487 wood sunburst mirror Outdoor Design Photos

EPT DESIGN
Pasadena
Ideabooks5,400
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is surrounded by drought-tolerant succulents. In the foreground is ornamental Aeonium ‘Sunburst,” whose variegated yellow and green rosette-like foliage looks just like flowers.
foreground is ornamental Aeonium ‘Sunburst,” whose variegated yellow and green rosette-like foliage looks just like flowers.
In the foreground is ornamental Aeonium ‘Sunburst,” whose variegated yellow and green rosette-like foliage
y and subtle differences led to a division.Shown: A. ‘Sunburst’
This hillside perch in Pasadena, California, complete with swoopy modern hammock, is surrounded by drought-tolerant succulents. In the foreground is ornamental Aeonium ‘Sunburst,” whose variegated yellow and green rosette-like foliage
“Water tolerant, I like it.” — Trixi Snyder Kutzmarski
Soorikian Architecture
6 Reviews
Druid Hills Sunroom
Ideabooks2,589
Questions10
Mirror and colors. Great idea to have mini air conditioner.
color for wood paneling in sunroom?
The bottom wood panel on the door is a possibility.
Doors that are wood on one side and white on the other.
A vintage gold sunburst with convex mirror adds just the right amount of personality to this living space. Tip: Keep it simple when designing with the sunburst. You don't need other pieces muddying up the look.
“Door” — Kelly Nottingham-Smith
Kathryn Long, ASID
9 Reviews
Peaceful Place
Ideabooks3,187
Questions2
Where did you get those mirrors?
I was thinking of getting one large mirror for our informal dining room but i love this idea! Where did you get those mirrors?
I found someone who made the mirrors for me!
Different shaped barn wood mirrors to accent wall
like the mirrors on the walls…all different
love this furniture & love the mirrors framed in barn wood.
I like the use of mirror and sconces.
Don't feel hemmed in by a preconceived notion of porch furniture. Mirrors, sconces and a console bring indoor style to this indoor/outdoor space.
“mirrors” — tara_weise
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Garden
Ideabooks8,838
Questions4
Is that a mirror behind the table? Or is it an opening in the fence?
Garden mirror propped looks like our garden
Mirror behind some plants in courtyard
idea of a mirror reflecting the garden
Love the mirror in the garden!
Like the use of the mirror
dont want a mirror but like this little area
than it is thanks to the mirror next the the table. Unless it’s a secret portal through to another dimension, of course…
Prop it upThere is no need to hang mirrors on house walls or garden fences. You can achieve the same stylish effect by simply propping a large-scale mirror against a wall. This is
details that you'd normally find indoors to increase the sense of space. Mirrors are a great way to create an illusion that the space is larger than it actually is.
“Kitchen area of the garden - Area 2. Love the mirror in the garden, has that sort of secret feel...p” — granaryhouse
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Alford Residence
Ideabooks2,486
Questions1
Circular, sunburst pattern on a brick pattern. I did a circular flower pattern like that but added a truncating circle around the first 3 feet. Then we found free
Sunburst bricks with walkway
sunburst bricks...Brick sunburst path...wood fencing...wood siding...painted wood
“wow” — Basavaraj Hottiholi
Cool Gardens Landscaping Ltd
The Garden Gallery
Ideabooks1,163
Questions3
Hello.. I love the idea of outdoor mirrors and I have a few spare after downsizing. Please can you tell me if they need special treatment if they are to remain outside. Thank you. Laraine
question: are mirrors outside safe? doesn't the sun reflect from it and may cause a fire? or lightning
around at the time. When we approached her about the danger she just accused us of hating trees. Hope things work out for you. Meanwhile enjoy your mirrors
love the mirrors on the hedge
Use of mirrors on dark background
Wow. Mirrors. Green wall. Outdoor TV
outside mirrors - at back of our house?
Hang them on a hedgeApproach your garden as though it were a room, looking for walls on which you can hang mirrors. Here, the wall is a dense conifer hedge with an array of vintage mirrors fixed to it, for a true blurring of inside and outside décor.
“Groovy” — michritchie
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Small City Garden
Ideabooks7,440
Questions6
Mirrors in garden add some magic
around the home: Make a Mark with Medallions The Sunburst Motif Rooms for Squares
Add mirrored balls next to a pathway or nestled in your landscaping to spread light around. These balls also accomplish the same space-enlarging effects as a standard mirror, but with more of a playful twist.
Seek out reflective surfacesYou don’t need to hang a mirror to bring some of its reflected glory to your garden. Find objects made from reflective materials instead. These beautiful globes are made from shiny
“Garden path” — mclofgren
Castro Design Studio
6 Reviews
Midtown
Ideabooks17,252
Questions14
unexpected mirror. It looks like an outdoor architectural element, like a window on a Greek revival structure (oh lord, do I have the genre right? You all know I throw those terms around without a good memory of Architectural History class - sorry Richard Guy Wilson!).
The Mansard mirror adds classic
Mansard Scroll Mirror, Natural
Where is this mirror from?
restoration hardware mirror
Fireplace and mirror
wall mirror...white wood...wood ceiling...wood column...wood trim...Love the mirror...Love the mirror...Wood storage...Love the mirror!...fireplace & mirror
“fireplace -- tv where the mirror is.” — dunnbrown
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