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Gregory Lombardi Design
1 Review
Transitions: Pathways, Landings & Steps
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Gregory Lombardi DesignSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Add artwork. Another way to add multilevel interest is to employ appropriate artwork. This stone medallion is a centerpiece that looks great from any angle. If you are considering sculpture, make
Add artwork. Another way to add multilevel interest is to employ appropriate artwork. This stone medallion is a centerpiece that looks great from any angle. If you are considering sculpture, make
“Mosaic” — Jenna Barnes
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Small City Garden
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Plants and artwork should coexist compatibly, communicating the designer's intent. This alluring trio of gazing balls is thoughtfully placed, creating a noteworthy moment
gravel flooring — there's an eye-catching counterpoint between shiny and dull.Some gardeners are known to joke that while plants may be fleeting, artwork has permanence. That's a reassuring notion to keep in mind when choosing artful objects for your landscape.
“Balls” — madmazza2k
Allan Malouf Studio
French Chateaux
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Statues. Statues go under the heading of artwork as well, of course, but they have a stronger presence than many other art pieces do. Statues lend an air of timelessness and grace to a garden, whether they're custom made or prefabricated and readily available. Statues should
Statues. Statues go under the heading of artwork as well, of course, but they have a stronger presence than many other art pieces do. Statues lend an air of timelessness and grace to a garden, whether
5. Statues. Statues go under the heading of artwork as well, of course, but they have a stronger presence than many other art pieces do. Statues lend an air of timelessness and grace to a garden, whether they're custom made or prefabricated and readily available. Statues should be kept to a minimum in
“statue” — slystone
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
coastal mediter-asian
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indoors. Try a freestanding or built-in water wall, a trough that recirculates water or an indoor-outdoor rain shower. Or get creative and choose artwork that depicts streaming water or waves — it's the next best thing to the actual wet stuff.
indoors. Try a freestanding or built-in water wall, a trough that recirculates water or an indoor-outdoor rain shower. Or get creative and choose artwork that depicts streaming water or waves — it's the next best thing to the actual wet stuff
indoors. Try a freestanding or built-in water wall, a trough that recirculates water or an indoor-outdoor rain shower. Or get creative and choose artwork that depicts streaming water or waves — it's the next best thing to the actual wet stuff.
“fountain” — lucygrasshopper
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Palo Alto
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design? Perhaps you are inspired by the blooms of a classic peony or a more graphic red-hot poker. How could you reflect their brilliance in your artwork or outdoor room design? More: Windows in the Garden12 Inspiring Garden GatesGreat Plants and Landscaping Ideas
“Lounge chairs” — ashmoore1125
Johnson Berman
Mid-Century Modern Home
Ideabooks3,683
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Planting needn't always be the first option in creating a garden from any available space. In this alleyway, which is almost enclosed by a roof overhang, artworks are the main point of interest.
Planting needn't always be the first option in creating a garden from any available space. In this alleyway, which is almost enclosed by a roof overhang, artworks are the main point of interest.
“big stone pavers” — buakastner
C.O.S Design
5 Reviews
Creative Outdoor Solutions
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Where is the metal artwork from?
influences your view of the world. It’s what you see first thing in the morning and last thing at night. Here, thriving plants, stones and a unique artwork surround a soothing water feature to create a true place of serenity.
“Entrance idea” — nidhi77
Johnsen Landscapes & Pools
3 Reviews
Johnsen Landscapes & Pools
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I'm a sucker for a well-placed piece of artwork or sculpture in a garden setting. This classical bowl on a substantial pedestal has the correct proportion within the space. It rests informally on the green carpet of turf and relates nicely (at about half the height) to the border of ornamental grasses
“Contrast of grass plumes and florals. Great border look!” — debvg7
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