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Knudson InteriorsKnudson Interiors
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.
purchased at a local nursery? I have an avacado plant,started with just a clean pit in potting soil,it is so large I have to prune it back
I love this idea - tub with a view... and an atrium! Could we do this with the cistern area?
Great idea if we ever build in Costa Rica.
Outdoor shower n water the plants just no soap
A wall doesn't have to open onto a large, expansive space. Just a little tropical extension for this bathroom is reason enough.
Encino ModernTracy Stone AIA
Hello, what is the nameof that plant? Thanks
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 made of wood, stone or another organic substance. Keep the
a bamboo garden in the bathroom!! YES PLEASE!! great idea!
do plants in the bathroom and a low window like this
Love the plants and the colored glass.
traditional plants such as bonsai and bamboo, potted in sleek, minimalist containers made of wood, stone or another organic substance. Keep the palette focused — green foliage is more appropriate than a bounty of colorful blooms.East meets West: Want to venture beyond classic Japanese plants? Bring in
Marin County ResidenceDirk Denison Architects
plant on roof out side in pot
Must be nice I love this idea
plants in the shower? maybe an orchid...
Planting in open courtyard
like the plant...Window idea...Plant Ideas
Zen BathroomWillman Interiors / Gina Willman, ASID
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 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 ?
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 ! So bugs are at a minimum.
Macarthur or manila palms. Do a google image search on both names and compare the photos. These type of palms are common in Hawaii gardens, but when planted in the ground will grow to 30 ft.
What is the plant on the toilet.
stripes to front bathroom. Awesome idea!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
pictures and plant on the toilet seat
i like the idea of having a bamboo plant on the toilet.. has a spa like look
stripes! I'm liking this idea.
Plant on toilet tank
Grass/plants above toilet
cute plant...Plants above toilet...half bath ideas...Bathroom idea...Grønn plante...container plant...potted plant
BathroomEduarda Correa Arquitetura & Interiores
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
Crown Hill RemodelNeiman Taber Architects
those containers are a good idea but ridiculously too large!
Glass Containers on bench top
large glass jars for storage
Here are a few sources: http://www.crateandbarrel.com/kitchen-and-food/food-containers-storage/gallon-jar-with-lid/s102806 http://www.stonewallkitchen.com/shop/kitchen/storage/F5013.html
Large jars...large windows...like the jars idea...glass containers :_...good idea!...Glass containers
I like the air ferns and containers.
Air plants and the empty frames
family photos, and frames with plants
What a great idea. Having a chest of drawers next to or just in your bathroom...
Air plants on wall --- some inside old, painted picture frames
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
Notting Hill TownhouseKelly Hoppen London
I am looking for idea for my 1/2 bath which is 5ft square and 19ft tall, yes, it runs through 2 floors. Since there is little floor area I am thinking of replacing the vanity
plants fully contained in tall vases
The two talk glass vases filled with sand and green plants. Awesome idea.
Plants for cactus by tv
vases with rocks and plants
Les pots de plantes...Cloakroom ideas...Nice plants...Glass with plants...Cylinder for plants
Semi Outdoor Shower RoomIwan Sastrawiguna Interior Design
I think the plant is a Heliconia bihai.
Contained botanicals in an outdoor shower. Would be perfect with afternoon sun exposure
we can create a similar look by beefing up the plants in the atrium.
that's one way to water your plants
The idea of out door shower
Outdoor shower with cover, wooden ceiling and trim, plants
SM Master Bathcathy Chilton
Best walk in shower yet with plants nearby and extruding shelving
grey color and orderly lines. would use more plants.
is so simple, but the glass shower doors and the chair suggest looking outside ... but are you looking 'in' the shower/pebbles or 'out' to the seat/plants?
found in perlite.Feeding: Fertilize the plant with a liquid houseplant fertilizer, mixed according to the package instructions, every two weeks in spring and summer. In fall and winter, feed monthly. Avoid fertilizers containing superphosphates, which often contain fluorine.Air purification: Removes airborne
the lower leaves to drop off. The plant will recover when the temperature is corrected or it becomes acclimated to the new environment.Light: Place the plant in a location with bright to moderate indirect sunlight. Brown leaf tips and spots indicate that the plant is getting too much light. It is not
HolmwoodLinebox Studio
light than too much. If the plant begins to stretch toward the light, or the green color of its leaves fades, then the light is too low.Water: Change the water every one to two weeks. Use bottled spring water for fast growth and a beautiful deep green color; tap water contains chemicals and additives that
the plant. For plants raised in soil, keep the soil evenly moist.Soil: Use well-draining, rich potting soil.Feeding: Use a liquid fertilizer recommended by the manufacturer, diluted to half strength, no more than once every two months. For plants growing in water, you can use liquid aquarium plant food
food. Specialty lucky bamboo fertilizers are available.Container: Grow lucky bamboo in a tall glass vase or ceramic container; shallow bowls are not advised. The water level should be constantly maintained to be 1 to 3 inches. A higher water level allows more root growth, resulting in a greater amount
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