In the midst of this busy city, a rooftop oasis awaits. A Diamond spa greets homeowners as they come home from a long day. To help maintain privacy while homeowners enjoy their luxury getaway, Ipe slats and bamboo trees have been added to the space.
A bamboo bench and armchair bring texture and tropical flair to this classic white master bedroom. Palm tree lamp bases also nod to the tropical theme without being kitschy. Bamboo Roman shades with a navy border combine both the tropical and classic styles of the bedroom.
HGTV designers turned this large, austere side yard into a stunning outdoor living room with fabulous landscaping and a creative bench design. Bamboo trees planted around the perimeter add a feeling of privacy to this comfortable outdoor space.
Since this building is located in New York City's historic neighborhood of Tribeca, designers had to develop a plan that would meet the client's desire for a modern, clean setting while also meeting the requirements of the Landmark Preservation Committee.To do this, designers added an Ipe wood fence around the Diamond spa and bamboo trees to help keep the space private.
We all need a space to unwind at the end of the day, but what better place to relax and unwind than an Asian spa inspired master bedroom and en suite? Every facet of this space is designed with tranquility in mind-the muted, natural color of the accent beams, the bamboo tree and the natural light pouring into the space work together to give the space the feeling of an Asian spa, the perfect place to relax.
In this contemporary exterior lounge at condo residence in Brazil, the designer used an ecological fire pit by Construflama. The negative edge pool blends with the landscape, and plants such as bamboo and trees offer privacy and maximize the view. The project by designer Alex Hanazaki won a 2014 American Society of Landscape Architects award.
Mahogany-trimmed glass doors lead the way to a quiet patio oasis, complete with a small outdoor table and pair of chairs. Towering palm trees, bamboo and other tropical plants surround the space, providing a natural element of privacy.
This window design brings connection and functionality between the patio and living areas of the home. The large sliding window creates a dynamic space that can be opened up to accommodate more guests or just to enjoy the outdoors. The trees provide natural shade over a small patio and bamboo plants.
This imaginative configuration incorporates trees, bamboo, walkways, an outdoor oven and decking made from Yellow Stringybark into a natural open space by COS Design. Landscape by Signature Landscapes.
This 1,672-square-foot Santa Barbara, California home features stunning tropical landscaping, including fruit trees, palm trees and towering bamboo plants. The ranch-style home boasts mahogany wood accents throughout and easily incorporates indoor-outdoor living with open air kitchen, dining and living spaces.
Landscape designers for this backyard paid careful attention to the plants' texture and size. Thin, narrow bamboo is used as a privacy screen, as well as an existing cherry tree. Succulents and perennials bring in color.
Designer Beth Dana converted the space to a bright, finished-looking studio. When the original 1920s doors are open, the studio becomes a tropical oasis, with avocado and orange trees, bamboo and a trellis overflowing with bountiful climbing roses.