18,543 brick flower beds Home Design Photos

Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
From Pre-Fab to Farmhouse
Ideabooks1,732
Questions0
Gorgeous garden! The herringbone brick walkway would look great with my dream home (colonial saltbox) style! I would add a few raised beds for veggies and plant fruit trees instead of ornamentals. I like the traditional boxwoods to add
brick wall around edge of yard
brick straight line with center features and corner containers
“garden” — Kate Wallace
BCV ARCHITECTS
1 Review
Historic House
Ideabooks760
Questions1
The brick work would look nice with our house design. Tumbled brick is an important design element IMO. Possible railings?
Grey trim with tan roof and brick
Flower Box above entry roof
brick base...Brick with stucko...flower pots...brick columns...brick flower beds...brick patio...brick stairs
“Door” — irapleas
Greymark Construction Company
7 Reviews
Artists Studio in Houston
Ideabooks147
Questions0
flower bed
diagonal brick...brick patio...brick pool surround...orange brick
“крыша” — davidberezikov
Susan Cohan, APLD
11 Reviews
Entry
Ideabooks3,485
Questions2
What is the name/color of the brick?
This was a full range brick from a local supplier in Morristown, NJ. I don't recall what manufacturer it was.
raised handrail/flower bed....except use railroad ties
like this idea of creating a planter on top of the brick wall
We have sloping front yard / would be gorgeous, especially with native stone instead of brick.
I like how they arrange the flowers.
“Ascending planter box is unique” — rjau
Fowler Interiors
2 Reviews
clemson
Ideabooks1,731
Questions2
using the brick as an edging for landscaping too, don't forget to dig a slight trench for them (as in the previous example) to help the plants from spreading underground.
Brick can work in a variety of ways. It can be set vertically with or without grout as a mowing strip for a large space of grass. If you're planning on using the brick as an edging for landscaping too, don't forget to dig a slight trench for them (as in the previous example) to help the plants from spreading
“Take off lower level. Separation of porches” — smithb8
David Thorne Landscape Architect
8 Reviews
City of Piedmont 2009 Design Award
Ideabooks3,000
Questions0
lovely flowers - for 1st terrace
Love flower beds & the stone wall
Flower beds I'm front of the house
Brick wall with plants
Brick flower beds...walled beds...Rock wall flowers....Plants & brick wall...skinny flower bed4...blue flowers...Flowers behind wall...Flowers- rock wall
“Rockery, border” — gavinlyons
Vanguard Studio Inc.
2 Reviews
Hathaway Residence
Ideabooks2,446
Questions0
brick, stucco, stone
raised flower bed and steps
Brick flower bed
brick paint trim...Flower bed...flower beds...Flower bed wall...stone and brick mix...BRICK COMBINATION...Brick rock stucco
“stone” — carolyadams
Suiter Construction Company, Inc.
Custom Built Brick and Stucco Home
Ideabooks1,085
Questions1
Custom Built Brick and Stucco Home
Brick and stucco traditional custom home
brick and tabby - starburst design with brink
Brick flower bed transition to patio
brick & tabby fire pit circle
Austin likes the brick and gravel patio.
obstruct view also good place for birds/plants. I also like the brick plant border in front
What do you like about this photo?brick and white
“Brick pattern” — redhd471
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