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THOMAS KYLE: Landscape Designer
A tiny backyard, 33'x 22' needed to be intimate, functional and sophisticated. The clients are well travelled, and love to entertain. Solution, a European style courtyard.
This product looks very similar to our Urban Garden range. The overall look acheived here is fantastic - very different.
European dream. If you have fond memories of ambling at leisure through glorious gardens surrounding English manors and French chateaux, why not recreate the look at home? A peaceful garden like this would require work to maintain, but doesn’t anything worthwhile?
This lawn is durable, permeable and decorative — not to mention mowable!)Remember: The nonplant elements and pieces that you incorporate into the garden should be a reflection of your personal style. At the terminus of this patchwork-quilted lawn is a gorgeous contemporary water feature. Unique and
Statile & Todd
Brooklynn Courtyard Patio
Create a secret-garden feel with climbing plants. Soften the edges of a mostly hardscaped yard with climbing vines and flowers. This works especially well in small urban gardens, as the climbing plants provide greenery
beginning work and snap a picture — you can always refer to it if you run into trouble during installation.5. Create a secret-garden feel with climbing plants. Soften the edges of a mostly hardscaped yard with climbing vines and flowers. This works especially well in small urban gardens, as the climbing plants
plants provide greenery and privacy, and make the yard seem more spacious.See more ways to use climbing plants in small gardens
Paul English Landscaping
Potrero Hill Backyard
Purple painted fence. Private in a not-so-private setting.
beautiful and private
Cool idea for backyard!
do-able backyard deck
our backyard at 1610
Depth. Short fence garden then
Potrero Hill Backyard
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absolutely want them somewhere in backyard
My backyard please!!! Lights above bar dinning area
Area outside the lower level patio doors. Would be so darn cute and private and cozy and appealing! Just too cute. Love this idea.
What can we do with vines and lights in the backyard?
vines over garden walls and stringing up rows of glowing lights. A long, low outdoor fireplace is the perfect spot for gathering around, while weatherproof modern chairs add a colorful touch.
2. Create a vine-covered party padMake a lush, jungle oasis by training climbing vines over garden walls and
into the prettiest spot. Hide a few lights in the shrubbery, too, and with a quick flick of a switch, your garden will be filled with a magical ambience.Be inspired by stylish ideas for small gardens
LORRAINE G VALE, Allied ASID
can I get a plan for this nice backyard design
DEAR LORRAIN VALE, THE PHOTO DOES NOT SHOW THE ENTIRE BACKYARD. HOW CAN I GET A PLAN TO SHOW THE DETAINS BEST REGARDS DR. ABBAS AHMADI, PHD ABAHMADI@UCDAVIS.EDU
What kind of ground cover is that? I love this backyard.
Beautiful! Do you have more pictures? This was just what I had in mind for my backyard.
A.GRUPPO Architects - Dallas
Like the idea! Where were the metal garden containers purchased please?
I love this raised garden idea. And could have a small frog pond. Could be used as a "wall" to define an outdoor space
uniform garden of raised pots I just build a collection of various pots. There are so many really cool ideas.
since moved, but the new homeowner, also an avid gardener, snatched up the house after contemplating building a small glass box of his own. Reeves' design was exactly what he wanted. The current homeowner uses various bins to create a vegetable garden where he grows leafy greens (although nothing smokable)
Raymond Jungles, Inc.
favorites in the garden. Their height and density act as a living wall that is a perfect solution for defining and privatizing a space.
The contrast of the plant colours - red and green - and combination of leaf shapes making the garden look interesting...
Gravel ground covering for backyard walkways.
The Colony House
I would like to put a fire pit in my garden, in the part that is bricked in. The other part of the garden has fake grass and we love it.
I am thinking of installing artificial grass in a small section of my backyard, we call the "dog yard". The real grass keeps dying and its aggravating and expensive to keep replacing. I see you have two dogs, Is this good for
finally some 'people/dogs' in the picture