30,596 oversized tree house Home Design Photos

Peter Raarup Landscape Design
4 Reviews
Lower Garden District Residential
love the green layers-what type of trees line the fence?
monkey grass. Or mondo grass. Maybe use annual grass. For transition between house, courtyard, pool.
What's the name of those trees?...Drive way with trees at the end...idea for near trees....Side of house
“A driveway!” — babette44
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Park Residence
home gets little sun....only a short portion of the day as we have so many trees. Do these plants grwo well in partial sun....if not would you recommend
What kind of trees are those two? Are they some sort of ann magnolia? Thanks!
I like the ornamental middle size tree. I like the yellow bushes in the front and the grass---just needs more flowers
“xero love path” — jwhittekiend
15 Reviews
Howard Roberts
The trees surrounding the pool is beautiful
Setting. Trees...Pool tucked into trees
“Medence” — zgera
Hanson General Contracting, Inc.
12 Reviews
H. City Residence with Gardens
I like the different shades of the trees
Shady, curved path, varying heights of trees, shrubs.
The tree at the end of the path...like tree focal point, weeping cherry?...plants and trees
“Meandering paths lead to different living areas or features.” — Denise McFann
Living Space Landscapes
2 Reviews
Twin Cities MN
could i ask for the name of the tree at right/?
Pinus sylvestris 'Bonna' Bonna Scotch Pine This tree has been pruned professionally.
shaped beds with trees, rocks and flowers.
The pine tree and the plants...path and tree...pine tree bonsai
“down steps to small patio” — crazy6423
Simmonds & Associates, Inc.
An East Bay Garden
elements, which are unified by a natural planting scheme. Although the house is traditional, the client desired some contemporary elements, enabling us
the property, furnished with Emu chaises, with relaxing views back to the house, and easy access to the adjacent vegetable garden. Photos: Simmonds & Associates
wall makes a striking backdrop to this redwood hot tub tucked among the trees. The tall stone pillars also help block wind and provide privacy.
wall makes a striking backdrop to this redwood hot tub tucked among the trees. The tall stone pillars also help block wind and provide privacy.
“soaking tub” — kathlynq
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Renovation
Yes, those are sword ferns along with some other ferns, such as Tasmanian Tree ferns and Mother Ferns. In most San Francisco Bay Area climates, sword ferns
I would like this brick path to lead from the main house to the guest house.
Between trees...Respite, pathway, trees, plantings...Patio and trees...Shade tree...mature trees
“Table sitting area” — aprildeco
Louise Lakier
1 Review
A great way to use the downed trees on our property.
raised garden beds from felled trees loveit!
Love the tree edge...tree trunks...good use of fallen trees
“Logs” — arieru
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