3,479 plant walls Industrial Home Design Photos

Chris A. Dorsey Photography
Ed Roth Williamsburg
I love the tall plant by the TV. I'm looking for something of similar height. Could you tell me the type of plant it is? Or possibly where I could purchase a similar one?
Love the deer prints on the wall! Can you tell me where you got them> Thank you!!!!
this is the look of the west wall sandblast finish I like,
warm white shade on the walls. What brand of paint was used and what color?
I like the high ceilings and exposed brick wall.
Comfort is keyThere’s no reason why an industrial-style home has to feel cold and unwelcoming. Soften all those hard edges with a healthy plant, colourful rug or wall hanging – just don’t let any one element take over. Sticking to muted colours will ensure nothing becomes overbearing. The room’s architectural
“Comfiness” — lalbosta
Schmitt + Company/Poor House
Guest Suite & Bath
spaced gets well used by family and friends. Exterior shower from misc. copper fittings on Ironwood deck. All steel framework for window wall and shower partition wall was hot dip galvanized. Design by Melissa Schmitt Photos by Adrian Gregorutti
What kind of wood is used for the wall in the shower?
Where did you get the tile on the wall?
Toilet is in separate Water Closet off to left of door opening opposite sink. Large walk around shower behind sink wall, and Guest Bedroom beyond interior sliding steel door. Should have made this our master bath.
exposed plumbing, wood floor, plants in window
Outdoor shower - love the exposed pipes and plants growing
simple box area, great separation , would be great with plants
“Pipes” — jandar2014
Marco Dellatorre
What is the wall covering? It's Fab!
Could someone please answer what is the wall covering
I desperately want that copper wall. Anyone know how this was done, what was used, the colors? Anything?
used oxidized copper films to achieve the appearance of the wall behind the sofa
Copper film on wall. Colors
on full display in this living room. The glass stairs add an unexpected lightness, and he used oxidized copper films to achieve the appearance of the wall behind the sofa.
“metal wall” — buddylee79
studio recreation inc
3 Reviews
The Glass Farmhouse Loft
Cute chairs... I like that plant
I love the plants and wood and white walls.
Chairs and plant...Plant inside...Wall colour...house plant...potted plant...white walls...Wall Color
“Great mix of chairs!” — Compton Interiors Ltd
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Fenske Pool
a wider plant would overtake the space.
I like that plants look like high grass
through early winter. Because it reaches 4 feet tall but only 2 feet wide, it can be an effective choice against the house or near pathways where a wider plant would overtake the space. Feather reed grass needs pruning only once a year in late winter or early spring before it begins to regrow. Cut it back to
“Grass and natural scape” — shanjonoryan
Hanson General Contracting, Inc.
8 Reviews
H. City Residence with Gardens
dining under pergola with old brick and slate, vegetation and potted plants
paved brick courtyard with plantings and climbing vines
courtyard space, defined areas with plants
Potted and trellis plants
Natural, brick walls, green
Without the plant rubbish
Like the creeping plants
Wall of window wdoor
Glass wall...wall garden is nice...Pergola plants...walled garden
“Awesome” — netcow
jamesthomas, LLC
12 Reviews
jamesthomas, LLC
very small patio area near beach in San Clemente, Ca. they would be up against a backdrop of creeping fig wall so want something with textural bark and larger leaves, if such a dwarf tree exists. thank you
Showing you this one to suggest we look at lighting too. Like the up lighting in the plants.
Sticks instead of plants
Plants against the wall
Covered dining area Plants
Lighting on plants...container plants...potted plants
“city view, patio furniture arrangement” — K.
Groundswell Design Group, LLC
Philadelphia Penthouse Apartment
Are those regular nails attaching tin to the wall?
Hello and thanks for your interest! The orange and silver corrugated wall is actually a reclaimed tin roof from a chicken coop. It was acquired from Provenance, a dealer the specializes in architectural salvage. Their website
Love the use of the metal wall, could we use on the fireplace wall?
Young corn dracaena plants have a single unbranched stem with a rosette of leaves. Once the growing tip flowers or is cut or damaged, it branches, producing two or more new stems
With its clean, contemporary lines and foggy color palette, this residence could easily have felt cold. But the patchwork of corrugated metal on the wall (salvaged roofing from an old chicken coop) adds an undercurrent of character that ties the whole thing together. Who knew rusty metal could be so warming
“Love the metal roofing on the wall...” — irsquad5
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