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Seasons Garden Design LLC
Dragon ouroboros pebble mosaic
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created using 5 colors of pebbles, a
pathways. For centuries cobbles and pebbles have been used to create hard-wearing paths. Stones in the past were laid on a clay or hoggin base, while today they are set on a hard core and secured with concrete. The simplest paths can be constructed using random-size cobbles, while more decorative paths have
intricate paths, such as the one seen here, include mosaic patterns using different sizes and colors of stones. Though beautiful to look at, cobble pathways are not always the easiest to walk along, and in some cases cobbles are used to create a deterrent surface (the cobbles are left raised above the
Decorative pathways. For centuries cobbles and pebbles have been used to create hard-wearing paths. Stones in the past were laid on a clay or hoggin base, while today they are set on a hard core and secured with concrete
“JARDIN PATIO PIEDRAS” — santiasco
Evelyn Benatar, New York Interior Design
13 Reviews
Kew Gardens
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Love the use of orange here (not a fan of the color but love the use of it in association with Buddhism and Hinduism . Love the Buddha Art on the wall.
Accent Asian-inspired spaces. Orange is closely associated with Hinduism and Buddhism, and is commonly worn by holy men all over Asia. In Buddhism, orange (or more precisely the saffron used to dye their robes) symbolizes
is closely associated with Hinduism and Buddhism, and is commonly worn by holy men all over Asia. In Buddhism, orange (or more precisely the saffron used to dye their robes) symbolizes illumination and the highest state of perfection.
use of darker colours create quite a sophisticated feel
is closely associated with Hinduism and Buddhism, and is commonly worn by holy men all over Asia. In Buddhism, orange (or more precisely the saffron used to dye their robes) symbolizes illumination and the highest state of perfection.Orange certainly makes a perfect choice for Asian-inspired decor.
“Buddhist” — sannia
Donald K. Olsen, AIA Architects
DKO ARCHITECTS and ASSOCIATES > projects > residential > fleishman
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Use of dead space or to finish basement
stair storage...although front access might be more useful
use of every space, beautiful wood
basket on the stairs can keep clutter at bay. But this ingenious solution by Donald K. Olsen Architects takes the concept even further, making clever use of "dead" space with handsome built-in drawers and bins.
“Great Storage for Small Places” — sandytucceri
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
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Love the use of the inorganic rock material coupled with the moss and other plant material
bell idea, only use big lamp / lamps
Create the illusion of light by using chartreuse foliage. The human eye generally reads sunlight as having a yellowish cast. You can introduce the illusion of light into a shade garden by
Create the illusion of light by using chartreuse foliage. The human eye generally reads sunlight as having a yellowish cast. You can introduce the illusion of light into a shade garden by introducing plants with chartreuse foliage. This photograph illustrates the principle brilliantly. Don't you almost
subtle contrast helps to facilitate an overall peaceful, introspective feeling in those who are fortunate enough to enjoy this garden. Can't we all use an extra dose of that?
“Plants and look” — Tim Mohler
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Asian Inspired Woodland Garden
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Use various sizes but never use pea gravel in a dry creek bed; it will easily wash away during a storm. I would recommend against using weed cloth to line your bed and would use a mallet to embed the smaller rocks into the soil.
Don't use weed cloth to line the bed. Use a mallet to embed smaller rocks in soil at bottom of bed. Don't use pea gravel. It will wash away in storms.
Dry Creek bed using surplus stones to create a run-off for rainwater to pond. Hammer small stones into soil banks, don't use pea gravel. Keep exposed roots and route around natural features.
“dry creek bed style erosion prevention & drainage idea! need to channel the rainwater down a slope.” — suzyqqq
Studio H Landscape Architecture
14 Reviews
Irvine Contemporary Asian
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What type of wood is used for deck?
What natural stone was used for patio?
could use courtyard walls as raised planters
making different levels by using high planters - raises the eyeline
planters are nice is there a use there to alleviate the blockiness of the porch plus deck
mix use of the planters
another nice use of squares
great use of planter boxes
“Bench structure” — Leslie Connor
BiglarKinyan Design Planning Inc.
6 Reviews
Japanese Modern
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Can you use the tatami mat as a bathroom floor mat?
Trying to decorate my small apartment bathroom with asian themes. Can this material be used on bathroom floors? Also, where can I get it?
floor. Hung on the wall in the same way that you might mount a rug or quilt, tatami mats punctuate a space with quiet tone and texture. You can also use them as table runners or coverings.
use tea set on coffee table
way to hang our blue rug - use a frame to hide fringed edges
that we're talking about here and this little set is a great example of that. It can work well in any home either on display or when pulled out for use.
floor. Hung on the wall in the same way that you might mount a rug or quilt, tatami mats punctuate a space with quiet tone and texture. You can also use them as table runners or coverings.
“En el pasillo al nivel de las recamaras se vería muy bien un tapete de tatami” — vero_donjuan
Lkristine
Bathroom backsplash!
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adhesive, and yes it is really left over blinds, LOL. Seemed wasteful to just throw pretty bamboo out. I let the tile adhesive dry for 2 days, then I used dark walnut stain that already has polyurethane in it and darkened it a little. Then let that dry a couple of days and then went over with 2 coats
bamboo blind used as a back splash. Could it be cheaper
bamboo blind used as wall treatment
Bamboo backsplash in bathroom. Used from leftover length of a bamboo blind. Very Clever.
use as backsplash in florida kitchen
“bamboo backsplash made from blinds” — yillygil
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