1,123,548 contemporary garden Home Design Photos

Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Sunol Landscape
low-maintenance ground cover in both traditional and contemporary gardens. The stones in this garden add texture to the design and contrast against the smooth
Ground cover. Low-maintenance gardens have become a priority for many of us, and garden designers are looking for interesting materials
Hardscapes play a major role in contemporary design. Here, mixing and matching materials — concrete, gravel and decking
— works. While each material defines a specific space, whether it's the garden bed, entry area or pathway, keeping each area the same relative size and
“Drainage chain” — eroutzong33
Tim Davies Landscaping
3 Reviews
Love the natural noughts and crosses! Must add to our garden!
on is a powerful landscape design element particularly suited to contemporary gardens such as this one in Perth. Here the designer has planted several
Garden bed...Garden box plants...Deck & garden box idea...Garden box
“naughts and crosses game” — Jasmania Designs
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Modern Revival
Is “slow gardening” for you? It describes me quite well! #garden #book ...
has been a central feature of many traditional gardens in the past (now replicated in contemporary gardens with the use of plastic artificial grass).Creating
things that go against Slow Gardening principles. Leaving your grass to grow longer or including longer grass as part of your garden design will give you the
environment for beneficial insects that will help with pollination around the garden.
“soft "grass"” — karinmueller
BLUE Renovation & Landscape
3 Reviews
Contrast is essential when working with pottery in the garden.
is more than just decoration — it employs a favorite feature of contemporary garden design, repetition. To achieve the best results, each container needs
topped with a highly contrasting variegated yucca to create a powerful contemporary scene. By the simplicity, maintenance is kept to a bare minimum.
boundaries need to be defined.A repetitive line of containers can make a garden appear longer or wider.
know that. Arranging a number of identical planters in a row will give your garden a more formal, designer feel. It’s a look that’s easy to achieve – go for
“river rock beneath the potted plant?” — tkaat
Behr Construction Company
8 Reviews
Chevy Chase
The clean lines of a contemporary garden pool are a tailor-made backdrop for koi. The minimal plantings and
1. It enriches the space of the gardenOutdoor water features add a beautiful visual element to any garden, acting as the focal point of your landscape
contemporary, exciting!...Very contemporary, hugs the home...Contemporary garden...Contemporary water feature
“Water pond” — meistre14
Austin Patterson Disston Architects
Contemporary - Quogue, NY
Modern gardens. A modern garden can also be classic. Note how this contemporary garden has its roots in the past with formal elements such as symmetry
symmetry and clipped boxwood balls.See more garden styles
Divider for airconditioner and garden???
Contemporary - Quogue, NY...pocket garden
“I like this screening if needed” — lauriecsager
Banyon Tree Design Studio
8 Reviews
Magnolia Residence
Complete backyard renovation from a traditional cottage garden into a contemporary outdoor living space including patios, decking, seating, water and fire
Barriers, especially internal barriers, in contemporary garden design don't have to be impermeable. There are many times when we want to delineate an area
area without blocking the view through to the rest of the garden or landscape.Grasses with tall flowering spikes are ideal for creating this type of soft
“rock cage” — Eric Kessler
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Modern Transformation
Here's a well-divided contemporary garden in San Francisco, which has designated spots for sitting, playing
the gates, the simplified plantings, the bright orange cushions and the contemporary table. The sunken feel of the space, reinforced by the wall with plantings
simple orange accent placed against a gray concrete wall is all that this garden needed to bring the whole scene to life. "Adding bright pillows or painting
table and the swing scream summer fun for both kids and adults. The sunken garden space and the surrounding cement, wood and landscaped wall give plenty of
“concrete walls and steps” — lauriecsager
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