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Inviting EntrancesBurke Brothers Landscape Design/Build
This is exactly the kind of vertical landscaping that I love.
Burke Brothers Landscape Design/Build
This modern entry has an exotic, organic feel thanks to custom water features, a lush and verdant green wall, and a custom front door featuring an antique hand-carved Chinese screen.
Lush Modern EntryKym Rodger Design
How is the vertical garden planted and watered?
Love the plants in this vertical garden
Beautiful vertical garden
vertical garden with out releif
Vertical herb garden
vertical garden - texture difference
Entry design and vertical garden
Vertical Garden...Vertical garden...vertical garden!...jardim vertical...vertical garden
Montreal, QuebecEsther Hershcovich
vertical book shelves make a nice area of interest without overwhelming
Vertical shelves in pantry for cook books!
A friend gave him these antique theater seats, which make a great space for putting on shoes before heading out or even just reading. He built the vertical bookshelves with a variety of woods.
Tyrol Hills ModernPeterssen/Keller Architecture
Hello. These are actually pieces of art, tonal landscapes that we used for our photo shoot. We have since archived our records and I cannot tell you any more information on who the artist is or where to get them. Thank you for your question.
Frames vertically laid & use candle lanterns in lieu of lights
I like the vertical look of this room
Tiled entry, grey feature wall and vertical stack of artwork
If your entry has high ceilings, try a vertical stack of artwork. It’s easy to create a grouping of artwork from an old atlas, a book with botanical or wildlife plates, or a calendar.
12. If your entry has high ceilings, try a vertical stack of artworkIt’s easy to create a grouping of
Lim-KimbergJohn Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
titles are the perfect size & color. Love the vertical lines. What a stunning entrance.
Vertical tiles as the backsplash?
door vertical window
vertical tile, exterior
vertical lines and strength
1. Vertical lines draw the eyes up. If you've got a focal point above, consider pointing your tiles in that direction. Here, they seem to flow right up into the matching sky.
Chestnut Hill ResidenceSudbury Design Group
Gorgeous landscaping! Would you please post the name of the ivy? Thx!
Unfortunately we do not have the specific dimensions of this front door. We were involved with the project as the landscape architects. We were not involved with any renovations to the home itself, just the grounds.
Love the landscaping on each side of the sidewalk
van Adelsberg Grant Art StudioGiulietti Schouten Architects
This is a custom railing made with flat steel bar vertical members and horizontal round steel rods with a wood (meranti) cap rail. The cap rail is connected to a rectangular steel section (not seen in the photo)
dark exterior w/ chartreuse landscape - excellent contrast
architecture and landscaping
Vertical siding and color
deck and landscape
Casa CorMancaPAUL CREMOUX studio
View from the Patio / Garage / vertical garden over 4,000 plants!. Photo: Hector Armando Herrera
Vertical at entrance
vertical garden...Vertical garden...Jardin vertical
Point Piper - Art Deco InspiredScott Weston Architecture Design PL
Vertical photos at and of hall
four paintings going vertical behind entrance door
Vertical multiple hangings
vertical pictures...Vertical photos...Vertical prints
Quaker Bluff ResidenceBirdseye Design
double front doors in contemporary vertical design
vertical lines, glass
Vertical Lines: Strength
Vertical random glass
vertical glass insets
Carolina StJohn Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
If you’re comfortable being seen from the road or are looking to let more light in through your windows, consider a wood slat fence. The combination of horizontal and vertical elements in this fence, designed by John
Grasses and succulents are eminently suitable for contemporary landscape design, as they rely upon their strong form rather than colorful blooms.
e being seen from the road or are looking to let more light in through your windows, consider a wood slat fence.The combination of horizontal and vertical elements in this fence, designed by John Lum Architecture, helps shield the home without creating a solid wall.
and fenceEmphasis on foliage over flowersColor note:Muted earth tonesPlant selection:Grasses and succulents are eminently suitable for contemporary landscape design, as they rely upon their strong form rather than colorful blooms.These plants require minimal water and maintenance.The grasses add a bright