31,331 vine support Home Design Photos

Dave Adams Photography
4 Reviews
Garden House
Ideabooks1,621
Questions3
Vine covered wall. Change of material outside door
Gravel again? Vine growing on house.
LOVE vines on a building
garden pots and vines
Vines and flowers add so
Vine covered stone wall and
p vine...outdoor - vines...Vines & Stone...love the vines...vine/ rock
“cluster of planters” — haileek
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TANK 2012 Client photographs
Ideabooks26,833
Questions10
Fence idea?? Like the gaps and climbing vines.
Fence, vines, boxwood and a red Japanese maple, that's it.
The idea of a climbing vine to screen back fence, combined with built in
beneath the trellis with the sunlight filtering down and green vines twining, you’ll hardly remember you have any neighbours.
Le treillage, est un assemblage de lattes parallèles ou croisées en bois ou autre. C’est l’un des meilleurs supports qui existe pour maintenir les végétaux. Astuce : en plus d’être
provide privacy, even if you live in a city with tall buildings all around. Sitting beneath the trellis with the sunlight filtering down and green vines twining, you’ll hardly remember you have any neighbors.See more of this rooftop garden in Manhattan
“fence idea for property line between 70 and 80 Century” — windsurf
Le jardinet
Secret Garden
Ideabooks1,616
Questions0
More simplistic privacy screen to support vine plants
The arbor with the vines growing on it
arbor seating area with vines for extra shelter
An arbor may seem like an unlikely choice for a secret garden, but you can make it more secluded by shrouding the structure with attractive vines and by planting shrubs and grasses to the side
Arbor RefugeAn arbor may seem like an unlikely choice for a secret garden, but you can make it more secluded by shrouding the structure with attractive vines and by planting shrubs and grasses to the side. Camouflage furniture by selecting finishes and colors that blend in with the surroundings, such as wood
“Could we put a small one of these above the living FD and kitchen slider?” — zacharyalan14
Urban Nature / Troy Silva Design Group
Vibrant Hideaway
Ideabooks1,397
Questions2
for vine on the broken tree limbs
Branches acting as support for climbing vines
the tree trunks for vine growth
Painted branches used to train vines in pots
Vines climbing painted tree branches
Drift Wood Vine Tresil
using driftwood for climbing vines
Plant supports
“hang solar lights on the end” — jessie_rusnak
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
8 Reviews
Ridge Farm
Ideabooks5,844
Questions4
like the vines growing on porch and
Simple pillars and vines!
These landscape plantings, from garden bed to lawn to overhead vine, fit this shingle-style home perfectly. But think about it: This same landscape would work well with a range of home styles.
porch vines...vine on porch...Wraparound vines...Winter creeper vine...Flowers vines...vine on back porch...Vine up pillar...Like the vine...What is the vine?
“Shingels w/ shutters & planting” — ssmommy1
McKinney Photography
4 Reviews
Tuscan House
Ideabooks3,567
Questions4
Vine archway overlooking mountains that do not exhist in Illinois
beautiful vine trellis
Vines on arch to view!
Climbing vine...Arbor with vines...vine structure...Vine frame...Vine cover patio...Green vine arbor...Green vines
“Side arbor” — Tim Mohler
Diamond Homes, Inc.
Patios
Ideabooks4,185
Questions2
like the blue door frames. like the vines on the house. like the japanese maple
Having a private outdoor space in the city is something many urbanites dream of. This courtyard gets a boost in character from vibrant blue trim on the windows and from climbing vines.
Choose the right vine. One way to minimize damage is by choosing a type of vine that is less likely to damage your home. Avoid English ivy, which has very tough clinging roots and is known to be invasive. Boston ivy or Virginia creeper would be a better choice for a classic vine-covered look, or try
blue trim on the windows and from climbing vines.
9. Urban CourtyardHaving a private outdoor space in the city is something many urbanites dream of. This Denver courtyard gets a boost in character from vibrant blue trim on the windows and from climbing vines.
“Patio” — Tasha Zimmerman Ferguson
Diego Bortolato
the views
Ideabooks10,333
Questions5
What type of vine is this?
vine and narrow tall plant box
Boxes with vines- gives height immediately- using reclaimed wood to tie in rest of house would look cool. I like this Rogers red vine- comingle with star jasmine would be sweet
wall with vine to soften the look from the street
slatted trellis wall treatments with live vines, to add shading and color to the sun-facing surface of the house.
Don't forget about vertical space! Walls and fencing are just as fair game as the ground. Make use of this space by implementing attractive vines and creepers, hanging lights, sconces, or even picture frames and mirrors.
“Konteineriai_sienu apzeldinimui” — zalesk0
newly planted climbing vine
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Need idea for wisteria support
I have a beautiful wisteria growing up the side of our porch and onto a railing. I can get it off the railing and onto a support but not sure how to build...
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