11,154 Boulder Home Design Photos

Lucid Land Studio
eclectic garden
Ideabooks613
Questions1
add boulders to patio with brick or stone pavers
These boulders are a great place to rest
Walkway of fieldstone leads to resting boulder.
Awesome! Put the boulders right in the middle of the path!!
Large boulder makes a great place to rest in
These boulders are a great place to rest out in the garden. Their mass adds to the palpable experience of the well-planned garden, and the scrim of trees
boulders create a place to stop
“sitting boulders” — lisaannand
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
6 Reviews
Steel Walls
Ideabooks5,440
Questions2
Hi love the design you guys did! Are these faux boulders? How did you get them to hold up the steel
The boulders are real! I think of the stones as pinning the steel in place since the
and the boulders. I like the idea of boulders even without the steel walls
i like the steel walls and the boulders. I like the idea of boulders even without
Unqiue steel retaining walls set off with natural boulders
Steel retaining wall with boulders at end
eye-catching as the planting. Here, beds are backed by metal sheets, with huge boulders dotted around them and bordering the stone path. The planting itself is
be as eye catching as the plantings. Here steel backs plant beds while boulders add visual depth.
Love the corten steel and boulder mix!
“terrace” — zeldaanddakota
Highland Group
2 Reviews
Runnoe Residence
Ideabooks2,210
Questions2
boulders to separate lawn from natural space
boulder wall...spaced boulders...Hate boulders...Boulders in the slope
“Interesting” — lammle
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Back Bay Retreat
Ideabooks1,736
Questions1
boulder with bench and imbedded succulent
the idea of the boulder with bench and the stacked flagstone
In the area here the designer used a boulder to ease the transition
instances when a garden needs the same. In the area here the designer used a boulder to ease the transition between the end of the seating bench and the rest
Use a boulder as punctuation. Much like punctuation is employed to end a thought or to create a pause between related thoughts, there are instances when
when a garden needs the same. In the area here the designer used a boulder to ease the transition between the end of the seating bench and the rest of the
problem area in your garden that lacks cohesive flow, consider employing a boulder as a transition point or as a place where the eye can rest.
“Plant on the wall” — pattivz
Genus Loci Ecological Landscapes Inc.
8 Reviews
Drought tolerant poolscape
Ideabooks5,281
Questions3
I like the texture and color of this boulder
Use a boulder to mimic and repeat. There are certain instances in which you may want to employ boulders to repeat and reinforce
Use a boulder to mimic and repeat. There are certain instances in which you may want to employ boulders to repeat and reinforce an
Use a boulder to mimic and repeat. There are certain instances in which you may want to employ boulders to repeat and reinforce an
Aspens look best combined with other natural elements, such as boulders and native ferns. Also, you can sow wildflower seeds among them.
the technique of juxtaposition. Notice how the disparate shapes of the boulders, the birch trees and the retaining wall in this garden are shown to best
boulders and Japanese trees. And FERNS
“Good for side of house” — orravan
Jay Sifford Garden Design
10 Reviews
Favorite Plants and Cool Stuff
Ideabooks467
Questions0
interject an element to induce transition, e.g. boulders provide interest and contrast
japanese look of gravel, moss, boulder and ferns.
3. Interject an element to induce transition. Boulders can be used to provide interest and contrast
3. Interject an element to induce transition. Boulders can be used to provide interest and contrast. This gives the designer a natural opportunity to begin
begin something new. In this photograph a boulder has been cut into the metal edging along the pathway to provide unexpected interest and a natural transition
“the rock and pea gravel” — afs213
spokanemidcentury
Spokane Midcentury - Mary Jean & Joel E. Ferris, II House
Ideabooks4,262
Questions2
Focal point boulder with simple Japanese style
Great look - Boulder, stone, japanese maple, hosta
guests. "My mom was always very proud that Halprin picked each of these boulders out himself," says Sam Ferris. "He was very specific about the placement
size of boulder (for near fire pit)...Focal boulder (third level)...japanese maple w boulder...Japanese Zen boulder.....nice boulder...river stones and boulder...Large Boulders and Japanese Maple
“hints of japanese landscaping” — Benson Hsu
Princeton Scapes Inc
1 Review
lake house
Ideabooks29,783
Questions4
sloope can this style of boulder wall stabilize?
I love the look of this boulder wall that allows for plantings between the boulders. What is the slope
in some spots and I wonder if we can do this rather than a traditional boulder wall. Thank you!
upon the site - drainage, access, width the slope can run, size of the boulders, type of plants as well as the type of material the ground/ slope consists
Boulders with plants on slope front yard
large rocks/boulders, variety of flowers & grasses/textures & heights
Strategically place boulders. Well-placed boulders can stabilize the grade as well as create microclimates for a variety of plants. By deliberately placing
large boulders parallel to the top of the bed, you can create water-retentive planting pockets for moisture-loving plants. By placing smaller boulders pe
“Back yard rocks” — jmo410
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