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Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Farmhouse Reinterpreted
Ideabooks9,806
Questions16
Similar colors to try (near to far) are Sassy Green 6416, Blonde 6128 and Online 7072, and the trim looks like Extra White 7006, all by Sherwin-Williams.
Similar colors to try (near to far) are Sassy Green 6416, Blonde 6128 and Online 7072, all by Sherwin-Williams.
These are the Mistral from LBL with an Opal shade and satin nickel finish. Here is a link: http://www.ylighting.com/lbl-mistral-wall-sconce.html
This home is filled with a rich and interesting array of shades of green, from neutral almost-beige to pea soup. In this view down the hall, the subtle variations in color lead the eye pleasantly into the next rooms
to feel of a piece.The truth: "Rather than all the same color, I prefer layer varying shades of a color room to room," Williams says. "Rooms can all be tied together with a common trim paint, but varying the shade ever so slightly can help with the flow of the house. This is easy to do right on a color
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Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Modern Revival
Ideabooks12,421
Questions4
in spring to establish before winterThe straight species of Cordyline australis has green foliage and can reach massive sizes. Colorful cultivars, like C. australis 'Dark Star' (shown in this planting by Shades of Green Landscape Architecture), have become especially popular in cultivation.
Botanical name: Cordyline australis (syn. Dracaena australis)Common names: Cabbage Tree, New Zealand Cabbage Palm, Grass Palm, Green DracaenaUSDA zones: 8 to 11 (find your zone)Water requirement: Moderate to regularLight requirement: Full sunMature size: 20 to 30 feet tall; 6 to 12
“fence” — stacylmcconnell
John Kehoe
Vitis 'Roger's Red'
Ideabooks2,245
Questions1
CALIFORNIA WILD GRAPES Spring: New leaves and buds; tender, silver-green leaves and tiny bundles of buds emerge from the twisted vine branches. Summer: Lush leaves and fruit; full, lush leaves shade the green grapes until they ripen in late summer to deep purple, intensely flavored — if
Seasonal InterestSpring: New leaves and buds; tender, silver-green leaves and tiny bundles of buds emerge from the twisted vine branches.Summer: Lush leaves and fruit; full, lush leaves shade the green grapes until they ripen in late summer to deep purple, intensely flavored — if small
Red’Common name: Roger’s California GrapeUSDA zones: 7 to 10; frost hardy (find your zone)Water requirement: LowSun requirement: Full sun to partial shadeMature size: Spreads up to 30 feet; vigorous growerBenefits and tolerances: Drought tolerant; provides shelter to wildlife; fruit and flowers attract
“Front door” — julieannmd
Jason Arnold Interiors
6 Reviews
P O W D E R
Ideabooks18,494
Questions17
Verdigris is a shade of green that describes copper when it is exposed to a moisture element. This vessel sink is a classic verdigris, which has been known to represent nobility
Verdigris is a shade of green that describes copper when it is exposed to a moisture element. This vessel sink is a classic verdigris, which has been known to represent nobility
“Cool idea to have one wall be small tile. dramatic” — davidsonchick
Artisan of Seagrove
2 Reviews
Alys Beach Residence
Ideabooks20,030
Questions4
Love the idea of free shade but useable.
Courtyard planter, stark contrast and lush green
In another part of the same courtyard, a tree adds shade and lush green color, while a tall table and grill provide everything needed for al fresco feasts.
In another part of the same courtyard, a tree adds shade and lush green color, while a tall table and grill provide everything needed for al
“Love” — ilsed
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Modern Transformation
Ideabooks12,477
Questions8
bring the whole scene to life. "Adding bright pillows or painting a wall makes the foliage colors more noticeable," explains Ive Haugeland of Shades of Green Landscape Architecture. "It gives you lots of bang for the buck."
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
“outside seating” — moiraanncomfort
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks8,508
Questions1
I would paint each slat a different shade of greens and blues. Would have to repeat but not use a pattern.
applied on similar vertical surfaces, creating a rhythm that brings continuity to this part of the garden. In addition, the foliage is entirely shades of green. This tones down the space. Can you imagine this scene with chartreuse or red foliage?
“Color” — john869
Rocco Fiore & Sons, Inc
Tranquil Escapes
Ideabooks6,690
Questions4
for this plan. Also, what is used for the "mulch"? My backyard would be perfect for this plan. Grass doesn't grow successfully as there are many shade trees but this would be perfect. I've been looking for something like this for about 2 years!!!! I think I'm finally onto something but could use
Love the mix of green in the border.
Think I like all the green around and privacy.
Choose an appropriate plant palette. Most of the gardens featured in this ideabook incorporate subdued plant palettes, mostly in shades of green. This is because in the extrovert’s garden, plants frequently take a backseat to social activities. You will notice, however, that a rich array of textures
“Could redo upper terrace by placing stones closer together” — skillyv
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