229,912 plant accent Home Design Photos

John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Christoffersen
Ideabooks3,355
Questions7
This room is absolutely lovely - the natural light, the color palette. The two fig trees complete the space, where can one purchase large indoor plants like this in SF? Thank you.
is 1: become more aware of plants in general, in the building where you work, hotels, Dr ofc,, restaurants, outside as well as in, also on TV and in movies; notice how plants are different - some have big leaves, some small, some long and thin, short and fat. 2:get a plant like a peace lily, that will
dry, but will come back when you water it. 3: put it where you will always see it, and then admire it daily, and how it adds to your home. 4: do your plant care weekly at the same time as you do some other weekly chore.5: I have some videos on YouTube that could be helpful to you; you might like to start
“ficus lyrata” — chillibythesea
Douglas VanderHorn Architects
9 Reviews
French Country Estate
Ideabooks29
Questions0
plant accents
“butterfly lamp” — Elizabeth Sloan
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
18 Reviews
Tiburon home with Asian influence
Ideabooks26,074
Questions22
plant accents
“Tile” — freddajoan
DC Metro Tile, Stone & Countertops
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J. Peterson Garden Design
Gardens
Ideabooks113
Questions0
tall Seasonal interest: Spring through fall Planting tips: Plant in spring to fall in mild climates; in colder climates, use croton as a container plant accent or as an annual in a perennial border or bed.
: Sun to partial shade Mature size: 4 to 6 feet tall Seasonal interest: Spring through fall Planting tips: Plant in spring to fall in mild climates; in colder climates, use croton as a container plant accent or as an annual in a perennial border or bed.
garden. Long, colorful leaves in shades of green, yellow, orange and red are the perfect foil for container plantings
requirement: Sun to partial shadeMature size: 4 to 6 feet tallSeasonal interest: Spring through fallPlanting tips: Plant in spring to fall in mild climates; in colder climates, use croton as a container plant accent or as an annual in a perennial border or bed.
“Croton. Z. 9-11. Inside for cold mos. 4-6' tall.” — Nora Elizabeth
Boor Bridges Architecture
Biddle Residence
Ideabooks1,011
Questions1
Purple plant with the green succulent
Red Spikey Grass W/Blue plantings underneath
these look like my cordyline plants
contrast colour plants
Reddish plant accenting Blue Chalk
ground cover and purple plants
street border planting
red plants for containers?
Plants in front of door
what is the red plant
garden plants...Planter plants...arid plant...colors of plants...Plants in the front...Red plants!...Love the red plants...Plant mix...plant combination...plant selection
“Plants for Victoria's house” — lucycastillo
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
cotton jones retreat
Ideabooks1,358
Questions3
Love your design. What are those lime green plants called? Thanks!
Patio slab seating / dining and plant accent
ground cover of a larger plant
plant these for the N/E Corner?
Nice mix of plants and stones in
Like spiky plant and succulents
flax plant - salt resistant?
Have this plant...tier with Boris
The plants...Plant combo...Plant sel
“Big Plant to the Right” — nanimekana
Raymond Jungles, Inc.
1 Review
Island Modern
Ideabooks2,071
Questions2
What plant is the ground covering shrub?
Thick tall ground cover around trees + occasional red plant accent
Use of varied pebble sizes, mix of materials, large plants.
The contrast of the plant colours - red and green - and combination of leaf shapes making the garden look interesting...
Here’s another Raymond Jungles installation in which lush plantings and powerful architectural details create impact in a serene place. Not everyone has the budget for beautiful stone and masonry walls, but anyone can start with small plants that will get large and that help manage the space (that is
“Pebble natural transition zones?” — kevinkood
Modern Pool
Ideabooks12,588
Questions7
Can you tell us what the plants are that are used in these tall planters?
Green plants accent gray hard scape. Clean lines, modern.
Like the plants and planters against the wall
square plantes with round ball trees
This classic, minimalist patio shows how little touches of plant detail can transform good into excellent. The box balls in the formal raised planter echo the rounded container plants on the table, linking both areas and unifying the design.
Complement Architecture With ContainersThis designer has used simply planted containers to strengthen the sharp lines of the clear overall design. Boxwood has been tightly clipped to create a strong outline against the wall
the site, both in material and size, but are similar to the fabric of the garden structure, so they don't dominate the scheme. The formal clipped plantings in the main containers are nicely echoed in the small planters on the table.
“3 levels” — debbraz
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