In addition to its traditional use, magnolia garland can also be arranged in a variety of different shapes such as wreaths or topiary. To create a magnolia topiary for your yard, add the garland to a wire tomato cage, then keep it secure with zip ties.
Designer Helen Richardson artfully arranges a topiary and art on top of a dresser in this traditional entryway. White stair risers, posts and trim pop against the rich red two-tone striped wallpaper. Grouping accessories in odd numbers and varying the sizes and shapes of the pieces adds visual interest to the collection.
Here's an unexpected structure on the grounds of a beautiful beach house: A chicken coop! Oversized flowers and packed flower beds add to the wild feel of this outdoor space, while topiaries bring a sense of form and order.
The parterre style of the garden is defined with strong elements like topiary boxwoods in varying shapes, layered with softer plants like hyssop. The linear gravel walkway leads the visitor from the house to a formal, round fountain, and their eye to the lawn and landscape beyond.
This dining room features a round pedestal table, slipcovered chairs, a delicate silver metallic chandelier, a framed Barnstable County map print on the walls, and a pair of triple-ball topiaries, which add a pop of color in the otherwise all-white space.
A trio of woven seat back stools take center stage at a marble topped kitchen island embedded with dining counter, inside this Point Lorna, California, villa home. The marble island dominates the kitchen and features enough practical above and below making it ideal for entertaining. The seating provides a window view of a garden courtyard which is complemented on the interior by potted topiary features.
Historical inspiration was drawn from gardens in the United Kingdom's National Trust properties for this landscape. The succession of rooms defined by formal pathways, focal points and ornamental plantings are typical of classic parterre-style gardens.
The exterior of this large brick home is inspired by several Old World European styles. Curved archways and windows, Juliette balconies, brick balustrades, a dormer window, potted topiary and ceramic lions are a few details that set this home apart.
This ranch home combines a variety of building materials to create an adorable cottage look. The brick siding, cedar shakes, slate patio tiles and stone planters mix beautifully with the swirled topiaries, pine-needle mulch and flowering window boxes.
Dark gray walls set the tone for romantic dining room, accented by the rustic nature of the reclaimed table and linen chairs. Custom drapery is drawn back for a dramatic touch, while topiaries set against framed neutral fabric create instant sculptural art pieces.