37,605 front yard Contemporary Home Design Photos

Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Grey Residence
Ideabooks4,705
Questions4
Inviting front walk. Trees shade sidewalk.
sedum that can be transplanted from the back yard.
with the house style as well as with the gardening conditions. A typical front lawn would be less effective visually, plus a lot more work.
Love the idea of a no grass front yard...same layout as front of our house...
“off set walk up” — lindamollo
Gregory Davis & Associates
7 Reviews
Lawn Alternative
Ideabooks4,134
Questions3
The steps to front porch are wooden and open yuk
Front yard flagstone area leading to front door. Wider areas for bench near curb.
Front yard...low maintenance front yard...Front yard curb...Front patio...Side yard ?...Perfect front yard...Flagstone front...yard continues beyond...Landscape front yard
“Walk way” — Justin Bergmann
Kiesel Design - Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Jack Kiesel
Ideabooks1,723
Questions0
making the front yard look like a dry creek but using grasses
Lovely plantings in front yard, forego the sod
edges of the lawn or eliminating it entirely. Just look at this lovely front yard lawn conversion, filled with blue fescue and echeveria.See more: Get Along
Yard space removed by adding plants....drifts of planting for the front
“Color and cover” — skg815
Loudoun County Landscape Architect & Contractor
Greensward LLC creates outdoor living spaces for discerning clients in Northern and Piedmont Virginia.
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Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
shwa
Ideabooks6,374
Questions6
Japanese snowbell trees and drifts of shade-loving groundcovers give the front entry of this contemporary house a woodland feel.
meandering stepping stone from mailbox to front door
No grass front walkway small trees...Front yard ideas...Attractive front yard concept...grove look for front yard...Front yard...vine maples in front yard
“front entrance landscaping” — Brian Powell
Maxa Design
Nunawading Residence
Ideabooks142
Questions0
Stand backFront yards are a great opportunity to complement and enhance your home no matter what the size. A warm, inviting front yard is the perfect way
these great ideas to create your very own front yard masterpiece.TELL USHow have you enhanced your front yard to make it more inviting? Let us know in the
Easy Ways to Maximise Your Home’s Kerb Appeal12 Easy Ways You Can Have a Front Garden to Be Proud of
“Modern Trellis” — hmendez
Portal Design Inc
1 Review
ottawa ave exterior
Ideabooks7,255
Questions11
Concrete to side of front door and framing the kitchen windows?
low stone wall or new paths are all great ways to add structure to your front yard that will last for many years to come.
to add structure to your front yard that will last for many years to come.
new garden paths are all great ways to add structure to your front yard that will last for many years to come.
A front entryway, punched up by planters.
“Front steps” — lanternhill
Castanes Architects PS
12 Reviews
Lake House
Ideabooks2,767
Questions6
What are the wall sconces next to the front door?
Love your front door, please share details & name of mfg
Thanks!! The front door design and fabrication was handled thru our office. We are both architects and interior designers that partnership with local
I like the driveway gate and the front yard gate
While the backyard is all about celebrating the views and the guests, the front yard is more demure. "The street is active with pedestrians and traffic," says
While the backyard is all about celebrating the views and the guests, the front yard is more demure. ‘The street is active with pedestrians and traffic,’ says
to this, we gave the entrance plenty of privacy."The proportions of the front are scaled down to a pedestrian level. The translucent garage door lights
Gate not in line with front door
“Fachada” — mambog55
D'Urso Landscape Design
D'Urso Landscape Design
Ideabooks6,166
Questions3
replicate the round top of the picket and the dip. We are enclosing our front yard for the new puppy.
mitigates unwanted views of cars that may be parked in the driveway, giving the yard a cohesive look. A mix of sun-loving plants softens the hardscape along its
steel screws or galvanized nails, to better resist rot. The investment up front will lead to a fence that lasts, which, in the long run, saves money.Shown:
“Fence” — kjcouch
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