556 decorating with picture frames Landscape Design Photos

Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks2,394
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Steel Framed Windows - The thinness of these steel frames allows them to become mere two-dimensional grids, almost painterly in effect. The view out becomes flattened, not unlike some modern
Frame the view and create a stage on patio
the textures framed by the cross hatched window
steel frames allows them to become mere two-dimensional grids, almost painterly in effect. The view out becomes flattened, not unlike some modern paintings, such as those of Mondrian.
it is framed by an open shutter or a divided windowpane?Emphasize the importance of these perspectives by displaying furniture, plants or ornamentation to create a well-defined scene. While it may be minor in the grand scheme of your landscape, that little stage outside your window is a valuable piece
“Like the windows” — luginbuhld
ROOMS & BLOOMS
4 Reviews
Windy Brae
Ideabooks84,576
Questions11
with this picture! This is gorgeous! Better yet, sell pictures of this!
in the picture will add interest and draw the eye to that feature or entice the viewer to explore another part of the garden. When decorating your outdoor space many of the same rules apply as with inside the home. Just think of your garden as a room without a ceiling. Cheers, Rick
another picture on houzz about using a product called LifeTime to achieve this look within a short time, a couple days. I believe the website is Valhalco.com. The product looks awesome, and its non-toxic!
Framed by an arbor and fence, I almost missed the fact that this gate is actually an old door! The bricks beneath are a delightful touch, and it's quite possible that they came from the same resource as the door. Tip: Check your local ReStore for interesting salvageable materials that can be used in
“garden gate” — Sarah Grubbs
Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
Blue Door to Orchard Area
Ideabooks8,818
Questions4
glass) The picture is for an over sized 3'6" door which could use a 3'0" metal door as the core and a 6" wide board on the lock side. Note: most metal door blacks can be at a door shop that sell them, a sheet-metal shop, or self cut with a metal cutting blade added to a stand field saw.
Decorate the garden with old doors>
glass) The picture is for an over sized 3'6" door which could use a 3'0" metal door as the core and a 6" wide board on the lock side. Note: most metal door blacks can be at a door shop that sell them, a sheet-metal shop, or self cut with a metal cutting blade added to a stand field saw.
removed can decorate the space between posts
Without a frame, a door can be stationary. Large, heavy doors like this are better used in this way.
“Cute idea recycle exterior door and hedge?” — mickilyn
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
15 Reviews
Art Walk
Ideabooks7,439
Questions5
The frame hanging in the wall
Framed rough attachments to improve the look of the old back rad fence, also this type of plants for cleaner looking backyard.
panel was framed with ipe wood, LED lights were attached to the back side, and the finished piece was mounted directly on the stucco wall. Stunning by day, this unique wall art is drop-dead gorgeous when the sun goes down and a soft wash of light shines through its patterned openings.
“Wall art.” — hezelo
Becky Harris
Provincetown Cottage
Ideabooks7,994
Questions1
WHITE WINDOW FRAME ON WHITE SIDING
are the decorative highlight of simple Cape Cod cottages. This white-painted pilaster and lintel combination is most common. How to make it your own: Painting heavy trim surrounding entries white is one way to get a similar effect without calling in a carpenter. Another simple way to highlight the entry
are the decorative highlight of simple Cape Cod cottages. This white-painted pilaster and lintel combination is most common.How to make it your own: Painting heavy trim surrounding entries white is one way to get a similar effect without calling in a carpenter. Another simple way to highlight the entry
ideabooks and pictures here on Houzz under the Outdoor Living category. As you create your own ideabooks, your tastes and style will emerge.
“new home” — lahodges10
Richard Kramer
Stanford Garden
Ideabooks30,259
Questions6
How to decorate the top of entertainment center
Hoe do I decorate top of entertainment
in this picture, azaleas, camellias, rhodies, podocarpus ferns etc.
I can picture something like this under the Stone Pine
of FaithDecorate With Intention: Create a Vision for Your Home
swing frame
“How elegant it is.” — septcreger
Goessling Design
Modern Cottage Residence
Ideabooks3,752
Questions2
window frame? and how is it affixed to the ground? It's lovely!
What type of plant is creeping on the frame? Very nice!!
Like this framed look ...maybe with old windows
the window idea--a frame for the rock garden/fountain?
Frame could be done in wrought iron
maybe a framed focal point against the laurels
An old weathered window frame with bamboo for the glass, would be another way to handle screening.
Climbers twining through a wooden window frame
With climbers twining through, this wooden frame serves the same purpose as stonework. Though simple in design, it has the Gothic attributes of height and space while also providing a framework for climbing plants. If you consider yourself
wooden frame serves the same purpose as stonework. Though simple in design, it has the Gothic attributes of height and space while also providing a framework for climbing plants. If you consider yourself handy, it would be quite easy to construct this frame with a hardwood that would weather to a nice
“Frame” — cmoreland
SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
3 Reviews
Elegance in Design
Ideabooks47,799
Questions10
You must have built a beautiful entry for this garden. Any way we could see more pictures?
see a picture you like and would like more information, you can click on the "more info" link (in green) at the bottom of the picture.
put the decorative gravel on top. There is probably 6-8" of base before it gets to the soil, and we have landscape fabric separating the gravel and soil.
“Replicate” — Pascale Primeau
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