192,792 garden and courtyard Home Design Photos

Drawing Dept
8 Reviews
Belfast Residence
Ideabooks1,887
Questions2
Reading garden. 4x4 'Tennessee Tumbled' cobblestones and blue slate chips. Bloodgood Japanese Maple. Architect: Drawing Dept Contractor: Camery Hensley Construction Photography: Ross Van Pelt
What are the dimensions of the courtyard? Thanks!
The courtyard is approximately 21' x 14'.
Zen garden with a single japanese maple tree
Austere in its simplicity, this enclosed courtyard garden would make a wonderful
8. Zen GardenAustere in its simplicity, this enclosed courtyard garden would make a wonderful spot in which to decompress. A single Japanese maple and a low row of hedges are the only green spots in this Zen-like space; the crisp geometry of the stone and gravel completes the picture.
GardenAustere in its simplicity, this enclosed courtyard garden in Cincinnati would make a wonderful spot in which to decompress. A single Japanese maple and a low row of hedges are the only green spots in this Zen-like space; the crisp geometry of the stone and gravel completes the picture.
“hallways” — billyb555
Cultivart Landscape Design
Urban courtyards
Ideabooks20,020
Questions8
Como of rocks garden beds and seating
is pleasing.The varied shapes of the features within this section of a contemporary garden could have looked busy and cluttered, yet all the pieces fit together.
Curved lines really are a small garden’s or courtyard’s best friend. When mixed with straight lines and assorted plantings, they can create
Functional design. Functional design is a keystone of Bauhaus design used widely today in garden design. Instead of hardscaping and plant selection being used purely for decorative purposes, features within the garden work for their keep in addition to being visually satisfying.The beauty of this seating
EXPERT TIP: “In a small garden I find the combination of angles and curves a very useful design strategy,” says Mendel. “Curves are a very effective tool for successfully merging obtuse and acute angles which are changing direction. Curves can also give a more organic feel to a garden area.”
“garden” — woodninn
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Exterior
Ideabooks6,791
Questions4
Intended to be more than an observable minimalist Zen rock garden, the courtyard was also designed to be a gathering space for family and friends to enjoy the coastal Southern California weather all year. Designed in collaboration with landscape designer Carol McElwee, an outdoor fire pit and Koi pond
“aggregate and paving combo” — Shelley Hugh-Jones
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Pebble Beach Landscapes
Ideabooks11,995
Questions3
Very pretty courtyard for beach garden.
this courtyard is gorgeous
plants and rock courtyard
Courtyard Patio Sculpture by Richard McDonald
Pretty courtyard...Courtyard flagstone...OUTSIDE COURTYARD...Walled garden...courtyard flooring...nice garden nook...Courtyard landscape...garden wall...in Courtyard...Outside courtyard
“Plant layout” — jgitalia13
Vinci | Hamp Architects
Mid-North Residence
Ideabooks14,709
Questions13
What are the approximate dimensions f the courtyard space?
Love the courtyard! Is it thermally efficient for Chicago though?
With all the windows, do you find that inside space surrounding the courtyard ends up being too hot or too cold
You're right Jason. That was a typo in the previous comment. The courtyard is 24' x 38. The doors are 7'-6" wide x 10'-6" tall.
Thanks for the question. In the summer, heat buildup from the courtyard is not bad because the sun only hits the kitchen side. In the winter, radiant heat
heat in the floor plus forced air along the glass keeps the interior comfortable. A snowmelt system in the courtyard prevents accumulation.
U shaped around court yard. All rooms open up onto courtyard.
“Arboles no muy toscos” — rojasrascon
Utopia Landscape Design
6 Reviews
Carindale
Ideabooks3,818
Questions4
garden levels on the west side of the wall
The beautiful sit out and garden design
Dark wall for garden
mediterranian wall garden
g as the sun dips.WHY IT WORKS: It subtly blends into its surrounds, letting plants and landscaping features be the stars.WHERE TO USE IT: Gardens and courtyards. Indoor use will establish an industrial vibe.
modren front garden...garden colours...Engineered garden...garden wall
“硬叶植物也很好看 好管理” — wutulip
Sam Crawford Architects
Petersham House
Ideabooks1,748
Questions2
This wide shot of the room shows how well the new wing blends the indoors and the outdoors. The home has a rear garden and central courtyard. Flooring throughout is polished concrete, and the interior walls are lined with recycled brick.
This wide shot of the room shows how well the new wing blends the indoors and the outdoors. The home has a rear garden and central courtyard. Flooring throughout is polished concrete, and the interior walls are lined with recycled brick.
“Music room and study combined” — Caryn Davies
Howard Design Studio
2 Reviews
Georgian Classic Garden
Ideabooks21,914
Questions9
An English style Georgian home with walled courtyard garden. Photographer: John Howard.
not known for being drought tolerant. They like shade or partial sun and they cannot be left for too long without water. I'm amazed by how well my garden is 'hanging in there' with very little water and mature plants like these would live through a water cutback - but they are not really drought tolerant
Make the pool part of garden design
Front courtyard esp hydrangeas and hedges
ly speaking. In contrast, this classic, beautifully crafted brick wall not only defines a peaceful courtyard, but also is tall and solidly built, assuring security. Another benefit of masonry walls is their rigidity and density, blocking and reflecting unwanted noise.
“garden hedge” — Diana Morin
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