181,983 garden steps Home Design Photos

Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Bristol Road Residence
Ideabooks4,624
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wide and deep capping on the steps
We need new garden steps these steps are stylish and lean cut.
Brick lick and stick on front steps
Love the stone steps.
Like the stone steps.
Possible step design
love the treads/step face combination
well done steps...Step design...Garden sculpture...Great steps...Rock on steps...Garden steps...Nice steps...Rocks steps...Stairs in garden...Outdoor steps...front steps...Landscape steps...Savvy steps....stone steps...stone steps
“Steps” — drwagner
Huettl Landscape Architecture
8 Reviews
Concrete Garden steps
Ideabooks1,470
Questions0
glue festuca popping out in spaces between steps
Gardening in the steps. Fescue, thyme, and other low-growing plants soften lines, and add color and texture.
Offset, angled steps with spacing for vegetation
Concrete steps can seem unwelcoming, but not the ones shown here. Fescue, thyme, and other low-growing plants soften their lines
a rock gardenHow can't you use blue fescue? Its growing tolerances mean it thrives in many different conditions, but its adaptable appearance suits almost any garden style: modern minimalist gardens, contemporary coastal gardens and even lush, natural-style gardens.
crete steps can seem unwelcoming, but not the ones shown here. Fescue, thyme, and other low-growing plants soften their lines, and add appealing color and texture.
“Formal/Modern” — Amalia Williams
JSL Exteriors Landscape Design/Build
Spiritual Gardens (not religious)
Ideabooks2,263
Questions1
gazing ball by front door garden?
Steps down to our outdoor living
For front steps, maybe? Instead of copying Penny's?
vegetable garden, it creates a 360-degree view up the rock stairs and to the garden behind. What a wonderful way to begin a journey!
think this garden sphere is breaking all the subtle rules of intrigue by being placed on a pedestal in full view. But this ball still fits into the design seamlessly because it works as a visual extension of the pillar and the stairway. Instead of sticking out like a sore thumb in the middle of a vegetable
“mix of plants up a stairway; materials and focus” — Eric
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
Main Street Landscape is your choice for landscape contractors in Northern Virginia. Offering full-service landscape architecture design and installation.
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Paces Construction Co
5 Reviews
Outdoor Rooms and Spaces
Ideabooks1,929
Questions4
these garden steps for a small Buckhead garden.
them as garden railings. Each one needs to be custom fitted to the space, and we carve supports with a chain saw to properly mount them. We also seal the railings with clear penetrating oil to deter rot, and sometimes stain them, as well. If you are in the Buckhead area of Atlanta call us, or contact local
fence idea coming down side of house (stone steps)
Steps-Not ALL wood, small rocks used therein
hand rail and steps to go to very back of yard
Garden with ferns and green shrubbery
The Stairs.. looking for ideas for stairs leading to the garden
“foliage” — mcyrus106
Plusen Landscape Architects
1 Review
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Ideabooks7,905
Questions3
Where do I find stones to make steps like that?
Might be the way to go - a few steps, then a wider one, then back to narrow.
steps, gate and large bolders
Gate treatment and steps with diverse topo
I like the dividing privacy and stone steps
from one garden room to the other. Gates mark transition points, but they also create enclosure and make a room private. Close the door to shut out the sounds of the street and passing traffic, or just to feel like you’re secluded in your own little paradise.If you’re looking to fence in your backyard,
“Landing” — louise607
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks1,484
Questions1
steps to rooftop for nighttime viewing?
would love these steps for our front yard!
Garden Stair Rails are metal. Here we see some enviable garden steps. Note the elements involved, particularly the metal stair rail and the boulder wall. These two elements have comparable sizes and shapes yet contrast in texture
nice use of metal by steps
future steps to the ocean in the future
metal with wood steps incorporated into already-existing tall stone walls
enviable garden steps. Note the elements involved, particularly the metal stair rail and the boulder wall. These two elements have comparable sizes and shapes yet contrast in texture and, more subtly, in color. I don't know about you, but I want to take a walk down these steps and spend some time in this
“1” — mimarak
Remick Associates Architects + Master Builders
Napa Vineyard House
Ideabooks2,693
Questions1
The steps actually align with the terraced landscape, a considerate means of tying the two together.
stepped beds follow stairs and separate space
retaining wall idea. Stepped and planted
site. The steps actually align with the terraced landscape, a considerate means of tying the two together.
Terraced strips of vegetation on the exterior match the pattern of steps on the interior of this home. With translucent glass, this relationship between the exterior and interior is beautifully
“terracing maybe like this down the backside” — stacey1605
Traditional Landscape
Ideabooks5,613
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with the steps? How much maintenance is invoved with this approach to keep the look intact?
on the steps to prevent slippery alges. The picture above looks sunny/half shade to me.
Stone garden steps / terraced landscape
steps down into orchard from perennial garden
Stone steps and gravel and limited color palette
Can do this to the front steps leading down to the porch steps
Steps could be made wider. Flowering plants could spill in.
THis is the feel I want for our patio garden!!!!
Steps to waterfall. Remove soil and replace with pea gravel
stone steps or incorporating existing boulders and exposed ledge.
I love to see hillside steps designed with natural materials like rock or stone. They fit so beautifully into the garden, as if they have always been there. Tuck a few flowers into the little nooks and crannies created by the natural
“Steps could be made wider. Flowering plants could spill in.” — heidijohnson01
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