75 artificial wall vine Farmhouse Home Design Photos

Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks1,571
Questions1
Like look of grill and openness. Also slanted wall panels.
Vine over patio cover. Cover next to side yard
Love rough unpainted boards, flagstone, growing vines
pergola. corner wall on pergola
vines, pavers, pots and greens
Vines on the ceiling
Pergola and vines...vine covered grill
“Rock floors trellis keeps it airy” — lucyncortes
Shannon Malone
Ojai Guest House
Ideabooks2,567
Questions3
LOVE this. Stone wall and chunky posts, chunky overhang
leave covered porch partly open to plant a vine to drape down
Vines over patio that drop heavily
The wall and overhead pergola for a cover on
Board and batten, wall, attached pergola
Love the rock wall, the lattice work, everything!
Pillars mounted on wall
Seat wall as column footing
Love the stone wall!
Pergola on wall...Nice Stone wall...pergola with vines...Like the wall...stone wall...Stone walls...low stone wall
“Sandstone surround” — Gillian Hamilton
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
France
Ideabooks7,029
Questions3
The gravel patio with a pergola covered in vines for al fresco dining is a must for every home.
A little more casual is this vine covering a patio space. Look for a plant that will provide shade through most of the outdoor season. Your personal style will dictate if you want greenery only or some
stone walls and window shutters
Vine covering overhead
stone walls...Vine growing
“rustic rubble, maybe too rustic?” — Carrington Stonemasons, Inc.
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Doug Towle
The William Farley House
Ideabooks291
Questions0
painted the sinuous confluence of birds and vines directly onto the hand-trowed plaster walls.
I like the straight wall on the right and the slanted ceiling/roof
The walls are covered with period designs by folk art muralist David Bradstreet Wiggins, who painted the sinuous confluence of birds and vines directly onto the hand-trowed plaster walls
ell connecting the Pilgrim house with the carriage house. The walls are covered with period designs by folk art muralist David Bradstreet Wiggins, who painted the sinuous confluence of birds and vines directly onto the hand-trowed plaster walls. The grandfather clock at the far end of the room was made
reproduction blue bureau on the right wall conceals a flat-panel TV given to Towle by his employers to honor his service to the company. He’s worked for the same firm for 56 years.
“Wow, just beautiful!” — mcjane5
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Eclectic Farm House
Ideabooks2,619
Questions2
Love the wall and pergola smothered in vines. Beautiful blowsy garden.
colors, flowers, vines
eclectic garden & stone wall
Stacked stone wall...
Stacked stone wall for back
dry-stake stone wall
stone wall...Privacy wall...stone wall
“Big rocks” — camper11
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Horse Country Home
Ideabooks3,822
Questions5
Vine covered trellis to soften edges
Vine covered trellis...pergola over deck
Dining room wall cocept
Vine on arbor...vine on pillar
“Windows” — sharijenkins
Encore Construction
8 Reviews
New Cape Cod Home
Ideabooks12,817
Questions3
nice for the yard - creeping vines
build an arbor outside of gate to back yard and plant Carolina jessamine - lavender crape myrtle in middle of Frank & Linda's brick wall - make a path from driveway to arbor with irregular
Gravel - artificial grass
“White post and natural insets” — harrikat
Arkin Tilt Architects
1 Review
IdeaGarden
Ideabooks6,574
Questions3
Spotlights in particular are a common disruption for freshly hatched sea turtles on the beach. The baby turtles mistakenly crawl toward the bright artificial lights instead of the water and end up dying. Florida, for one, has policies that make it illegal to constantly shine bright lights directly on the
Low-profile lights and lights that are sunk into walls and steps work beautifully to illuminate walking areas. Flood lights and spotlights are very damaging to animal habitats, because they spread light
Spotlights in particular are a common disruption for freshly hatched sea turtles on the beach. The baby turtles mistakenly crawl toward the bright artificial lights instead of the water and end up dying. Florida, for one, has policies that make it illegal to constantly shine bright lights directly on the
“Monhoney” — mpguy
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