2,265 weeping tree Rustic Home Design Photos

Murphy & Co. Design
5 Reviews
The Gatehouse
house where an old French Orangerie window with climbing roses rests. A weeping spruce anchors the corner of the yard. Photos by Susan Gilmore
like the real thing. That tree is called a weeping spruce.
old French orangerie window. A weeping spruce adds its unique profile to the site.
PlantsWeeping and contorted trees, as well as appropriately pruned
Northwest. These ancient trees have been blown, twisted and shaped by the wind over centuries. The implied movement captured in these trees records both history
zones 2 to 8).Specimen trees chosen for this purpose must be handpicked, not ordered from Internet sources, because each tree has its unique shape. Taking
visiting specialty nurseries, you can re-create this look in your garden. Trees to consider include Japanese white and black pines (Pinus parviflora and
“stone exterior” — toddkoppes
16 Reviews
Waterfalls & Grottos Give This Oklahoma Pool Multiple Entertainment Areas - Fami
Weeping trees & diadoras
weeping tree
“Waterfall” — sania22
Brilliant! Lighting & Design
2 Reviews
Great Pond
Love the trees! Were they installed while green or were they dried?
our new house. I like the idea of using tree trunks, and wonder if we can use them green, or if we need to have them kiln dried for best results. We live
The trees were harvested on-site as the building project began. They were limbed slightly
drying continued and some checking appeared. During final finishes, the trees were sanded and sealed with a penetrating oil.
use cedar trees for post in family room space and maybe in loft area
The use of natural trees in the décor of the home
These tree-trunk posts are two of a set of six that support an office loft above a dining room. Harvested onsite, the oak tree trunks were stripped, polished
kinda like the crooked tree look...Tree trunk posts for a cabin feel
“Tree posts?” — smithoviedohomestead
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Arkin Tilt Architects
1 Review
Santa Cruz Straw Bale House
2-story dining space is accentuated with the natural branching of a madrone tree. © ...
Was the slab poured around it? How was the tree modified to be suitable for the indoors?
slab was poured. The madrone tree column was secured at the top and bottom for installation. Because it was a madrone the tree trunk was left "as-is."
the tree would be required, a madrone tree fell at the property of some friends of our client. With some help from the builders, the fallen tree was minimally
as the real thing, this does not mean a tree can't be brought indoors to improve an environment. This madrone tree does not appear to serving its original
Eco-friendly additionThis tree’s curves add organic style to a welcoming strawbale home. Arkin Tilt Architects
there a tree in dinning room fantastic
“tree Pilar and floors” — haidamay
RMT Architects
8 Reviews
Hat Trick
Tree trunk, base of stair pillar, support beam pillar??
and there is a surprise in store beyond the threshold. The trees come indoors. The cedar tree trunks are the organic underpinning of the design, but the
Love the tree trunks in natural form...Cedar trees inside; steps and stone...Hallway with old trees as posts
“7” — erick2014
Summerour Architects
2 Reviews
'weeping' evergreen. . . want one.
weeping cedar...weeping evergreen...River Birch and weeping evergreen
“this is actually pea gravel imbedded in several layers of tar.” — efkalt
Alex Amend Photography
1 Review
Beautiful TreeHouse! One question - Is it
but do not want to dig into the tree...how did you secure your ladder?
Can you give me the dimensions of this tree house?
where is this amassing tree house exactly? is it for rent? (my girls went crazy)...)
Great tree house it's part of nature for sarina
platform as the base for the tree house without bolting or nailing anything to the tree itself; nails might have countered the tree's natural movements with
Treehouse Masters on Animal Planet, tree houses are hot right now. And with very good reason. If you have an appropriate tree, you can gain spectacular space
This tree house is so well designed it looks like it was lifted from a little country lane to land in the tree The Wizard of Oz-style
exactly is house secured to tree?
“Maybe a swing” — aresquare
Aitken and Associates
12 Reviews
Wisteria on Atherton fort
How long do you think the tree trunk will last before it succumbs to rot? I have a huge tree tree that is coming down
Wisteria attached to a Tree house, upon a dead Oak tree stump
right place. No harm done by this Wisteria, being planted around an old Oak tree stump.
Love the tree house/gazebo with the flowers, perfect
Giant tree stump used as floor for tree house, wisteria planted beside it
to create a tree using a scaffold and a vine
In Atherton, CA, wisteria fringes a backyard fort atop on old tree stump.
stump, the views from all sides are framed perfectly. The plantings give the tree house a veil of protection, while the open windows offer vistas. How will
inspired to break out the hammer and nails and build yourself your very own tree house complete with wisteria vines, a tiny door and a zip line — or maybe
Great idea for a dead tree
“Doghouse/garden” — Stephanie McCrite
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