7 large container planting ideas Midcentury Entry Design Photos

Tom Hurt Architecture
Taylor Slough Creek House_Entry
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Abandoned because of little plants popping up and a "dirty roof"??
Seriously, I'm getting sick of the "clean" approach to landscape design as dictated by architects. Those little plants popping up add charm and a lived in look. Why does everything have to
The landscape designer planted all the plants you see here. Some of them are just small. I think he intentionally wanted it to be informal. Yes the roof has the pollen from the oak trees -- a yearly phenomenon in Austin. Thanks for your comment. --Tom Hurt
wide covered eves and door in corner with large wood deck that creates a porch with the stand-alone pergola
Great idea for roofing slats for over the pool
grand additions. In my reality, I am inspired by designs that inject drama into an average ranch. The wood plank wall, the modern portico and the plantings give this home pizzazz, and I am simply smitten.
“Entry/pergola” — hcussimanio
yamamar design
Berkeley Hills House
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pebbles under plants wooden slats in front
Potted green plants on rock.
counrt yard decking ideas
love these ideas...plant grouping...Front porch plants...plant corner...container plants...potted plants
“nice” — Vani Kurup
BiLDEN
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Brooktree / Los Angeles Mid-Century Modern
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Skylight, fence, large pavers surrounded with gravel
Entry idea with river stones, slabs, and grassy planting along solid wall.
It's open and contained; I like the combo.
planted papyrus...Ideas for courtyard
“1” — ch9988
BiLDEN
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Brooktree / Los Angeles Mid-Century Modern
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I would love to get a door like this. Any ideas on where to find it?
large slabs and gravel spacing. minimal planting
I like the bright statement colour ....I would go with a green large leaf plant. also the netural rocks add nice texture without adding too much
be more reactive to fashion and consider changing our gardens in line with design trends. Let’s ponder swapping all those acid-yellow and lime-green plants of the past few years for ones with the glowing warmth of orange.Tell us: Will you be letting orange out of your living room and into the garden?
“Front door” — vaccornero
Transom Design Build
Idaho Residence
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Container gardens are great
Dark plant...Wood and plants
“long, slender offset window” — Pacesetter Homes LLC
Kropat Interior Design
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Colorful Mid Century Modern Residence
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nice idea,i think i might have to break my door and make it exactly like this one.
Plants and door color & style
door, it can set the tone for the entire house. 15. Match plantings to your house style. Let the plants and pots you choose reflect the style of your house for a cohesive look. Accent a modern home with succulents and spiky-leafed plants in simple round pots, or surround your cottage with lush beds
le door, it can set the tone for the entire house.15. Match plantings to your house style. Let the plants and pots you choose reflect the style of your house for a cohesive look. Accent a modern home with succulents and spiky-leafed plants in simple round pots, or surround your cottage with lush beds
“door” — suszek
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
My Houzz: A Cliff May Home Leads the Way in Long Beach
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Love the large planters.
Plant boxes...Pot plants...Plant pots...Plant holders
“planters” — levenshus1
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