7,160 florida Traditional Home Design Photos

Michaelson Homes LLC
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New Traditional
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collection by Florida Tile, FTI255556x24, in color: Olive
Hi- it is a wood look porcelain. It is the Berkshire plank collection by Florida Tile, FTI255556x24, in color: Olive
collection by Florida Tile, FTI255556x24, in color: Olive
Florida Berkshire Tiles available at Sudbury Granite & Marble
Florida tile looks like wood Berkshire collection (color throughout)
“just wow OMG” — constantine47
DC Metro's Custom Cabinetry Design & Kitchen Remodeling
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The New York Botanical Garden
Coleus Solenostemon 'Florida Gold'
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such as Florida Sun, Solar and Sunlover. Or maybe you can't resist plants imaginatively named 'Pistachio Nightmare', 'Black Dragon' or 'Dipt in Wine'. The stunning variety shown here, with the pointillistic look, is 'Florida Gold'. Common name: Coleus Botanical name: Solenostemon scutellarioides USDA
such as Florida Sun, Solar and Sunlover. Or maybe you can't resist plants imaginatively named 'Pistachio Nightmare', 'Black Dragon' or 'Dipt in Wine'. The stunning variety shown here, with the pointillistic look, is 'Florida Gold'.Common name: Coleus Botanical name: Solenostemon scutellarioides USDA zones:
“Copper-colored coleus.” — Estudio Castaño
Ginkgo Leaf Studio
18 Reviews
Country Casual
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southern Florida). For something really unusual, check out C. tinctoria ‘Tiger Stripes’. Common names: Coreopsis, tickweed, calliopsis Botanical name: Coreopsis USDA zones: All, depending on species Water requirement: Little to moderate Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 1 foot to 2½ feet
southern Florida). For something really unusual, check out C. tinctoria ‘Tiger Stripes’. Common names: Coreopsis, tickweed, calliopsis Botanical name: Coreopsis USDA zones: All, depending on species Water requirement: Little to moderate Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 1 foot to 2½ feet Growing
southern Florida). For something really unusual, check out C. tinctoria ‘Tiger Stripes’. Common names: Coreopsis, tickweed, calliopsisBotanical name: CoreopsisUSDA zones: All, depending on speciesWater requirement: Little to moderateLight requirement: Full sunMature size: 1 foot to 2½ feetGrowing tips:
“Versatile Coreopsis From spring to fall, coreopsis, also called tickweed, is an easy-care plant who” — lberry4
Harwick Homes
8 Reviews
Naples, Florida, Private Residence
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ples, Florida, Private Residence
Southwest Florida
“Gallery” — Serge Khalaf
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
5 Reviews
Woodside Guest House
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Our climate in South Florida is mostly wet. What type wood did you use? What would you suggest for our climate? Beautiful work
South Florida. Lots of rain and humidity!! What would you suggest as far as the type of wood or sealer to protect it? Did you use a particular type of wood? Thanks
“pergola above french doors” — cheekiebrennie
Elliott Brundage Landscape Design
8 Reviews
Pool and spa
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garden. In Florida, they may need shade, if they are plants that can grow in your climate.
For our Florida home, little island that used to have a tree . . . purple flowers would be great if they can tolerate sun?
grow in Florida?
“Purple plants” — kgrosze
Anna Addison Photography
Peggy
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of West Florida’s flag by the front door — a deep blue field with a solitary white star (the original lone star flag).
“Charleston?” — bradyhartzog
Eva Quateman Interiors
9 Reviews
Coral Gables, Florida Home
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Gables, Florida Home
Florida home
“Balcón arriba” — margaritani
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