64,591 tropical leaves Home Design Photos

Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
My Houzz: Matthew + Bobbie Fisher
Ideabooks710
Questions1
dramatic planes and volumes across the exterior of the home. While Stein's designs often incorporate wavy roof lines, this home was designed to mimic the leaves of the Tulip Poplar trees, some of which still remain on the property. Adrienne DeRosa Photography © 2013 Houzz
create dramatic planes and volumes across the exterior. While Stein's designs often incorporate wavy rooflines, he designed this home to mimic the leaves of the landscape's tulip poplar trees, some of which still remain on the property.
“ferns” — charleetaylor
Janet Paik
A Sacred Space to Bathe by siol
Ideabooks16,006
Questions11
I just can't see that that this wouldn't be messy . Plants grow continually and as they grow they sloth off old leaves, flowers, seeds and muck. Looks good now, but!!
You just feel so wild, and relax with the leaves and green in the back.
“Like green moss” — tammiekrebsbach
Susan Cohen Associates, Inc.
29 Reviews
Malibu on the beach
Ideabooks1,537
Questions1
glass panel is combined with a salt-tolerant shrub to add privacy and texture to the vertical surface. This method also helps to enclose the deck and leave the view to the ocean mostly open. The materials you use will also be important if you want your windscreen to double as a privacy screen.
glass panel is combined with a salt-tolerant shrub to add privacy and texture to the vertical surface. This method also helps to enclose the deck and leave the view to the ocean mostly open. The materials you use will also be important if you want your windscreen to double as a privacy screen.
“off set patio table” — lakisharoberson
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Falling Cliff
Ideabooks11,528
Questions4
pit ring depending on the size and shape of the fire pit you are building - http://www.allbackyardfun.com/burners-fire-rings. We would recommend leaving some space between the burner and fire pit walls to avoid burning the side of the fire pit.
Flat fire pit; collect leaves; how much heat?
“firepit” — oscarwright
Susan Lachance Interior Design
17 Reviews
Private Residence 6, Boca Raton, FL
Ideabooks2,767
Questions6
you for your question! The dining room table is Costantini Pietro "Passion" #9158T Top: Ebony High gloss Base: Stainless steel 78"l with (2) 17 3/4" leaves.
for your question! The dining room table is Costantini Pietro "Passion" #9158T Top: Ebony High gloss Base: Stainless steel 78"l with (2) 17 3/4" leaves.
“table” — kardell32
Scheer & Co.
Harlem Apartment - Home Office
Ideabooks6,999
Questions4
Scheer & Co.Save to IdeabookEmail Photo Behind curtain number one: a workspace for two! When the drapes are closed, the entire thing disappears, leaving the living room for living.
Behind curtain number one: a workspace for two! When the drapes are closed, the entire thing disappears, leaving the living room for living.
“Curtains” — Jennifer Alfstad
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Choy 1 Residence
Ideabooks2,826
Questions3
avoid direct sunlight. It's more tolerant of too little light than too much. If the plant begins to stretch toward the light, or the green color of its leaves fades, then the light is too low. •Water: Change the water every one to two weeks. Use bottled spring water for fast growth and a beautiful deep green
“Bamboo leaves” — Conni Pritchett
Katerina Tana Design
Katerina Tana Design
Ideabooks6,894
Questions5
They were made in Indonesia and made from banana leaves. Unfortunately they are no longer available from the source where I purchased them from. The cushions I had made.
framework, she designed a space that is inviting inside and out, beginning with the porch. A seating area greets you with furniture made of banana leaves from Indonesia and plush turquoise cushions. A porch came with the original home, but Tana had it rebuilt, adding more structural support, Pennsylvania
“Porch” — LGale
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