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Foundation Landscape Design
Doheny Estates
Ideabooks1,145
Questions2
Plants lined up exactly the sane
Wall and plant design
Natural light and native plants
like the purple green plants
Plants in front of garage
Foundation Landscape Design
Front Plants
“metal planter idea” — Nate Owen
Court Atkins Architects
5 Reviews
Spring Island - Bee Tree
Ideabooks326
Questions0
Plant design
“Mirror” — lisadibattista
Raftery construction
Powder Room
Ideabooks8,611
Questions5
Award Winning Design for this Powder Room
Glass vases with plant in black pebbles
awesome sink design
Like this bath and plants
Plants in stone...the plant
“Vaso” — suzanamatos
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
45 Reviews
A Modern Miami Home
Ideabooks7,280
Questions9
indoor plant – or threeOne of the easiest ways to visually freshen up a bathroom is to add a plant. Plants that love warm, moist air will thrive in a light-filled bathroom. Try grouping several statement plants on a wall like in this bathroom with its staghorns, or cluster a trio of ZZ plants in on-trend
“Tiled Wall” — jeffmains
Kimberley Bryan
6 Reviews
My Houzz: Busy Family Farmhouse
Ideabooks766
Questions1
Air plants on wall --- some inside old, painted picture frames
votre salle de bains. N’hésitez pas à l’inonder de soleil, la plante adore ça. Gare à l’excès d’eau. La plante ne le supporte pas. Qu’importe la saison, attendez que le terreau soit bien sec pour l’arroser (modérément). Le + dépolluant : la plante absorbe le formaldéhyde qui se dégage des résines de bois
is flooded with light from a hidden skylight and clerestory windows. The walls are painted a light blue that was matched to a piece of fabric. Air plants dot the wall alongside a vintage dresser, which was repurposed to hold toiletries. The floor is covered in marble tile. Sink: American Standard; tillandsia
“Color” — Wendy Audet
Eduarda Correa Arquitetura & Interiores
1 Review
Bathroom
Ideabooks13,496
Questions6
what sort of plants are those to the right of the tub? Look like they might do ok in indirect light!
Can you tell my what type of palms you have planted in the room ; amazing how the leaf is all one piece - thanks
This plant is called licuala lighting and it is made by a translucent ceiling.
like the wet room with plants
“taller wall non roofed outdoor extension bathroom” — lovingfl
Willman Interiors / Gina Willman, ASID
11 Reviews
Zen Bathroom
Ideabooks35,843
Questions15
do that at the glass side. Beautiful design and workmanship.
What is the name of the plants?
could u please tell me the names of the white flowering plant and the other plants u have used,besides the palms.I really
really love the way u have put the plants together.
Have you grown these palm trees in pots? Or are they planted in the ground?
a. Are the plants real b. What about bugs ?
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The plants are real . The doors can close - in this shot they are bi-folded over to each side of the large opening into the garden. This situation not ideal for a bug phobic person - but often these type of resort homes have a schedule of pesticide treatments
“bath tub / floor and wall tiles” — nutabl
Knudson Interiors
6 Reviews
Knudson Interiors
Ideabooks14,778
Questions6
What is the name of the palm trees and flowering plants?
look like spathaphyllum. The red ones along the wall look like cordyline, and the green ferns look like Kimberly queen fern. Those are all tropical plants that are grown in south Florida. One nursery that has all 3 is Everbloom growers, inc in homestead, fl.
The only thing I like is the design around plumbing in shower
Like the dark plants with the green and white plants
Outdoor shower n water the plants just no soap
chance and simply cut the roots down the middle between the plants.A young plant should be planted in a 6-inch pot, so the roots get the compact area they need.To minimize shock, use the same potting mix as you used in the original pot. Young plants may need staking and may wilt, but they should recover by
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