21,128 backyard garden design Contemporary Home Design Photos

Pearson Landscape Services
5 Reviews
Outdoor living
Ideabooks7,207
Questions2
Nice small backyard with waterproof deck/balcony.
Garden idea...like the iron work design...the design on the railing...grass garden...Garden room...Backyard idea
“Outdoor living” — Hamere Demissie
Wettling Architects
7 Reviews
houston, tx Pool House and Residence
Ideabooks1,718
Questions1
Pool and hot tub design with pool house
backyard with pool and jacuzzi with paths
nice backyard just needs tweaking to...another view of that house backyard...awesome backyard...Pool in garden...patio with pool and gardens...Backyard with pool
“our next yard” — henderyard
Garden
Ideabooks1,372
Questions1
view of the garden, the gazebo at the back.
as these curvaceous planters, helps to create interest in a small-scale garden, where there is limited room for lush planting.
Front garden...I like this backyard...Garden landscaping...garden landscape...garden borders...the garden...Garden ideas...Garden bed flow...Sample plant for back garden...Garden along fence
“Planters” — fernon
Falling Waters Landscape
11 Reviews
Misc.
Ideabooks3,557
Questions2
Custom built sand box in San Marcos, CA. Design and installation by Falling Waters Landscape Inc.
Sandpit or veggie garden - what can we put on the easement?
Add a sandpit to the garden bed in the front?
a sandbox within a planting bed not only will help integrate it into the garden, but also will let kids get up close and personal with plants and the b
Incorporating a sandpit into the garden
“need this in my back yard for my son” — yelena
Arthur Road Landscapes
3 Reviews
London town garden
Ideabooks507
Questions0
the photography – you also need to know what it was like working with the designer.
London town garden...garden shed...narrow backyard...small backyard...urban garden...Cottage garden...Teo's garden!...English country garden...Main Garden...The garden
“The plants” — faizakhokhar
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
6 Reviews
Small City Garden
Ideabooks7,607
Questions6
The overall design for this city garden has a rhythmic movement, which comes from the composition of forms, the billowy sway of the plants in the breeze
breeze and light bouncing off the reflected surfaces. The garden is designed to engage the viewer as participant in a trans-formative place, even if the journey
communicating the designer's intent. This alluring trio of gazing balls is thoughtfully placed, creating a noteworthy moment in the garden. The orbs reflect
3. Shiny garden ornaments. Your greenery may die back in the winter months, but garden ornaments will shine on. Choose something
You don't have to start out with a giant sphere in the garden; some that are the size of actual bowling balls can also pack a dramatic punch! Oh my gosh
Love he balls in the garden
“Back yard ideas” — dtweisgerber
Giulietti Schouten Architects
15 Reviews
van Adelsberg / Grant Residence
Ideabooks87,586
Questions11
Awesome backyard with stunning fence design. Really, I like this fence and the tree color really help
like. Try checking out your locl galleries or talking to a local interior designer who would be able to procure some paintings to fit. A few artists that
remainder of the yard is not fenced so security was not an issue in the design for this project.
“Joli” — Pierre Pommarel
Tim Cuppett Architects
13 Reviews
Courtyard
Ideabooks24,378
Questions12
No need to know plants when you produce designs of such beautifully elegant simplicity :-)
like contemporary modern planters, make sure to check out our "Swiss Made" designer planters: ...
add some frosted glass (or plexi?) in backyard fence
both trees and shrubs; their benefits make them a great choice for smaller gardens. They can fill a small space while creating a feeling of openness that is
is a favorite. As a standard tree, it would be far too large for a small garden, but it’s perfect as a multistem. Other good examples include the paper-bark
Block a Street ViewWhen your home is on a busy street, creating a peaceful backyard space begins with the right fence. If you want to allow some light in,
“cute or glass or what” — Margrett Chisholm
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