This natural master bathroom features a stunning living wall over the tub. Next to the sliding door entrance, a cabinet also adds a natural touch with an organic pattern and an artistic piece of driftwood.
The grasses and trailing plants in the pockets are non-fussy plants that add texture and color, and the homeowners will enjoy being able to pick fresh sprigs of parsley and mint while enjoying their privacy.
A trio of gooseneck lights in fire engine red play off the color of the bistro chairs and keep the space feeling fresh and playful. Gray, concrete planters add a modern accent and create the perfect spot for a lush wall of greenery.
This small urban landscape design for the entry of a 1920s hillside house incorporates an eclectic mix of plantings with contemporary hardscape design using bluestone and pebbles. A custom-designed interpretation of the old carriage house doors updated the look while respecting the integrity of the architecture. The space is completed by a fountain which provides a welcoming presence for people as well as hummingbirds.
A covered entrance, vertical gardens and concrete stained a warm terra cotta hue brought the Birds of Prey Courtyard Garden at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2013 alive. Designed by Davis Dalbok of Living Green Design, the living walls are draped with conifers, mosses, collectible Japanese maples and rare miniature baobab-type trees.