29,794 New England landscape design Home Design Photos

Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
Wagner Residence
Ideabooks4,834
Questions5
hay bales seen across the New England landscape. Architectural Design: Keith Wagner with Birdseye Design Image Credit: Westphalen Photography
architecture gives way to the landscape and allows visitors to focus on nature. Keith's own large spherical sculptures dot the landscape and evoke the rolled hay
his love of flat land and open sky when it came to selecting a site and designing his own home. The resulting assembly of wood and metal outbuildings forms
are used in the H. Keith Wagner Partnership modern farmhouse design with the gravel and rusted spheres? Also, where can I find similar spheres
hay bales seen across the New England landscape. Architectural Design: Keith Wagner with Birdseye Design Image Credit: Westphalen Photography
“looks like ridgebacks” — Mitzi Bissell
Rutland Nurseries, Inc.
Landscape Design MA
Ideabooks18
Questions0
.... Landscape Design Massachusetts. Rutland Nurseries, a premier New England Landscape Design Firm located in Central Massachusetts, offers award winning
winning design and full service landscaping construction throughout Massachusetts and New England. Rutland Nurseries, Inc.
Landscape Design MA
“White yellow daffodils” — ncskasweet6
Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)
1 Review
New England Farmland
Ideabooks259
Questions1
back of the new addition makes space for a bocce court and lawn. Photo by Randy O'Rourke, published in Home Outside: Creating the Landscape You Love by
JMMDS created a new drive court, entry stairs, and herb terrace to complement a new addition to an old New Hampshire cape. We reoriented the axis of the
when turf is necessary. I generally begin by asking new clients whether they have a lawn by design or by default. The lawn shown here, highlighted by a
takes possession of the lawn, and why not? If you have a purposeful lawn by design, own it.
when turf is necessary. I generally begin by asking new clients whether they have a lawn by design or by default. The lawn shown here, highlighted by a
takes possession of the lawn, and why not? If you have a purposeful lawn by design, own it.
“pot” — claudiaochoa
Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)
1 Review
New England Farmland
Ideabooks36
Questions1
back of the new addition makes space for a bocce court and lawn. Photo by Randy O'Rourke, published in Home Outside: Creating the Landscape You Love by
JMMDS created a new drive court, entry stairs, and herb terrace to complement a new addition to an old New Hampshire cape. We reoriented the axis of the
isn't it? Unfortunately, we can't take any credit for it...we did the landscape design only. Sorry not to have the information for you!
“Looks Vermont-y re: plantings & it is! Fits our farmhouse look.” — kewnau
Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)
1 Review
New England Farmland
Ideabooks6
Questions0
back of the new addition makes space for a bocce court and lawn. Photo by Randy O'Rourke, published in Home Outside: Creating the Landscape You Love by
JMMDS created a new drive court, entry stairs, and herb terrace to complement a new addition to an old New Hampshire cape. We reoriented the axis of the
“Farmhouse” — fharrison43
Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)
1 Review
New England Farmland
Ideabooks74
Questions0
back of the new addition makes space for a bocce court and lawn. Photo by Randy O'Rourke, published in Home Outside: Creating the Landscape You Love by
JMMDS created a new drive court, entry stairs, and herb terrace to complement a new addition to an old New Hampshire cape. We reoriented the axis of the
“Contrast - soft and hard” — fharrison43
Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)
1 Review
New England Farmland
Ideabooks50
Questions0
back of the new addition makes space for a bocce court and lawn. Photo by Randy O'Rourke, published in Home Outside: Creating the Landscape You Love by
JMMDS created a new drive court, entry stairs, and herb terrace to complement a new addition to an old New Hampshire cape. We reoriented the axis of the
“Farmhouse” — fharrison43
Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)
1 Review
New England Farmland
Ideabooks62
Questions0
back of the new addition makes space for a bocce court and lawn. Photo by Randy O'Rourke, published in Home Outside: Creating the Landscape You Love by
JMMDS created a new drive court, entry stairs, and herb terrace to complement a new addition to an old New Hampshire cape. We reoriented the axis of the
“Like tiered look but doubt we'd want it with so much stone ... Hmmmm?” — kewnau
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