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Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
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Urban Movement
This could look good for our garden at Rozelle
Small garden, use of grass and plants
Unify the house and the garden
Love the warmth of tall plants surrounding garden
wood floor continuing into the zen garden
9. Unify house and garden. It’s all about making connections in small outdoor spaces so that house and garden read as one large area. In this Sydney garden the house opens up to a timber deck with the same timber also used further into the garden. When the doors are open, the area becomes one lovely
plants around the edges give this garden a resort vibe, the lushness of the planting balanced by the small patch of simple emerald green lawn.
15. Central courtyardBlurring the lines between interior and exterior, the living area opens out to the luscious tropical garden. This makes the space an ideal
“plants for a modern look” — coda767
Stout Design-Build
Maybe path down from porch/entry to left around kitchen to new easier
Great garden path with lamb's ears
osus, zones 4 to 8). Shown: Lamb's earsMore: 6 Captivating Roses for an Alluringly Fragrant Garden
Cover the groundGround-covering plants, such as this lamb’s ear (Stachys), are the water-saving gardener’s best friend. Not only do they help retain moisture in the soil, they also protect it from erosion
6. Give it the soft touchWhen planning our gardens, we often consider the effect it will have on our eyes and noses, but tend to forget the other senses. As well as using plants with colour and scent, why not consider touch, through softly felted leaves like this
“Ground cover” — ceciliaanna
Jim Tetro
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Private Residence
back porch sheathing and outdoor lights
add larger rocks into our rock garden
The garden and external wall designs
What do you like about this photo? Design of the garden
Bringing the garden to the door-love it
and rock garden...Rock garden!...rock garden...like garden rocks...The garden...Small Asian garden...rock garden
“Simple rocks” — Amy Thomas
Cultivart Landscape Design
karrinyup courtyards
Garden an nice wooden path with led
entrance garden, are ideal for guiding people as they move along boardwalks, driveways, paths, steps and through changes of level. They can also be used to delineate the edge of a garden bed or a deck. Avoid glare or blinding lights shining into people’s eyes as they move around the garden.
like it surely does for this Perth home, there is no other way to escape than to take to the tropical confines of your backyard. Just looking at this garden is enough to make you feel cool, calm and collected.
“Perfect backyard” — ljs_
TERRIGENOUS Landscape Architecture
Gardens with a view
Numerous amenities are allowed for around this cabin thanks to a carefully orchestrated landscape design. A screened room for eating and sleeping, gardens, a fire pit, hot tub, and seating are all allowed for as a foreground to the breath-taking view. Scott Wunderle
what size is the screen panels on your porch? we can only find screen 5 feet wide. We would love not to have to seam it.
I like the combination of stone , wood and the garden
“retainer walls” — woodward1234
Elad Gonen
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garden in front of glass. Great design
Add plantings in front of the WWF
garden around edge of roof deck, and glass railing
This rooftop terrace has vegetation layered in front of the guard system, which has the effect of dema
the idea of a garden border along the guardrail to soften the harsh lines of a cityscape. Plus, there's the benefit of home-grown veg.
Hybrid: Vegetation + Guard This rooftop terrace has vegetation layered in front of the guard
Hybrid: Vegetation + GuardThis rooftop terrace has vegetation layered in front of the guard system, which has the effect of dematerializing the background. One has the sense that the vegetated border is the real guard. With the foreground lit at night, it’s a particularly effective visual trick.
“Plants at the base changes the look of the guard rail” — ggglitz
Paul Sangha Landscape Architecture
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Urban Retreat
Soften your hardscape. Most gardens needs some hardscape; it makes the space inviting and functional. Sensitivity to
the loose but still structured look of the garden
Small garden with square stepping stones
Soften your hardscape. Most gardens needs some hardscape; it makes the space inviting and functional. Sensitivity to the environment may dictate a philosophy that less is more. Existing concrete may be scored and partially removed to interplant for a softer effect. If concrete is your substrate of choice
choice for a new space, consider poured-in-place pavers like the ones shown here. In this garden the poured concrete pavers interplanted with miniature brass buttons (Leptinella gruveri, zones 7 to 9, find your zone) establish early on that there is a thoughtful coexistence between man and nature.
“Something similar to this can be used to create a walkway from our pool deck to the dock.” — jingles4
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Osborne Architects
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Houzz Tour
Are these windows or screens? sunroom or screened in porch? Thanks.
they are screens, a screened in porch. They were made and purchased locally.
Screened in porch with view of pond.
Locally quarried slate grounds the home's foundation. The main house's screened-in porch ties the living room to the lush landscape.Exterior stone: Yosemite slate
“large openings” — ceresawalker
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