11,110 trees that grow in shade Home Design Photos

Teri Fotheringham Photography
10 Reviews
31 Albion Place
Ideabooks569
Questions1
Love the usage of all the natural rock elements and the "lone" tree...i could see myself taking a nap underneath that tree!
has shade and space to go outside
Ah, a tree over the koi pond. So cool
pond surrounds tree...Tree over koi pond.
“Pond and deck” — gavin_broughton
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Sugar Bowl Residence
Ideabooks3,070
Questions2
not only beams, but also shade
7. Trees. Sometimes all that is left in a winter garden are large trees. Surrounding your home with these specimens provides a practical windbreak, but also provides a visual sense of enclosure. Consider planting smaller evergreens to complete the picture.
snow trees...The trees
“Its beautiful! my style” — flynn987
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
14 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Ideabooks12,371
Questions11
clean. Trees would make keeping the skylights clean very dificult. In this particular project the client had no trees overhead. Hope this helps. - Case Design/Remodeling Inc.
Love the skylights. how can they be kept looking good? Would you recommend them for a client who had lots of trees?
wonderful when looking for some natural sunlight. However, they are very dificult to keep clean. Trees would make keeping the skylights clean very dificult. In this particular project the client had no trees overhead. Hope this helps.
“I like the openness and skylights.” — miyoko01
Desert Gardens Nursery
Grosso Install
Ideabooks1,050
Questions1
Cactus and palo verde trees ... Looks great
Side yard with trees and no rocks
potted plants and shade trees
Desert trees
“grassless(but without the quail for me)” — Linda VanLith
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios
Ideabooks2,011
Questions2
cyprass trees
The pettiest shade of blue
Pool Infinity Edge Tree in middle
Pine trees...tall trees
“glass and tile” — ged123
Steve Masley Consulting and Design
5 Reviews
JW Garden
Ideabooks457
Questions1
This is a hard garden to photograph, because at most times of the day, half of it is in full sun, while the other half is in full or partial shade. The contrasts are too stark for good photos. Here I caught it when the light was good. Photo by Steve Masley.
Tree branch trellis Big potted plant
tree branch trellises
Tree branch...tree branch trellis...Tree branches
“Path” — dave57
RoehrSchmitt Architecture
Kitchen Addition of Gotting Residence
Ideabooks4,935
Questions5
bold, cork can be dyed or stained any shade that suits your fancy.
7. Go natural with cork flooring. Cork is soft, warm, reduces sound vibration, and looks fresh and modern. Plus, cork flooring is harvested from the bark of the cork oak tree, which means no trees are cut down to create these beautiful
and muffles sound like a champ.Cork also has serious green cred. The trees gradually regenerate their bark after it’s harvested, and the harvesting process itself is strictly regulated in order to keep damage minimal. Because the trees can live between one and two centuries, cork is a long-term renewable
The basicsNatural cork comes from the bark of cork trees, found mainly in southern Europe and northern Africa. Scraps of bark left over from punched-out bottle stoppers are ground, pressed and baked into sheets that are ready to convert into floor planks and tiles. Portugal is the epicenter of the cork
“does this make room look bigger with cabs close to floor color?” — Expressions Interior Design
Outer space Landscape Architecture
6 Reviews
Wine Country Retreat
Ideabooks1,593
Questions2
what are the trees on the right of the photo
grass border with great trees and bushes to compliment
Perfect pool size for you. This could be a nice idea. You could separate the garden a bit. Here they used some olive trees to create a barrier. I can imagine this with your garden. The pool on one side, the play area on the other with a barrier in between.
Love the big trees surrounding this pool
“Pool furniture arrangement” — amiktucker
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