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Penza Bailey Architects
7 Reviews
Stay-Cation Home
formal swimming pool next to pond - add pool guest house
slope yard idea...jack log frog pond...Huge yard...pond and pool...Sloping pond...SURROUNDED BY KOI PONDS
“Diving rock” — r_crao
ELEVATE interiors + design
2 Reviews
Desert Oasis
Outdoor cabana, bedroom under cabana, small pond
outdoor canopy bed n natural looking pond
for guest room on court yard...Pond lighting and long step light...Outdoor Romance, pond and candles...Koi pond
“The pergola” — Diego De la Mora
Breckenridge Design, Construction & Maintenance
12 Reviews
Stone Patio & Water Feature
back yard
“Yards” — captzba
TaC studios, architects
4 Reviews
765 studio/residence, a modern residence in Atlanta, Georgia
A dramatic set of stepping stones passes through the koi pond and leads to an al fresco dining area. The space is defined by water and fire; the outdoor
koi pond, fireplace, waterfall...Koi pond...waterfall and pond
“Proportions” — vaseau
Exteriorscapes llc
5 Reviews
cozy stone and plant yard. makes it warm looking
in a sweet side yard garden...pond, arbor, bench area...Grassless front yard...idea for our yard, grassless
“Path, plants” — kathyfurtado
Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Windsor Companies
as unique sense of privacy, making it a great place to pause and view the pond below. Under the deck the stucco walls wrap around a patio, creating a perfect
concept of fewer tiers in the yard then add in the fire pit!
2nd level includes pond built into it?...If un level yard nicely done...Terraced Yard...Destination in yard...Tiered yard...The yard and the wall...kind of front yard...Multilevel yard...Madi yard idea...For front yard?
“landscape seating” — Rhonda Grapes
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
B Willow Spring
Dropping yard in middle, and raising yard around it. Provides seclusion.
Pond pool
“Trees w color” — inspirit
Rhodes Architecture + Light
11 Reviews
Spring Hill Residence
shade plantings with pavers in quiet small side yard spot
9. Dress up a side yard. Side yards are often neglected and relegated to housing garbage cans and compost
weeds. While side yards are usually pretty tight, they can be a valuable element of your overall garden design if used properly.The side yard shown here might
access isn’t necessary. Alternately, you can plant gardens on each side of the yard, leaving a path of turf or hardscaping wide enough for a lawnmower or barbecue
plants, since doing so can invite problems with rot, mildew and insects. Side yards are also not a good place to plant things with aggressive roots.More: What
Great side yard walkway and garden
“Side of house” — trakjester
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