13,053 japanese tansu Home Design Photos

Vintage Hardware & Lighting
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Point Defiance Tacoma Pagoda
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Point Defiance (near Tacoma), WA. The Pagoda at Point Defiance Park opened to the public in May, 1914, as a replica of a 17th century Japanese lodge, influenced by Japanese architecture of the Hare and Hare plan of 1911. Referred to as “The Car Station”, the pagoda served originally as a waiting room for
for streetcars, with restrooms and first aid facilities on the lower level. Architect Luther Twichell designed the new streetcar station in the Japanese "Pagoda" style, which was complementary to the adjoining gardens. Later used as a bus station and then as a local venue for gardening clubs and floral
“the glass walls” — sabawise
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Bluestone Abounds
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in this contemporary Lincoln Park landscape. In addition to the bluestone patio, this landscape features Hydrangea, Astilbe, Boxwood, Japanese Maple and Japanese Forest Grass among other plantings. Courtesy of Mike Crews Photography, Designed by John Algozzini. Pottery by Laura Osborne, Lighting by
“Bluestone” — rcycle50
MKEGreenworks
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Moss Garden
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approximately 5' in height above ground with a 3' extension into the ground. Our attempt was to simply create a Japanese style garden since we were limited in space and could not create a true Japanese garden. In the truest sense of this style, large rocks are used to represent islands in the ocean and the
This client spends half of each year traveling to Japan and France for business and fell in love with Japanese gardens. He contacted us to see if we could recreate a little slice of his new found love in his garden. The only space available in his garden was very small and we needed to incorporate
“to divide lanscaping border” — lizeth1518
The New York Botanical Garden
Pachysandra terminalis
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japanese spurge ground cover is pretty and lush
the appropriate variety for your ecosystem — you don't want the plant to become invasive in an area beyond your garden. Common names: Pachysandra, Japanese spurge USDA zones: 5 to 8 (find your zone) Water requirement: Moist soil is ideal, though it can survive drought Light requirement: Partial to full
Pachysandra, Japanese spurge, in shade, for front lawn
the appropriate variety for your ecosystem — you don't want the plant to become invasive in an area beyond your garden.Common names: Pachysandra, Japanese spurgeUSDA zones: 5 to 8 (find your zone)Water requirement: Moist soil is ideal, though it can survive droughtLight requirement: Partial to full shade
“packasandra aggressive” — barfay
Facciuto Landscape Design & Construction
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fence detail
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japanese garden
japanese water feature
japanese iris...japanese maple
“Fence details” — Josh Waggoner
Facciuto Landscape Design & Construction
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round rock
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japanese garden
japanese water feature
japanese iris...japanese maple
“Love the tiny Buddha!” — jenisertich
Facciuto Landscape Design & Construction
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fence detail
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japanese garden
japanese water feature
japanese iris...japanese maple
“Roof” — uglyox2000
Sustainable Design Group
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Japanese House
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This abandoned house had been hand built by a Japanese Potter, but after his death had been neglected and abused by tenants before falling into disuse. The client chose to save the property and create a writing studio for herself. The design and the artisans chosen to do the work have given this space
“Love the wood in this cabinet, beautiful” — thenalls
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