272 lawn Entry Design Photos

Charles Rose Architects Inc.
Charles Rose Architects Inc.
set below the height of the lawn. You could use grass instead of polished stone or aggregate in some areas.
Poured in place concrete steps rectangles in grass lawn
Patio stones in lawn at cottage.
This house on Cape Cod, in Massachusetts, turns the entrance into a ceremonial path cutting through the lawn. The wood screen on the left is the back edge of the carport. A wood door provides direct access to the house, but the formal entry sits at the top of the stone steps. The glass entry frames the
“concrete patio that slowly disappears into grass” — smithfieldhome
Rethink Design Studio
3 Reviews
Front Entry
in a new build that it was meant to be," Joel says. Originally, the site had no landscaping at all. The team transformed the barren lot into a lush lawn, preserving a palm tree that the sisters' grandfather had originally planted in the yard. A side lot was turned into a yard with a fieldstone paver
“Broke stone stepping stones” — barngirl
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
5 Reviews
Winter Cabin
8. Keep that snow or lawn service coming. Not only will it be a relief to come home to a neatly shoveled path and tidy yard, but maintaining a normal level of care will help
“Colour of shutters” — corriel
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Best of Houzz 2012, 2013
Paula Grace Designs creates luxurious, comfortable homes emphasizing personalized design and high-end and custom furnishings. A design you love delivered with the service and quality you deserve.
Interiors & Architecture Photography by Ken Hayden
lawn, door
“color scheme” — faline115
MTLA- Mark Tessier Landscape Architecture
1 Review
MTLA - Mendel Residence
No lawn to mow
“Timber and linea” — bentomason
June Scott Design
6 Reviews
Altadena Craftsman
The small bits of "lawn" are mosquito grass which fascinates little kids and their mommies walking in the 'hood. I have some spectacular deer grass for height but the showstoppers I just added are a couple of penstemon--Blue Springs and Margarita Bop. Happy I don't have any lawn that requires watering
going with something easy but attractive, like billowing native grasses lining a stone walkway.Tell us: Do you have a lawn-free yard? If not, would you ever consider parting with your lawn? Why or why not?
“front yard - native grasses” — meldershome
Classic Urban Homes
7 Reviews
Henderson project exterior shots
overall look; windows, doors, lawn space
“straight lines windows stone METAL ROOF” — mallorygreen
Janice Parker Landscape Design
Turkey Hill
from parking area in a unique approach to the country home. discreet metal edging keep the gravel in check, and grass strips allow a dialogue between lawn and path. Photo by Landino.
“Wide patio blocks” — Chris Miller
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