15 bird's nest fern Rustic Home Design Photos

John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Lum
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Shabby Nest never gets it right. Maybe just let the designer answer.
Fern wood green Benjamin Moore paint color for laundry room and second bath
Fern wood green
“Silla” — Adriana Florez
On Site Management, Inc.
Great Point Lodge
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birds nest
Crows nest with Balcony
crows nest idea!...crows nest
“window walls upper floor room” — Deborah Dustman
ModernBackyard
4 Reviews
Eagle Nest
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bring harmony to this collection of plantings. You can also create this effect with other plants, such as cacti, succulents, flowering annuals and ferns.More: Dare to Mix Things Up in the Landscape
Eagle Nest
“vaze za ulaz” — mmaydas
Planters
Children's Garden
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Bird Bath
“Love the feel of this whole setup. Pond and faucet.” — hayhug
Locati Architects
4 Reviews
Yellowstone Club Summit Residence
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Bird nest chandeliers-luv um
“Wood” — lucarao
Locati Architects
4 Reviews
Bridger Canyon Residence
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Love the look, but will create a problem for birds wanting to nest :(
“water spout” — LaNita Matlock
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Le Petit Chalet
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Other plantings include ferns, bayberry, sheep laurel, viburnum, blueberry and fothergilla. Many of these plants also provide food sources for the many critters that have returned to the site, including red squirrels, deer, fox, chipmunks and several bird species.
natural looking plants - viburnum, blueberry, fothergilla, sheep laurel, ferns, bayberry.
mass plantings including ferns, bayberry sheep laurel, viburnum, blueberry and fothergilla
Add tons of ferns under the pergola!
If your space is a bit short on sun, consider planting ferns en masse. Shafts of sunlight piercing the woodland canopy, highlighting the effect of wind on a sea of ferns, can produce an amazing experience
Other plantings include ferns, bayberry, sheep laurel, viburnum, blueberry and fothergilla. Many of these plants also provide food sources for the many critters that have returned to the site, including red squirrels, deer, fox, chipmunks and several bird species.
“Color” — nancyspector
Buckets of Burlap
Using Industrial Items as Unique Decor
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An old nesting box is used for displaying unique vintage finds in our dining room. A clever way to add a touch of industrial and old farmhouse style to your home.
This is originally a chicken nesting box, used in hen houses as a spot for hens to lay eggs.
Love the use of nesting boxes!
Haha! I love this repurposed nesting box!
Using old chicken nesting boxes for display case
of old chicken nesting boxes, now home to the owner’s kitchen collectibles.
Talk about creative reuse! This industrial-looking shelf is actually a set of old chicken nesting boxes, now home to the owner’s kitchen collectibles.
What is it? A nesting nook for birds.What is it doing in its new life? Providing a nest for sweet vintage pitchers and jars inside the house. Requirements: Lots of elbow grease to make sure it's clean and sanitary; someone who knows how
“Like” — smck7
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