3,279 pink light fixtures Outdoor Design Photos

Shirley Bovshow
4 Reviews
Pool Makeover by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
Ideabooks20,416
Questions10
will the pink bloom make mess being next to the
Hi, i notice you planted this close to the pool and jacuzzi, will the pink bloom make mess being next to the pool?
Just such lovely colors used here? I live in SFV and would like to know where to purchase pink feathery grasses
what are the pink flowering grasses called?
Species name and zone for the pink Pampas grass? Annual? Perennial?
Don't like these furry pink grasses
Pink muhly grass - late color
I like the Pink Muhly Grass.
like the pink in this grasss
of fine foliage, and by summer's end it begins developing a mauve-pink spray of seed heads. This grass blends in beautifully with other ornamental grasses and flowering perennials. USDA zones: 5a to 10bWater requirement: AverageLight requirement: Full to partial sunMature size: 4 feet tallPlanting tips:
“Dwarf version of pink Muhly grass” — graciesue
Ann Kearsley Design
Wide granite slabs of entry pathway.
Ideabooks16,278
Questions5
Does anyone know what the pink and light pink flowers are?
it might be catmint, but you could also achieve that effect with russian sage. The light pink flowers on the edge are dianthus, and I agree with Helen that the dark pink looks like thrift. The really dark deep pink flowers a little further back are peonies
Light pink is dianthus...purple may be catmint.
Folks, the plant with the large purple spikes spilling into the path is Catmint, Nepata 'Walker's Low' the hot pink globes in the lower left corner are Armeria maritima and the lighter pink is Dianthus, though I can't remember the variety. The white and deep red in the background are peonies.
Color combo purple, hot pink and light pink
Folks, the plant with the large purple spikes spilling into the path is Catmint, Nepata 'Walker's Low' the hot pink globes in the lower left corner are Armeria maritima and the lighter pink is Dianthus, though I can't remember the variety. The white and deep red in the background are peonies. September
“Love this” — paulashelton25
Shannon Malone
Backyard
Ideabooks18,655
Questions4
Was an answer ever posted about where to buy the light fixture? LOVE
Hey guys, someone made a similar one and explained how here: http://www.houzz.com/discussions/590584/How-did-you-make-those-bottle-lights-
A fixture made from bottles, old or new, absolutely nails my thesis that lighting makes or breaks a room. It’s hard to imagine anything that would dress and serve this outdoor table better than this bottle-happy chandelier.
“Bottle lights!” — Ellie Arens
katie moss landscape design
KMLD
Ideabooks15,650
Questions3
Love the idea of climbing roses for the smells and those giant pink blossoms
pink roses around hidden bench - beautiful
With its drift of pale pink Eden climbing roses
Pale pink Eden climbing roses over an archway. Perfect seating area in a nook.
Climbing Eden roses in pale pink
With its drift of pale pink Eden climbing roses, this romantic
With its drift of pale pink Eden climbing roses, this romantic corner is simply stunning. A rustic bench provides a place to sit, although it may be hard to concentrate with the
the right plant for the right place takes some horticultural savvy, since you’ll need to match the growing needs of the vine to the garden’s soil and light. Another thing to keep in mind is that plants do not have off switches, so anticipating the mature size of a plant properly could save you hours of
“Pink Eden Rose over arch” — neilteubes
McKay Landscape Lighting
11 Reviews
Spring 2012 Installation - Contempory
Ideabooks2,422
Questions2
Love the lighting in the wall!
Who is the manufacturer of the wall lighting?
LED tape lighting compare in price to built in fixtures? Is installation a challenge? Love your look
Poured concrete retaining walls with channels of LED tape lighting. We installed the LED tape lighting with Lexan covers.
They are custom made with concrete, lexan and LED tape lighting.
modifying any light fixture, make sure the fixture doesn't overheat and cause a fire hazard.
Lighting in all for front door
What do you like about this photo? Light
The the lighting pattern in the retaining wall
do I like the lighting on wall?
Lexan over rope lights in wall
uplight and project shadow patterns on a wall? Ditto for downlights, only the pattern will dance on the floor. Caution: When modifying any light fixture, make sure the fixture doesn't overheat and cause a fire hazard.
“lighting in the cement” — Scarlett Built Homes
Suzman Design Associates
7 Reviews
Coastside Retreat
Ideabooks1,565
Questions1
What are the little pink flowers up the front please? Gorgeous garden!
Love this. Love dark tree contrast against light stones and flowers and green.
love the plantings.... silver ground cover and the pink carnations carpet
pink dianthus and ground cover
pink flower...pink flowers...Pink Sea Thrift...pink flowers
“Love” — stackhouse21
Allwood Construction Inc
10 Reviews
Peninsula New Home
Ideabooks2,840
Questions6
Who is the manufacturer of the outdoor lighting?
Globe Lighting. I'm putting the same pendants for my home. They have the entire collection of outdoor lighting with the same style.
they have a similar light at Lowe's
I love the pendant lights - who makes
Trans Globe is the manufacturer of the lights
Outdoor front lighting
Front porch lighting
These lights are gorgeous.
outdoor pendant fixtures
Porch lighting...The lights...Lights on porch...Light fixtures...Love light fixtures...outdoor lights...Porch lights...the hanging lights...Nice fixtures...Pendant Lights...Exterior lights...love the lights...Outdoor lighting...outdoor light...Pendant Fixtures...Light fixture
“Lighting” — sarapolski
The American Gardener, LLC
Residential Landscape Throughout The Growing Season
Ideabooks3,225
Questions2
are rated for full sun but, according to Sims, prefer afternoon shade. USDA zones: 5 to 9 Height: 20 feet Color: Blooms pink in early spring; turns purple in fall; deciduous Light requirement: Full sun Water requirement: Regular
Gardener, are rated for full sun but, according to Sims, prefer afternoon shade.USDA zones: 5 to 9Height: 20 feetColor: Blooms pink in early spring; turns purple in fall; deciduousLight requirement: Full sunWater requirement: Regular
“tree” — eforrest23
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