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Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Milieu Design
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summer; turns fiery orange in fall; deciduous Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular
Chanticleer pear tree. 24-35'. Zones 5-8. Dark green leaves in summer; fiery orange in fall. Full sun.
Garden TREES #4 Chanticleer pear. Pyrus calleryana, or chanticleer
allée of chanticleer pear trees is part of a project by Milieu Design. USDA zones: 5 to 8 Height: 24 to 35 feet Color: Dark green leaves in summer; turns fiery orange in fall; deciduous Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular
of chanticleer pear trees is part of a project by Milieu Design. USDA zones: 5 to 8 Height: 24 to 35 feet Color: Dark green leaves in summer; turns fiery orange in fall; deciduous Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular
“Walkway - cement squares” — jlpogue
Carolina Katz + Paula Nuñez
View of the interior patio
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is that tree is real ?
Is it ok to plant a tree in the floor like that? Is there any concerns over the root structure and the house's foundations? I ask because I recently bought a house that has
I really love this indoor trees thing
chair awesome. open, light, beautiful
Tree in the house . Love
the brick, the arches, the plants and the light. ...
I like the brick in this indoor patio
chandalier, integration of trees, cozy walls
spread out gracefully. Although these trees like light, they’re hardy enough to still thrive without all-day direct sunlight. Keep in mind that their root systems can be aggressive – house it within a pot positioned off the ground to prevent roots from doing damage. This covered courtyard in Santiago, Chile
“indoor greenery levels of ceiling” — 'Carrie Morris'
Contemporary Landscape
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Have you used white lights or green bulbs?
This tree is priceless beauty, but I would never risk placing a fir pit below it.
What kind of lights did you use?How many? Placed on branches?
LOVE this! I have a similar Oak & would love to apply this lighting
incorporated the oak tree into making an outdoor living space.
Love the lights in the trees!
Firepit e iluminacion de arbol. Similar oak tree lado cuarto ninos
Casual fire pit under natural low hanging tree.
Love the lighting on the tree
the natural lighting with trees love that
that there is trees around you and that you can sit around the fire
When you light trees, you bring ambient light to the area and encourage circulation to it. A lit landscape viewed from inside a home is a great asset and encourages movement to the outside. Focusing landscape lighting on trees rather than paths draws the eye up and stokes curiosity.
“Tree” — ptrikha
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Michael Abrams Limited
22 Reviews
Orchard Living Room
Ideabooks11,627
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Looks like some sort of Yucca tree!
With its low light and water needs and compact, structural shape, the hardy Madagascar dragon tree (Dracaena marginata) is hugely popular
dragon tree (Dracaena marginata) is hugely popular and great for adding impact and texture to a clean-lined room.
6. Madagascar Dragon Tree With its low light and
Madagascar Dragon Tree, bright light. Prune top and don't let stand in water.
6. Madagascar Dragon Tree With its low light and water needs
madagascar dragon tree (dracaena marginata) indoor plant
shape, the hardy Madagascar Dragon Tree (Dracaena marginata) is hugely popular and great for adding impact and texture to a clean-lined room.
6. Madagascar Dragon TreeWith its low light and water needs and compact, structural shape, the hardy Madagascar dragon tree (Dracaena marginata) is hugely popular
“Sala da lareira” — Silvana Rahd
Janet Paik
The Salon by Leverone Design
Ideabooks4,895
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The trees are growing ok inside?
Seems like the trees might be a bit light constrained, though, inside. What are the details on having them live successfully inside - are the interior lights left on to supplement natural light, soil mixture specialized... and what
what about sufficient drainage under those planters (would think trees and deep watering would take a fairly hefty drainage/runoff control design)? Any details available would be appreciated.
Where i can buy those trees???
Those trees are absolutely beautiful. Is there a link anywhere for these trees specifically?
All kinds of questions about those lovely trees! What kind? How to get and sustain? Thank you.
I think you are able to have trees frozen. I remember a friend of mine had a palm tree in their living
“Pine trees on each side of sofa” — suehbailey
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
South Cove Residence
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away into the more rugged lakeshore. A simple, yet elegant bluestone terrace bordered by perennials and a low stonewall, creates a space for entertaining on the south side of the house. Large trees of 8" and 10" caliper were planted to add a feeling of maturity to the landscape while creating a sense of
reticulata, or Japanese Tree Lilac. Amelanchiers are not very drought tolerant but Syringas are.
What type of tree is in the fore front? so pretty in bloom
Also what type of grass (i assume) is the light colored to the left of the
That is a Japanese Lilac Tree. The grass is Morning Light Miscanthus....
Japanese tree lilac "ivory silk" Morning light miscanthus Salvia "May night "
Morning light Miscanthus , salvia and Japanese Tree
“love this tree looks great out the kitchen window” — mjkjrobinson
Brilliant! Lighting & Design
2 Reviews
Great Pond
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Tech Lighting Kable over the dining table and Lucid Lighting pendants in the kitchen. Image: Brian Vanden Brink
Love the trees! Were they installed while green or were they dried?
We are planning to put structural support posts both upstairs and down in 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, stripped of their bark, and left to air dry during the early construction
and secured in place over them, and during the remaining phases of the job drying continued and some checking appeared. During final finishes, the trees were sanded and sealed with a penetrating oil.
“Like in Fairport, the upstairs floor overhangs the dining, and the addition kitchen is vaulted.” — bernievz
Kenneth M Wyner Photography Inc
7 Reviews
Kenneth M Wyner
Ideabooks18,025
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Ceiling Fan with Optional Light by Modern Fan Company
What happens as the tree grows?
i love the artistic feel of the trees in glass, but when it rains, does it get messy? beautiful architecture & views!
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living - love to have a house with this much natural light!
trees inside home surrounded by glass
Trees next to house with glass enclosures
Solves the problem of waterproofing around a tree.
Ooo... I love the glass around the tree!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Nice way to keep oak tree but expand
Amazing! Trees in the living room!
Trees as artArchitect Travis Price rejected a “tear down the trees” approach when he designed this amazing forest home. Instead, he decided to incorporate trees into the design. “To see the trees internally and externally as ‘art trunks’ was the
“Is it too late to incorporate the tree like this? Haha just joking. Cool though” — callecc
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