9,160 vine Home Design Photos

REMARK
1 Review
Bowen Residence
Ideabooks12,611
Questions4
Privacy Fencing and trellis for vining
Wire to have vines grow on
cy wall for climbing vines/flowers.
Frame to grow vines...vine fence
“fence is cool” — cullenbarbato
Eco-Art, LLC
Planter Sculpture
Ideabooks951
Questions1
favorite ceramic pot or planter. Here the rebar was bent to resemble branches or vines.
welded molded rebar for vine shapes
the rebar was bent to resemble branches or vines.
As a pedestal for a planter. Three or four lengths of rebar can be wired or welded together to make a custom base for your favorite ceramic pot or planter. Here the rebar was bent to resemble branches or vines.
rebar was bent to resemble branches or vines.
a custom base for your favorite ceramic pot or planter. Here the rebar was bent to resemble branches or vines.
This is iron rebar, wired or welded to resemble branches or vines.
rebar can be wired or welded together to make a custom base for your favorite ceramic pot or planter. Here the rebar was bent to resemble branches or vines.
“As a pedestal for a planter. Three or four lengths of rebar can be wired or welded together to make” — 5203cartier
Bernard Company
Elm Arbor
Ideabooks2,487
Questions2
What type of vine is growing on the Pergola?
Railroad ties, vines
climbing vines...Vine thingy
“Garden” — sandravilla2107
The Collins Group/JDP Design
2 Reviews
Fireplace Pavillion with Wood Gate
Ideabooks19,288
Questions6
What type of climbing vine is that?? This looks beautiful! Thanks...
Awesome! Was the "Vine Iron" built for you custom? or can you purchase this?If so where? Brilliant! Thank you for the pictures and for your help.
The romance! The hidden places, the vines. Very comforting!
A quaint, brick pavilion with vines winding up along the roofline creates a lovely garden spot. A fireplace provides cozy warmth. Absolutely charming!
19. A quaint, brick pavilion with vines winding up along the roofline creates a lovely garden spot. A fireplace
triangular roof lines. If your home is blessed with a beautiful roof line, flaunt it! Don't just add a climbing plant haphazardly, but prune a beautiful vine to follow the line of the roof. The plants soften any harsh edges while still reinforcing the shape – a win-win.
“Venue” — taraf
JSL Exteriors Landscape Design/Build
Spiritual Gardens (not religious)
Ideabooks5,372
Questions3
Yes what are those climbing vines?
like the idea of vine covered arbor
Vine covered walkway/arch
Like the overhead vine feel
arches and vines...Vines-- Driveway
“Garden” — mjfarr
Canyon Construction
2 Reviews
Estate Revival
Ideabooks1,859
Questions1
over hang and vine growth
Carport, light, vines
Nice space...love the vines
vine arch...vines on carport...vines... brick...The climbing vines
“Entrance/ ramp” — anu_t
Le jardinet
High performance, low maintenance annuals
Ideabooks830
Questions0
“potato vine (Ipomoea batatas), and Bonfire begonia.” “red coleus, chartreuse & bronze sweet potato vine” “Coleus, sweet potato vines, bonfire begonia, japanese maple” “coleus, bonfire begonia, red and green sweet potato vine under Japanese Maple” “japanese maple bonfire begonia and sweet potato vine” “potato
chartreuse and bronze sweet potato vine (Ipomoea batatas), and Bonfire begonia.
red coleus, chartreuse & bronze sweet potato vine
Coleus, sweet potato vines, bonfire begonia, japanese maple
coleus, bonfire begonia, red and green sweet potato vine under Japanese Maple
japanese maple bonfire begonia and sweet potato vine
“potato vine (Ipomoea batatas), and Bonfire begonia. It also pairs well with blue or purple flowers and foliage, such as the fanflower described next.” “potato vine (Ipomoea batatas), and Bonfire begonia. It also pairs well with blue or purple flowers and foliage, such as the fanflower described next.”
“Planter” — rhiannonludington
Stangeland and Associates
2 Reviews
Lights and Shadows - A Residence
Ideabooks16,145
Questions4
The vine in this picture is Evergreen Clematis. It is a fast growing vine and will thrive in zones 7-9.
The vine in this picture is Evergreen Clematis. It is a fast growing vine and will thrive in zones 7-9. April 7, 2014 at 11:58am Like Kenzie Ford wrote: Roof - What kind of roof is on this
Green vines growing on the pergola
“Like landscaping” — dlangsdale
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