Small birch trees are growing woven into the design of the protruding wall panels. The copper wall finish looks beautiful against the green of the grass below and creates a bright space reflecting the light from the sun.
Although outfitted in a neutral color palette, this master bedroom is anything but plain. Birch tree bed posts climb up to the vaulted ceiling for a striking effect that visually adds height, while also making the space feel cozy. Other natural elements, like the wood beams and stone fireplace, give the room a rustic look.
A row of succulents adds a soft textural contrast to the shining copper wall in this patio space. Birch trees grow woven into the arched panels creating a unique 3D design. The blue and white striped patio floor adds a lightness to the space leading into the sittinga rea.
Evening light highlights the warm landscape lighting on this patio. Lights shining up from the succulent garden reflect off the copper wall for a shining accent to the design. A blue and gray striped patio floor creates a light foundation for the calm, asian design featuring dark brown chairs with white cushions.
A striped floor leads to the highlight of this patio design featuring a 3D designed copper wall. Birch trees weave through the protruding panels of the wall integrating the design with the garden. A row of lush succulents lines the wall with landscape lighting shining up and reflecting off the metal finish.
With a color palette inspired by the bark of a birch tree, this open kitchen functions as the hub of the home. The stainless steel hood provides a focal point among the dark cabinetry, eat-in kitchen island and pale hardwood floors.
Organic wall coverings are an excellent way to bring natural textures and colors into a room. In this bedroom, white birch tree bark adds instant winter-like flair. To fully envelope the room in this texture, it was installed on the walls, doors and the ceiling.
Sarah Richardson, host of HGTV's Sarah's Summer House, chose soft and tranquil linens for the guest cabin bedroom. She made the bedside lamp from a birch tree, bringing a natural element to the space, while French doors allow natural light to fill the small space.
Jen Hatmaker of HGTV's My Big Family Renovation loves wallpaper, but when she came across this idea for wall decals online, she thought, "why not?" The birch tree decals were inexpensive and easy to apply. She and husband Brandon love how the decals accentuate this bedroom's high ceilings.
When Gram graduated to a big-boy bed, Sara gave him a double partly because she didn't want to deal with bed rails. "He has so much space that he never rolls to the edge!" she explains. What's with the birch forest in the room? It's wallpaper, inspired by the woodsy view out the window. Young and fun but not babyish. Birch Tree wall mural from Urban Outfitters
To create a memorable front entry for this New England residence, landscape designers planted a grove of single-stem river birch trees that frame the front walkway. The trees' peeling bark pops in front of the home's horizontal cedar façade. In another striking play of contrasts, a gravel path is bordered by slabs of smooth granite.
To create this nursery, designers first painted the walls a pewter gray color; then, they added birch tree and owl decals to make the space fun and decorative. Once the walls were painted, designers brought in an IKEA dresser and added hand-crafted owl drawer pulls to tie the dresser in to the design of the space. They also added a multicolor rug, a white crib and a modern rocking chair to complete the space.
The details of this home's landscaping cleverly connect the separate outdoor areas. For example, here, the beach pebble gravel in the driveway is also used for the walkway, making a seamless transition from parking the car all the way up to the front door.
Glowing tree canopies above the dining space create a sense of both intimacy and relaxation throughout the restaurant. The mounted tree branches coordinate beautifully with the walls, which are lined with alternating white birch and yellow pine trees.