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bit of garden (with herbs I could have opening off the kitchen area
love how cozy it feels, lovely lighting and a nice feature in the sculpture. (But it looks scary to sit there, too narrow and the chairs will fall off the edge of the patio)
Diner in the back yard !!!!,
Indoor or outdoor garden
Walled garden dining
Garden walled garden dining
Roof garden...Dad's head in stone...courtyard garden...Garden Idea/patio
Tracy Stone AIA
for the kitchen/family room and a guest bath adjacent to the media room with its pull-down Murphy bed. Since the bathroom opens directly off the family room, we created a small entry with planter and low views to the garden beyond. The shower now features a deck of ironwood, smooth-trowel plaster walls
skylight in shower, plant 'home' w window!
glass inside divider to hold in place
toilet with small entry/view/window to the garden
Style Secret: Plants Introducing a touch of living greenery infuses a Japanese-style interior with vitality. Choose traditional plants such as bonsai and bamboo, potted in sleek, minimalist containers
The flooring in the shower. The curtain (I hate glass doors - I want some privacy!)
Rocks for landscaping in front of office by path to front door
stone in cobble around conservatory doors
shoji window covering; exterior rock garden
rocks outside window. Could I use in window box?
levels, indoor and outdoor flow
contrast in materials and colors
screen. indoor outdoor
kitchen stairs...Stairs to kitchen...rock garden
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Room: In my revit model, I plan to incorporate the shrubs, candles, and windows. I also like how the dining room is away from the kitchen and not merged.
Interior garden & waterfall
Put tht in the porch
garden like interior
store here in Brazil !
Indoor plants...palms in pots...verticak garden...Thanks in advance.
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
make my kitchen look crowded. I have a u of cabinets with an island in the middle. Any ideas on whether I should go with cherry or with a lighter cabinet color, like natural
doors like in the house in Wenatchee... And in poirot
Shoji screen, rock garden, outdoor access.
a great way of incorporating outdoors to indoors
them in solid mahogany wood and the satin sand blasted glass can be installed in the sliding doors with the heavy duty track system included.
Back Yard Studio
Water garden focus right outside the window.
Colors, roofing, garden, lighting
Modern indoor outdoor living
stones in garden....Outdoor kitchen...Garden lounge...lovely garden
uttara and adwait
orange lamp in the corner.
to sky garden-patch in the drawing
window in similar boards as shutters
The two sbtle windows in the midle of the livivng room and the classic south Indian style door way combines with the cofee table brings the wormth and the comfort to those who knows
weaver nest in market can be used as a lamp shade by putting a bulb into it
window in wall but white plantation windows
bonsai plants can add beauty in ur bathroom...kitchen..
bonsai garden is a great option for a deck. The plants grow very slowly and look charming in a shelved display. The best part? This entire garden takes up only a few feet.
not live indoors without this necessary period in their yearly cycle.Light: Light requirements are species dependent, though most bonsai species need bright light.Water: Species dependent, and can require dry, moist or wet soil. For subtropical or tropical species, allow the soil to become drier during
anchored in the container with no protruding sections.Look for needles or foliage that are dense, glossy and bright with no shriveled or dried-out areas.Choose a bonsai that is growing in the center of the pot, unless the pot is large enough to account for an imbalance that could cause a small pot to fall