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Todd Haiman Landscape Design
like the grassy feel with an almost formal path
I like the wild grasses mowed into a path. It's the balance of wild and tame, natural and formed
great example of how changing mowing patterns can create a meadow lawn. The paths are still closely cut while the squares under the trees have converted to
Keep it simple A mown path through a wooded patch and a sprinkling of cow parsley can be all you need
love the x cross paths in garden...long grasses with short grass path
Sheila Rich Interiors, LLC
Locust- Basement Retreat
Floral supply shops will have the large branches.
large pots with branches- would be nice for madronas branches
pots with branchs. put lights in pot to shine up on branches
I like the pots with branches...Vases with the branches...branches in pots...tree branches
Revival Arts | Architectural Photography
Gate path or front path idea?
Front path...concrete and rock path...front entry path hardscape...Stoney path...concrete tile path...entry path
Southern Botanical, Inc.
Traditional with a Twist
Path between houses with mondo grass and loripe
Idea for courtyard/side path...side path around a house...Path, grasses...green backyard path...narrow path...side path...garden path
White Damask Kohler Tailored Vanity with chrome Kelston faucet. Nothing adds elegance to a bathroom like a...
Blending styles to create one cohesive look can be easier said than done. Combining rustic and modern décor gives this...
Simpson Design Group Architects
Single path cement pavers and grass
PATH AND FIRE PIT...Path to front door...Path for side of house.
Park Avenue Apartment
Choose long-lasting, sculptural branches. Invest in one nice big (and I mean really big!) vessel for holding branches, and use it to hold a natural display
display that changes with the season. Plunk in some bare branches in winter and decorate with natural ornaments, then swap them out for apple or quince blossoms
blossoms in the spring, and lush foliage in summer and fall. Cut branches can last a month or more, so even if you don’t have a tree of your own to snip
S. B. Long Interiors
Greenwich, CT, Home I
Blue chair looks interesting, also like the green branch in a vase. Rug doesn't do it for me either.
I like the tree branches....Vase with branches...Branches in vase...branched floor lamp...tree branches