748,282 planted wall Home Design Photos

Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Quaker Bluff Residence
Ideabooks2,295
Questions1
again the large stone with plants amongst them
patio idea, small herbs or plants may be nice between the stones, or a heather, maybe
I'm liking the idea of small, irregular poured slabs on a walkway, with tiny stones pressed in, when wet...then short ground cover plantings between them...something like thyme, that would smell good when stepped on.
“POST/DETAIL” — Stephanie Giles Williams
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
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Spry Architecture
11 Reviews
Black House (Steinman Renovation)
Ideabooks3,656
Questions6
Is it a specific kind of paint that is used for the walls? What is the
What sort of plant are the ones at the back - they are so funky!! I'd love to do the same at my place but not sure if these are available in NZ
Entrance and the blck grey color of wall
Use of gravel and desert plants
Spotlights on plants
tall plant...cactus plant
“Design” — bufh
Traditional Patio
Ideabooks1,272
Questions2
opposed to a short retaining wall with fence atop
like the plants in front of the fence
Combination planting created pleasant surroundings
fence instead of wall...
Foreground plantings
outdoor potted plant
Plants and table...Succulent plantings
“gate” — Ho Ngeesheong
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Los Gatos Renovation
Ideabooks3,528
Questions3
How much sunlight hits the plants?
I noticed theres a garden in the forefront- looks very nice, but how are the plants thriving underneath a covered patio?
The flowering plants are camellia sasanquas that are located just outside of the covered patio, so they get ample sunlight to thrive (and bloom as evidenced). When locating plantings, one should evaluate the plants' ability to grow in shade, which side of a building they are planted on, and if any
“Outdoors” — remoteflower
Stephanie Sabbe
6 Reviews
Lin Residence
Ideabooks9,291
Questions5
Interested in these plants as well for privacy
Like the green row of plants behind the sofa
Privacy Ideas on shared balcony Living wall privacy 1/2 moon settee
Balcony living - plant barrier low bed
Glass wall, utilizing small space
The plant n color scheme
Plants and seating...Plants are cedars
“Roof garden” — rocioruecu
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
Luxury Estate Property
Ideabooks5,079
Questions8
like the colorful plants for front
Plantings around fountain
fountain with plants around it
front yard and plants
stone wall...Wall and the hedges
“bottom office/dining window front rail baluster elevation” — mps14
Genus Loci Ecological Landscapes Inc.
8 Reviews
Outdoor Dining Terrace
Ideabooks13,898
Questions7
Got rid of all the grass, installed some drought tolerant plants, added a water feature and created a raised dining terrace with privacy screens in an otherwise exposed back yard.
What mulch did you use around the plants and the brick wall?
the drought tolerant plants and privacy screen
shrubs on left wall form tall hedge
2. Add mulchWhile it’s a joy to watch your plants grow and flourish, there’s no satisfaction when weeds keep popping up. After planting, finish off by adding mulch – bark-based versions are a popular option. While mulch helps prevent weeds
“Pavers” — Cynthia Wolz
Traditional Exterior
Ideabooks2,624
Questions5
What is the plant both sides of the path please?
Every house begins with four walls. The most common configuration is a rectangle. Of course, most newer houses break out of the rectangle at some place on their plan. In the minimalist traditional style, the plan is usually kept compact (with minor exceptions) in overall form, as evidenced in all of
“Gail” — adakelly
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Abbey Design Center
Remodeling From Concept to Completion in Northern Virginia
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KSA Kitchens
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Designer
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