Matching twin beds dressed in a baseball motif create the quintessential all-American theme for this boy's bedroom. Green wall detailing defines the bed area and adds a burst of color to the neutral space.
The narrow stripes of a hand woven stair runner echo the blue and white striped wallpaper, lending to a boathouse look in this hallway. Vibrant red doors and coordinating lampshade complete the all-American color palette.
This dog house, featured on HGTV All American Handyman, is perfect for a pint-sized family pet. Vented sides, a functional front door and a welcome mat make it a comfy outdoor spot for your four-legged best friend.
Celebrate the fall season with an all-American palette of red, white and blue with a warm, autumnal twist. To add a touch of texture, layer bright reds and blues with table cloths, napkins and placemats made of natural materials.
It’s easy to kick back in this transitional family room. The red and white ottomans combined with the blue pillows create a relaxing all-American color palette. The white fireplace mantel and built-in bookshelves give the room a big dose of sophistication.
Despite their association with all things American, apples actually hail from what is modern Kazakhstan. The only apples native to America are crab apples, like Hewe’s Crab Apple. Recorded as early as 1717, this little apple was also known as Virginia crab and was mainly grown for making cider. It was one of Thomas Jefferson’s major cider varieties, with trees filling a large portion of the north orchards at Monticello.
When planting a hanging terrarium, it is vital to create a mini environment where all the plants flourish equally, says Joyce Mason-Monheim, floral director for Accent Decor and a member of the American Institute of Floral Designers. The orb-shaped hanging vase planted with succulents shows how you should use all succulents or all cactus in the planting because they require the same amount of light and water.
For the Daniels Lane Residence, the client expressed a desire for a natural landscape. LaGuardia Design Group started by using native plants that followed the color and texture of the home as well as the movement of the ocean, drawing it all together. Cape American Beach Grass and Red Fescue were used, which both move fluidly in the wind bringing water like elements to the dry land.
In this modern terrarium, floral designer Laurel LeMaistre used a combination of natural found material, such as birch bark and swirled branches along with petite orchid plants, and polished river stones. Orchids are a staple flower for all modern design, and their simplicity and longevity make them a perfect choice for terrarium work, says LeMaistre, a member of the American Institute of Floral Designers.
For the Daniels Lane Residence, the client expressed a desire for a natural landscape. The vision was to create a place where the home was organically integrated into the landscape. LaGuardia started by using native plants that followed the color and texture of the home as well as the movement of the ocean, drawing it all together. Cape American Beach Grass and Red Fescue were used, which both move fluidly in the wind bringing water like elements to the dry land.