92,451 Terrace Level Home Design Photos

Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Woodland garden 1
Ideabooks2,129
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This seating wall was embedded into a hill in the front garden, effectively lowering the visitor closer to eye level for better viewing of the unique foliage. Photo by Jay Sifford.
a child-like experience for those who visit. The area was excavated and sunken into the surrounding terrain. With plantings placed higher than terrace level, the perceived scale of the visitor is diminished. The use of large-foliaged plants such as bear’s breech (Acanthus mollis, USDA zones 7 to 9),
With plantings placed higher than terrace level, the perceived scale of the visitor is diminished. The use of large-foliaged plants such as bear’s breech (Acanthus mollis, USDA zones 7 to 9),
The area was excavated and sunken into the surrounding terrain. With plantings placed higher than terrace level, the perceived scale of the visitor is diminished. The use of large-foliaged plants such as bear’s breech (Acanthus mollis, USDA zones 7 to 9),
“This seating area was designed to create a child-like experience for those who visit. The area was e” — tbennett4
Wheeler Kearns Architects
Fire Lane Retreat
Ideabooks9,512
Questions13
Employ irregular spacing. Lighting on a grid is a common approach and makes good sense when even light levels are required or for working around framing on an interior living space. But the more whimsical approach shown here conjures movement and invokes images of a starry sky, twinkling votives or lightning
Employ irregular spacing. Lighting on a grid is a common approach and makes good sense when even light levels are required or for working around framing on an interior living space. But the more whimsical approach shown here conjures movement and invokes images
Love cedar, lights, and multi level structure
immersion can influence terraced levels of living spaces and provide a way to incorporate playful elements, like these staggered light fixtures in the stair risers.
“Employ irregular spacing. Lighting on a grid is a common approach and makes good sense when even lig” — kuzzwhy
Matthew Korn Architecture AIA
Oyster Bay Cove
Ideabooks6,098
Questions4
love the symmetry of repeating same plants on each level
big boulders and terracing on slope
like the levels of same plants
One plant per level?
Terraced landscape...Terrace levels...terraced levels...Possible terracing
“garden mawe3” — mwakat
Designscapes Colorado Inc.
1 Review
Best Project Shots
Ideabooks2,066
Questions0
Love the levels of this garden and the outdoor fireplace
Terrace levels with rock retaining walls
Terraced levels...terraced wall...rock terraces
“Like large stone steps to fireplace” — mimkristen
Minchew and Company
8 Reviews
Terrace Level Living
Ideabooks137
Questions0
Terrace Level Living
“Play room” — guajardos
Boor Bridges Architecture
Ca
Ideabooks233
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There are now four terraced levels in the yard — a raised-bed garden, gravel horseshoe pitch, hot tub and deck. Since the spaces descend down the lot, they’re barely visible from the house
refreshed the landscaping. She used a mix of hardscape, mulches and ground covers to create natural paths between spaces. There are now four terraced levels in the yard — a raised-bed garden, gravel horseshoe pitch, hot tub and deck. Since the spaces descend down the lot, they’re barely visible from
also refreshed the landscaping. She used a mix of hardscape, mulches and ground covers to create natural paths between spaces.There are now four terraced levels in the yard — a raised-bed garden, gravel horseshoe pitch, hot tub and deck. Since the spaces descend down the lot, they’re barely visible from
“landscape” — anrdonnelly
Between Naps on the Porch
Between Naps on the Porch
Ideabooks596
Questions0
Southern Living Idea House in Senoia, Georgia. The home was surrounded on all levels with wonderful outdoor rooms and spaces. This seating area, hidden behind a brick wall in a cozy courtyard, was just off the terrace level family room. If you look closely, you can just see a charming potting station
Southern Living Idea House in Senoia, Georgia. The home was surrounded on all levels with wonderful outdoor rooms and spaces. This seating area, hidden behind a brick wall in a cozy courtyard, was just off the terrace level family room. If you look closely, you can just see a charming potting station
“potting sink & area” — cgerikson
Martha Angus Inc.
4 Reviews
Pacific Heights Family Home
Ideabooks3,739
Questions2
the levels and garden on a wall
sloped garden, terraced garden, vertical garden
room whatsoever.” More ideas for using artificial turf13. Terrace a sloping yard. Angus’ project here highlights another good method of increasing a tight backyard space. If you’ve got a severely sloping yard, consider terracing. Granted, terracing can be incredibly expensive, says Angus, because an extensive
extensive substructure must be created to support the terraces, but, as you can see, it provides more flat surface for activities. Landscaping ideas for a sloped site
“Tiered yard” — centralcoastoriginal
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