54 plants Modern Hall Design Photos

Modern Hall
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What's the height of the plant box?
planter- hmmm If I get a front door with a window, could I put a planter on the stair rail??? How would it look with trailing plant.
Use plants to boost a space. Plants affect how a space smells and even its humidity
Build oak planter box for plant @ front entrance?
Biophilic design--Use plants to boost a space. Plants affect how a space smells and even its humidity level. Adding green, leafy houseplants has another
Use plants to boost a space. Plants affect how a space smells and even its humidity level. Adding green, leafy houseplants has another benefit: We may think more creatively
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.
“ngoài cầu thang chung (qui monte tous les étages) có thể làm étagère nơi tường để” — lvlhvb
Karin Payson architecture + design
1 Review
Central Coast House and Library
Ideabooks4,309
Questions0
Permanent flower and plant area, ceiling windo
Hallway with plant row to glass
extention on back with indoor plants
Plants along the wall
Interior planting...indoor plants...indoor plants
“Room deler” — Dursun Kinisiz
Genesis Architecture, LLC.
3 Reviews
Delafield Modern
Ideabooks2,203
Questions3
Planters and plants. Small wall decor tucked away on side
love the plants and the chaise or lounge chair - or whatever that is - nice window
like the plants vase
“Glass wall” — yermanos
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
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Design West
The Rochester- hallway
Ideabooks6,725
Questions7
where did you purchase the plants?
what is the name of the plant (or grass) that are growing in the containers?
What kind of plants are these? Thanks.
Definitely equisetum aka "horsetail rush". Best grown in medium to wet soils (even up to 4" of standing water) in full sun to part shade. Very tolerant plant which is
the wall & the box plants
Plants soften architectural elements. Natural materials provide textures that are difficult to recreate. Sometimes there is no substitute for the real thing. Here a structured planting of reeds plays an important role in softening
softness of the planting keeps the hard surfaces from overwhelming the space and making it feel cold.
Here three modern planters are filled with pencil cacti. These tall, slender plants are a modern way to add a little greenery to an interior.
“Stone, plants, ribbed wood” — dholhd
Touzet Studio
Modern Scientist Residence
Ideabooks2,940
Questions2
What kind of plant is that?
plant in cutout
“Cabinet” — Teck Lee Tan
CCS ARCHITECTURE
9 Reviews
Palo Alto Residence
Ideabooks111
Questions0
Beautiful pot plant. Well kept. Ideal position
Plants in the library. Artificial would also do. Just adds some freshness to otherwise
“Shelves” — rsalvador
Terry and Terry Architecture
1 Review
Bal House
Ideabooks725
Questions1
the plants area
“outside in ... I can see a corridor this way” — talshaharfamily
Thom Filicia Inc.
1 Review
Riverhouse
Ideabooks1,115
Questions3
Glass shelf and flowers/plants
“Table beside window for flowers” — Lee William
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