339,619 glass spheres Home Design Photos

Kukk Architecture & Design P.A.
6 Reviews
2355 Kingfish
Ideabooks5
Questions0
glass fountain sphere
Lamps Plus
1 Review
LAMPS PLUS
Ideabooks102
Questions0
Design Exclamation Glass Sphere Table Lamp
“Table ideas” — ccatania
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Spindrift
Ideabooks1,219
Questions3
Ajoaghana, you can fins a very similar glass ball at a vairties of vendors online. I do not know how heavy it is. It was attached with a silicon sealant set in a curved support at the top of the newel.
Beautiful glass ball. Where can we get it and how much does it cost? How was
Newel post w glass ball top
Dentil molding newel with glass ball finial
the glass finial - I wonder how it is attached
A glass ball finial tops this carved-wood newel post with dentil molding.
“stairs/foyer” — atallahs
Fulcrum Structural Engineering
Fulcrum Structural Engineering
Ideabooks455
Questions1
the hanging glass balls reminds me of kids blowing bubbles in the air.
Wow ! Little glass spheres like water droplets bringing light into the room.
glass globes
“No pendent a, ski lights” — khowes16
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
VJ Project
Ideabooks847
Questions1
across the front terraces, shows the increased visual depth of the space. The triptychs of chamaecyparis nootkatensis on the one side and the granite spheres on the other are seen to balance one another. The bluestone planks bring continuity between the right and left terraces. Photo by Jay Sifford.
spheres on top of crushed granite
Love the spheres! I have a few small ones in my yard!
I like this idea, but I'd have to make my own spheres...
In this thought-provoking, contemporary front yard, three granite spheres sit atop a carpet
lines of pavers contrast with spheres
European gardeners have been inviting the sphere into their traditional garden spaces for several hundred years. Notice how the
Spheres as Garden AccessoriesIn this thought-provoking, contemporary front yard, three granite spheres sit atop a carpet of crushed granite. Bluestone planks pull the eye across the sidewalk, focusing the eye on the spheres. Groups of three are pleasing to the eye because they are less rigid and formal
“Like” — candacebraaten
BERGHOFF DESIGN GROUP
1 Review
Zen
Ideabooks21,724
Questions9
Where can I purchase the spheres in the background of photo?
Are these Nanawalls? Or another type of glass sliding door? Love the rocks lining the entry!
Where can we purchase the spheres/ornament
The spheres. The dimensions used. Work of art
works hand in hand with the idea of a focal point. That's because the grouping of terra cotta–colored spheres is nicely framed by every other element of this installation. First there are open glass doors, which link interior and exterior spaces. Next there's a stone patio, which draws the eye further
This group of spheres creates a beautiful and interesting focal point at the end of the pool. I love the way this vista continues from indoors to outdoors (bravo to the designer and the photographer).
“pebbles” — anniekennedy
Wagner Hodgson
4 Reviews
Wagner Residence
Ideabooks5,238
Questions3
what material are the spheres made of?
Those spheres, and buildings, sculpture on a human scale. I just really like it.
e use of spheres adds dimension. Notice how the more prominent spheres in the center courtyard engage the eye so that the less-noticeable spheres in the doorway become an important part of the overall composition. They otherwise might have gone unnoticed. In a contemporary garden, spheres are viewed
appropriate use of spheres adds dimension. Notice how the more prominent spheres in the center courtyard engage the eye so that the less-noticeable spheres in the doorway become an important part of the overall composition. They otherwise might have gone unnoticed. In a contemporary garden, spheres are viewed
“Spheres” — aniabolt
West Elm
3 Reviews
Shane Powers for West Elm air garden vessels
Ideabooks1,927
Questions2
Use the hand-blown glass vessels as a carafe to serve drinks and spirits at parties and family get-togethers. Each carafe comes with a wood sphere stopper to keep the terrarium's humidity in or to keep the bugs out of your favorite beverage
approx. 5" diameter x 7 1/2" tall Medium - approx. 5" diameter x 9 1/4" tall Large - approx. 5" diameter x 11" tall Materials: Hand-blown glass, wooden sphere stopper How to Create a Tabletop Terrarium: 1. Choose the right plants. Look for plants that like low to medium light in the smallest pot
airplant, cord/string hanging glass globe up
clear glass planters with air plants
Delightful and delicate - Glass is always good for small spaces and if
Air plants don't need dirt, so they can float anywhere in dirt-free glass vessels. Powers designed these handblown containers to allow air circulation for the plants.
“Plants” — m_crothers
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