57,470 semi formal Home Design Photos

Ag-Trac Enterprises LC
11 Reviews
Contemporary Cottage Landscape
one plant up and down the walkway. Here, 'Little Trudy' catmint adds a semi-formal air and a swath of color. For maximum impact, choose long-blooming plants
one plant up and down the walkway. Here, 'Little Trudy' catmint adds a semi-formal air and a swath of color. For maximum impact, choose long-blooming plants
“Lavender hedge” — jjdiego
Schmechtig Landscapes
2 Reviews
Informal Garden, Winnetka, Illinois
ornament there unto."Boxwood (Buxus sp.) is still the chosen favorite in formal gardens today; whether hard clipped or allowed to grow more loosely, it's
anchored by a strong arrangement of greenery.Some designers are updating formal gardens with more sustainable plantings. In California, native plants such
roses and boxwood shrubs, the sundial has a place of prominence in this formal garden, located in Winnetka, Illinois. Note also how the axis continues
brings order to the garden — but how it’s maintained will determine how formal it feels. While regular trimming is absolutely necessary to maintain the
“roses, boxwood” — natalieatlantic
Home & Garden Design, Atlanta - Danna Cain, ASLA
17 Reviews
Dwarf hinoiki cypress accents unique play house & garden shed
semi formal
“this is the tree i was talking about. We had 3 of them at our last house.” — jbostain
Loudon County, VA Custom Pool Design
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Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
From Pre-Fab to Farmhouse
Beige/brown zigzag paving stones, small fish pond, semi-formal British garden look. Garden house. Beds with low stone wall trim.
rooms the formal style creates, brick layout
walk on a paved surface between the two, so this garden's style is more formal. The team graded the tricky slopes of the site to create terraces, which
“brick and water feature” — natalieatlantic
You can choose shrubs that have a more shorn and formal hedge appeal, such as boxwood (Buxus spp, zones 5 to 9) and holly (Ilex spp, zones 4 to 9), or
zones 6 to 11). Shrubs with the same leaf size and color will appear more formal, while a variety of shrub and foliage sizes and colors will read as more
“big” — Meisha Moss
Michael Robert Construction
13 Reviews
Casual Dining in a Formal Setting
their dining room, and opted to turn the original smaller dining room into a formal living room. The wainscoting on the walls and coffered ceilings are new
perfect gathering spot for their family and a nice contrast to the more formal touches like the silk window treatments and subdued color palette. Photo
a lower-grade oak flooring for more variation, warmth and depth. In the formal dining room (originally the home's living room), they installed a light
Casual Dining in a Formal Setting
“Round chandelier better than rectangle for round table?” — pyousefi
19 Reviews
Lorraine Vale
I love the formal curves of this robust cane chair. These are fitting in a traditional dining
which is versatile enough for any decor; or a straight back for a more formal setting?
semi-formal mid-century
“chairs” — tjoyner1118
James John Jetel Photography
Hidden Hills
semi formal dining room
Formal dining...Formal dining....brown formal
“صالة2” — mansour
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