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Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
34 Reviews
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
Natural water feature, water fall, pond, planting around water feature, planing around pond, sound of moving water, soothing landscape ideas, landscape
Well done natural falls with dense plantings
japanese maple and plants look nice by waterfall
Great job on water and plants...Plants among rock placement...Waterfall plants...vertical rocks next to falls
“Rocks around pond” — Bellscape Hardscapes
Northern Virginia Shower Glass and Mirror Designer
ABC Glass and Mirror, Inc. is a family owned and operated business with over 40 years of owner industry experience and over 150 years of combined experience.
Sander Design Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Mediterranean Patio
the idea of ivy or some other kind of plants on vertical surfaces...basically surrounding us in green ;)
exterior spaces with color. Pulling a hue from existing plantings can make both wall and plants sing.
fresh green plants look great
“P” — kkrobson
Camilla Molders
5 Reviews
Camilla Molders Design
Where can I find this large leaf plant decoration? I love it. It's such a statement piece.
love the 2 big plant leaves in the vase on the table
but eye-catching design. The rectangular shape allows the bold graphic vertical stripe to do its job. The pillow might have had less impact if the shape
money plant...Plant on coffee table
“Jastuci” — Snezana Tomanovic
Fearns Studio
Bondi House
Creepers up wall- chalk board paint on bottom half. Maybe vertical garden with herbs
Plants wall...900 ml plants...The plant...climbing plants
“Side of house wooden floor” — fcassimatis
Scot Eckley Inc
1 Review
Alfresco Living
Climbing plants, cement slabs and lounge
boundaries of small, enclosed spaces can be overpowering, and through the use of plants we can soften and even decorate garden walls in the same way we use wallpaper
kept carefully under control. Create an even more decorative use of ivy by planting different varieties together, allowing them to grow and interweave for
espaces confinés peut donner une impression de cloisonnement. C’est grâce aux plantes que l’on peut adoucir ces frontières peu naturelles en les décorant comme
“High wall” — Byron Cann
Outhouse Design
3 Reviews
the concrete or whatever that is down, create a circular grass area and plant around it.
and counterbalances, other elements in the yard, such as hardscaping and planting beds. Used in this way, the lawn gains importance, becoming sculptural
Espaliered plants. Espaliering basically means that trees or vines are trained to grow horizontally against a wall – it’s a traditional technique to encourage
This round lawn, set into a bed as another planting element, is eye catching and seemingly meant to be contemplated from a
beds in the middle of the lawn. Ditto for specimen trees, which are better planted in a garden bed to avoid damage from a mower. They also look much nicer
“Creeping wall” — Sharon Emery
Rariden Schumacher Mio & Co.
1 Review
Another idea. Hm. Use wood vertical blinds instead of doors on the
Wood vertical blinds...Ventanas persiana vertical...vertical woods...Vertical louvers...Vertical Louvres!...vertical louvers on window wall...Vertical timber louvre screen
“mirror frame is same color as table” — juidog
Howells Architecture + Design, LLC
8 Reviews
Wilshire Kitchen, Portland (Photo: Matt Niebuhr)
A great KBS with vertically stacked subway tiles below shelves - big tile below finishing with a band
Vertical splash...Vertical tile on backsplash...Vertical subway tile...backsplash - not vertical
“backsplash” — Chris and Lauren
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