49 sculpture in garden Beach Style Dining Design Photos

Margaret Donaldson Interiors
11 Reviews
Kiawah Family Home
Ideabooks7,670
Questions12
are always vases. Palm fronds are so sculptural and bright, they can stand alone.More:How to create a tropical garden outsideRooting for Indoor Trees
just the simple placement of some fan palm leaves, freshly cut from the garden beyond.
“Chairs” — tdeford123
Kate Jackson Design
6 Reviews
Dining
Ideabooks12,967
Questions9
seat cushions, a colorful light fixture, a wallpapered accent wall, a sculptural topiary, a unique thrifted centerpiece or whatever your heart desires
seat cushions, a colorful light fixture, a wallpapered accent wall, a sculptural topiary, a unique thrifted centerpiece or whatever your heart desires
“Lighting” — terrytid
Rethink Design Studio
3 Reviews
Dining
Ideabooks8,002
Questions19
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Check out Garden State Tile or Specialty Tile.
“Open layout” — noyest
Loudoun County Interior Design Firm
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Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
8 Reviews
Staged to sell
Ideabooks8,132
Questions8
Use natural materials as sculptural items or just for their texture. These three forms of coral on subtle
“Shells” — Connie Ballinghoff
Regan Baker Design
6 Reviews
Beach Modern Dining
Ideabooks2,900
Questions7
pear sculpture
“Built in mirror” — mdfrank01
ZeroEnergy Design
12 Reviews
Concord Green Home
Ideabooks1,968
Questions6
Dining table ,light fixtures ,sculpture
“Window” — farisyah
Carter Kay Interiors
1 Review
Hallway to Dining Area
Ideabooks2,327
Questions6
Think textural. Your eye will be drawn to the mantel and be delighted by a sculptural piece hanging there, even if you can't touch it. Driftwood, carvings and
“Hallway-dining” — shellflath
Todd Remington Architect
Summer Cottage
Ideabooks66
Questions0
Photographed by John Reed Forsman. Used with permission from Better Homes & Gardens magazine. © 2005 Meridith Corporation. All rights reserved.
“windows” — rlbaker819
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