8,058 vertical planting Mediterranean Home Design Photos

Jenkins Custom Homes
3 Reviews
Tuscan Custom Home on Golf Course
Ideabooks103
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potted plants
“Texture” — Ralph Rogers
Mediterranean Entry
Ideabooks92
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mixed plants
“good posts. more intricate gate design” — jmf1142
Laura Frost Design
9 Reviews
Laura Frost
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I like they way the wall looks and the plantings on the terraces.
rock wall and plants
“stacks” — Wei Xiao
Sitescapes Landscape Architecture & Planning
Santa Barbara at Rancho Cucamonga
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an outdoor kitchen, making it ideal for al fresco dining. An enclosed working garden is also integrated into the park. Large heritage trees are planted throughout to provide the established estate look that is so typical of Montecito. Santa Barbara’s building layout was established to create separate
intimate courtyards as offshoots from the main State Street spine. These courtyards were all designed to be unique oases with dramatically different planting concepts to create equally diverse moods and appeal such as: sage garden, azalea garden, palm garden, succulent garden, fern garden, touch garden
“furniture - orange cushions” — Studio H Landscape Architecture
Becky Harris
Collioure France Trip
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Stairways and potted plant
Small space-big plants
“Stairways and potted plant” — subhashsinha
James Glover Residential & Interior Design
16 Reviews
Colombatto Oceano
Ideabooks251
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Plant combination
Plant holder
“Santa Barb dtl 3” — Home Design & Drafting Group
Thomas Marzotto Architect
Markham Residence
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planned. Extensive stone detailing was incorporated. A very tranquil setting was created for large family gatherings and entertaining. Mature trees were planted on the periphery of the property for additional privacy and enhance the park like setting. Marzotto Architect provided architectural, interior design
“Plants” — Machella Fisher
Fine Decks Inc
20 Reviews
Annapolis Eastport
Ideabooks141
Questions1
Lanterns and large potted plants by slider
good use of lanterns to see steps; and potted plants
“too dark?” — jenmaclennan
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