113 common landscaping flowers Kitchen Design Photos

Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
House at Ross
Ideabooks22,959
Questions16
used. It reminds me of the rules of landscaping that say using a lot of one particular flower creates a much greater impact than than you'd get if you used just a few of many different flowers. It really is fascinating how much landscaping and decorating have in common.
“Island” — Sheila Merritt
Ellen Grasso & Sons, LLC
20 Reviews
UP05
Ideabooks86,919
Questions84
This is common quartered 5" red oak finished with duraseal stain - a mix of ebony, coffee, and antique. It's topped with 3 coats of polyurethane.
It's common/quartered 5"red oak finished with a mix of duraseal ebony, antique brown, and coffee brown, topped with 2 coats do polyurethane.
No brand. It is unfinished red oak 5" planks of common/quartered stained with a custom blend of DURASEAL and finished with two coats of polyurethane.
H flowers in sq flower holder
“Cocins” — luciacorcos
Michelle Walker architects
6 Reviews
Paddington Butterfly House
Ideabooks3,067
Questions2
architects used the courtyard as a way to deliver light to the interior spaces. While they gave up some interior space, they found a clever solution to a common problem. The sliver windows also control the views to the neighboring house, only permitting views to the outside wall and display area. Effect: Enhance
architects used the courtyard as a way to deliver light to the interior spaces. While they gave up some interior space, they found a clever solution to a common problem. The sliver windows also control the views to the neighboring house, only permitting views to the outside wall and display area.Effect: Enhance
A new galley-style kitchen next to the courtyard feels sleek and modern with white Caesarstone counters and replica Verner Panton Flower Pot pendants. Countertop: Caesarstone, Snow; oven, range/hood: ILVE; sink: Franke; dishwasher: Miele
“kitchen window” — drueout
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Sally Caroline
Sinclair Residence
Ideabooks223
Questions1
another part of the landscape.The final key to a subtle flower arrangement is the actual arrangement. You need to be balanced here. Ideally, you should add enough stalks to ensure your vase has an even head of flowers across the top, but not so many that the vase starts to look stuffed.FLOWERS TO TRY: Baby’s
Baby’s breath, native to Australia, is the perfect flower for a subtle floral arrangement.
“Louver” — eileen126
Pinto Designs and Associates
Sophisticated Key West Style
Ideabooks9,837
Questions8
Interior Design: Pinto Designs Architect: Robert Wade Landscape Architect: Raymond Jungles Photography: Kim Sargent
to look like traditional beadboard paneling. Beadboard was used in the past as a decorative wall treatment before plaster, drywall and paint became common. While all-white beadboard cabinetry can give your kitchen a bright and clean feel, all the little cracks and crevasses on this door style can be
to look like traditional beadboard paneling. Beadboard was used in the past as a decorative wall treatment before plaster, drywall and paint became common. While all-white beadboard cabinetry can give your kitchen a bright and clean feel, all the little cracks and crevasses on this door style can be a
“fernand” — Linda Santerre
Colleen Brett
Beach cottage
Ideabooks7,682
Questions15
my kitchen -it's a rectangular kitchen and one side of the wall is a common wall for kitchen n living room. Does that mean I will have to color my living room the same color or I can have a different color for the living room n common wall... Please help
love the basket and flowers - add to my kitchen
“Beautiful wood countertop” — Rebecca Mitchell
Chelsea Atelier Architect, PC
Chelsea Loft
Ideabooks46,448
Questions25
This is common in some settings, especially with a high BTU range like that. It May be a 40" Hood, can't be sure though.
horizontal line about 24" off the countertop. With the slight green tint below, I'd guess they used a sheet of glass as a backsplash, which is fairly common when one doesn't want 'busy' tile in a clean lines kitchen.
“Modern” — Jessie Annett
Philip Ivory Architects
4 Reviews
Tunbridge Residence
Ideabooks1,898
Questions7
different distances as well. I have successfully set a fixture as low as 24 inches but generally I find 30-36 inches above the island top to be more common. But nothing beats playing with the fixture length in the actual conditions.
Beautiful flowers...The flowers
“Lights” — heerys
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