325,284 front gardens Home Design Photos

Nature's Perspective Landscaping
5 Reviews
Cottage Garden with Curb Appeal
Ideabooks3,355
Questions5
Goodbye to grass! A colorful palette of long-blooming perennials, shrub roses and ornamental grasses create a charming front yard cottage garden, brimming with curb appeal.
I have a small front yard with overgrown bed that need to be removed and grass in the rest of the yard. How difficult/costly would it be to pave the walk way, remove the grass and existing plants and install this garden look?
paver costs and attend seminars on installation. A front walk is used a lot, so careful installation is important. This is a look that can be adapted to your taste and budget- it's a matter of material selection and plant sizes. Our client loves to garden and so we left some areas bare for her to fill
“The wide ness oF the. Poarch” — lindarookstool1953
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
Ideabooks9,071
Questions5
I have an area in front of my home that I can get grass to grow and it is in my entry area. What would you recommend? Also it is very shaded
tie your garden to your region, giving it an all-important sense of place, and make it more sustainable at the same time.
Black front door and side windows
Create interest with plants. What you would like the experience of your front garden to be for your friends and neighbors? Richly textured planting designs help define the mood of the garden. Consider using plants that are either native or
like the experience of your front garden to be for your friends and neighbors? Richly textured planting designs help define the mood of the garden. Consider using plants that are either native or adapted to the region in which your home is located. This can help tie your garden to your region, giving it
“door and exterior color” — Laura de Jesus-Rodriguez
Ryan Nelson Photography
Roberts Creek House
Ideabooks1,518
Questions0
without the garden, but I like its unassuming profile
Huge garden-y type landscaping in front of house?
Love all the interest in the garden.
by setting the house to the back and opening up the sunny front for a garden, a driveway and a deck.Carol's knack for growing and her experience working at theDevonian Botanic Garden at the University of Alberta helped turn their front garden into a lush oasis. She planted a lively mix of hydrangeas
in-slab heating and a rainwater cistern, and is surrounded by landscaping designed by homeowner Carol Page, who once worked for the Devonian Botanic Garden at the University of Alberta.
“Wow again” — trouse5467
Tim Davies Landscaping
City Beach
Ideabooks12,973
Questions9
Looking for a unique garden that embraced the harsh location and unique architectural characteristics of the contemporary home, the owner employed the expertise of Tim Davies and Levi Carter of Tim Davies Landscaping to design and build this stunning landscape. Being in close proximity to the coast,
be closely considered to create a landscape that would be able to withstand the conditions. The client was determined to have a mature finish to the garden. In order to achieve this, Tim and Levi sourced a range of mature trees from around the state that were suitable for relocation. These species included
your gardens. What do you need to make a landscape design. We live in South Texas. The temperature in the summer is higher that a 100 degrees. We already have a garden but we want to make it better. Can you help me?
“Lighting” — becgib
Sharyn Cairns
Tracie Ellis' Home
Ideabooks2,870
Questions3
7 ways to make a garden
Would love to have a front outdoor space
there's no reason to exclude them from the front. Extend one from your house or create one that is freestanding,
Add a deck. Decks may not be the first thing that come to mind when considering front yard options, but if they work well in
your materials cost up front. Composite decks are organic looking just by virtue of the wood tone and grain, and are a great option for those wanting to warm up the more public part of their property.Choosing a Deck: Plastic or Wood?
2. Use the front yard. Though the front garden is rarely a neglected
function is constantly called in to question. Curb appeal looms large in front yards, but that’s not all they offer. Consider bringing some gardening and outdoor living front and center. Instead of building that back deck, build a front deck if that would work for your yard. Thinking of adding raised beds
“Front entry stair railings” — morrisonporter
Ana Williamson Architect
4 Reviews
Ana Williamson Architect
Ideabooks3,589
Questions9
Love this for my garden area and courtyard!
A single, squat heirloom pumpkin seems to have gone to the same paintbox as the red hot pokers in this front garden.
How to use it. While Kniphofia lends itself naturally to subtropical and Mediterranean gardens, it makes a great addition to any spot in need of color and clean texture. Lining an entry path in the garden shown here, a large clump of poker flowers projects up and creates a nice textural and colorful
“Covered area with brick” — ritcee
Lilyvilla Gardens
2 Reviews
Lilyvilla Garden Gate
Ideabooks2,927
Questions5
Custom garden gate Photo by: Josh McCullough, PhytoPhoto
Radiate heat? Like the walkway and then cover garden likewise
DoorstepsThe area between private and public spaces in houses where there is no real front garden can be a lost space. It has utilitarian requirements, such as safe access to the front door for deliveries and keeping free of cover for security. But we can claim this space and use it far more constructively
concrete steps and walls could overpower and dominate the entrance, but a clever use of planting not only softens the hardscape, but also creates a garden in its own right, with its own style and atmosphere.
“stairs” — jeromecoffey
Greg Mix - Registered Architect
3 Reviews
Sweet Bottom Plantation - No. 13 The Battery
Ideabooks5,097
Questions4
contains the master suite and two additional bedrooms. The current owners have furnished the house beautifully and built private Charleston style gardens to the side and rear.
the modern lifestyle. As you can see in the photos it contains a double spiral stairway. The three car garage is on the ground floor as well as the front entry, study, guest room and a pool bath which exist directly onto the pool area in the back yard. The main living areas are on the next level up or
I will have this pattern or someting similar on my front porch.
Focal points aren't just for bigger spaces. Though this very formal traditional front garden isn't strictly an alleyway or a passageway, I think its features gives us clues on how to use evergreen planting in narrow areas. The topiary evergreens at different heights give great structure to the space
“this looks good--when we paint the house white we can paint these also, and have a black top like th” — buddyandbarkley
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