45,061 HARDSCAPE Home Design Photos

Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Carmel Highlands
Ideabooks8,564
Questions4
Add interest by designing unconventional beds. Planting beds generally abut areas of hardscape. Why not create unexpected interest by working planting areas into your hardscape? To do this safely, plan for extra-wide pathways and appropriate lighting
Plant Your Hardscape for Unexpected Green
Platings in hardscape
beds incorporated into the hardscape
Planting in between hardscapes
green hardscape
“The succulent planting is wonderful” — sept13
A+B KASHA Designs
Normandy House
Ideabooks687
Questions0
install than pavers or other hardscaping, and can look just as chic. For a beach-inspired twist, try spreading crushed oyster shells instead of gravel — if you live on the coast, it may be cheaper than gravel, too.
Gravel costs less to install than pavers or other hardscaping.
A+B KASHA Designs Save to Ideabook Email Photo 8. Choose gravel instead of stone. Gravel costs far less to install than pavers or other hardscaping, and can look just as chic. For a beach-inspired twist, try
Gravel costs far less to install than pavers or other hardscaping, and can look just as chic
8. Choose gravel instead of stone. Gravel costs far less to install than pavers or other hardscaping, and can look just as chic. For a beach-inspired twist, try spreading crushed oyster shells instead of gravel — if you live on the coast, it may
“Like stucco” — cindyroo42
Portal Design Inc
1 Review
ottawa ave exterior
Ideabooks6,800
Questions10
hardscaping - low stone wall; new paths; concrete planters - add structure to a yard
Do some hardscaping: Build-in concrete planters, low stone wall or new paths in front yard
6. Do some hardscaping. Built-in concrete planters, a low stone wall or new paths are all great ways to add structure to your front yard that will last for many years to
6. Do some hardscaping. Built-in concrete planters, a low stone wall or new paths are all great ways to add structure to your front yard that will last for many years to come.
“Stairs and landing” — bdanielsen00
Portal Design Inc
1 Review
ottawa ave exterior
Ideabooks8,997
Questions7
boldly embrace your hardscape with planters
Boldly embrace your hardscape. At times a bolder approach is the best approach. Here the designer has embraced the use of hardscaping by creating and wrapping planter boxes in the hardscape. The effective use of plant material helps to soften and balance this
“Colors” — downunderthunder
The Design Build Company
15 Reviews
Rancho Santa Fe, Pool, Bluestone, Estate Driveway, Pool house
Ideabooks5,110
Questions1
In the previous photo we can see only one side of the hardscape. Here we see rhythm alternating between both sides of the hardscape. Notice how both the boulders and the landscape lighting balance this stairway from side to side, pulling the eye up to the top in a pleasing way. Having a cute dog as a
a focal point never hurt, either.The restrained use of boulders can be an effective tool in achieving continuity from one side of the hardscape to the other. Just be sure not to overdo it.
“how the big stones break up the stairs and add character” — Diane Littleton
Eric Brandon Gomez Garden Design-Build
2 Reviews
West Hollywood Refresher
Ideabooks3,718
Questions3
Use different materials to define zones. Create distinct areas in your backyard by varying the type of hardscaping. For instance, try using pavers closest to the house, concrete around a fire pit and gravel in between.
Use different materials to define zones. Create distinct areas in your backyard by varying the type of hardscaping.
12. Use different materials to define zones. Create distinct areas in your backyard by varying the type of hardscaping. For instance, try using pavers closest to the house, concrete around a fire pit and gravel in between.
“I like the big casual copper pot” — Deb Ilibassi Kucharczyk
June Scott Design
6 Reviews
Altadena Craftsman
Ideabooks725
Questions0
creeping over the edges of pathways and other hardscaped areas bring softness to a lawn-free yard. Grasses can also be a good lawn alternative in a front yard, especially paired with paving-stone paths and a ground cover.
using grasses to soften hardscape edges
edges of pathways and other hardscaped areas bring softness to a lawn-free yard. Grasses can also be a good lawn alternative in a front yard, especially paired with paving-stone paths and a ground cover.
Softens the edges of the hardscape
9. Make lush borders with tall grasses. Big clumps of grasses creeping over the edges of pathways and other hardscaped areas bring softness to a lawn-free yard. Grasses can also be a good lawn alternative in a front yard, especially paired with paving-stone paths
“Hard to beat the architectural grace of pink muhly” — Briana Lyon / Califia EcoDesigns
Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design
4 Reviews
Brettkelly Residence, Oakland, CA
Ideabooks2,080
Questions2
What materials are used for the hardscaping?
contrast of hardscaping and artificial turf on the ground repeats the gray and green color contrast in the home's facade.
The contrast of hardscaping and artificial turf on the ground repeats the gray and green color contrast in the home's facade. "I love the AstroTurf," Brettkelly says. "The kids
the way through to the front of the home. "I love how the house seems to exhale; it has this open, airy feel," says Brettkelly. The contrast of hardscaping and artificial turf on the ground repeats the gray and green color contrast in the home's facade. "I love the AstroTurf," Brettkelly says. "The kids
“color scheme” — ethiope
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