Las paredes verdes son una tendencia que se incrementa cada día, no solo por lo increíbles que se ven, sino porque aportan vida y frescura a tu decoración, y por si fuera poco, en ellas puedes sembrar tus propias hortalizas para tu consumo y el de tu familia. ¿Te gustan?

Las paredes verdes son una tendencia que se incrementa cada día, no solo por lo increíbles que se ven, sino porque aportan vida y frescura a tu decoración, y por si fuera poco, en ellas puedes sembrar tus propias hortalizas para tu consumo y el de tu familia. ¿Te gustan?

Un fogón junto a la piscina, sólo falta la buena compañía para que sea un lugar perfecto

Un fogón junto a la piscina, sólo falta la buena compañía para que sea un lugar perfecto

Resultado de imagem para modern outdoor

Resultado de imagem para modern outdoor

Tranqilidad ! ..

Tranqilidad ! ..

[Jamie Durie's outdoor room] Wicked-cool; the man has incredible skills

[Jamie Durie's outdoor room] Wicked-cool; the man has incredible skills

Not just an interesting wall treatment, this ingenious wood sculpture also serves as the conduit for an irrigation system. Landscape designer Jamie Durie used recycled lumbar beams installed with a misting system to water surrounding vines and epiphytes.

Backyard Privacy Ideas

Not just an interesting wall treatment, this ingenious wood sculpture also serves as the conduit for an irrigation system. Landscape designer Jamie Durie used recycled lumbar beams installed with a misting system to water surrounding vines and epiphytes.

Tips from expert designer Jamie Durie on how to create livable, lovable outdoor rooms

Tips from expert designer Jamie Durie on how to create livable, lovable outdoor rooms

Acero y cactaceas

Acero y cactaceas

A Wooden "Beach":     In this serpentine deck by Jamie Durie, a narrow gap creates the illusion that the wooden deck continues seamlessly into the water. However, the water laps over a recessed area that's actually separate from the wood. — design and photography by Jamie Durie

Amazing Hardscapes

A Wooden "Beach": In this serpentine deck by Jamie Durie, a narrow gap creates the illusion that the wooden deck continues seamlessly into the water. However, the water laps over a recessed area that's actually separate from the wood. — design and photography by Jamie Durie

Jamie Durie developed the original concept for The Outdoor Room in Australia in 2008. His approach combines sustainability by creating well-lived-in outdoor rooms, as seen at this Melbourne residence.

Jamie Durie developed the original concept for The Outdoor Room in Australia in 2008. His approach combines sustainability by creating well-lived-in outdoor rooms, as seen at this Melbourne residence.

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