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pendant lamp shines overhead for subtle seasonal sparkle.” “secret garden...Hanging garden...Gorgeous garden...fairy garden idea...alcove garden...garden balls...indoor plants”
Vines on a ladder indoors! Potted plant/propped” “indoor orchids garden” “For the garden house” “Air plants and succulents create a simple indoor garden, while a Moravian star pendant
succulents create a simple indoor garden, while a Moravian star pendant lamp shines overhead for subtle seasonal sparkle.
2. Hang a garden insideNo garden? No problem. With terrariums, vivariums and maintenance-free succulents all the rage, you can pretty much create a garden anywhere these days – even
The beauty of a secret garden is that it can be placed in the most unexpected of places. This secret garden nook takes advantage of an old ladder and embellishes with elegant green hanging features.
Moon Bros Inc
The foliage coming up around the stairs - is it real or ornamental? how is it anchored
How beautiful is this space and garden outside! Beautiful wood on stairs!
Staircase and garden
garden view from stairs
beautiful view of the garden.
Floor for garden...Garden and stairs
Edina on Parade
fabricator of ornamental iron, located in the Minneapolis metro area.
This is a custom designed and detailed metal rail by SKD Architects, called the "Pick Up Sticks" rail. the cap is stained wood. It was built by an ornamental iron fabricator
nice look done by Designer Iron, a steel fabricator of ornamental iron, located in the Minneapolis metro area.”
M Cohen and Sons
Felber Ornamental job
Julie Ranee Photography
easy and simple. hang different things (safeable) depending on season. Ex: Shells/ornaments/
On the staircase, I added another wreath-filled flea market wood frame and a pine garland to showcase red glass ornaments and a typography sign that captures true spirit of the season.Tell us: Does your home take a cue from the outdoors? Let us know in the Comments below.
arrange it in bowls, compotes, vases and jam jars. Greenery trimmed from outdoors can be used to form simple wreaths or embellish a banister, and ornaments can adorn coat hooks, chandeliers and bare branches for a bit of sparkle. So simple, and you hardly have to spend a dime.
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
Fresh Modern Colonial
custom ornamental ironwork
Timothy De Clue Design L.L.C
Seattle Tudor Christmas by Timothy De Clue Design L.L.C.