1,161 rosettes Home Design Photos

Willow Oak ResidenceMoore Architects, PC
rosette block on dining room door
I like the rosette design and the clean cut look
doorway ideas / Crown molding and rosette blocks
painted rosette casings with wood base trim
Dining Room and Foyer to have cased openings which include fluted casements, star rosettes and plinth
Crown molding and rosette blocks grace the interior of this 1889 Gothic Victorian residence in Arlington, Virginia.
You have: An outdated atlas Make: A rosette wreath Looking for a quick, easy and free holiday decoration you can whip up this weekend? You’re in luck — this paper rosette can be made using any sort of paper you have lying around, from maps (an old atlas
A paper rosette wreath made using paper, roll same-size pieces into cone shapes, attach them at the center using glue, dip the edges in old-fashioned
Sara BatesSave to IdeabookEmail Photo You have: An outdated atlas Make: A rosette wreath Looking for a quick, easy and free holiday decoration you can whip up this weekend? You’re in luck — this paper rosette can be made using any sort of paper you have lying around, from maps (an old atlas
the rosettes of silvery-gray bracts of this architectural plant. Eryngium grows best in poor to moderately fertile soil in full sun.
Sea Holly,tiny blue flowers, rosettes of
Pale blues and lilacs also look their best in fading light. Sea Holly has tiny blue flowers that sit within the rosettes of silvery-gray bracts of this architectural plant. ERYNGIUM grows best in poor to moderately fertile soil in full sun. Different!
Pale blues and lilacs also look their best in fading light. Sea Holly has tiny blue flowers that sit within the rosettes of silvery-gray bracts of this architectural plant. Eryngium grows best in poor to moderately fertile soil in full sun.
Pale blues and lilacs also look their best in fading light. Sea Holly has tiny blue flowers that sit within the rosettes of silvery-gray bracts of this architectural plant. Eryngium grows best in poor to moderately fertile soil in full sun.
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s (Sempervivum spp) Sempervivum may be the succulent for gardeners in climates with a range of temperatures. This plant, with its tightly packed rosettes, is native to the mountains of Central and Southern Europe and can handle snowy winters and sunny summers. Sempervivum is also monocarpic but produces
houseleeksUSDA zones: Typically 4-9 (hardiness varies between species)Water requirement: Little to moderateSun requirement: Full sunMature size: Mature rosettes vary from ½" to 6" in diameter Tolerances: Frost resistant, droughtBenefits: Crushed leaves used medicinally to treat burns, warts and other skin
icks(Sempervivum spp)Sempervivum may be the succulent for gardeners in climates with a range of temperatures. This plant, with its tightly packed rosettes, is native to the mountains of Central and Southern Europe and can handle snowy winters and sunny summers.Sempervivum is also monocarpic but produces
PasadenaEPT DESIGN
Aeonium ‘Sunburst,” whose variegated yellow and green rosette-like foliage looks just like flowers.
In the foreground is ornamental Aeonium ‘Sunburst,” whose variegated yellow and green rosette-like foliage looks just like flowers.
modern hammock, is surrounded by drought-tolerant succulents. In the foreground is ornamental Aeonium ‘Sunburst,” whose variegated yellow and green rosette-like foliage looks just like flowers. More: Get plant profiles and planting ideas in the gardening section
Distinguishing traits. Succulents are very ornamental, and Aeonium are especially so. Lush, fleshy leaves are held in the typically tight rosette form, with edges often rounded out. While Aeonium once were included in the Sempervivum genus, frost sensitivity and subtle differences led to a division.Shown:
Palo AltoRandy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
dying. Most Aeonium in cultivation are branching forms, meaning only one rosette will fade.
Aeonium are monocarpic, producing one flower stalk before dying. Most Aeonium in cultivation are branching forms, meaning only one rosette will fade. Shown: A. canariense
Aeonium are monocarpic, producing one flower stalk before dying. Most Aeonium in cultivation are branching forms, meaning only one rosette will fade.
designer Steve Atkins notes that dark purple foliage can fade to green over winter. Plants can become leggy with age. To tidy up, cut the primary rosette off, allow the end to become calloused and replant. It will reroot, and the stem will sprout new growth as well.
Aeonium are monocarpic, producing one flower stalk before dying. Most Aeonium in cultivation are branching forms, meaning only one rosette will fade.Shown: A. canariense
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This historic Highland Park, Illinois, residence features original stained trimwork with rosette blocks.
Rosette blocks...Rosette trim
Captain's Residence: Living AreaUnion Studio, Architecture & Community Design
painted white rosette windows doors
coffered ceiling, rosette block doors/ trim, buffet with built in trim
Door trim with rosettes
This historic New England home is rich with architectural details, like a coffered ceiling, a built-in buffet and trim with rosette blocks.
Source for the mirror tiles and rosettes?
Love the antique mirror and this is my favorite layout for mirror walls, the rosettes add a prefect detail. I have installed many mirror walls like this, but never in a bathroom. Great idea!
mirror wall with rosettes
mirrored wall with rosettes
Rosettes (buttons) on the mirror
Frisco: Brad and TiffanyLindsay von Hagel
Where did you get the rosettes? I've looked everywhere with no luck!
Tiffany's step-father” “wall with brass rosettes in corner” “wall with antique brass rosettes” Espelho bonito para augmenter a sala e os pontos dourados entre cada espelho aumenta a beleza do todo, talvez um pouco maior
mirrored wall with antique brass rosettes
Brad and Tiffany added the mirrored wall with antique brass rosettes to visually enlarge the room.
“wall with antique brass rosettes to visually enlarge the room.Dining set: estate sale; painting:
Mirrored wall with brass rosettes in corner
of her favorites. She loves the juxtaposition of a large chandelier in a small space. Brad and Tiffany added the mirrored wall with antique brass rosettes to visually enlarge the room.Dining set: estate sale; painting: by Tiffany's step-father
Could you suggest a resource for rosettes that are similar? Thank you.
ceiling and antique mirror wall with rosettes
Mirror rosettes...love the rosettes...Mirror rosettes
In the same vein but much hardier (zone 4 and up) are yuccas (Yucca flaccida 'Golden Sword' is shown here). Their rosettes of spiky foliage play a major role in any desert garden design; being so charismatic, they are the anchor around which other plants evolve. A creeping
In the same vein but much hardier (zone 4 and up) are yuccas (Yucca flaccida 'Golden Sword' is shown here). Their rosettes of spiky foliage play a major role in any desert garden design; being so charismatic, they are the anchor around which other plants evolve. A creeping verbena fires off this combination
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