392,020 vertical landscape Home Design Photos

Arcanum Architecture
Menlo Oaks Residence
Ideabooks29,898
Questions13
Look of vertical siding around courtyard
Exterior - style of HardiPlank (Vertical Direction) and Roofing - What material is it?
“Farmhouse patio” — Amy Rohl
Summerour Architects
2 Reviews
The Cliffs Vineyards
Ideabooks4,788
Questions7
Vertical paneling. Note horizontal rail. We would most likely have to use this due to ceiling height and length of boards.
vertical trim wall treatment
“Large beams define space” — Toni Parkhurst
Mindful Designs, Inc.
1 Review
Mountain Cabin
Ideabooks2,206
Questions2
Love the large windows, vertical wood paneling, and holiday feel.
siding vertical
“mindful designs whitefish” — christineayers
Kemp Hall Studio
24 Reviews
2012 HGTV Green Home
Ideabooks1,607
Questions2
stone work, four window vertical design
Vertical Cypress T&G
“height” — m4sprynet
Dallas Renovation Group
20 Reviews
Outdoor Living Oasis
Ideabooks9,114
Questions7
figure that each 4' section (which is close to what is shown), is going to be about $180 to $300 per vertical foot. For example, a 9' tall built-in, that is 4' wide would be (using $200 per vertical foot) about $1,800. I hope this helps. This would be for the cabinets only, and not much in the way
“TV & armoire” — awoodb1
Jennifer Bishop Design
6 Reviews
Yellow and Black Nursery
Ideabooks7,044
Questions6
great idea for wall with vertical space
Great use of vertical space
“The shelving is creative” — Kristin Iommi
Sara Tuttle Interiors
Kitchen
Ideabooks4,972
Questions6
fill a vertical space with art
13. Fill a vertical space. Have a narrow slice of wall to fill? Hang art in the space all the way from the floor to the ceiling. You could do this on a large wall, but this is a great way to try out a dramatic gallery-style wall without making such a big commitment.
“Wall collage” — joyjoy7
The Yellow Cape Cod
13 Reviews
Cottage Chic Family Room
Ideabooks5,432
Questions6
Will this treatment work with vertical blinds?
We have a 16 ft. Patio door with vertical blinds and I want to add drapery panels for accent on either end.
“Drapes” — Sass Ashton
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