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Beauparlant Design inc
7 Reviews
Riverdale Bathroom
Beautiful bathroom. I love the plants, those are the highlight for me.
plants around the bath give it a tropical feel
of potted ferns go a long way.See the top 10 plants to grow indoors
A little green Bringing in plants is one of the easiest and most inexpensive ways
space into a greenhouse - a couple of potted plants go a long way.Check out 8 health benefits of indoor plants
PhilodendronPlante aux feuilles généreuses, les philodendrons apportent à la salle de bains
8. A little green. Bringing in plants is one of the easiest and most inexpensive ways to add an organic and textural
“Philodendron” — Artiste
Contemporary Exterior
and ivy appear more formal. Create a contemporary look with neutral wood boxes planted identically with low-growing ornamental grasses or small cacti. Start
But the truth is, depending upon the style of your box material and the plants that you add to them, your window boxes can look elegant, formal, sleek
Window box can contain potted plants
“pillars” — murtam01
Random House
Coastal Modern by Tim Clarke
What material has been used on the ceiling? I'm looking for alternatives to wood tongue and groove. This application has sparked my interest. Thank you.
Beautiful 2 sofas w 2 chairs. Great plant. Nice pillows
The privacy given by plants looks very fresh.
Exotic inspiration. Part of native woods is looking at coastal style from around the world. Rich woods, tropical plants and ethnic prints collected together
“Cushion combo” — mjjarema
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
Eric Ross Interiors, LLC
13 Reviews
Benzinger Terrace - Brentwood, TN
side of the staircase. While the room has many glossy touches, the wood table, plants, botanical rug and petal wall sculptures all lend an organic vibe
“Basement gray” — chisholc
Amber Freda NYC Garden Design
22 Reviews
NYC Roof Garden: Terrace Deck, Wood Planter Boxes, Fence, Container Garden, Ipe
NYC Roof Garden: Terrace Deck, Wood Planter Boxes, Fence, Container Garden, Ipe
Gramercy Park features beautifully stained ipe deck and planters with plantings of evergreens, Japanese maples, bamboo, boxwoods, and ornamental grasses
Love this! Is this just the one type of wood (ipe) with natural color variations that
This is a really nice setup for planters. I wonder what type of plants they chose to put in them. I would really like to get a couple planters
wood planter and wall to break up open space.
like the raised planter boxes but worry about the wood fading.
Good contrast of plants in boxes
“boxes like these but much lower so can see flowers and plants” — sadhanabharat
B. Jane Gardens
4 Reviews
Tarrytown Modern Retreat
I like the wood frame for the plants to climb up.
framing the doors can be made from discarded wood.
Plants to make boring single door look interesting
long strips- mix of wood and greens...Garage door; wood with plants...Large natural wood panels...plants up back of garage.
“Stained Garage doors” — williamsic
Secret Gardens
Secret Gardens of Sydney
Please provide the name of the plants located just behind the ferns along the steps
The plants have large stem like leaves and orange and
Would you be able to tell me the name of the ferns near the deck and also the name of the tall plant with spear like leaves
The plants next to the steps can you please tell me what they are?
What are the plants behind the ferns (one seems
I would like these plants in the courtyard
space, but the ferns will benefit from the shade provided by surrounding plants. Wooden steps to a beach chair overlooking the garden add a beachy touch
spotIf you’re itching for a place to leave work, stress and noise behind, plant a designated ‘my zone’ flag by positioning a deckchair among the greenery
Love the plants around the steps
“Fern garden” — katemurphy27
Tim Davies Landscaping
3 Reviews
What's the name of the plant, can you please tell me?
What are the plants in the front and the shrubs in the back?
The plants at the front are Agave attenuata, and at the back Viburnum tinus
The plantings behind the Agave's are Australian native rainforest LillyPilly, Acmena
what type of wood is that?...Wood flooring & planter box on one side...I like a bit of wood to warm up
“Plants” — podvoreca
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