78 whimsical garden decorations Home Design Photos

debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
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A once forgotten side yard turns into a charming gravel garden Martin Residence Cardiff by the Sea, Ca
The homeowner found the iron pot holder at a housewares/garden store in north San Diego but says it was the only one available.
of the elements of the early monastic enclosed garden.
Using my very unscientific analysis method, I’d say this garden is 40 percent space and 60 percent stuff — hence the more intimate appearance. The garden has an obvious central axis, and the garden elements on each side of the imaginary line mirror
enclosed gardens were enjoyed mainly by the wealthy, who could afford the cost of construction and upkeep, but monastic gardens were also enclosed. Monks required seclusion for their contemplative lives, and the hortus conclusus gave them the required sense of security and seclusion.In this garden of today
“urn design” — dovee2001
Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
Gretchen
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Great Courtyard Garden & Farmhouse Style
love the house but the gardens too busy and green needs some colour
gray with christmas decor :)
formal garden bridge to outbuilding angles
balcony, trellis, formal garden
Easy landscape garden low maintence
External and garden...Grass less garden...box wood garden...love this garden...Formal Garden
“Porch” — liztrigger
Steve Lick Timberworks
Val's Folly
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garden folly
garden shed...Gardening Shed
“Door” — e_coughlan
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Jen + Raymond Cleveland, Oh
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Adrienne DeRosa © 2014 Houzz Inc. A study in contrasts, this corner of the bedroom brings all aspects of the room's decor into one arrangement. White walls and upholstery act as a launchpad for a variety of textures and tones. Jennifer covered the chair in an upholstery class, and it now is a great
objects with the white chair is great! The whimsical window treatment is ... playful and elegant.
A study in contrasts, this corner of the bedroom brings all aspects of the room's decor into one arrangement. White walls and upholstery
“Like the curtain and table idea” — heatherpoore
Valerie Wilcox: Photographer
Covet Garden Home
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Pro Indeed, with so much to consider when it comes to decorating a home, it’s no wonder many choose to turn to design professionals for help. Of those hiring a professional for their project, 33 percent plan to hire an interior designer or decorator to help them from start to finish. Meanwhile, 32 percent
e-design services. The latter is a growing trend among homeowners seeking decorating advice. Many design professionals now offer online consulting services in addition to full design services. Catherine DiVirgilio started her e-decorating company, Blondiesloft, three years ago. She operates out of Madison
e-design services. The latter is a growing trend among homeowners seeking decorating advice. Many design professionals now offer online consulting services in addition to full design services. Catherine DiVirgilio started her e-decorating company, Blondiesloft, three years ago. She operates out of Madison
“Incorporation of eclectic elements” — wahoowa_va
rigby & mac
Bedroom
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i'm not really into the shabby chic for a master bedroom but this bed is really whimsical and relaxed. i'm pretty over mirrored furniture but i like the elegant feel of the pillows and floral arrangements
Iron bed with coverlet & decorative pillows
“Chandlier” — esthertharian
Etre
Traditional styling small city apartment
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High shelves with decorative supports, tile backsplash, white theme, black and white theme.
decorative metal brackets (for the stairs)
“chao, azulejos e portas” — joaolac
Apartment 46 for the Home
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Fijewski outdoor patio
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Busy professional with a small condominium garden wanted a Zen, clean space with easy-care plantings. The Asparagus ferns were baby-small at this point and have now grow tremendously to fill in the space. Photos: Melisa Bleasdale
Tranquility is possible even in the smallest of spaces. This small Zen garden, with
Rocks make for low maintenance garden
Tranquility is possible even in the smallest of spaces. This small Zen garden, with its simple plants, includes a sitting Buddha with both hands in a meditative pose. The hands overlap each other, with the left hand placed on top of the right so the thumb tips touch to form an oval, symbolizing the turning
“wooden as divider btw materials in ground. train wood perfect for this purpose. they could make a n” — Marc Chemali
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