190,973 Urban Garden Home Design Photos

Boekel Tuinen
Small city garden
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Here seen from the basement, where the bedroom is situated. Cosy outside living room. Sitting underneath the pergola with a protecting cloth. Garden made up of 50-50 plants-hard materials. Transparent bridge over a small pond. Lighting provided for evening use. Arjan Boekel
into the background of this lovely urban garden. As it’s designed to be enjoyed primarily at night, a bit of magic happens when the sun goes down. See more of this garden: Nightfall Brings a Dutch Urban Garden to Life
10. A secret garden. Whether you have a back garden, small terrace, balcony or fire
to help mask noise from the neighbors, and add proper lighting for ambience at night.Get ideas from more inspiring urban gardens
“Back porch” — petsmart6
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Favorite Plants and Cool Stuff
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height of 7 to 12 feet, making it a perfect focal point for a small urban garden. Its white and green variegated foliage brightens up a shady corner of the garden. The leaves may scorch in full sun. An occasional branch that sports solid green foliage is best removed. ‘Butterfly’ is beautifully suited
This upright tree reaches an average height of 7 to 12 feet, making it a perfect focal point for a small urban garden. Its white and green variegated foliage brightens up a shady corner of the garden. The leaves may scorch in full sun. An occasional branch that sports solid green foliage is best removed
suited for a shady corner of a small garden. To underpin
‘Butterfly’ is undoubtedly the best known variegated Japanese maple. This upright tree reaches an average height of 7 to 12 feet, making it a perfect focal point for a small urban garden. Its white and green variegated foliage
“"Butterfly" 7-12ft tall” — clauerj
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Brooklynn Courtyard Patio
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Create a secret-garden feel with climbing plants. Soften the edges of a mostly hardscaped yard with climbing vines and flowers. This works especially well in small urban gardens, as the climbing plants provide greenery and privacy, and make the yard
Secret garden effect with vines used in small yards
to it if you run into trouble during installation.5. Create a secret-garden feel with climbing plants. Soften the edges of a mostly hardscaped yard with climbing vines and flowers. This works especially well in small urban gardens, as the climbing plants provide greenery and privacy, and make the yard
yard seem more spacious.See more ways to use climbing plants in small gardens
“The tilework” — pattycat22
Tobin + Parnes Design Enterprises
Historic Brownstone Renovation
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What is the name of the slate that is used. Are their rectangles and squares here? do you think this would complement a small japanese garden ?
i like the incorporation of the gardens on the perimeter
Let garden square around the corner of property
The small enclosed garden creates privacy, intimate space and the mini pond is a bonus...
Get creative with urban gardens. City
City neighborhoods are seeing edible gardens springing up everywhere from rooftops and fire escapes to postage stamp backyards and community spaces. Greening up the city is a wonderful way to eat local, to be sure, but less obviously, it is also a boost to air quality. Even if you have room for only a few
“patio” — greina82
Billinkoff Architecture PLLC
West Village Brownstone
Ideabooks5,213
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What a lovely courtyard - a little urban oasis! Well done Nina Kramer. I love the tree too - never heard of it - I'll google to see if it's available in Melbourne, Australia under a different name. Update: Yes! Tilia Cordata - available here - National tree of the Czech Republic. Perfect height and
It's a Little Leaf Linden. I'm the Landscape Architect who designed the garden. I just signed up for my Houzz profile and was so surprised to see the image! Nina Kramer, RLA of Nina Kramer Landscape Architecture in NYC NinaKramer.com
Green up the city. Urban gardens in particular benefit from trees strategically placed for environmental benefits. Take time to study the movement of sun and wind around your house
“outside seating” — amwo73
Jeffrey Erb Landscape Design
5 Reviews
Central Park West
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container gardens for back and front porches
provide wildlife with benefits — through the variety of plants used as well as by the garden's very nature of being a small rural area in an urban setting.More: Let Nature Inspire Your Landscape: Grasslands to Garden
Even in small urban garden spaces, ruralist planting ideas can be applied. In this small yard, every available space, raised bed and container has been closely planted with
“planters” — nadya123
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Step Stone Pathway
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I plant garden paths in many of my projects. It's a terrific look & really helps to soften the space. These type of plantings require very good drainage & a good
smaller outdoor spaces.More:Garden Edging: Clean Lines for Your Landscape6 Great Tips from Urban Gardens
Mulch as necessary. To make sure your soil is evenly moist, conserve water and keep weeds at bay, apply a 2- to 3-inch layer of mulch in any bare areas of your garden. You shouldn't be able to see
Looking back to move forward. This small garden brings together all we have learned from the past. The structure is very strong, linking all areas of the space. The hard landscape is softened by the restrictive plantings, and the lime green chair provides a great focal point. By looking back we can move
“backtoside” — Torsten Jenke
Luxe Interior International
Morden Road Mews
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shows stepped planters with a glass balustrade at the top. Not sure glass would work in our garden, but good to get an idea. Not discounting it yet!
scrappy in a small garden, so identify a style you like and roll it out. Think about the aspects that define this style, from the layout, to the colours, materials and plant species. White built-in seating and rendered planters, for example, are often associated with modernist gardens, while richer earth
Boxed inWant some outside greenery but not much of a gardener? Fixed container planters like these are ideal for urban gardens. The raised height makes them easy to upkeep and the whitewashed concrete keeps the space feeling streamlined and contemporary. They also double up as seating so really make
“Separating wall with planter wall. Like concept.” — not_martha
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