476,408 park-like Home Design Photos

Paul Welschmeyer ARCHITECTS & energy consultants
2 Reviews
Second Street Green
Ideabooks555
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flooring continues onto the patio and leads to a grove of fruitless mulberry trees and basalt rocks from the old Dumbarton Quarry nearby to provide a park-like setting. "One hundred percent of this property is useful," Welschmeyer says.
flooring continues onto the patio and leads to a grove of fruitless mulberry trees and basalt rocks from the old Dumbarton Quarry nearby to provide a park-like setting. "One hundred percent of this property is useful," Welschmeyer says. "There's no garage, so the blue shed gives us just the right amount of
flooring continues onto the patio and leads to a grove of fruitless mulberry trees and basalt rocks from the old Dumbarton Quarry nearby to provide a park-like setting. "One hundred percent of this property is useful," Welschmeyer says. "There's no garage, so the blue shed gives us just the right amount of
“Owning a trailer but keeping it in a prominent place as a guest room, instead of in "RV Storage" is” — Michael Tyler
McKinney Photography
4 Reviews
Tuscan House
Ideabooks1,416
Questions2
I would like to remove most of my front lawn and do a similar planting to this photo. Thanks for your input!
will lead to disease and trunk rot and tree death. Personally, I prefer the park-like look of trees with no mulch — trunks coming straight out of the lawn or meadow, like the olive tree and mass of lavender here. Trees like river birch even seem to prefer plants around their root zone, which better shade
don’t like wood mulch, contrary to the myth my home builder told me when he saw I was putting it right up against the house. It also doesn’t suck nitrogen out of the soil as it decomposes; instead it creates awesome soil by encouraging microbial life.
our property could look like this
“lavender” — charlenedelahunt
Rocco Fiore & Sons, Inc
An Active Lifestyle
Ideabooks14,816
Questions2
I am interested in layering like this but do not know much about "how". I live in zone 4-5. Everyone around here does their own thing - no professional landscapers :) Thank you in advance - looking forward to Spring :)
LANDSCAPE. possible path to house from parking
I like the colors and the design on the right.
1. The Sweeping DrivewayThe challenge: How to make the approach interesting and set the scene for what is to come.Solution A: Create a park-like feel with a tapestry of plants and lawn that meets the paving at intervals along the way.Many of us would approach the idea of planting a driveway by digging
border on either side and adding plants. This design goes beyond that by incorporating areas of manicured lawn to give the effect of driving through a park.Since the plantings are all low, they seem to meld with the greater garden, while the soft color palette and plant selection suggest wonderful, billowing
“nice” — mammiemalik
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Scott Allen Architecture
Cliff House green roof
Ideabooks1,552
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Like a yard on the roof
Perhaps the big idea is to have the house "disappear" from the entry side (this photo), seemingly hiding in a park-like setting so that it can be a celebration of light and transparency from the water's-edge side (previous photo).
Like this stone design for the pathway
Perhaps the big idea is to have the house "disappear" from the entry side (this photo), seemingly hiding in a park-like setting so that it can be a celebration of light and transparency from the water's-edge side (previous photo).
“coastal home” — vj83
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Mike & Jill Wood
Ideabooks681
Questions0
Those windows to that park-like setting! Oh lala!
like the glass wall and then how the outside roof goes past the tree and even around the tree.
The color is too light, but I like the design work on the wood separating
Large windows that follow the roofline afford park-like views of the backyard from the living room. Exposed wood beams flow from the living room to a covered patio.
“Chair” — kalahey
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
8 Reviews
Family Pool
Ideabooks12,229
Questions3
I DON'T like this. Too traditional, too much edging, weeding.
Not particularly well done here, but I like adding the stones for another element to the garden - creates texture, different planes
Aubrey likes the gray stone, ferns and flowers
like the path of grass
park like
“Yard” — lefevrl
Alder Group, Pool and Landscape Co.
8 Reviews
Beautiful Landscape
Ideabooks102
Questions0
nice country look Dena would probably like this
park like
“terraced wild flower” — jerrymalone59
Hesterstudio
Mid-Century Modern Camelita #1
Ideabooks35
Questions0
like the white cabinets and grey wood floor
“Kitchen” — Roselyn Tyson
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