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Peace Design
Exterior
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difficult to see its resemblance to the other examples in its organization and massing. nice modern and traditional look (like it)
Transitional. Transitional homes fall between traditional and contemporary — they are often traditional
Transitional homes (as:style) -between traditional and contemporary
proportion and repetition. Though this house is clearly modern, it is not difficult to see its resemblance to the other examples in its organization and massing.
ornamentation, simple lines and small, trendy details, such as nailhead finishes, that update an elegant, traditional spaceMore info: So Your Style Is: Transitional
repetition. Though this house is clearly modern, it is not difficult to see its resemblance to the other examples in its organization and massing.
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Brand Hero
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Nursery & Guest Room Re-Design
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mass transit map: do one for boston or dusseldorf or munich
“Use family history as free art. Letters you sent home from camp, an image of your family crest print” — Marissa Clark
Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
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massing plants would make my garden look bigger. e.g., along the east fence, instead of a collection of plants make it a mass of the same thing.
should have — you don’t want visual overload. See what happens when you curb your variety and mass with just a few species; isn’t the garden suddenly more tranquil?
Use more drifts and massing. Think about drifts of the same plant and see what happens. I believe you can do this in large
happens when you curb your variety and mass with just a few species; isn’t the garden suddenly more tranquil?
use drifts and massing, but use only a few species to avoid visual overload.
4. Use more drifts and massing. Don’t you ever feel sorry for plants separated from their family? Think about drifts of the same plant and see what happens. I believe you can do
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Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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Le Petit Chalet
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Use mass plantings to create flow
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLCSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Use mass plantings to create flow. "Flow" is one of those words that is better felt than defined. This
Large mass of ferns under trees
Use mass plantings to create flow. "Flow" is one of those words that is better felt than defined. This photo defines "flow" better than any dictionary ever could, and it feels right, doesn't it?Using many plants of the same species creates unparalleled visual impact. A friend of mine told me that she
line around the back of her koi pond. She was astounded by the visual impact when she first stood back and saw the result. The reason the concept of mass plantings works so well is that the eye flows uninterrupted, seeing the entire space as one element. The result is most assuredly a calm sense of relaxation
“Birch trees amongst Hayscented Ferns” — Cody Quinn
Jamie Van De Vanter
Redmond Residence
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mass plantings of blood grass...use in the burn or front drive
Used en masse, Japanese blood grass makes a grand statement and requires little to no care when restrained in large beds.
Used en masse, Japanese blood grass
Used en masse, Japanese blood grass makes a grand statement and requires little to no care when restrained in large beds.
“Striking red grass” — lisavu
Phinney Design Group
LEED Platinum home
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That’s not a formal fireplace but a masonry heater, with inner chambers that turn it into a thermal mass. “You can fire that for a couple of hours, and the entire mass will stay warm for 12 hours,” Phinney says. “It’s centrally located in the house so the heat can travel up the open stairway
centrally located, thermal mass, baking oven
” says Phinney. That’s not a formal fireplace but a masonry heater, with inner chambers that turn it into a thermal mass. “You can fire that for a couple of hours, and the entire mass will stay warm for 12 hours,” Phinney says. “It’s centrally located in the house so the heat can travel up the open stairway
“Table” — jmengel7777
Adam Woodruff + Associates, Garden Artisans
Jones Road
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Serene stone transition to landscape color and lighting
Plant en masse. Now that we have discussed hardscaping, let's move on to planting schemes. Mass plantings of the same or similar plants will most certainly have a positive impact in your garden when viewed
Plant en masse. Now that we have discussed hardscaping, let's move on to planting schemes. Mass plantings of the same or similar plants will most certainly have a positive impact in your garden when viewed from above or at ground level.Notice the beautiful variety of clumping and upright plants in the
garden.The garden shown here exemplifies the work of the artist. This design style, known as prairie, originated in the Netherlands; plants are used en masse to paint a picture. Notice how this designer has employed a diversity of color, textures, shapes and sizes, as well as captured light, to weave a beautiful
“Purple flowers” — 3cutekids
Blue Ridge Landscaping
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Fall Landscape
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Mass of yellow to the left
Select the right plant. Instead of going overboard with many different plants, try to find one that will fill all of your needs. This mass of Solidago 'Fireworks' is
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like yellow, it can be better to plant in swaths or masses rather than dotting plants through a mixed border — you only have to think of golden fields of sunflowers, or the acid-yellow flowers of rapeseed or even dandelions in abundance on a lawn. The mass planting of the goldenrod (Solidago) here is stunning
Select the right plant. Instead of going overboard with many different plants, try to find one that will fill all of your needs. This mass of Solidago 'Fireworks' is simple and amazingly effective at covering the ground aggressively, limiting potential weeding, mulching and maintenance. This large space
“Path lined with Solidago” — Studio Mira, LLC
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