6,674 garden rock solar light Home Design Photos

Blakely and Assoc. Landscape Architects, Inc.
Lost Tree Village, North Palm Beach, Residence (3)
Ideabooks6,262
Questions1
Pergola over hot tub. Candles light up the night in this backyard
Lighting and framing of outside by cat walk potentilly
Lights on the ground
lighting ideas with candles
Background up lighting
Love the lighting!!...pool lighting...japanese garden...Like the lights...Neat deck lights...Round lights good...Beautiful lighting...asain garden...ground lighting...landscape lighting...Evening garden...garden art...garden lighting...outdoor lighting
“lights” — kvthyh
Loudoun Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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Our experienced team includes a licensed architect and an interior designer. As an award-winning general contractor, we provide a true design/build approach managing your project from start to finish.
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Blue Ridge Landscaping
5 Reviews
Fall Landscape
Ideabooks338
Questions0
light trim around dark window with the red siding
Solar panels...like the rock work...maroon and rock
“exterior” — bsborkoski
Mueller Nicholls Cabinets and Construction
4 Reviews
Shower stall
Ideabooks2,896
Questions5
Montgomery, photo by Muffy Kibbey, large format grey tile, frameless glass shower door, river stone pebble tile mosaic, shower niche, wet location lighting, square showerhead.
Hi Naomi, it's Andrew from Anatolia Tile, its hard to tell from the lighting in the picture, but it looks like 12x24 Zera Annex Walnut or Sand. https://www.pinterest.com/anatoliatile/zera-annex/ Thanks!
River rock shower floor and small shower with large tiles
The rock floor. I'd like to do this as well.
and rocks we picked out with jill
“Tile” — tigress1
James Martin Associates
1 Review
James Martin Associates
Ideabooks1,771
Questions0
Nice light and love the driveway
upward tree lighting, and post lighting to show better number of the house
tree uplight, house uplights, planters at entry to sidewalk. add lights along sidewald and steps to carolina
driveway, and house exterior + lighting
Lighting on pedestals mark the entry
and the other landscape lights graze the highly detailed elevation of the house.
Reasons to Light Up Your LandscapeDefine an entry. The pedestals defining this driveway entrance would be lost in the dark. A spotlight on both sides not only illuminates the address on the right, but makes a statement that there is much more to see beyond the entrance. Notice here that the smaller trees
trees are highlighted and the other landscape lights graze the highly detailed elevation of the house.
“interesting” — sidashworth
Solares Architecture
9 Reviews
Gananoque Lake Road House
Ideabooks2
Questions0
Photo credit: Andrea Hunniford for Solares Architecture
passive solar design
Solares Architecture
solar hot water...solar thermal
Goodman Landscape Design
Goodman Landscape Design
Ideabooks1,145
Questions0
Charming and inviting terraced steps lead down through the gardens to water...Layers, levels, and textures make this an artful garden space...
the front of each riser with a slightly different arch gives the impression of antiquity while keeping them safe. For added security, a few hidden lights would help at night.
“Outdoor rustic steps” — rjdoran33
Goodman Landscape Design
Goodman Landscape Design
Ideabooks216
Questions0
love the configuration of this terraced garden up a steep hill. Stunning but practical design.
gorgeous lower garden
managing the mature steep garden
Mediterranean garden
solar lanterns...rock patio...moss and rocks...terraced gardens...garden details...multi-level garden...terraced garden
“solar lanterns” — 2crazygirls
Kimberley Bryan
5 Reviews
Rural Mid-Century Modern
Ideabooks582
Questions1
cement pavers, river rock makes a nice front entrance
Big blocks for walkway, river rock
Japanese maple in front garden after tearing out boxwood??
Like the river rock and concrete walkway
cement pavers and blocks, glass, river rocks and playful shadows created by open roofing.
rocks instead of grass on right of berkshire house
The front entry is a study in textures: fir wood siding, cement pavers and blocks, glass, river rocks and playful shadows created by open roofing.The homeowners created their own version of a screen door — a 3/4-inch board of fir plywood painted and dotted with circular cutouts.
“Piedra entra a la casa” — ceciliaaued
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