NYC Terrace Design: Roof Garden, Planter Boxes, Outdoor Seating, Dining, Trellis

These East Village terraces were inspired by the lush, romantic feel of the Mediterranean. We used a combination of wood and terra cotta planters filled with an abundant mix flowering vines, annuals, perennials, and trees. To help soften a large brick wall on one side, we used wood planters with built-in trellises to grow flowering vines such as climbing hydrangeas, clematis, and mandevilla. Read more about this garden on my blog, www.amberfreda.com.
Manhattan Terrace Design: Roof Garden, Planter Boxes, Outdoor Seating, Dining, T
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These East Village terraces were inspired by the lush, romantic feel of the Mediterranean. We used a combination of wood and terra cotta planters filled with an abundant mix flowering vines, annuals, perennials, and trees. To help soften a large brick wall on one side, we used wood planters with built-in trellises to grow flowering vines such as climbing hydrangeas, clematis...More
“mobiliario” — yolisq
NYC Terrace Design: Roof Garden, Planter Boxes, Outdoor Seating, Metal Chair
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These East Village terraces were inspired by the lush, romantic feel of the Mediterranean. We used a combination of wood and terra cotta planters filled with an abundant mix flowering vines, annuals, perennials, and trees. To help soften a large brick wall on one side, we used wood planters with built-in trellises to grow flowering vines such as climbing hydrangeas, clematis...More
“A full garden in boxes on a roof terrace. And Trees! Hooray!” — hamletgirl
Village Terrace Design: Roof Garden, Planter Boxes, Vines, Brick Wall, Trellis
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These East Village terraces were inspired by the lush, romantic feel of the Mediterranean. We used a combination of wood and terra cotta planters filled with an abundant mix flowering vines, annuals, perennials, and trees. To help soften a large brick wall on one side, we used wood planters with built-in trellises to grow flowering vines such as climbing hydrangeas, clematis...More
“flat wall trellis” — NRS Construction Inc.
NYC Terrace Design: Roof Garden, Planter Boxes, Trellis, Brick Wall, Vines
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These East Village terraces were inspired by the lush, romantic feel of the Mediterranean. We used a combination of wood and terra cotta planters filled with an abundant mix flowering vines, annuals, perennials, and trees. To help soften a large brick wall on one side, we used wood planters with built-in trellises to grow flowering vines such as climbing hydrangeas, clematis...More
“LIke the planter box boards -- the way they are vertical” — jk_henderson
NYC Terrace Design: Roof Garden, Planter Boxes, Outdoor Dining, Trellis, BBQ
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These East Village terraces were inspired by the lush, romantic feel of the Mediterranean. We used a combination of wood and terra cotta planters filled with an abundant mix flowering vines, annuals, perennials, and trees. To help soften a large brick wall on one side, we used wood planters with built-in trellises to grow flowering vines such as climbing hydrangeas, clematis...More
“Board lay out -- vertical with top and bottom horizontal” — jk_henderson
NYC Terrace Design: Roof Garden, Planter Boxes, Outdoor Dining, Maple, Container
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These East Village terraces were inspired by the lush, romantic feel of the Mediterranean. We used a combination of wood and terra cotta planters filled with an abundant mix flowering vines, annuals, perennials, and trees. To help soften a large brick wall on one side, we used wood planters with built-in trellises to grow flowering vines such as climbing hydrangeas, clematis...More
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