81,551 oversized yard Home Design Photos

Gilbane Development Company
San Juan Passage
Ideabooks61
Questions0
luv for our hill in our back yard
large yard...oversized yard
“So beautiful” — Damon Baird
Randle Siddeley Associates
The Old Garden
Ideabooks51
Questions0
oversized yard
large yard...Front Yard
“The whole aspects Grand walkway Live the Georgian house style” — drregcop
Mirror Lake
4 Reviews
Mirror Lake Designs - Water Features
Ideabooks63
Questions1
oversized yard
“Stool” — lenahan10
Andrea Buckingham, LLA
Ramsden
Ideabooks671
Questions1
oversized yard
“Like this but not a sun deck area. ive been thinking about getting shade on this area” — drable38
Philippe Soule Landscape Design
9 Reviews
Projetcs of maintenance.
Ideabooks164
Questions0
oversized yard
“Pretty” — cmcole1121
River Valley Real Estate
Tivoli Gardens
Ideabooks3
Questions0
3 Bedroom 2 1/2 bath, 2.145 sq. ft. immaculate Mediterranean style home. Large pool with covered patio and oversized lot. Custom Kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Exemplary school and close to Forum shopping!
oversized yard
“Doorway” — Marie
Gregory Davis & Associates
7 Reviews
Lawn Alternative
Ideabooks3,531
Questions3
Oversized flag stones along the driveway?
nice plants. perhaps would work with the front yard design now
Front yard flagstone area leading to front door. Wider areas for bench near curb.
if you thickly plant this area, they will be forced to step on your plants just to exit their vehicle. Give them a place to step onto instead. Use oversize flagstone pieces to create landing pads or pour concrete insets into several areas along your strip.
“path” — dorothyjmiller
Hsu McCullough
4 Reviews
Boise Residence
Ideabooks1,313
Questions4
dpgs: This is a vintage 1920s American Standard faucet purchased at a plumbing salvage yard.
An oversize skylight provides a glimpse of what’s happening outside in the otherwise windowless powder room. The nearby Santa Monica airport provides a steady
oversized skylight for windowless powder room w/a large backlit ikea mirror
skylights with hidden frame - walls continue up to conceal the frame of oversized slylight
An oversize skylight provides a glimpse of what’s happening outside in the otherwise windowless powder room. The nearby Santa Monica airport provides a steady stream of visual stimulation, and a large backlit Ikea mirror is positioned to reflect the aerial action.
Appearing as if it’s open directly to the sky above, this bathroom skylight infuses the small space with a sense of wonder. Because the skylight is oversize and the walls are continued up into the opening to conceal the frame, the entire ceiling appears to be glazed. This effect can be applied to even
“Skylight frame is hidden above the bathroom walls creating an amazing illusion” — shridhar01
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