3,944 garden flower Dining Design Photos

Lencioni Construction
1 Review
Georgian Cottage
Ideabooks3,873
Questions6
come from? would love to purchase them as well as the centerpiece of flowers.
flower arrangrment...Flower and red vase...Candles flowers red bowl...Flowers and candles...vase red flowers white
“Drapes” — tracyleins
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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J Design Group – Modern – Contemporary Interior Designer Miami – Bay Harbor Isla
Ideabooks961
Questions3
Are those real flowers or artificial flowers on the table? I don't have too much time to take care of plants or flowers so I would
would like to use very realistic looking artificial flowers or plants. What do you recommend?
normally use real flowers in our Interior Designs because of the smell and feeling. Orchids are very grateful, some of their flowers last for several months
months with little to no care. For silk flowers you can always look in stores like Michael's or other silk flower stores. We hope this answers your questions
The flowers on the table show realistic form because they are fake flowers but look like real ones.
“Love these polka dot sheers” — lorijeantaylor66
Sara Hopkins
5 Reviews
Dining Room
Ideabooks2,505
Questions3
French country flower arrangement
Flower arrangement
“Ceiling” — nshoukry
TEA2 Architects
2 Reviews
Lake Calhoun Residence
Ideabooks5,585
Questions7
Use lots of small candles and flowers. Oversize floral arrangements and huge candelabras
is easy for even a flower-arranging beginner to pull off.
Use lots of small candles and flowers. Oversize floral arrangements and huge candelabras may look impressive in
Using all-one-color blooms in tiny vases looks chic — and is easy for even a flower-arranging beginner to pull off.Two Naturally Beautiful Tablescapes for Holiday
image. Place lots of candles on a long table (mixed in with a few fresh flowers) and you have a stunning display on your hands.
lots of small candles and flowers.
“simple buffet” — gollywomp
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
Tone on Tone Dining Room
Ideabooks25,203
Questions20
where did you get the flowers? love them!
Flower arrangemet...Always flowers...Flower arrangement...dining table flowers...chairs and flowers...Like the flower arrangement
“idea book” — mollyb100
Lisa Stevens & Company, Inc.
Red Cottage
Ideabooks897
Questions2
very refined. These were purchased quite a few years ago at Jayson Home and Garden in Chicago.
like the flowers...Vases of flowers...Table, colors, light, flowers
“Lights” — angaza
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sfgirlbybay
Ideabooks3,377
Questions6
I love that pink flower plant. is it real? what kind is it?
looks like Prunus serrulata branches to me. we have 3 of these trees in our garden, they're wonderful.
SFGIRLBYBAY - wood vase with pink flowers
move all around her different apartment arrangements; here, along with the flowers, it gives just the right dose.
“Window shutters” — brett865
Kim Nichols
Kim Nichols
Ideabooks11,736
Questions19
kitchen to screened porch to herb garden
though they could have come from a garden just outside the door, arranged casually and without affectation. Choose flowers that thrive in the regions where
Style Secret: FlowersBlurring the boundaries between inside and out is a cornerstone of life in France's rural regions (indeed, throughout the nation)
nation). Thus, no French country interior is complete without flowers, whether they're clustered in a pottery vase, blooming on linen upholstery or carved into
breakfast table feels homey, cheerful and utterly welcoming. The jug of flowers is the star of the scene, with supporting players (a bowl of fruit, a r
“The fabric choices” — mbro9
1 Small LI backyard + 1 giardinophile + 2 pups =?
Is there a solution to this equation? Brought up with Italian gardens, flowers, natural landscaping in the hills of CT. Now here on LI, still with a...
“Black-Eyed Egg" This piece began as a close-up of some of the Black-Eyed Susans in my New England garden. Flowers are forever fascinating and this...
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