6,753 Aspen Home Design Photos

Dann Coffey Photography
Residential Exteriors
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Aspen trees. Looks like birch
Distinguishing traits. The trees are slender, with greenish white to creamy tan trunks while young, turning white with black scars as they age. In the wild, aspens grow in
quaking aspen trees zone 1-6
How to use it. A natural-style landscape adds to a sense of place — such as here, with aspens and native grasses. If you have wild aspens on your property, you may want to plant more. If the trees are thriving, you might have to cut back young ones that come up from the roots.
“Front porch” — cishelton
J Campbell Interiors
3 Reviews
Dallas Townhouse
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Thank you for your questions, The quartz countertop is from HanStone the color is "Aspen". The base color is a soft white, with flecks of grey, beige, taupe, and grey veining. HanStone Quartz is a great choice for countertops.
HanStone quartz, color aspen with undercabinet mount electric outlets
Hanstone "aspen". Gray and tan veining
“HanStone Aspen quartzite” — scarletmaple
Genus Loci Ecological Landscapes Inc.
8 Reviews
Drought tolerant poolscape
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quacken Aspens (tree) with bolders and ferns
Trees: Quaking Aspen for 3-Season Beauty c)
Quaking aspen wih boulders, ferns and wild flower under growth.
Quaking aspen in the front yard and back.
aspens look best with native plants such as ferns
Aspens look best combined with other
Aspens look best combined with other natural elements, such as boulders and native ferns. Also, you can sow wildflower seeds among them.
Aspens look best combined with other natural elements, such as boulders and native ferns. Also, you can sow wildflower seeds among them.
“Love the white birch - makes a nice statement” — Mauri Yopp
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Jon Eady Photographer
Cliff Line Road - Golden CO
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like aspens altough it looks a little
Hallway of aspens lighted
Aspen Branch divider wall
Wall with aspen trunks
aspen on side wall--for downstairs?
aspen branches...Aspen wall...aspen trees
“birches!” — sguest35
Gonyea Homes & Remodeling
2 Reviews
Taylor Creek Model - Spring 2012
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It's Owens Corning Cultured Stone - Aspen Country Ledgestone
Nice stone workIt's Owens corning cultured stone...Aspen ledge stone.Like arch detail above wall Like wall paint color...goes well with stone!
Owens Corning Cultured stone aspen country ledgestone
Owens Corning Cultured Stone - Aspen Country Ledgestone
“dorian grey” — lauriedixon
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Sun Valley
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These look like Aspen trees...bet it's beautiful in the fall although it looks beautiful now too!
Quaking aspen stand in back with a pathway?
I have to have aspen trees!
If you are impatient for a beautiful path, you have options! One option is to plant fast-growing trees such as birch, poplar, aspen or willow. They do not have as grand of a presence as oaks, walnut or hemlock, but they give the same feel of a towering allée. Make sure to cut off
“Lovely path through Birchgrove and Meadow” — GreenGold Studio
Lyon Landscape Architects
Willey Residence
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Quaking aspen - Populus tremuloides. They are native to the Sun Valley area.
Quaking Aspen for 3-Season Beauty b)
Quaking aspens...love them in the fall...beautiful yellow!
How to use it. A natural-style landscape adds to a sense of place — such as here, with aspens and native grasses. If you have wild aspens on your property, you may want to plant more. If the trees are thriving, you might have to cut back young
Quaking aspens easy to grow and very pretty.
Common name: Quaking aspen Botanical name: Populus tremuloides Where it will grow: USDA zones 1 to 6 (find your zone) Water requirement: Moderate Light requirement: Full sun (light shade is OK) Mature size: 20 to 40 or 50 feet tall
The typical landscape use of quaking aspen is in an informal grove, with trees randomly spaced. A somewhat grid-like placement creates a contemporary look here. Aspens do well with lawn watering. Note that the trees can have single or multiple trunks.
“check into Quaking Aspen.” — maryesweet
Locati Architects
4 Reviews
East Slopeside Chalet
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timbers, color palette and aspen wall
love the aspens, hate decor
Aspen wall...wall of aspens...Aspen Wall 2...Wall of aspen...like the aspen wall
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