65,436 tropical leaves Home Design Photos

Prestige Builders
2 Reviews
Oceanfront
Ideabooks747
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Bromeliads grouped together in an oblong container bring a timeless taste of the tropics to this streamlined architectural space. The Guzmania rana blooms seen here closely resemble that of the ginger plant, so despite the plant's South
Bromeliads grouped together in an oblong container bring a timeless taste of the tropics to this streamlined architectural space. The Guzmania rana blooms seen here closely resemble that of the ginger plant, so despite the plant's South American origins, it actually looks very Asian and is a nice complement
“dining room table and center piece” — Trisha Wallace
Ethan Tweedie Photography
2 Reviews
Portfolio
Ideabooks29,185
Questions9
You are right. I love my geckos since they eat so many bugs, but they do leave lots of mess around.
oh my...i would never leave this bathroom!
Tropical getaway feel
“awesome” — skeetz68
Paradise Design Studio
1 Review
Venice project
Ideabooks1,461
Questions3
What are the 2 plant types? Tall bamboo like & blue leaves.
Simple lines with tropical foliage, great contrast in textures
Tall bamboo like plant & blue leaves
“plants” — drewandemma
SURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
3 Reviews
Vibrant Surroundings
Ideabooks4,367
Questions3
Siam Red (Musa acuminata 'Siam Red', zones 10 to 11) has intense orange-red leaves variegated with green. Red Abyssinian banana (Ensete ventricosum 'Maurelli', zones 9a to 11) is a banana relative that also has red leaves, but they are upright and give the plant the appearance of a shuttlecock. They
How to Use Banana PlantsIn containers. Whether you lack the space, live outside the tropics or just need a dramatic focal point in your container arrangements, there are several bananas with the right size for the job. Super Dwarf Cavendish (Musa acuminata 'Super Dwarf Cavendish', zones 9b to 11) is
“Totally different look” — Kathryn Barbian
The Front Door / Dwayne Carruth
7 Reviews
The Front Door / Dwayne Carruth
Ideabooks5,800
Questions8
courtyard with tiled pool and tropical landscaping
ons; usually grown as a houseplant, but they grow wild here in South Florida... We have one outside our bedroom window growing up a palm tree with leaves the size of large dinner plates!
Love this. I have always dreamer about building a home within an old building. Leaving the exterior walls up to create private courtyards. Just beautiful.
“Linking of buildings” — ghostgirl4
Martin King Photography
5 Reviews
Tropical Oasis
Ideabooks5,233
Questions3
I would never leave the bathtub
Tropical feeling, teak flooring, unique light fixture
I would never leave this tub!!,
Tropical Oasis
“Lazienka” — darjanek
Richard Kramer
Stanford Garden
Ideabooks50,584
Questions8
FALL season… Leaves on the ground would suggest death or untidy in CA…. Perhaps that is why there are no leaves on the ground….
rocks are lovely but no leaves on them w trees
Tropical loik
“dry creek bed” — jjnoodles82
Bliss Garden Design
6 Reviews
Lytle Road - Bainbridge Island
Ideabooks19,562
Questions5
I love the green plant with the tiny green leaves and white flowers. Could u please tell me what it is and where I can find it? It looks like epimedium but I am not sure .
But maybe more of a tree with dark purple or deep burgundy leaves...this is a little dry feeling but like the tree among the foliage
every season, in leaf or bare-branched. Japanese maples are hardy in zones 6 (-10°F) to 8 (10°F) and need both sun and shade. Too much sun and their leaves can burn at the tips.
“rocks combo with slate” — soraida
How can i get this pillow
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Guest Bedroom Updates
I am planning to update the guest bedroom. Classic blue and white is the overall theme. Reusing the navy comforter and have three navy and white geometric...
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