in a garden can contribute to achieve different objectives. In the photo above, the levels and steps were not intentionally created. We had a mound of sand which was the result of excavation for footings
“steps to lawn” — BWM, Inc
Scott Brinitzer Design Associates
1 Review
An Arlington Residence
The garden that we created unifies the property by knitting together five different garden areas into an elegant landscape surrounding the house. Different garden rooms, each with their own character and “mood”, offer places to sit or wander through to enjoy the property. The result is that in a small
small space you have several different garden experiences all while understanding the context of the larger garden plan.
“Step” — jdy7
Samantha Schoech
Eclectic Swedish Country House
A hidden garden reached by a garden gate of timber chevrons in a high, brick
gateway to the garden; foliage; decorative brick wall
wow, a secret garden!
Kitchen Garden access
secret garden!...Secret garden...garden entry
“Brick isn't bad” — Betty Sue
Christian Duvernois Landscape/Gallery
3 Reviews
East Side Penthouse
Christian Duvernois Gardens, Inc.
new york roof garden
Rock garden with dividers
garden lighting...rooftop garden...Roof garden...gravel garden box...Rock garden
“sideyard or front” — samangum
Anna Looper
Cottage Gardens
Cottage Gardens
garden next to my deck
cottage garden...perennial gardens...garden entry...shape of garden
“Backyard” — lasbrisas2
Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
rain garden that would transition into the wetland
reminds me of old English gardens with billowing plants over gravel walks.
an herb garden with crushed stone pathways would be nice
While the plants are showcased in this garden, the gridded system of gravel paths anchors it.
“Walkways in crushed coral” — Mehitabel, Inc.
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