803,066 Landscape lighting Home Design Photos

Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Spanish Bungalow
Ideabooks7,903
Questions6
- to my mind this is a bit too formal and would really have to lineup with the added posts, but it does both obscure the fence and not block the landscaping inside.
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture Save to Ideabook Email Photo Fragmented stone slabs laid out in a circular pattern create a courtyard effect even if you don't actually
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape ArchitectureSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Fragmented stone slabs laid out in a circular pattern create a courtyard effect even if you don't actually
This landscape designer used Dymondia margaretae, a durable South-African ground cover that does best in USDA Hardiness zones 9-11. "As ground cover, the main thing
something that's going to end up growing super high, so it doesn't cover the pavers," says Drew Sivgall, founder of Southern-California based AMS Landscape Design Studios. "Make sure whatever you use won't grow above four inches, or it's easy to mow down or trim." Next: 6 options to consider
“aesthetics” — Kimberly Lessman
Liquidscapes
14 Reviews
More general images for Houzz.com
Ideabooks1,191
Questions1
Door is same color as shutters, I think. Side lights are white, like trim.
like front porch design and simple landscape
Front landscaping closest to house
like the landscaping
simple landscape...outdoor lighting
“It's fine” — Villemo Klockars
Boor Bridges Architecture
Biddle Residence
Ideabooks1,018
Questions1
relationship to natural landscapes with the enthusiastic family of four for whom we designed this ground-up, peace-infused southern California residence. Every room in the house enjoys natural light and ventilation, many of which utilize skylights to mitigate the need for artificial light during the day.
“color” — mkwaterdragon
Swaback Partners, pllc
3 Reviews
Architect: Jon C Bernhard
Ideabooks1,837
Questions2
the home's imprint on the property," says Bernhard. "This light touch on the site is further represented with the use of desert colors, textures and by blurring the line between the native and the man-made by engaging boulders and landscaping within the living areas." This included integrating water
Settled into the landscape nicely. Doesn't conflict with surroundings. Roof lines and mix of finishes.
fits into landscape...how do we do that?
decks and roof with solar panels, landscaping
“Outside” — redheadgonewild33
The Collins Group/JDP Design
2 Reviews
Cairn at the Cliffs
Ideabooks5,586
Questions4
I just love the look of these - would love to do something similar in my meditation cabin landscape
Andy Goldsworthy - Landscape artist.
Landscapes are especially moody when seen in the fog. These mounds take on an extraterrestrial presence thanks to the mist that coats the ground and softens the landscape around them.
The landscape
“Garden” — riverstonedot
Traditional Landscape
Ideabooks7,220
Questions2
Traditional Landscape
garden lighting...outdoor lighting
“wall with stacked stone” — Laura Koch
Platinum Series by Mark Molthan
3 Reviews
Exteriors
Ideabooks2,268
Questions1
what about this with light brick?
Like landscape of front
Exterior lights...Simple landscaping...Simple landscape
“exterior facade, nice shape” — roslyn38
Pacific West Tree Company
Field Grown Olive - Visalia, CA
Ideabooks1,516
Questions2
energy to an otherwise neutral landscape. Because a little red can go a long way, this hot color is ideal in dry climates, where plants are scarcer.
Use crimson flowers to bring vibrant energy to an otherwise neutral landscape. Because a little red can go a long way, this hot color is ideal in dry climates, where plants are scarcer.
“Under oak trees landscaping- color” — lal1173
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