9,369 japanese tansu Home Design Photos

Amber Freda NYC Garden Design
22 Reviews
Tribeca Roof Garden: Terrace, Bluestone Pavers, Container Garden, Japanese Maple
Tribeca Roof Garden: Terrace, Bluestone Pavers, Container Garden, Japanese Maple
Contemporary NYC roof garden design with potted Japanese maple and crape myrtle trees. Planters are made of grey fiberglass. Custom-built deck is a wood
can you have these in pots - is that Japanese maple?
“Maple tree” — barbarabouch
Northern Virginia Basement Contractor
Home Services Unlimited, LLC has been in business for over 29 years. We are licensed, insured, bonded and an EPA Certified Renovator.
Le jardinet
Great Design Plants
rant shrubs, grasses and perennials In a woodland garden combined with Japanese maples, ferns and hostas In dry shade; for example, under trees. Mine is
“"Diervilla Lonicera" known as bush honeysuckle or dwarf honeysuckle.Size 3'tallx3'wide. Moderatly de” — westiemom1922
Harmony Design Northwest
4 Reviews
Japanese Garden Bridge
Japanese Garden Bridge...Japanese garden...Japanese maple
“Cute idea” — jodiw3
Treeline Designz
6 Reviews
Contemporary Japanese Tea House Garden 2
Contemporary Japanese Tea House Garden 2
This Contemporary Japanese Tea House Garden designed and built for the Yard, Garden & Patio Show 2012 in Portland OR. Please follow the link below to see
The fence material is freshly cut bamboos, cleaned & torched & we used a Japanese palm rope to tide the bamboo polls.Yes it was a special order for the show
“a” — rs1454
International Garden Concepts
Japanese Gardens
Japanese Gardens...japanese garden
“bamboo screens” — Lisa S.
Daedal Woodworking
5 Reviews
Ryokan (Japanese Guest House) Interior
Japanese scarf joint detail cindy trim photography
Ryokan (Japanese Guest House) Interior...Japanese joints
“Japanese joints” — vardhunt
Rhino Rock llp
Japanese Stream, Pond & Tea House
Japanese Stream, Pond & Tea House
Japanese bridge...japanese tea house
4 Reviews
Moss Garden
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
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
“to divide lanscaping border” — lizeth1518
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