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Kim Johnson- home office
Ideabooks2,624
Questions1
Potted plant on top of interesting magazines
the magazine plant stand - will probably end up using the plant stand idea
mirrors, chairs, plant and its vase, and even with the colors on magazines
magazines with the plant on top is what caught my attention.
love the potted plant on a stack of magazines
it? A stack of magazines.What is it doing in its new life? Serving as a plant stand instead of taking up valuable storage space.Requirements: Magazine
a wall, and presto! You have a stand on which to perch a lamp, a potted plant or a vase. Just be sure the stack is sturdy enough that what's on it won't
to really love your home office? Give favorite colors, artwork, photos, plants and personal items pride of place, and get rid of (or at least hide in a
Magazine stack with plant on top...I like the stack with plant on top.
“colors” — jackie271
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4 Reviews
RON DIMAURO ARCHITECTS
Ideabooks776
Questions1
Is this the glass panels??? This kind of patio rounded.....without the plants on the inside; could be nice.
Again, a simple planting supports this seaside location. Note the exposed ground around the plants in the foreground; its sandy color
Again, a simple planting supports this seaside location. Note the exposed ground around the plants in the foreground; its sandy color ties in directly
Love mix of plants and patio
“Sweet” — babyak2012
Pacific West Tree Company
Field Grown Olive - Visalia, CA
Ideabooks1,618
Questions2
What is the red plants under tree
little red can go a long way, this hot color is ideal in dry climates, where plants are scarcer.
outdoor potted plant...plantings below olive tree...Plant on patio side tall...plantings along wall for interest...Plants red...for plant box...Planting layout...Red plants
“Front yard” — letteat
B. Jane Gardens
4 Reviews
Rollingwood Estate
Ideabooks12,071
Questions7
Love love love the green framing with all the plants and the outdoor access too.
Plants & Varying plant height breaks up the wall of glass very appealing
foundation makes a nice shelf space for plants and decorations, although I think less clutter would be nice.
What's the plant that's hanging down?...Stone walls make plant benches...hanging plants...Large plants...Plant latter back left...hanging plants...plant stands
“conservatory” — Denise McFann
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
12 Reviews
View to living room terrace.
Ideabooks9,358
Questions3
what kind of planting is that between the pavers?
The mulch is a fine screen dark decomposed bark mulch. The plantings are Blue star creeper in the front of the photo and red mother of thyme
I like the flagstones with pebbles and the soft plantings tucked around
Lankstone's planting plan includes perennials, trees and shrubs that provide color and fragrance throughout all four seasons. He chose plants that will not
Plants and flowers Around the house
“peaceful” — Becky Dodson
Michael Goodsmith Design
Kitchen
Ideabooks1,474
Questions4
Open shelfs - cups tog, plates , bowls, mugs , like groupings or contrast, tea, coffee, sets. Cookbooks, plants,
I like the floating shelves and the plant!
between shelves and keep things from looking too uniform. Experiment with plants, mobiles or differently sized picture frames to see what works best for
“Shelves” — sunitaparagh
Working Nature LLC
Forest Hills modern
Ideabooks5,532
Questions6
What is the name of the curvy palm type plant in the front?
Love the palm type plant...Center plant...Plants for LSM...cool plants, neat wall...Shape of plant...Wall and plant foreground...Interesting plants...wall. & plant...The trunk and plant
“Fence cover hiller” — haroldpjones
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
Ideabooks6,180
Questions4
Hi! Can you tell me what's the plant on the bottom left?
Terrace, boulders, plants, good variety of
Boulders break up the look of all planting.
Rocks strewn across a landscape populate sparsely planted spaces. The continuity unites multiple planting areas.
What is the red plant on the right...Rock plants on sloped walls. Like ours
“Like the landscaping around the stairs” — howatts
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