43,011 HARDSCAPE Home Design Photos

Vanni Archive/Architectural Photography
Patio, Historic Townhouse, Brooklyn, New York
view. I love how the simple peninsula of gravel defines the table area and how mis-matched pots and planters sprinkled around the space soften the hardscaping.
“Green olants” — sarahmcmullen
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Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Perhaps your hardscape is firmly established and not easily changed. No worries. Redesigning your bed lines to create more graceful curves will give your space that flow
“shape” — dcharuhas
Secret Gardens
Sydney Waterfront
Like the design, the materials selected for the hardscape are sparse and pared down. The Australian hardwood decking adds richness and warmth to an otherwise cool and monochromatic palette. “The interior warmth comes from solid wood furnishings, and that was mimicked with the timber decking outside,”
“swim” — saqibab
Slater Associates Landscape Architects
Secret Garden
appealing when you walk through it, but it should also look beautiful from your bedroom window as well. A sense of symmetry balanced in landscaping and hardscaping will make sure your garden develops into part of your home's pleasant view.
“jadevine” — kdmja
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Grass Terraces
More often in contemporary gardens, hardscaping can be the overriding design feature, as with these simple concrete retaining walls.The plantings are used to emphasize the clean lines of the walls
“blue grass” — Michelle Berry Horn
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Sunol Landscape
Hardscapes play a major role in contemporary design. Here, mixing and matching materials — concrete, gravel and decking — works. While each material defines
“ogrod” — aniolekfiolek
Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Menlo Oaks Residence
Southwestern garden could be custom made for a contemporary landscape. The plantings are sparse, typical of an area where rainfall is scarce. The hardscaping materials mimic the colors of the house, allowing the landscaping to feel like it is an extension of the home rather than a separate space. The single
“white and wood” — emily_murtha
Katia Goffin Gardens
6 Reviews
North Arlington Residence
more of that? To me, a go-to garden is all about people and plants, how they interact and coexist. Unless you have a good reason to use excessive hardscaping, why not use mulch or gravel instead? Both are permeable, inexpensive and, most important, feel great under your feet. Mulch pathways cushion the
“Pebble path shape and color” — djanigian
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