608 lighting indoor plants Midcentury Home Design Photos

Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks5,509
Questions6
what are the name of these plants?
Hi angryredhead thanks so much for giving the names of the plants.....i really appreciate it.
From what I can see, they look to be Euphorbia rigida (Gopher Plant), Senecio vitalis (Blue Chalk Fingers), Anigozanthos flavidus (Kangaroo Paw), Agave attenuata (Fox Tail Agave), and some sort of ornamental
ornamental grass. The blooming Euphorbia rigida (Gopher Plant) is what makes the biggest statement.
Love these plants. Must have them at Parklane.
Euphorbia rigida (Gopher Plant), Senecio vitalis (Blue Chalk Fingers), Anigozanthos flavidus
rigida (Gopher Plant) is what makes the biggest statement.”
euphorbia - drought resistant native plants
Monochromatic color includes all tones of one color, from dark to light.Related: Focus Your Garden Palette
“Great front yard plantings” — chelseahadley
At Home Modern
AHM Headquarters (my home) Fall 2012
Ideabooks704
Questions0
like this plant on the white pot ... nice in entrance doorway of shama
Madagascar dragon trees look best potted as a clump of three plants of different heights.
produce a small new plant from your cutting
Madagascar dragon trees look best potted as a clump of three plants of different heights. Here a small pot was filled with what appears to be seven stalks, with fantastic results, so don't be afraid to go overboard. When your dragon tree has reached a height that you don't want to exceed, repot every
also control the height by simply cutting off the top. Two new stems will grow from the cut area within a few weeks, and you can produce a small new plant from your cutting.
“Art” — graove
Native Son Design Studio
Midcentury Riviera
Ideabooks3,135
Questions2
I have been looking for lights like this forever but I cannot find anywhere to purchase them. Do you know of any good places or websites?
Have multiple light sources. Just like indoors, lighting can make or break an outdoor room. For the most flattering glow
landscape lights in the bushes around the edge of the patio.
6. Have multiple light sources. Just like indoors, lighting
I like the light and feeling of this patio - warm and friendly. I wonder if lights like this would work in our courtyard area.
I like the way the indoor kitchen opens to the outdoor kitchen/space
least three light sources. For instance, hang string lights overhead, light up the fire pit and place a few small landscape lights in the bushes around the edge of the patio.
“Outdoor lights” — jtgavula
Alison Damonte Design
Palo Alto Eichler
Ideabooks1,673
Questions3
is a great way to light up a small or dark entryway. Try yellow, lime green or aqua.
1. Add a quirky planter. Done with that umbrella stand? Tuck a plant pot in there for an instant transformation. Or take a funky vintage find, like an elephant-shaped stool, and use it as a plant stand beside the
great way to light up a small or dark entryway. Try yellow, lime green or aqua.
1. Add a quirky planter. Done with that umbrella stand? Tuck a plant pot in there for an instant transformation. Or take a funky vintage find, like an elephant-shaped stool, and use it as a plant stand beside
mood-boosting hue is a great way to light up a small or dark entryway. Try yellow, lime green or aqua.
1. Add a quirky planter. Done with that umbrella stand? Tuck a plant pot in there for an instant transformation. Or take a funky vintage find, like an elephant-shaped stool, and use it as a plant stand beside the front
“owl” — nikki60
yamamar design
Berkeley Hills House
Ideabooks1,768
Questions1
Wood transition from indoor to outdoor
The Berkeley Hills Residence uses two, parallel NanaWall folding glass walls, which not only expands the home but also bring in natural lighting. Would you consider
retractable doors for indoor outdoor living
Love the indoor outdoor space. Opens up on both sides
“In California you really want to have indoor-outdoor living if you can,” says Yama. Clunky sliders and a level change between the courtyard and the entry didn’t encourage that, so Yama worked with contractor U Unlimited to match the floor levels inside and out to encourage better flow, and to replace
“nice” — Vani Kurup
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks10,456
Questions3
what is the name of the yellow plant at the top of the photo?
Greys and light colors agaves and grasses
Yellow plant at top left - Euphorbia chiracias - a Mediterranean perennial Plant at bottom left hand side of photo - Carex testacea
tolerant plants that can add subtle, but pleasing color tones.
for pathway plantings. Fortunately some specimens can withstand the sizzling heat radiating from a sidewalk even in arid regions.
Neutrals, including gray, brown and green, provide a perfect backdrop for other colors. This is especially useful in garden design, where bold-colored plantings can take
“Nice steps & concrete walkway.” — avalon13
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Portland Mid-Century Modern
Ideabooks4,913
Questions4
awesome nature, brown and green...brick, wood and floor lighting, rocking chaise lounge, arm chairs nice style
the foot light and seating arrangement
incorporating plants
I want an indoor tree.
Tree and plant holders
Contemporary Bare Bulb Pendant Light
light filled
“Wall decor asain” — rkouider
The Works
9 Reviews
Portland Modern Mix
Ideabooks2,921
Questions5
That is a branch in a vase not an actual tree. Probably not a tree that would normally live indoors.
The lighting looks artificial...but the table is definitely outstanding.
Clean lines. Neutral palette with and indoor/outdoor feel. Calming effect!
Very clean design with a hint of nature indoors
love the whole room; lights in a group of
De la fraîcheur Oui aux fleurs, mais aux fleurs fraîches. Séparez-vous des vieux bouquets fanés ou séchés, évocateurs de mort. Gare aux plantes dont les feuilles sont rigides et pointues, aux arbustes à pics qui, comme le cactus, ne diffusent pas de bonnes énergies.
“chair on left” — mikyungl
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