Hotel and Spa Gardens

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"In Ghent, Belgium, the historical garden of an 18th century building under monument protection has been embellished with contemporary elements. Although the city villa “Hôtel...

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Garden inspiration from ACE hotel in Palm Springs
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It's freezing cold and snowy and while I love a white Christmas,  a little part of me wishes I was back on California.  Palm Springs...

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Do you remember discussing graffiti in the garden here and here? Remember I said it was going to be a trend...well I still believe that...it's...

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It is with a certain sense of Colorado girl pride that I share with you this landscape destination.  A Colorado ghost town turned knock your...

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The Hotel St. Cecelia in Austin, Texas has recieved some pretty good press for its design since opening last year. Happily when I stumbled upon...

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I recently saw that the Standard Grill in the Standard Hotel in New York installed a floor paved with pennies. Ever the designer, I quickly...

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Though internationally famous for making the best sundials around, David Harper has lead an inspiring life. His previous careers included being an apprentice thatcher, potter,...

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Surfing is one of those things I really (really really) want to learn to do.  I love surfer culture and want to enjoy the ocean...

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This is an interesting new hospitality property landscape. The Hilton Hotel Bandrung was designed by Werner Wong Design| WOW Architects. I really like the final...

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I am fascinated by the design of the SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills.  The hotel designed by among others Phillipe Starke is a fascinating break...

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indian persian morrocan design inspirationf or the garden www.pithandvigor.com
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Ok - so I am coming clean, I lost track of this series somewhere around part 5.....and to be honest, I am not sure I...

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India Madhavi is a Paris based interior designer who has a beautiful collection of stylish spaces on her website. As often happens she has moved...

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I found this via Dana Garden Design.... I am fascinated by the design of this hotel garden.  On the hotel website, it is described as a...

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I haven't done a Landscape Hotel in a while -- a little distracted with Spring. But I am in this mid-century design mood today and...

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I had a really great time on Thursday at the Architectural Digest Show in NYC.   If you have a chance, you can still attend tomorrow. ...

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I want a project that I can use these in...right about now.  Though the fresh snow was beautiful this morning in New England, to be...

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Surely you have seen Flora around - She has been featured in so many of my favorite magazines and deservedly so.   She has a beautiful...

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Wedding Cut Flower Garden Inspiration - 1. Retama monosperma #1,(Bridal veil broom) 2. ~Blushing Bride-Rose of Sharon~, 3. Blushing Bride Hydrangea, 4. Calla Lily 'Bridal Bliss', 5. 070108_astilbe, (Astilbe Bridal veil)6. Hosta 'Bridegroom' --- HostasDirect.com, 7. 052708_3, (Poppy Royal Wedding) 8. WEDDING FEAST, (Daylily) 9. Allison's Wedding (Daylily)
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Spring is coming and wedding season will soon be in full swing.  I am sensing a trend in this era of cost cutting and economizing...

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The gardens at Novus Taman Bebek Villas, Sayan, Ubud are the creation of Made Wijaya. If a client came to me with this project, I...

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Pruned has an excellent post about Pedreres de s'Hostal on the island of Minorca Spain.  The site is a stone quarry that closed for use...

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The Buffalo News reported this morning that plans are moving forward to rehabilitate a historic building (the first designed by the first internationally famous US...

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