4,231 flowers and plants. fountains Contemporary Home Design Photos

David Conner + Associates
Bayshore Residence
Ideabooks52
Questions0
as a secluded garden of reflection. The garden of reflection offers beautiful views of perennial plants and orchids, but its most prominent feature is a slow flowing glass and granite fountain. The fountain consist of three glass blown globes by Duncan McClelland delicately placed on top of a granite base
as a secluded garden of reflection. The garden of reflection offers beautiful views of perennial plants and orchids, but its most prominent feature is a slow flowing glass and granite fountain. The fountain consist of three glass blown globes by Duncan McClelland delicately placed on top of a granite base
“Interesting balls.” — bell1986
Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects LLP
11 Reviews
Thayer Residence
Ideabooks912
Questions0
We like the plants in this photo, somewhat contemporary but also a tuscan feel
Landscape, The Fountain
Water feature with fountains
cool contemporary fountain
The fountain I wanted.
Rock and plants
“Garden” — jwan80
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks1,581
Questions2
Known by many psuedonyms, curly willow has branches that add a rustic yet whimsical feel to arrangements. Whether mixed with flowers or on their own, these architectural branches make a statement. Botanical name: Salix matsudana 'Tortuosa' USDA zones: 5 to 8 Water requirement: Medium
Known by many psuedonyms, curly willow has branches that add a rustic yet whimsical feel to arrangements. Whether mixed with flowers or on their own, these architectural branches make a statement. Botanical name: Salix matsudana 'Tortuosa'USDA zones: 5 to 8Water requirement: Medium to wet soilLight
“smooth wall stucco” — kristadana
Dufner Heighes Inc
garden
Ideabooks8,192
Questions9
Using plants to hide sharp corners
Courtyard Garden, include some potted plants, garden chairs in green (single seater) I already have just need a good wooden bench treated for weather protection and cute garden table.
table looks like a flower from above.Can you say "sweet retreat"?
Spring-fresh furnishings with strong, sculptural lines spark this otherwise basic patio. The sea green of the bench and chairs brings out the greens of the plants, while the tabletop evokes the impression of flower petals.
7. Soften corners with plants. Sharply angled corners are not only a challenge to decorate, but if left empty they can make a space feel cramped and uncomfortable. Fill in tight corners with potted plants to soften the angles — tall plants and topiaries work especially well.
“Cute porch idea” — camcalis
Scot Eckley Inc
Alfresco Living
Ideabooks14,484
Questions7
thank you... looking for flowering options for climbers in and around a fireplace that is recessed into a very sunny wall...
Love this !! Forget the fancy planters, flowers ..a couple of comfy outdoor chairs...some concrete slabs and a fireplace!!! YES!!!!
Climbing plants, cement slabs and lounge
through the use of plants we can soften and even decorate garden walls in the same way we use wallpaper in our homes. Here, evergreen ivy covers the wall and surrounds the outdoor fireplace, but is kept carefully under control. Create an even more decorative use of ivy by planting different varieties
“piso de terraza abierta” — Marcos Geyser Candelier Mateo
Winder Gibson Architects
Pacific Heights Home Patio
Ideabooks754
Questions0
Plantings between privacy fence and short wall
Create a wall and a stair then plant trees and
beautiful wall with cap for sitting and grass! Like the plantings
Retaining wall & flowers
wall and plantings for privacy
simple garden plantings
plants on side...Flowers. Wall....privacy planting...yard plants...planting bed
“yard plants” — unclefreddie70
Lucy Interior Design
9 Reviews
Practical Modern
Ideabooks2,194
Questions0
instead. You'll get to enjoy the lovely, leafy look of this versatile plant for as long (or not) as you wish.More:Firmly Planted: Choosing HouseplantsBring on the Green: Decorating with Indoor Plants
Vases aren't just for flowers anymore. Try hunting in your yard for greenery like a fern or palm. These
“Briques” — stephgi89
Studio H Landscape Architecture
14 Reviews
A Tropical Modern Sideyard
Ideabooks5,719
Questions3
Podocarpus 'Maki'. Yes, they are evergreen. I'm not certain how they would do in Minneapolis, my guess is they wouldn't survive but if you go to the plant finder on www.sunset.com that should be able to tell you.
Off-centered Mexican pavers and river rock path with favorite spiky plants
grill area use chicken wire top for orange vine and plants to disguise area away from pool for smoke also area for chairs, bench, light
Can use large potted plants in with garden
“Pavers and stone” — mmiilloo
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