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Vinci | Hamp Architects
Mid-North Residence
Ideabooks5,054
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courtyard with trees planted in concrete
It’s apparent just how strong an organizing device the courtyard can be when viewed from inside this home. In urban areas where typical views are to other structures, a courtyard can provide a vegetated counterpoint. I also like
Rhythm of trees...2small trees...Trees in courtyard...trees in patio
“courtyard” — hometome
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jary ralston
Ideabooks8,572
Questions3
What is that plant with the pink and white flowers
wow. My chandelier is kinda heavy so i don't think that would work - maybe I'll have to grow a tree limb over our eating area! Thanks.
Intimate setting with plants, columns & lights.
The mix of chairs and wild plants
Head outside. When the weather’s fine, throw a tablecloth on an outdoor table (or move the dining table and chairs outside), and break out the good napery. Look beyond what’s on the table when you’re setting the scene; the hanging lanterns here add a special
“metal columns holding up the trellis” — 2heads
ROWLAND BROUGHTON ARCHITECTURE & URBAN DESIGN
2 Reviews
1305 Ranch
Ideabooks11,870
Questions7
What are those trees with the white bark in yard? Birch? Beautiful
Rectangular firepit that sits higher up, so not a hazard to kids when not in use
softest Blended with the trees close to the structure
Love for outdoor fireplace when do back yard
fire feature - perhaps something similar outside backyard as focal point when entering home
“Patio floor” — mnngethe
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Citrus Bloom
Ideabooks9,690
Questions11
For when we build on the Cape
Small areas of plantings
Citrus Bloom
“style of house; lots of window awnings” — geoff
Tom Stringer Design Partners
2 Reviews
Turn of the Century Cottage
Ideabooks44,928
Questions23
Like the idea of this lamp and the pot plant would
if you can possibly avoid it, pick a helper other than a person to whom you gave birth or who gave birth to you. The dynamic between parent and child when one is neat and organized and one is ... not can be very trying. Hire a professional or call on a friend and, unless it's a dire emergency, leave your
“Chair” — glorida1
Dlux Images
Armonk New York
Ideabooks2,001
Questions5
requires dry soil, it is best to let it become root bound before repotting. When repotting is absolutely necessary, use a pot that is only an inch or two wider than the previous pot. Repotting into a large pot results in the plant suddenly getting too much water at once, which can damage growth and health
health, not to mention cause root rot.Origin: Mexican desert, Belize and Guatemala. In its native habitat, flowers appear on large older trees in upright clusters in the spring and summer.Toxicity: Nontoxic.Caution: The leaves have serrated edges that can be abrasive.
“The floor!” — Angelo Inanoria
Jill Sorensen
Jill Sorensen
Ideabooks2,762
Questions7
Ferns. Fi­cus, jade, Nor­folk Is­land pines, cit­rus trees and palms are some com­mon in­door trees.
The fern plant ( feto, helecho ) is like the one we want on suite hall
A mod-looking interior always feels a little more homey with a living, breathing plant. A small, potted fern is an ideal choice for this contemporary bedroom. When placing plants on furniture, be sure to use a saucer to protect the surface.
“Nightstand” — Carmen Beninga
Pistils Landscape Design + Build
Basalt Retaining Wall, Bluestone Stairs + Entry Path
Ideabooks1,897
Questions2
Love the rounded slope of porch roof. May can use on back porch when I get it.
Excellent use of slow-growing vertical trees to each side with simple landscaping around.
Sea trim and plantings
I like the plantings
offset walkway with plantings.
“like the walkway” — suzannewei
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