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3 Reviews
Solar Traditional House
but charming master bedroom overlooking the manicured grounds and pool. A 2 story dining room with windows galore was added with a view of a the rear garden. The house is not overly large but lives large with a separate living room, dining room, family room and 3 bedrooms and ensuites.
tropical landscaping and raised bed around the pool.
Corner of lot, privacy, plants close
Pool with planter & plants for privacy wall
Like the height of back planter with landscape. Pretty pool
“Pool” — ollirrac
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
We pride ourselves in designing unique landscapes that are a reflection of our clients desires and budgets. Projects range from outdoor kitchens, decks, fireplaces, construction to custom landscapes.
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Feldman Architecture
architecture to create a harmonious landscape. This can be a subtle but effective way to tie two disparate styles together. The proportions of the slender Victorian windows on this home are echoed in the walkway and planting beds.
Beautiful roof top garden off of
proportions of our home’s architecture to create a harmonious landscape. This can be a subtle but effective way to tie two disparate styles together. The proportions of the slender Victorian windows on this home are echoed in the walkway and planting beds.
“modern victorian” — lisalisaw411
The Great Canadian Landscaping Company Ltd.
8 Reviews
The Great Canadian Landscaping Company
planter box not only adds interest to one side of a pergola, but it can also serve as a handy spot for any number of vegetables and herbs. Keep the plantings simple and cohesive — a row of thyme or Swiss chard or, if shaded enough, varieties of lettuce. Or mix them up: tomatoes and peppers interspersed
“Pergola” — fdmusso
Ron Herman Landscape Architect
Valley Vistas
interesting strappy plant and flower on left
landscape and side walk
Ron Herman Landscape Architect
Garden lights...landscape lights...love plants!!!...beautiful plants...purple plants...landscape lighting
“Stonework is nice” — karlovich
Balance Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Wolf Creek
Raised garden bed as a feature - cladding on home together with clean lines
The walkway is great, with the plants and lighting along with the wood/(poly?) entrance frame
Path lights, bold style. Sometimes subtlety is called for; take the light fixture that recedes modestly into the plantings in the previous photo. In this landscape, however, the visual weight of the light fixtures, standing proud along the walkway, plays beautifully with the surrounding architecture
“Like the two tone colours” — sportydg
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Orinda Residence
What type of plants are growing at the base of the pool on the right side of the picture?
walled garden with benches and seating and multiple levels. Fab!
I like that it's landscaped and tamed to a certain point, yet left still wild on the outskirts.
concrete decking and planters. wooden bench worked in with concrete (forefront left). choice of plants
Could have negative edge falling behind the plants
love the greenery/grass planted in front of the concrete edge
“Chairs as a sitting area on back raised deck of pool.” — schiemanns
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Like the composition and plant material
Gravel and lined to an area in the garden?
grass and plant beds
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Gravel pathway for veggie garden
plants at the gravel
debora carl landscape design
debora carl landscape design
Back Garden...Garden scape...Garden st side yard...The garden...mass plantings...garden lighting
“Neat pathway idea” — Robert Hall
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
River House
concrete screen walls further extends the architecture out while screening the pool area from the neighboring property. Planting was selected based upon the architectural qualities of the plants and the desire for it to be low-maintenance. A fire pit extends the pool season well into the shoulder seasons and
and River Birch where also incorporated into the entry landscape, borrowing from the materiality of the Connecticut River below. The concrete facades of the house transition into concrete site walls extending the architecture into the landscape. A flush Ipe Wood deck surrounds 2 sides of the pool opposite
This site 30’ above the Connecticut River offers 180 degree panoramic views. The client wanted a modern house & landscape that would take advantage of this amazing locale, blurring the lines between inside and outside. The project sites a main house, guest house / boat storage building, multiple terraces
“Pavers” — trudytown
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