0
Your shopping cart is empty.
Photo of a contemporary landscaping in Charlotte.

Southern Spring Home and Garden Show Entry 2015Contemporary Landscape, Charlotte

Like the rising moon, the stone spheres are reflected in the stainless steel planks. Photo by Jay Sifford.

Photo of a contemporary landscaping in Charlotte. —  Houzz
Related Photo Topics
Related Professionals in Charlotte
This photo has no questions

What Houzz contributors are saying:

siffordgd
Jay Sifford Garden Design added this to See How to Turn a Small Outdoor Room Into a Peaceful RetreatMay 18, 2015

The illusion of reflection. An intriguing garden is one that seems to be more than it is. Consider adding intrigue to your courtyard or terrace, and making it seem larger than it is, by introducing the element of reflection. Certain metals have a reflective quality and are useful as sublime finishes in the garden. The strip of stainless steel shown in this photo reflects and completes the shape of the stone sphere. (But be advised that metal can heat rapidly in the afternoon sun.)

What Houzzers are commenting on:

mark_lehmann2999699
Mark Lehmann added this to garden adventureMay 11, 2016

garden orb below teflecting surface.

loielein
loielein added this to GardenJul 26, 2015

The illusion of reflection. An intriguing garden is one that seems to be more than it is. Consider adding intrigue to your courtyard or terrace, and making it seem larger than it is, by introducing the element of reflection. Certain metals have a reflective quality and are useful as sublime finishes in the garden. The strip of stainless steel shown in this photo reflects and completes the shape of the stone sphere. (But be advised that metal can heat rapidly in the afternoon sun.)

aknamarquez
aknamarquez added this to PatioMay 27, 2015

The illusion of reflection. An intriguing garden is one that seems to be more than it is. Consider adding intrigue to your courtyard or terrace, and making it seem larger than it is, by introducing the element of reflection. Certain metals have a reflective quality and are useful as sublime finishes in the garden. The strip of stainless steel shown in this photo reflects and completes the shape of the stone sphere. (But be advised that metal can heat rapidly in the afternoon sun.)

katpur24
katpur24 added this to caches and thingsMay 27, 2015

The illusion of reflection. An intriguing garden is one that seems to be more than it is. Consider adding intrigue to your courtyard or terrace, and making it seem larger than it is, by introducing the element of reflection. Certain metals have a reflective quality and are useful as sublime finishes in the garden. The strip of stainless steel shown in this photo reflects and completes the shape of the stone sphere. (But be advised that metal can heat rapidly in the afternoon sun.)

Similar Ideas
Grounded - Modern Landscape Architecture
Water Rill Garden, East Riding
Ravine House
Tour of Remodeled Homes
Rustic Canyon Garden
Secluded Haven
Large Hornbeam Hedge
LONDON Gospel Oak
Pocket Garden
Contemporary Indianapolis Side Yard

Need help with an existing Houzz order? Call 1-800-368-4268 (Mon-Sun).