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Palms for Indoors Palm trees are pretty common as houseplants, but not all of them really thrive indoors. Avoid palms labeled 'cat palm,' 'areca palm' or 'majesty palm.' One option
Go a step further and bring home a tree for indoors or out. Indoor trees make for dramatic decor and do a wonderful job of cleaning the air. Bamboo, philodendron and rubber plants are all great choices.
light-filled room is either a straight horizontal line or a straight vertical line. The bushy parlor palm tree breaks that up by bringing the natural world in.
Palms for Indoors Palm trees are pretty common as houseplants, but not all of them really thrive indoors. Avoid palms labeled 'cat palm
Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects LLP
Carpinteria Foothills Residence
like the idea of a continuing view along river/tree front
The garden and floors
Sutton Suzuki Architects
Tiburon Residence - with SF Bay view
Clear window down side if fence screened with trees
Rear windows to back garden
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
What to do with a tree "in the way" on the property....
This is what I want- an inner courtyard that can only be seen by us in a zen garden style
TREE FOR US IN THE COURTYARD PARTIAL NON-CONCRETE SPACE IN THE COURTYARD
Love this floor to ceiling glass walls that look out onto the central courtyard which features a beautiful old river birch tree.
Standley describes the house as “a museum-like series of volumes.” A central courtyard with a 40-year-old river birch tree ties those volumes together.
series of volumes.” A central courtyard with a 40-year-old river birch tree ties those volumes together.
Standley describes the house as ‘a museum-like series of areas.’ A central courtyard with a 40-year-old river birch tree ties those areas together.
existing clearing of trees. The Clients wished to have a home connected to the lake with an open / public living space and secluded sleeping quarters.The design response is a house that has three distinct parts. A tower, a boardwalk, and a pavilion. The tower is tucked in the trees emphasising its seclusion
site entry. The boardwalk runs through the house connecting the property entry to the water’s edge. The interior section of the boardwalk, called the garden room, provides a four season semi-outdoor space comfortable in all weather conditions. The 12’ wide wood deck provides a dry walk over the sometimes
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
house––the goal is to translate the interior qualities of transparency and light into the landscape. At one end of the garden, a scattered arrangement of existing deciduous trees spill down a west-facing slope contained by an existing, rugged fieldstone wall. A fence crafted from white cedar horizontal
Great indoor / outdoor space integration. Love the use of the trees in the alcove to literally pull the outdoors into the house.