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Supon Phornirunlit / Naked Decor
Supon Phornirunlit/ Naked Decor
Ideabooks3,205
Questions3
What is behind all those curtains in the sitting room? An incredible, 8-inch-deep reflecting pool, inspired by one he'd seen in a hotel lobby in Thailand. "This was once a simple 800-square-foot deck, with 200 to 300 potted plants on it," Phornirunlit explains. "I realized it took about two hours a day
day to make sure they were all watered and decided to make a change."The reflecting pool is surrounded by a delightful mix of repeated elements including inexpensive chairs from IKEA adorned with Warhol-esque Chairman Mao pillows, elephant-shaped umbrella stands, $10 umbrellas from Pier 1, and a Buddha
“Beautiful peaceful night setting.” — Shanghai Green Antiques
Modern Landscape
Ideabooks4,089
Questions3
Ive contacted several local rock yards in San Diego and they all seemm to have only gray crushed granite. Any idea where to get a lighter color. What color is in the picture? Thanks!
proceed, all the while continuing to give your partner information as you go. Don't take the whole project under your wing and finish it without communicating with your other half. It could really spell disaster otherwise, and an excuse like, "You told me to do whatever I want, so I went with the all-black
“Creative” — anettas
zenscape
mateo
Ideabooks3,809
Questions3
Love stone and all natural surrounding privacy.
The nature look of all elements
all of it
“Luces” — visagg72
Seattle Full-Service Kitchen & Bath and Interior Designer
I believe it is essential to each project to synchronize the interior design with the architecture and in doing so, create an environment that exudes beauty, is balanced, harmonious and functional.
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Woodson & Rummerfield's House of Design
4 Reviews
Beverly Hills Estate
Ideabooks2,001
Questions0
OK, so this one really is in Beverly Hills. What makes it especially noteworthy is the exotic theme. After all, why can’t a patio look Moroccan? Or French? Or Southwestern? We get so accustomed to seeing the same thing, we sometimes overlook the possibilities
OK, so this one really is in Beverly Hills. What makes it especially noteworthy is the exotic theme. After all, why can’t a patio look Moroccan? Or French? Or Southwestern? We get so accustomed to seeing the same thing, we sometimes overlook the possibilities.
“BEAUTIFUL” — 0506xsc
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
Ideabooks9,348
Questions7
do all gravel down low with some small planted areas?
emerging candle by one-third, one-half or entirely off, depending on whether you'd like it to grow a little more slowly, a lot more slowly, or not grow at all that year. You can even plan the future shape of your pines by removing some candles, cutting others by half and leaving some to grow. This technique
“privacy trees” — Lucile Rense
Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
Ideabooks6,075
Questions9
overwhelming. You want your garden to be a soothing place. This space is very minimalistic, and while it has quite a few benches/accessories, they're all in the same neutral tone — creating a smooth and seamless design.
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“pavers for our private space?? Instead of concrete??” — spirithills
Teri Fotheringham Photography
10 Reviews
31 Albion Place
Ideabooks736
Questions0
green, yellow-green, blue-green, spring green, sage green and avocado green? There are simply no rules, only a cheerful and riotous surrender to any and all shades of green — nature’s neutral color.
“NATURAL COLORS” — lmccall76
Garden Mentors
1 Review
A little piece of Asia
Ideabooks24,269
Questions8
In rock gardens. Rock gardens are unique growing environments, and not all plants will appreciate the arid conditions. In addition to alpine plants, there are some ground covers that flourish in these conditions and can create
“Outdoor space” — fictionmoon
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