Rose BayContemporary Patio, Sydney

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aura kuperberg wrote:Jun 18, 2016
Linh Do wrote:Jun 9, 2016
  • Remy Allis

    I'd love to know where the sectional couch is from?

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    Marylou Sobel Interior Design

    Thanks a lot for your question, I would love to hear more about your project. Please feel free to pass on your contact details via the contact me button on my homepage and I'll be in touch.

Carolyn Kolebaba wrote:Sep 14, 2015
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    Marylou Sobel Interior Design

    I don't know. I did not do the wall....they are called vertical gardens. look it up, hope that helps

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    Chizki Interior Design & Planning
    The vertical gardens are made by an Israeli company. That was the main theme of the Israeli house for the 2015 expo of Milano. Amazing !
tmaxs wrote:Feb 10, 2017
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    Marylou Sobel Interior Design

    Hi Tmaxa, thank you for getting in touch with me. I find vertical gardens so fascinating as well...However I did not design or implement the garden I was responsible for the soft furnishings and outdoor furniture. Kind Regards,


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Lauren Dunec Design added this to Bring Life to Outdoor Walls With Nature's GreenSep 3, 2018

7. Install a living wall. Custom living wall systems can be expensive to have installed, but the popularity of vertical gardening has resulted in more consumer-friendly (and budget-friendly) planting options. Wall-mounted planting pockets or vertical planters, for example, can cost significantly less and can be installed without extensive structural or watering systems. Tip: Including some trailing plants — like ivy, pothos, philodendron or grass-like carex — can help conceal the vertical growing structure.Learn more about how to add a living wall

Laura Wheat added this to 9 Built-In Garden Benches for RelaxingJul 18, 2017

4. Plush with pillows. Make your built-in bench comfy with colorful throw pillows and seat cushions with contrast piping. This wooden seat stands out against a dramatic and densely packed living wall. The blue and orange fabrics tip toward tropical when combined with such lush greenery. A less extravagant version of this cute corner could be achieved with an assortment of potted bamboo, palm and fig plants.How to Add a Living Wall

Falon Land Studio LLC added this to 8 Ways to Grow More Plants in Small SpacesMay 30, 2016

2. Go vertical. A vertical garden is an obvious choice for a small urban courtyard flanked by tall vertical surfaces. There are many products on the market to help you grow vertically, and choosing the best one depends on your garden’s microclimate and what kind of plants you want to grow. Other ways to grow vertically include creating an espalier from small trees or shrubs, growing vines on a trellis or creating a flying hedge with pleached trees.10 Reasons to Love Vertical Gardens

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Sujay Thakur added this to Ideas de SujayJul 25, 2019

I like the blend of nature into the outdoor space

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