1,362 sphere Home Design Photos

Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Quaker Bluff Residence
Ideabooks2,311
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Where can I buy spheres like those?
rolls of hay dotting the hills. Up to this point, I'd only seen rectangular bales of hay, and I was entranced. Something about the placement of these spheres in the landscape reminds me of the feeling I had the first time I saw those hay rolls.
stone spheres
“Double mesures” — Erica Saffirio
Bart Reines Construction
Miami Beach Historic Preservation
Ideabooks186
Questions2
sphere sculpture
sphere statue...wood sphere
“Couch” — bean1128
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
VJ Project
Ideabooks313
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"planks" of varying lengths and widths to move the eye outward since the house is a fairly tall structure. The introduction of three solid granite spheres gave us a focal point on the right terrace and satisfied the homeowners' desire to introduce contemporary art into the garden. Granite screenings were
is a fairly tall structure. The introduction of three solid granite spheres gave us a focal point on the right terrace and satisfied the homeowners' desire to introduce contemporary...
sphere sculptures... bushes planted in hardscape
GRANITE SPHERES We eliminated one sidewalk step to build a wider grade from which to terrace the top half of the front space. We cut bluestone slabs into "planks"
“Big concrete balls” — ctjs
Gabriel Builders Inc.
10 Reviews
Gabriel Builders
Ideabooks5,213
Questions6
Because of its rich metal finish, this armillary sphere looks great in a room full of elegant woodwork and warm leather furniture.
Armillary Sphere Chandelier
“Dark Stained wood library with fireplace” — fatsowino43
Frank Organ
Ilex crenata 'Golden Gem'
Ideabooks795
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its tiny, glossy leaves. My choice, though, is the golden variety Ilex crenata 'Golden Gem'. Leave it unclipped for a wonderful flat-topped golden sphere that provides wonderful color throughout the year — especially in winter and spring.
My choice, though, is the golden variety Ilex crenata 'Golden Gem'. Leave it unclipped for a wonderful flat-topped golden sphere that provides wonderful color throughout the year — especially in winter and spring.
its tiny, glossy leaves. My choice, though, is the golden variety Ilex crenata 'Golden Gem'. Leave it unclipped for a wonderful flat-topped golden sphere that provides wonderful color throughout the year — especially in winter and spring.
its tiny, glossy leaves. My choice, though, is the golden variety Ilex crenata 'Golden Gem'. Leave it unclipped for a wonderful flat-topped golden sphere that provides wonderful color throughout the year — especially in winter and spring.
“ilex golden gem” — lolamango
TerraTrellis
Greystone Mansion Gracie Trellis
Ideabooks1,188
Questions0
pierced metal sphere. The metal circles have the feeling of a traditional moon gate.
love the spheres as an entrance
circles, the walkway both contains and concentrates the plantings while leading the eye to a viewpoint at the end of the path: an amazing pierced metal sphere. The metal circles have the feeling of a traditional moon gate.
circles, the walkway both contains and concentrates the plantings while leading the eye to a viewpoint at the end of the path: an amazing pierced metal sphere. The metal circles have the feeling of a traditional moon gate.
“structure with hanginh plants” — annieblob
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
Ideabooks577
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love this garden of perennials. Boxwood shaped sphere, grass resembling cascading waterfall, knotweedupright open shape and saxifrage hugs the ground and has white flowers.
shaded area, rather than any one plant. 2. Vary the form. Notice how all the key plants here are different shapes. The boxwood is neatly trimmed into a sphere, while the grass resembles a cascading waterfall; the knotweed has an upright, open shape; and the saxifrage hugs the ground. This adds subtle interest
The boxwood is neatly trimmed into a sphere, while the Japanese forest grass, Hakonechloa macra ‘Aureola’, resembles a cascading waterfall; the knotweed, Painter’s Palette knotweed (Persicaria
shaded area, rather than any one plant.2. Vary the form. Notice how all the key plants here are different shapes. The boxwood is neatly trimmed into a sphere, while the grass resembles a cascading waterfall; the knotweed has an upright, open shape; and the saxifrage hugs the ground. This adds subtle interest
“Color and texture” — happyturtle
BarlisWedlick Architects, Tribeca Studio
Oneta
Ideabooks72
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Just add a large sphere to the NE of the office!
“Whatever is in the background.” — Brett Pfister Artwork
Glamorous Sphere light fixture
Can you please provide the specs on this chandelier, including price? Thanks!
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