13 flocked Christmas tree Beach Style Home Design Photos

Island Gardens Company
San Juan Island Waterfront Residence - Project 157
relation to your surroundings will help fill you with productive energy, creativity and confidence. In nature the dominant bird in the flock sits highest in the tree.
“i saw this in a meditative dream several weeks ago” — esterkaren
Shuler Architecture
32 Reviews
Mercer Island Waterfront Estate
our most recent projects that was completed in 2011. This client had just finished a major remodel of their house in 2008 and were about to enjoy Christmas in their new home. At the time, Seattle was buried under several inches of snow (a rarity for us) and the entire region was paralyzed for a few days
Exterior lighting on the house is well balanced. Path is lit with path lights and tree uplights.
“hmmmmm” — lovelyn rose almeñe
Fred Hahn, Residential Designer
Fred Hahn, Residential Designer
Wow! Excellent view and warm setting. Just begging for a Thanksgiving or Christmas gathering!
pine trees
“nature look” — areyep
Kim D. Hoegger
2 Reviews
Christmas party
Natural tree branch sculpture
“walls” — reneemmerriam
Allison Ramsey Architects
15 Reviews
Coastal Living - Allison Ramsey Architects Holiday House
Christmas tres in pots with star lights
Potted trees
“Pool” — melissaandrews
Balsam Hill
9 Reviews
Balsam Hill: 12 Bloggers of Christmas
Balsam Hill: 12 Bloggers of Christmas
Kim Wilson of Sand and Sisal's Balsam Hill Christmas tree
Hill Christmas Tree Staying true to the theme of her blog, Kim turned her Balsam Hill Scotch Pine artificial tree into a coastal holiday masterpiece. Adorning her yuletide tree with various kinds of starfish, Kim was able to infuse it with the effervescence of the sea. She also placed Christmas balls
balls in aqua colors to go well with her chosen theme. http://sandandsisal.com/2013/12/balsam-hills-12-bloggers-of-christmas.html
“is beautiful” — King Sano
West Winds Nursery LLC
2 Reviews
Water's edge
plantings of Bottlebrush Buckeye, Christmas Fern, Sedges are mixed with Hosta and Epimedium to add color, texture and interest to this hillside. The new beds are arranged in large undulating curving swaths around beneath the existing trees. A few understory trees were added for their flowering attributes
attributes and to help the tall existing trees tie into the landscape. Care was taken to keep the majority of the plantings low so as to not interfere with the view of the water. These large beds also work as a natural filter and erosion control for water coming from the homes above.
“great up to lake” — db1312
Colin Cadle Photography
2 Reviews
Blue Seas
Christmas tree
palm tree
“Christmas tree” — scariaga
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