25,400 plants from seed Home Design Photos

Laura U, Inc.
11 Reviews
Hollywood Hills Home
Where did this bed come from who is the manufacturer?
What type of plant is in the corner?
where can i buy this bed from ?
The master bedroom has views from downtown to the ocean. "The bed looks toward downtown so the homeowner can see the city lights at night," Umansky explains.
Pot plants in bedroom
The plant in corner
“Space” — amalisebastian
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
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.
Greg Mix - Registered Architect
3 Reviews
Sweet Bottom Plantation - No. 13 The Battery
love this colorful idea for the transition stone from the brick
Much has been achieved with little space and abundant plantings combined with innovative hardscape.
Classy entrance to garden from street
this very formal traditional front garden isn't strictly an alleyway or a passageway, I think its features gives us clues on how to use evergreen planting in narrow areas. The topiary evergreens at different heights give great structure to the space, while the bright-colored deciduous tree gives a focal
“this looks good--when we paint the house white we can paint these also, and have a black top like th” — buddyandbarkley
Haddad Hakansson LLC
26 Reviews
Master Suite and Bath Collection
This is a custom vanity from Haddad Hakansson LLC manufactured by Pennville Cabinetry. It can be done in any size or finish and can be made to accommodate two sinks. You have
It is actually a faux application of three colors. Each color was custom mixed from the Ben Moore palette.
Wall Panel + Plant for Main Bathroom
this colour would flow well from the master bedroom for ensuite
“Tub window” — scteachr
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Russian Hill
just as good from this angle. Still not feeling the tables, nor the lamps.
This simple yet elegant room feels up-to-date and fun while still inviting - love the natural elements with the wood tables, woven rug and plant.
asymmetrical balance by having two chairs on one side of the room and a couch on the other. It also has a potted plant on only one side of the room.
Asymmetrical: the two chairs across from the couch are asymmetrical. The vase and bowl on the table are too.
“Living r” — zhl29moom
RDM Architecture
14 Reviews
detail shot of the arbor here: http://www.rdmarchitecture.com/arbors-decks-patio-design-kansas-city/arbors-decks-a-patio-details.html - second photo up from the bottom right. We've done a lot of arbors and a lot of different end details depending on the style of the project. Glad you like it!
planting and colours
container plant...potted plant...Patio and planting...From Boston Legal
“plants” — pathugh
Ancient Surfaces
6 Reviews
Exterior projects (Mediterranean Style)
Turkish travertine. The one thing you can bet the farmhouse on is that when the entire process unravels and when your outdoor living space materializes from the architects rendering to real life, you will be guaranteed a true Mediterranean living experience if your choice of construction material was as
Fountain and planting very natural feel
“color of water” — karina95616
Landscapes by Dallas Foster, Inc
WOW! My kids would not leave this enchanted door way to Narnia. Looks as if they took this from the movie set and placed it in the perfect back yard. This club house says many
Path to shed and lots of plants
Rock layout for bldg in backyard. With plants or could be vegetables
Planting House with Garden
Shed stone path and plants
Walkway from bunkhouse to camp.
“Nice” — Sarah Smith
Glenn Gissler Design
Glenn Gissler Design
What kind of plant is that featured?
We often see paneling painted white, but I love how the designer deviated from the norm and borrowed a warm beige hue from the area rug. The designer's selection maintains the entryway's cozy atmosphere and complements tones in the furniture and the
bought from Henry Graff's estate!
potted plant...Large plant
“tall colored wainscoting” — jim_hallenbeck
What's the plant in between the stone pavers?
Looking to know what plant works in Phoenix for inbetween paver walk ways and patios. Thanks!
Did you planted the ground cover from seed in fertile mulch?
If not, how many 4" plant you need for this work? I live close to puget sound area, where can I possible get that many thymus serphyllum plant?
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