1,797 climbing plant Entry Design Photos

Contemporary Entry
Ideabooks6,097
Questions8
Love the plants and planters. What type are they and where did the planters come from?
Colors, floor, plants, armoire, and bench
Sconces, bench & plants...Plants are dracenas, pretty common.
“nice.” — Meera Abey
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
Christmas Holiday Decor
Ideabooks979
Questions1
Urns with large ornaments and greenery climbing the pillars
Love the red ball in the holiday /planting
Pillars and potted plants
“wreaths” — chrismcdaid
Contemporary Entry
Ideabooks4,491
Questions3
Love the mix of metal and wood with lime green plants.
remember the plants along with concrete, glass & wood.
possibility of vines climbing.......
“House number” — robcoll1969
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Carolina St
Ideabooks12,178
Questions8
foliage-focused planting, and this narrow roadside border delivers. Key design features: •Restraint in color and plant variety •Linear planting that echoes
Fence Option: Contemporary redwood fence with a plant variety that adds to privacy.
i love the layers of plants and colors at the front lower left...teal at bottom and yellow green above
foliage-focused planting, and this narrow roadside border delivers. Key design features:Restraint in color and plant varietyLinear planting that echoes the
siding and fenceEmphasis on foliage over flowersColor note:Muted earth tonesPlant selection:Grasses and succulents are eminently suitable for contemporary
design, as they rely upon their strong form rather than colorful blooms.These plants require minimal water and maintenance.The grasses add a bright note to the
Planting into concrete wall at front?
“Top fence” — roseann777
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
69 Reviews
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
Ideabooks3,559
Questions9
look vase and plant with something
Plant in dining...plant next to chest...Rug, mirror, plant
“rug, entry table & mirror” — moonlib
Anita Clark Design
10 Reviews
Entry Vestibule
Ideabooks1,185
Questions4
(measure before buying) and plant it with something gorgeous and interesting, like bonsai, orchids or a wild tangle of plants. Before going this route
to decorate a center table. Plant it with something gorgeous and interesting like bonsai, orchids or a wild tangle of plants.
(measure before buying) and plant it with something gorgeous and interesting, like bonsai, orchids or a wild tangle of plants.
to caring for houseplants — then get help from a local nursery to choose plants that will do well in your space.
(measure before buying) and plant it with something gorgeous and interesting, like bonsai, orchids or a wild tangle of plants. Before going this route, be
to caring for houseplants — then get help from a local nursery to choose plants that will do well in your space.Houzz guides to great houseplants
“round entry table” — barbanddavid
Ramsey Landscape Associates, Inc.
1 Review
Ramsey Landscape Associates, Inc.
Ideabooks4,861
Questions6
Whats the name of the bright green leafy plant under the crepe myrtle?
Hi. Can you tell me what is the bright green leafy plant under the crepe myrtle? Thanks!
I like this single door entry, then there is room for the lights and plants
What plant?...Green plants, front door, nice and neat...perennial planting beds - evergreen...plants, bricked...stoop & plants...Tall pots with cascading plants
“Brick on step” — daviesk
Domiteaux + Baggett Architects, PLLC
4 Reviews
Stanford Residence
Ideabooks954
Questions1
Needs climbing Ivy to cover whiter stone. Nice dea to alternate some planting in the steps
“Texturas fachada” — Patricio Cabal
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