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planter for xmas and winter
Planters for the holiday season
festive planters for christmas
potted planters...Love the planters...Holiday Planters...Christmas planter...Christmas planters
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
Patty creates unique, enjoyable, and livable interiors. Regardless of project budget, she is known for successfully working within all constraints to create the most beautiful spaces possible.
Stephanie Ann Davis Landscape Design
are the planters poured or bought as is?
what size where your concrete planters?
reed does spread so we make sure it's in a self contained planter. We built these concrete planter boxes as part of the hardscape for that reason. Thanks, Stephanie
They look like concrete slabs that where placed together to form the planter. Is that correct?
Tall plants in planters for privacy / hide ugly concrete wall
growing in the ground surrounded be a planter
its roots are contained. That's what you see here, and it's a nifty way to both screen out the world and bring green into view. The raised concrete planters are exactly what's needed to corral the densely planted stands of horsetail.
NURIT GEFFEN-BATIM STUDIO
Planter boxes along side of hous
4. Add simple box planters to create a beautiful border.
Even if your balcony space is more streamlined than usual, vegetables can still fit in. The overhead here isn't ideal as a support for vegetables, but it does create a window effect, with the planter below serving as a window box
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
These are concrete planters with an Ipe deck done with a 5/4x6 board.
sandpit into planter at a later stage?
concrete planters and pavers w/ small river
Backyard - Concept #1 Concrete planters around patio 1 ft wide to double as seating.
Backyard - Concept #1 and #2 Concrete planters around patio 1 ft wide to double as seating
pair of raised planters on either side of the wood corridor is a hybrid combining both symmetrical and asymmetrical aspects. They are certainly made from the same stone and feature the same square proportions. But there are different textures, shapes and colors of vegetation in each planter, infusing a
square and frames the formal, almost architectural, plantings within.The strength and simplicity of the square appears perfect when it is used as a planter or raised bed, where it balances the loose plantings beyond.More: Geometry Roots Great Garden Design
A.GRUPPO Architects - Dallas
have anything close up. I believe it's a glass mosaic tile from Home Depot. It is mainly brown's and grey's.
They are common troughs, available at any feed store, also being used by city dwellers for planters, ponds and kids swimming pools.
Trough planters raised on wooden blocks sitting on pea gravel
Galvanized planters can be rustic or modern/urban
The tubs for planters are fabulous!
foot. The original owner has since moved, but the new homeowner, also an avid gardener, snatched up the house after contemplating building a small glass box of his own. Reeves' design was exactly what he wanted. The current homeowner uses various bins to create a vegetable garden where he grows leafy
Pallet -bamboo and white and glass
In door inbuilt planters
love built in planters!
hall planter, bright white interior
bookshelf, planter, lighting, openness
In this Palo Alto, California, home by CCS Architecture, a large-scale, built-in planter brings the outdoors inside. The sleek wood paneling hides the dirt for a particularly tidy look.
Built in planter...love the planter...planter design...like the planter...Indoor planters...the planter...glass railing...indoor planter...built in planter
Huettl Landscape Architecture
Where can we find those big round planters? We love them!
Very nice planters for full sun!
planter but in black or copper
Love the concrete planters
planters (without lip)
planters and plant ideas
Plants in the planters
round planters...nice planters...Like the planters...bowl planters...these planters...The planters
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
Your corten planters are absolutely stunning! They appear very thick--did you use 1/2" on this application? Thank you in advance.
Do you have any under-structures below these planters? Is 1/2" the minimum before steel starts to bow from interior fill weight or added water weight. How do you allow for drainage? Are corners overlapped or capped(as I perceive them)? Great space saver -how does it do for
like the planter and wood featured
metal planters, though this is a bit over the top
love the use of iron in planter beds
Let's consider this remarkable three-dimensional courtyard. The varying heights of the Cor-Ten steel planters add immeasurable interest. The lower wooden decking, juxtaposed with the steel, provides continuity in color while adding textural interest. The upright