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Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Portland Mid-Century Modern
Ideabooks11,061
Questions9
I am planning to have some raised planters on the porch and also some wall planters on upstairs balconies. I travel frequently and would really love to set up a watering system when the home is built that will
Building similar planters and have no experience with it. Thanks.
An idea for easy watering is to set up a system so that any rainwater from the roof is directed to the planter. To answer your question
about protecting the porch and/balcony. There are a few membranes and waterproofing applications which can be used within the construction of the planter. This allows any moisture or dampness to go into the ground and not into the wood. Wood treatments are also important. Hope this helps.
Planter at the end of the deck
“Craftsman” — epoepping
Portal Design Inc
1 Review
ottawa ave exterior
Ideabooks6,812
Questions10
Are the planters "flow-through planters", thus part of the stormwater management system for the building?
Flow-through planters are a great way to retain and filter stormwater during heavy downfalls, which help reduce
do you know if the planters will crack due to weather with time? was color added to the concrete of planters?
reduce the stormwater that enters the over-taxed sewer systems during peak storm events. Planters of this design could easily serve this function as well as looking great.
concrete pavers. The concrete planters were not colored, but they were sacked to fill in the holes from the concrete pour. As the NW climate is moderate, there should not be excessive heating or cooling that would encourage the concrete to crack. In addition the concrete planters were designed with rebar
“style” — dtullio
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Patio
Ideabooks1,207
Questions0
lattice to hide area under deck. retaining walls, looks like small driveway
The staircase to the patio, and the lattice work.
Moms backyard lattice
lattice work to hide storage
under balcony with lattice
lattice shed...planter area...Lattice for shed...Deck lattice...lattice work
“retaining deck” — Tanya George
Stephanie Ann Davis Landscape Design
HH1
Ideabooks8,566
Questions8
are the planters poured or bought as is?
what size where your concrete planters?
reed does spread so we make sure it's in a self contained planter. We built these concrete planter boxes as part of the hardscape for that reason. Thanks, Stephanie
They look like concrete slabs that where placed together to form the planter. Is that correct?
growing in the ground surrounded be a planter
its roots are contained. That's what you see here, and it's a nifty way to both screen out the world and bring green into view. The raised concrete planters are exactly what's needed to corral the densely planted stands of horsetail.
“horsetail” — soniatme
Michelle
Our 1954 Mid Century Ranch Home, Napa, CA
Ideabooks3,020
Questions5
Concrete pathway to front of house. We replaced ugly drains with rain chains made out of corten steel. Custom planter made out of corten steel.
Is this a custom planter? What material is it? Thanks
That is horsetail in the planter box. In back is blue oat grass and sorry, don't know the name of the ferns
If we had a metal planter as in picture, could we fill underneath it with stone that was swailled away
Planter to use for bamboo fence
“plants” — amybergant
Sara Cukerbaum
Vance Lane Modern Home
Ideabooks3,414
Questions5
The steel planters are 1/4" thick and are independent of the building. Thanks!
Front entry 1/4" Steel planters. Doug fir siding. nice concrete
Love planters and color
front entry planter boxes
Tiered planters out front.
Corten steel ,planters, steps,
built in steel planters
Skinny planters around steps
Entryway. Steel planters.
Planter along or beside fence
Metal planter...Planter boxes...Metal planters...Dark planters...Steel Planters...planter boxes
“Canopy/carport style, siding mix.” — Andy Sears
Portal Design Inc
1 Review
ottawa ave exterior
Ideabooks9,010
Questions7
concrete planter box to sloped driveway
separated walk/steps from driveway. Good structured planter boxes
boldly embrace your hardscape with planters
Step down walk way and planters
Great example of how to separate the driveway from the pathway with these well articulated planters and steps.
like the ideas for the steps and planters
square raised planters and angular steps...
built-in planters between the two.This design almost makes me wish I had a sloping driveway. It not only solves the problem of planting, but by incorporating a series of wide, shallow steps, the designer has made the journey on foot much more comfortable.The square and rectangular planters tie in with
embraced the use of hardscaping by creating and wrapping planter boxes in the hardscape. The effective use of plant material helps to soften and balance this front yard. If this approach is too austere for you, consider softening the edges of the planters with a creeping and cascading ground cover.
“Colors” — downunderthunder
Richardson Architects
13 Reviews
Bathhouse
Ideabooks12,644
Questions6
Love the steel planters. Can you please tell me where they can be purchased?
love the galvanized tubs for planters
Love the planters and the overall look
thanks to the style, the corrugated red metal roof and the tongue and groove siding. Galvanized metal troughs from the feed store fit right in as planters.The blackboard is for posting daily schedules for activities like horseback riding, crafts, kayaking, planting projects, trips to the beach and caring
“Good design for the farm” — arapberen
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