90,759 indoor trees Home Design Photos

Dennis Mayer, Photographer
26 Reviews
Paloma Avenue
Ideabooks3,215
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indoor trees more treelike than this indoor garden lots of greenery to keep house fresh row of trees to divide a room?
indoor tree garden...the trees...Indoor Tree!...Stairs with tree...tree in house...Tree inside a house...banboo indoors
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Playroom
Ideabooks6,349
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I was wondering if you could share what material you used to wrap the trees in? they look so real. This whole room is incredible! Thx
Yes,I would like to know too...what materials do you use for the trees?TQ
Tree material?...love the tree house...Indoor tree house...The tree...Tree house bed!...indoor climbing space...indoor loft...Painted tree...Nice indoor version...Tree housr..."A tree house"...Tree House Bed
“Fun kid playroom only needs to be more natural” — vlovewbus
Brilliant! Lighting & Design
2 Reviews
Dining
Ideabooks2,093
Questions3
Love the trees! Were they installed while green or were they dried?
our new house. I like the idea of using tree trunks, and wonder if we can use them green, or if we need to have them kiln dried for best results. We live
The trees were harvested on-site as the building project began. They were limbed slightly
drying continued and some checking appeared. During final finishes, the trees were sanded and sealed with a penetrating oil.
can use eucalyptus tree parts to support 'walkouts' and/or terraces.
More natural use of trees as supports, fun, maybe cat trees indoors, too
These tree-trunk posts are two of a set of six that support an office loft above a dining room. Harvested onsite, the oak tree trunks were stripped, polished
Tree trunk posts for a cabin feel
“Like kitchen” — jbdaws
Thom Filicia Inc.
1 Review
East 75th Street
Ideabooks813
Questions2
tree in dining room...Flanking trees...Indoor trees...like the indoor trees...Trees, chairs...Trees and curtains...Indoor potted tree...Love the trees...
“Tree” — sheybox
LineBox Studio
20 Reviews
Foldplace
Ideabooks3,662
Questions10
How tall does that tree grow? What species is it? Thanks:)
7' tall and its a Brazilian olive tree (hybrid). The frosted glass wall gives all the light it needs and it dosn't
for an indoor tree...indoor planted tree...Indoor planter...love it!...Tree in floor...Tree inside...indoor tree...Tree inside the house...Brazilian Olive Tree inside...The indoor tree!...tree planted in question
“The indoor tree!” — Yolanda Erickson
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adwait kher
Ideabooks5,270
Questions3
I like this. it would be nice in an indoor pool room..... just saying
Levels/steps create separate spaces, indoor tree life blends with outdoors
miniature courtyard is quite rich, but simple at the same time. A couple of trees stand alone with a few short plants in the bottom. Antique woodwork surrounds
indoor garden veeery cozy and invitin
“Indoors” — Matthew Baker
Cynthia Lynn Photography
8 Reviews
Wicker Park Loft
Ideabooks814
Questions2
Schefflera can be a bush or a tree. I like them both, but since an easy-to-care-for indoor tree is hard to find
be a bush or a tree. I like them both, but since an easy-to-care-for indoor tree is hard to find, you might try schefflera in its tree form. As you can
be a bush or a tree. I like them both, but since an easy-to-care-for indoor tree is hard to find, you might try schefflera in its tree form. As you can
can see, the tree isn't dense like a ficus, for example, but what it lacks in greenery it makes up for on account of its forgiving nature.
and moist soil, so water weekly and spray frequently.OUR TIPS: The Umbrella Tree loves warm humid conditions. Fertilise in its growing season with liquid
Schefflera can be a bush or a tree
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Island Architects
Representative Project
Ideabooks21,796
Questions16
I was told it would not work. I have two 8 ft trees on either side of fireplace and because they
What kind of trees are the ones in the pots?
base of trees. Use nice full plants, 6" size probably, with deep plastic saucers to hold them, and set them on top of the soil of your trees. Get enough
enough to fill the space. Now you can water the trees (lift a smaller plant up to reach the tree's soil) and the small plants individually.
pieces of colorful dried flowers in and under the pinecones. I water the trees thru a watering tube so this worked well and I don't have to worry about
Ficus are a common indoor tree, and here you can see what they look like when they have matured to extreme heights. Paired with a wall of paned glass,
How to put plants at base of trees?...THE TREES APPEAR TO BE FICUS
“ficus” — Toni Roselló
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