4,436 ponytail palm Traditional Home Design Photos

VanBrouck & Associates, Inc.
2 Reviews
French Country Estate
Ideabooks1,416
Questions2
Could you please tell me the name of the plant on the left side of the screen....tall, spiky, palm like.
Not certain but, I think it is a ponytail palm?
Tress palms
“Orangerie” — donbritt
Traditional Living Room
Ideabooks1,488
Questions6
a Kentia palm looks right at home in a classic home in Portland, Oregon, built at the end of the Victorian era; palms became popular in that period and were a key element of Victorian parlor style.
use of palm plants as key
Not surprisingly, a Kentia palm looks right at home in a classic home in Portland, Oregon, built at the end of the Victorian era; palms became popular in that period and were a key element of Victorian parlor style.
“Tree” — carencorrin
Traditional Patio
Ideabooks1,411
Questions3
Love the palm light. Could you please tell me the source. Thanks
Where can I get a replacement globe for the outdoor palm tree light?
The above website for the palm tree light is for a table lamp. Do you have the floor lamp website?
like the lighted palm tree.
Cool "palm tree" light!
Like the palm tree light
palm tree lamp...palm light...Moms palm light...Cute palm light...palm tree light...Palm tree for Drew...love palm lamp
“Floors” — fmm1957
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
Houston Southern Estate
Ideabooks4,584
Questions4
Those are Pindo Palms. Butia Capitata
I like the palm trees in the pots.
Love the palm planter.
Pin do palms...Pindo Palms...Potted palm...Planter, palm...potted palms...Potted palm trees...palm treed
“Med to dark blue tiled lap pool.” — Chris Warren
Period Homes, Inc.
2009 Southern Accents Showhome
Ideabooks13,729
Questions8
often brought them into their houses. Potted plants, ferns and palms added the incredible drama of the tropics to these elegant homes. Get this look: Take a trip to your local nursery or home improvement store and buy some dramatic palms or ferns for a couple of rooms in your house. Do your research
The palm and the true colonial feeling
array of tropical indoor plants on the ground in pots and planters; on tables, consoles and stands. Bring the tropics into your home with some large palms and ferns from your local nursery. Purchase a large old map or visit a map store for a sepia-toned one and stretch as artwork. Cover your walls with
to the formal splendor of a Victorian palm court, Kentia palm can help you get there.
“dark slate floor” — elizabethbt
Margeaux Interiors - Margaret Skinner
7 Reviews
Master Bedroom Addition
Ideabooks31,630
Questions28
SW 6415 Hearts Of Palm by Sherwin-Williams
you list the wall color as Hearts of Palm SW6145 but the number should be SW6415 just thought you should know
I believe the color is Sherwin Williams- Hearts of Palm SW6415.
Dried Palm 400C-3 by Behr is similar.
I believe the color is the same as the walls, Sherwin Williams Hearts of Palm. Thank you for the interest.
Sherwin Williams Heart of Palm SW6415
Sw heart of Palm wall color
Hearts of palm paint sherwin williams
SW 6415 Hearts of Palm- Walls
“bedroom color idea” — twinkle4
Lisa Smith Interiors
5 Reviews
Woodscrest Remodel
Ideabooks1,810
Questions5
Bench in ponytail for master
“Bedding” — blairebancroft
Tongue & Groove
11 Reviews
The other Lennon
Ideabooks4,541
Questions7
The planting of 4 palm trees makes your sight key in on one of the trees, or a pair of trees and takes away from pool. Using an odd number of focal trees makes your site
since faster-growing palms can grow so quickly that you might regret planting them after only several years.Compared to more formal-looking species, like Canary Island date palms (Phoenix canariensis, zones 8b to 11) and windmill palms (Trachycarpus fortunei, zones 7b to 11), sabal palms are loose and informal
How to use it. Sabal palm’s downside is that, unlike the more readily available desert fan palm (Washingtonia robusta, zones 9 to 11), it’s glacially slow at forming a trunk and often has to be purchased with a trunk already formed if you want to end up with a proper “tree” in the garden. But that’s
“Plaster” — rekhamcgee
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