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Outdoor areas are often the last to receive design attention, but they shouldn’t be: What surrounds your home is just as important as what's in it. Whether it's a manicured front lawn, stone paver pathway or intricate garden design, these spaces benefit from the same attention to detail as any bathroom or kitchen. Well-designed landscaping ideas can complement your home's architecture and asian design, and the right plants, flowers and shrubbery can greatly enhance your curb appeal by adding color, texture and even fragrance to your yard. More 
VietPhu Design Construction Corporation
Residence House in An Phu-An Khanh ,District 2,HCMC,VIETNAM
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Designed by Architect Ha Thi Xuan Anh. Tel : 0 903 340 140
“step stones in/on top of water - allowing contact & interaction” — magsomm
Ami Saunders, MLA
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Wang Residence
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“sanctuary” — cazzi
Katherine Roper Landscape & Garden Design
Zen Inspired Garden, Bradley Stoke
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Katherine Roper
“Yard” — Feride Diri
Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Japanese Tea House
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The location and placement of the Japanese Tea House is very specific and was based on mathematical, metaphysical and spiritual principles. This Tea House is an artistic version of an authentic style Tea House. It is meant to be a one of a kind art piece and yet has the functional capability of holding a traditional Tea ceremony. Photo credits: Dan Drobnick
“Zen” — taylot12
Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Japanese Tea House
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Front double door entrance to Japanese Tea House. Photo displays a wood front porch with a reclaimed sandstone in the middle. The building is constructed with 8 different kinds of wood. The Japanese-style roof is constructed from copper and contains 4 skylight windows. Photo Credits: Dan Drobnick
“The Drobnicks live in the restored cottage about eight months each year. At other times it and groun” — cecimo
Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Meditation Pavilion
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The entire pavilion was constructed from Ipe Wood. The roof has reclaimed slate as an overlay. Copper was used for all trimming. All the glass throughout the structure is hand made speciality glass. There are twelve custom made skylights. Photo credits: Dan Drobnick
“The fire pit for the Milks” — donnaheider
RH Factor Landscape Design
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Cohen Residence Entry Path
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View through the front gate. Architecture by NAA+A. photo by Ralph Smith
“designing” — klangev
Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Japanese Tea House
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Photo shows the interior of the Japanese Tea House. The four skylights have hand carved overlay screens. The open ceiling shows the beauty of the design. The structure is very sustainable in that the building can be left to age naturally or oiled every few years to retain the wood color. Photo credits: Dan Drobnick
“Notice the use of carved wood dividers on ceiling! For clients who choose a teahouse of their own, D” — cecimo
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Before starting your garden remodel, survey your space and browse landscape ideas to figure out how best to fill it. If you love working outdoors, a large rose garden or vegetable garden is the perfect way to use your space. On the other hand, kids might enjoy a large yard, along with a playground, swing set or pool. Think about what your family would use the most, as well as what would help boost your resell value in the long run. In the end, be sure to consider your front and back yard as separate entities; after all, they usually serve two very different purposes.

What should I add to my front yard?


When landscaping your front yard, think about curb appeal above all else. This space is your chance to make a great first impression, so it should be inspiring, well thought out and consistent with the asian style of your home. A flower garden is a great option, but if maintenance is an issue, you can simplify the process by opting for low-maintenance succulents, bushes or hedges instead. If you don't have a green thumb, stick with grass and use a gravel pathway, water feature, wood fence or stone wall for variation.

What should I add to my backyard or garden?


The backyard is for entertaining and playtime, so incorporate seating, dining areas, play spaces and sunny relaxation spots. A vegetable garden or rose garden is a common yard staple, especially if you add an interesting element like a pergola, arbor, raised bed, border, walkway or fence. You can even add fun accessories like birdbaths and feeders to aid with birdwatching. For the ultimate party house, incorporate a pool and patio or deck with a fire pit, outdoor fireplace, barbecue and outdoor kitchen. If you're an active, sports-loving family, add a basketball court, volleyball court, bocce ball or croquet. And don't forget about outdoor furniture! A bench in a garden makes a great reading or meditation spot, while a weatherproof chaise lounge, sofa and chair are nice for taking in those sunny days.
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