437 bridge Contemporary Landscape Design Photos

Great Lakes Landscape Design
Water Features
Ideabooks646
Questions0
I like the walk and bridge
bridge with sitting area near water
Pond, bridge, stepping stones
“oh yeah” — Peggy Talbott
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Hillside Residence
Ideabooks450
Questions0
Idea of 'bridge' to entry with posts to define entry and water feature (don't like this particular one)
The landscape and bridge
Love bridge
“Big posts would help make path clear when covered with snow!” — mlcasal11
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks4,951
Questions1
slate and redwood bridge, square slate tiles
Ipe Bridge and flag
“Combination of textures” — devrawgherardi
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Kikuchi & Associates Landscape Architecture
Ideabooks571
Questions1
simple bridge, plantings
dry riverbed with bridge
Creek and bridge
“dry creek bed side of house?” — cfelske
Benjamin Hill Photography
2 Reviews
Rihadema
Ideabooks5,731
Questions2
Room bridge
“Pavers” — rkinas
gytis
Garden design
Ideabooks2,621
Questions0
Bridge over drybed?
Dry Stream & Bridge
“Gravel paths/areas” — carolshughes
Scot Eckley Inc
1 Review
Alfresco Living
Ideabooks7,427
Questions3
Using weathered steel, or Cor-Ten, eliminates maintenance needs, like painting. This material is used to create walls, bridges, treads and whatever you can imagine.
SteelUsing weathered steel, or Cor-Ten, eliminates maintenance needs, like painting. This material is used to create walls, bridges, treads and whatever you can imagine. It has even become more common in civic spaces. How to start picking materials: With so many materials to choose from, I recommend
“Steel mixed with stone” — roofoster
Lilyvilla Gardens
1 Review
Lilyvilla Display Garden
Ideabooks1,948
Questions1
Adding a fully planted container is a quick fix. Also, I don’t always want to rush into a decision about plant choices in a new area; containers help bridge the gap while I contemplate longer-term options. Tip: Use this opportunity to test new plants or colors.
Adding a fully planted container is a quick fix.Also, I don’t always want to rush into a decision about plant choices in a new area; containers help bridge the gap while I contemplate longer-term options.Tip: Use this opportunity to test new plants or colors.
“great idea!” — Susan Stanger
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