59 pink Contemporary Patio Design Photos

Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Shell Beach Residence
Ideabooks8,269
Questions5
blue balances warm, glowing sunrise and sunset pinks. Soft, pinkish tangerine with strawberry ice pink and a soft blue would make a soothing sunrise-inspired
sunrise-inspired combination. Put several shades of pink and tangerine with a deeper blue for a more dramatic look reminiscent of sunset. Imagine bringing the colors
“lighted wall for yard” — amethystheart
WA design
9 Reviews
Saratoga Creek House
Ideabooks7,077
Questions6
peaceful connection with the pinks and grays. Thoughtful plant choices would include those with foliage and flowers in tones of pink, orange, blue and even dark
rich palette from which to begin. Off-whites, grays, browns, oranges and pinks are all present, waiting to be pulled into the landscape while making a
“the blue against the multi-tone stone” — lewiskd
The Artist Garden
Tribeca Terrace Garden New York, NY
Ideabooks2,780
Questions5
is what the article says: "In this example we see brick that is primarily pink but has dark red highlights. Notice how the burgundy coleus accentuates the
Pull out secondary colors. In this example we see brick that is primarily pink but has dark red highlights. Notice how the burgundy coleus accentuates the
Pull out secondary colors. In this example we see brick that is primarily pink but has dark red highlights. Notice how the burgundy coleus accentuates the
hues with multiple shades and tones. The brick palette shown here includes pink, orange, burgundy, gray and black. Once you’ve determined the subtleties
“coleus/semi shade” — Jewel Box Designs LLC
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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brett zamore design
Back Yard Patio
Ideabooks756
Questions0
the wall sculpture, the grey and the pink, the table and the ghost chairs, the
I love the charcoal and pink color combo
with just a hint of playful modernism (also seen in the back door’s pop of pink). Though the yard is modern, it ties in well with the bungalow and perpetuates
Who doesn't love a pink door?
“Instead of elk horns use photos of kids outdoors.” — rdadee
risa boyer architecture
8 Reviews
Modern Portland Landscape
Ideabooks10,691
Questions15
will look cohesive but edgy. Add a jolt of the unexpected — the wonderful pink chair in this case — and you've mastered the art of clashing.
“French doors” — joeandash
Carol Montoto
Mid century patio
Ideabooks20,516
Questions7
using brown and neutral choices such as grasses and sedges, as well as bright pink and red flowers or bedding plants. See how to use orange in the garden
“turquoise, beige and orange” — Royal Building Products
brett zamore design
Back Yard Patio
Ideabooks1,997
Questions3
Love this minus the pink doors...The hot pink doors. Ha!
“Patio roof” — cupcakes917
bulthaup by Kitchen Architecture
7 Reviews
Eclectic elegance
Ideabooks133
Questions0
Oversized plant pots with big pink flowers and green leaves!!!!!!
Pot plants pink
“Reminder why I want narrow frames and grey” — helentaylor300
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