20,963 cypress siding Home Design Photos

Terra Ferma Landscapes
7 Reviews
Meandering Pathway
Ideabooks400
Questions0
Rocky path and Italian cypress hedge
This could flow well in our backyard except not sure about the italian cypress though….
Italian cypress
“Walkway” — svarson
Heartwood Corp
Huntting Landscaping
Ideabooks1,623
Questions3
Love how the cypress are a great natural fence allowing for increased privacy & noise buffer
Cypress privacy fence...cypress trees
“Green privacy” — cnscantlin
The Belding Group, Inc
3 Reviews
Peachtree Battle Residence Atlanta, Ga
Ideabooks1,574
Questions1
Italian pencil cypress and terracing style
Cypress trees...Cypress in pots?
“clean retaining wall details” — Spring Greenworks
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
Ideabooks14,304
Questions9
Jeff we planted Italian cypress but want to remove them because they are very bare at the bottom. How do you prevent that from happening? Thanks!
Do Italian Cypress grow in Wenatchee agri zone?
Italian cypress
“Pavers and plants” — cwright30a
Cord Shiflet
Cord Shiflet Dell Estate
Ideabooks1,922
Questions1
of the walls and it works well with the stone. We wouldn't have so many cypress trees, instead having palms and a more tropical 'florida' planting.
Italian Cypress, not certain I like the having them exactly the same on each side, would
love the cypress. want them in front and in back of my house
“Roof” — ameslem
Gerald D. Cowart, AIA, LEED AP
10 Reviews
Stephanie's Cottage
Ideabooks15,386
Questions9
The floor material is River Recovery antique Cypress. Finish is tong oil.
reclaimed cypress ceiling, floors, barn door. Cozy!
Cypress ceiling...cypress tongue and groove
“Door” — Michelle Roderick-Lee
Wettling Architects
7 Reviews
Shelter Island Beach House
Ideabooks3,648
Questions7
This was 6" wide cypress stained
cypress walls/ antique chestnut floor...6" wide cypress stained....Stain on australian cypress
“stairwell” — rth692003
Homer Oatman, AIA
4 Reviews
Homer Clifton Oatman, AIA
Ideabooks6,685
Questions5
Yes, they're Cypress trees. You can also look at pictures of the grounds of Filoli for yew trees that are similar (tall/cylindrical) but wider.
instead of ivy, use Italian cypress to "climb" walls
Italian cypress...Italian cypress trees
“italianate facade landscape” — brpbrown
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