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Rossington Architecture
12 Reviews
Montcalm Street
I think this is an actual shower rod through the glass end wall. The glass shop supplied the specialty rod and drilled the hole for the rod.
We could put a planter box outside the window and plant bamboo
Glass shower wall with attached curtain rod
bathroom. great for access to tub for kids, but is it cool enough? love that glass static wall. it might could work.
“View in bathtub” — theadri
SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
3 Reviews
Elegance in Design
different textures, colors of plantings. a lovely hillside design
I like the staggered stone walls for planters
textures and plantings, retains very natural feel, mostly easy maintenance - apart from mulch in top bed.
Stone retaining wall
Retaining walls, backyard layout
Heavily planted hillside -
planted hillside/terrace
Retaining Wall...Stone wall...rock wall...Mass plantings...cuved wall...stone wall
“Rock at bottom of hill to help with drainage” — antonialarocca
Bagnato Architects
72 The Parade Ascot Vale Victoria Australia
A variety of materials have been used for the rear backyard including stone pavers and timber slatted fencing and raised garden walls. A loft room above the garage acts as a kids room.
Use big decorative pots with outdoor plants planted in them. Uplighting. Flower beds with mulch in between
plan the inside of your home," Dominic says. Low planter-box walls at different heights create extra seating for kids and adults — nice to have around the dining area. A full barbecue cooktop is hidden on a platform behind the stacked stone wall. Here the adults can cook dinner and still watch over the
“Fence idea” — Erin Catey-Carmichael
ORBIS design
Bourke Terrace
what's the name of this plant, grow indoors? thank you!
cement seperation wall and walk out living room to view
potted plant, lighting
plant on left with spotlight
Stone wall...The dividing walls
“Light grey of walls and darker grey of upper building” — kilmorn
Contemporary Living Room
Where can I find the artwork on the wall?
What is the wall paint? Love it
I love the light, airy feel of this room. I'm rarely a fan of white walls, but to me, this
and it goes so seemlessly with the wall art. Gorgeous.
Colour from Sofa, lighter version used on wall.
Painting and wall color
wall art...Wall Color
“the plant” — cmorr37
Patricia Benson
Light Filled Entry
Eggfar is exactly right - It's the glow from the back wall. I remember a house years ago where a client asked the painter why he changed the nice taupe we chose for a garish yellow - and the painter replied
Painting this glass door and trim the same bold color as the wall creates an illusion there is no doorway, just panes of glass. I would love to try this on a frosted door leading to the basement. A door with a bold
“Contrast of wood and yellow” — sgorman65
Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
What is the plant with the orange leaves?
Is the vine surrounding the door some kind of grape? If not what is it. (plant, not paint) Thanks!
Can you tell me what is the plant growing over the brick wall thank you
This actual wall and gate is my family home, It does have Boston and Virginia creeper!!!
like strong structural elements with curvy and non-geometric plants/growth habits.
Not the shape, but the look of the door in the wall for the wall that blocks in the basement
I absolutely love how the wall and surrounding areas are all covered by flowers and leave vines other than the white Pickett door.
Some shapes are so distinctly associated with a design style that they become iconic. You'd assume that this arched door in a garden wall was built to complement a Tudor-style cottage, for example. The diamond-pattern lattice in the door's upper portion is echoed by X-shaped bracing on
“Wonderful garden gate!” — lisamangum
Wagner Hodgson
4 Reviews
Wagner Residence
containing a main house, guest house, painting studio and sculpture studio. The outbuildings are organized by and contained within a datum of low concrete walls, a tree bosque, hedgerows and a crushed stone sculpture court. The architecture gives way to the landscape and allows visitors to focus on nature. Keith's
Some Great Trees for Fall Planting Native to North America, honeylocusts
Poured concrete wall may look nice if brick or stone too expensive
Simplicity, how it relates to the earth, geometric planting of trees...
a pioneer species in agricultural fields, they can lend a rural feel to a design, like in this photo. Also, you can grow shade-tolerant grasses and plants underneath them because of their dappled light. Honey locusts are commonly used in windbreaks, and many animals enjoy munching on their seedpods.
“great sculptures” — kathmayne
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