279 whimsical garden decorations Asian Home Design Photos

Garden Mentors
1 Review
A little piece of Asia
Ideabooks26,326
Questions9
this idea would work - but you will still require reasonable light levels. Alternatively, instead of moss you could incorporate the Japanese sand garden style with rocks and water and a perhaps couple of plants
Japanese garden/water feature for new house
Zen gardens are designed to create a stripped-down awareness of thought.
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
create interesting, low-maintenance and miniature gardens. Knawel cushion (Scleranthus biflorus, zones 9 to 11) is a truly fascinating specimen that will likely become a feature in your rock garden. This slow growing, mound-forming plant provides a dense carpet of green foliage that will slowly creep over
“North corner of East garden? Adjacent to deck with bar?” — sophmaz
Whipple Russell Architects
Laurel Way
Ideabooks6,410
Questions4
To best apply the principles of Wabi-sabi in your home, avoid any brightly-colored, synthetic, or showy decorations. Focus
materials for decorating—river stones, driftwood, and recycled building materials (a little wear and tear on these only contributes to the design) can all be put to use in a Wabi-sabi design scheme.
signal the Japanese theme of this garden. It’s all about the shaping and positioning of the cloud-pruned conifer with its mossy green base, juxtaposed against the lacy texture of the bamboo against the wall.SHOW USHave you used leafy foliage to great effect in your own garden? Send us a photo in the comments
Create a tranquil Japanese-style garden under your outdoor staircase. Guests will get a surprise when looking down and will no doubt want to get a closer look.
“Plant tree!!” — matteas7
Katherine Roper Landscape & Garden Design
Zen Inspired Garden, Bradley Stoke
Ideabooks1,372
Questions1
Would fit great for it garden. Grass instead of stones
It would work in our garden
Be good for the corner of the garden
Zen garden backyard ideas
Zen Inspired Garden, Bradley Stoke
Landscape & Garden Design
pebbles in garden...stone garden...current garden idea...Zen garden...Cool for are garden...The garden...Garden design...garden concept...japanese garden...zen garden
“Shelter” — itsteresa
Jesse Im/bugonmyleaf
1 Review
5609 Residence
Ideabooks10,368
Questions2
Where did you get these bamboo fence? And the asian landscaping decor? I like it.
import directly from our factory , located in vietnam. whole sale price.We provide bamboo materieal, fencing, fence, wall divider, ceiling decor , bamboo wall covering decor, wall covering tiki bar tiki hut, bamboo wall for Interior and extorior designs.
Don't like rock gardens but like the pebble rocks
Enclose the space. Because these gardens are a microcosm of the world outside, fences and gates play an important role. Fences create boundaries that set the garden apart. The trick is to keep these barriers from feeling harsh or forbidding. Fences are simple in design and designed to blend with or
the rest of the yard rather than stand out sharply. The opposite approach is the fence that is opened up in one spot to capture a view beyond the garden itself, maybe a mountain vista or even a tree in bloom in a neighbor’s yard. Bamboo is an obvious choice as a fencing material, but wooden fences,
“Water feature” — jbrain
Cynthia Knauf Landscape Design Inc
5 Reviews
HOME IN A MEADOW
Ideabooks4,064
Questions2
Architect: Sarah Susanka, AIA Photography: Jim Westphalen Integration of Prairie-style architecture and Japanese garden. Palette of patterned and textures borrowed from the surroundings. Sequence of places makes a continuous necklace around the home.
Mastering the technique of perceived movement will set your garden apart from those of your friends. And truthfully, who doesn’t want that?
The river rocks carefully arranged to evoke the flow of water is similar to the raked patterns in zen gardens. Ingenious twist.
Movement - This often-overlooked technique can add a unique dimension. Perceived movement is most frequently found in Asian-themed gardens but is appropriate for any style. The garden shown here embraces this technique in two ways. First, notice the weeping spruce. This conifer has the look of being blown and
“Landscape” — bkaiser578
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
Ideabooks3,887
Questions2
Atherton Japanese Garden
Simple garden design.
Possible hot tub garden/outdoor arrangement
Kikuchi and kankel Atherton japanese garden
Japanese garden practicle
Meditation garden ideas
love this garden...garden design...geravel garden?...asian garden...japanese garden
“Like it” — anica77
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
Ideabooks8,731
Questions1
garden bridges used in flat landscaping
Simple wood garden bridge
Bridge for our gardens?
Zen garden backyard ideas
Atherton Japanese Garden
Decorative Bridge...Garden bridge...Outdoor garden...Garden plan...garden with rock
“Garden bridge” — claudetoh
Envision Landscape Studio
9 Reviews
San Francisco
Ideabooks6,169
Questions1
Consider SculptureGarden art adds an extra dimension to almost any landscape. Appropriate sculpture not only can decorate a space but can influence moods and challenge thinking.This Buddha does exactly what the designer of this garden had in mind: brings a sense of tranquility and relaxation to the space
“Stone” — ericanortman
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