126,905 OAK TREES Home Design Photos

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Great Pond
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e the trees! Were they installed while green or were they dried?
We are planning to put structural support posts both upstairs and down in our new house. I like the idea of using tree trunks, and wonder if we can use them green, or if we need to have them kiln dried for best results. We live in
and have oak, maple, hickory, black locust, beech and poplar that may be cut to build this house.
The trees were harvested on-site as the building project began. They were limbed slightly, stripped of their bark, and left to air dry during the early construction stages. During framing, the timbers were notched and secured in place over them, and during the remaining phases of the job drying continued
finishes, the trees were sanded and sealed with a penetrating oil.
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use this under May day tree!
if our third attempt to patch doesn't work, I could mulch under tree
Mulch or Tree Bark Floor option
this design describes emphasis because the tree takes up 75% of the image
Neat spare look for the Valley Oak
Like how they handled the area under the large tree. This might work at Brooks Street...
This looks like our lone oak....
“How gorgeous is this?!” — farmdreaming
Shannon Malone
Exterior
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love the tree as part of it all
love the house being built around the tree.
how to work around a tree
giant oak tree enclosed by the home. This particular part of the property, which the family loved, is surrounded by limiting geography, including a creek on one side. They had no choice but to build in this particular spot. "It's a beautiful old majestic tree, and we couldn't get rid of it," Marc says
integrate the tree into the design and build around it. Although it is a spectacular sight, Marc says, "It did break up the house. It would have had more open flow without the tree."
“warmth and color” — Alejandra Sandoval
Marcus & Willers Architects
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Sonoma / Sea Ranch Redux
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mature oak trees. He then added a skylight to bring in the canopy of those oak trees
mature oak trees. He then added a skylight to bring in the canopy of those oak trees. Willers also removed the ceiling to open the space to the full spatial height and expose the rafters.
mature oak trees. He then added a skylight to bring in the canopy of those oak trees. Willers also removed the ceiling to open the space to the full spatial height and expose the rafters. Sofa, chairs, rug: Room & Board; table: J. Grigg
“flooring and copper pole” — srram
Robert M. Cain, Architect
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Briar Creek Farm
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of live oaks and slash pines establishes the north to south axial sequence of entry, connector, living room and exterior view. Photo: Rob Karosis
Love the sunlight and green trees.
The architect oriented the long axis of this building toward a stand of oak trees to take advantage of cooler pools of air created by their shade.
small pine trees and chest-high grass and weeds removed to clear this greenway between a row of hard pine on the left and live oak on the right.
The architect oriented the long axis of this building toward a stand of oak trees to take advantage of cooler pools of air created by their shade.
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Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
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Private Residence - Mediterranean Tuscan
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majestic Live Oak trees, detailed travertine paving, expansive lawns and lush gardens. Designed and built by Harold Leidner Landscape Architects. House construction by Bob Thompson Homes.
four live oak trees were already in place to flank the urn, creating a hard-to-ignore destination in the garden.
large trees in the middle
Us without the trees?
Oak trrs, majestic live chip
citrus trees aloe? herbs which flowers? oyster tabby patio
Oak tree...in the oaks?
“Grava” — salus1
Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
Back Yard Shade Garden
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behind the trees. Working with the arborist employed to maintain the oaks on the 4 acre property, care was taken to plant and irrigate in such a way as to protect the mature trees.
The trees and plants around the lawn area. Looks very lush.
ancient live oak trees overhead to the plump hydrangeas, to the heliotropes and ajuga that knit everything together. Several of the abundant design concepts I admire appear in this scene, including a sense of timelessness. The pergola is partially obscured by a healthy wisteria, which has entwined itself around
border with trees, perennials and annuals is a time-honored way of masking the edges of a yard and making it seem larger.
“Clean up the garden idea” — mgregs
Key Residential
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Caruth Home - Fall 2012/Winter 2013
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on the trees/planting, but do not have the type of grasses. The beautiful landscaping was done by Jason Osterberger Designs.
porches with trees similar to our lot
idea for tree in front yard
existing red oak tree in front of the house. The tree also marks the start of a dry creek bed, which Key turned into a walkway from the street to the home's front door.Interior Design: Becci Meier Architectural DesignLandscape Design: Jason Osterberger
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