1,157 trellis pattern Contemporary Landscape Design Photos

ARYZE Development and Construction, Victoria BC
6 Reviews
Fairfield
Ideabooks3,278
Questions1
peaked trellis...Trellis on side
“Garden fencing.” — Leo Suarez
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Jeri Koegel Photography
9 Reviews
Turquoise LA Interior Design - Venice
Ideabooks4,312
Questions3
Metal fence uses rebar to create trellis.
“Metal fence with vines” — delucyj
Simply Garden Design LLC
Kirkland Gardens
Ideabooks1,090
Questions0
trellis simple lines...simple trellis
“Like” — dave3563
A.GRUPPO Architects - Dallas
4 Reviews
Groveland House
Ideabooks3,185
Questions3
Craig Kuhner Architectural Photography
“Planters” — lockreed
Evergreen Consulting / 4EGC
1 Review
Laurel Road: Evergreen Consulting and E2 Homes
Ideabooks25,387
Questions6
like the partial wall / trellis
trellis on left
“peebles and planters” — cooksh5210
DesignBlue, Inc.
Landscapes
Ideabooks15,744
Questions5
fence should be at least 8 feet high, although you can add a few feet of trellis to the top of a 6-foot fence for security that doesn’t look quite so imposing
fence should be at least 8 feet high, although you can add a few feet of trellis to the top of a 6-foot fence for security that doesn’t look quite so imposing
“Pathway” — charly0574
Greener Living Solutions, Inc
9 Reviews
West Seattle Courtyard
Ideabooks892
Questions1
Part trellis fence, part arbovitae for privacy fence
Side of house trellis
“Dark warm color” — Baxter Construction & Development Corp.
Statile & Todd
4 Reviews
Brooklynn Courtyard Patio
Ideabooks3,508
Questions2
has a wonderful patio space with rectalinear stones placed in a scattered pattern. Old brick walls add a contrast for the patio with white flowering crape
beautiful, comforting space for tea, lunch, reading, a nap... The no-pattern pattern of stones is not everyone's cup of tea -- and maybe not mine, either
4. Get a creative look with scatter-patterned rectangular stones. Follow the lead of the designers of this Brooklyn,
several different sizes to create a random-looking (but quite intentional) pattern. If you are doing the work yourself, be sure to lay out all of your stones
“plats” — Mandi Puusepp-Kakko
Will these work together?
Found yellow draperies that I like....want to know if it will go with this swatch pattern. The stripy polka dot pattern will be for an accent chair, and...
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