153,227 garden Home Design Photos

Legacy Landscapes, Inc.
6 Reviews
Anonymus
Ideabooks1,852
Questions1
gray stained concrete with grass strip. The client supplied a greenhouse which we created a stone based and outdoor garden area for. It was all very natural and flowing. This garden was featured on HGTV's Ground Breaker Series. Mark Schisler, Legacy Landscapes, Inc.
we need smaller version for back yard and incorporate kitchen garden
“transition from stone pathway to deck bridge” — shamber
Bearmark Design & Landscape
3 Reviews
White Rock
Ideabooks3,993
Questions1
Collection of photos for landscape installation of a gardeners garden
garden stand alone trellis idea with bench
Pergola and seat with garden bed
bench in front of gardens
Garden bench
“Bench” — rgerig
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Outdoor Fireplace
Ideabooks5,087
Questions4
Taking inspiration from the agrarian site and a rustic architectural vernacular this terraced hillside garden evolved in response to time and place. The design vision was to celebrate the site, preserve the oak trees, accentuate views and create opportunities for modern day recreation and play. Michele
“"living accent" chairs. You can buy on amazon or ACE hardware and stain them i.e. bright caribbean” — Green Patio Landscape Design
Hursthouse Landscape Architects and Contractors
6 Reviews
Just a Fabulous Place to call Home
Ideabooks12,976
Questions2
Low voltage lighting integrated into the arbor and landscape enhances the garden’s ambient light. Rope lighting between the arbor beams creates its inner glow, copper path lights highlight grade changes, and cast bronze bullet fixtures with LED lamps highlight selected trees.
Low voltage lighting integrated into the arbor and landscape enhances the garden’s ambient light. Rope lighting between the arbor beams creates its inner glow, copper path lights highlight grade changes, and cast bronze bullet fixtures
Ade told me to design the garden, I suggested a fire pit, he said no! Mean, just mean. I wouldn't mind the house that comes with this!
“Awesome” — ransey81
Angus Mackenzie Architect
Botany House
Ideabooks1,513
Questions0
the trees, as well as further enhancing the feeling of bringing the garden ‘into’ the internal living space. Rainwater is harvested into an above ground tank for reuse for toilet flushing, the washing machine and watering the garden. The cedar batten screen and hardwood pergola off the rear addition
like this so we have view and openness over garden?
“Slice of sky” — ellybrookes
Pickell Architecture
Classical Kitchen
Ideabooks5,095
Questions8
I would love more pictures - we are opening up our kitchen to a covered breezeway area to make into a garden room. post more pics! thanks a ton!
of a laundry chute and an old-fashioned ironing board cabinet. This space serves as a mudroom, "potting room" (a door leads to the yard & vegetable garden), craft area, ironing station and butler's pantry (depending on need and season).
of a laundry chute and an old-fashioned ironing board cabinet. This space serves as a mudroom, "potting room" (a door leads to the yard & vegetable garden), craft area, ironing station and butler's pantry (depending on need and season).
“Window” — larue60
koolbeanzzzz
Rock Garden
Ideabooks2,970
Questions1
I like this for a small space low maintenance garden
garden stones dividing path from garden
interesting garden photo
love this rock garden
Create stone garden bordered
"Rock Garden" with plants.
The beauty of this plant is that it fits in with tropical plants down South just as seamlessly as with the hardier plants in my zone 6 Pennsylvania garden.
Potted garden...rock garden...Stones for garden...side rock garden...Stone garden....rock garden flat...Rock Garden...rock garden
“trees, plants, rocks together” — shigginsga
Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Windsor Companies
Ideabooks18,427
Questions10
LOVE this brick patio garden...adapt for small NKC house?
garden, flowers in containers are beautiful
Gardening with the use of giant pots adds warmth to the backyard.
As this landscape style developed, the transition from strictly formal to natural happened gradually, and the same approach can be used in your own garden. Keep the formal areas near the house, to complement the architecture and provide a spot to sit and enjoy the rest of the space.
“dark trim” — Funk Design Studio
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