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Happy HollowOak Hill Architects
Love the porch roof line with the repeated arch at each window.
Front porch garden treatment?
on the front of house
front walk...Look of front door...back porch...porch roof...Garden beds...Beautiful porch...wow front door
Craftsman exteriorAnna Looper
on the front of the house?
wide step leading to front door, open airy feeling between pillars/columns
cedar/stone front porch/nice craftsman style house
off center ends right at front door and goes mostly to left
existing garden beds. If you're such a beginner that you're not quite sure you'll know a weed from a perennial, that's OK. Snap a few pictures and take them to your local garden center or post them in the Houzz Design Dilemmas section in Discussions, and a kindly gardener will almost certainly help you
Plan #013S-0014House Plans and More
windows on front porch -- decorative header and no grilles on lower half
Front path landscape
Front porch and path
Spectacular Front !!!!
siding and front door
Front porch...Great porch...the gardening...Front yard design...Front yard...Front path idea!...Front walk...Cool front of house...front beds...glass front door...wood front door
Front entranceA Cut Above Landscaping Inc.
Like ... ! Like the porch ...
coverd porch with pillars
garden wall and walkway
front but perhaps backyard?
landscaping around the porch
Sidewalk and porch planters
front porch...Front porch ideas...Columns on porch...Front porch posts...Front yard...garden bed...love porch...Front entrance...front porch
on the garden edges as a transition to the natural landscape beyond.”
like the height of front entry
front door with free standing light in foreground
actually, this is more about the garden
THIS IS IT....This is the entry idea for the front door.
over the front door is simple yet effective. large posts for support and then a single-slope roof. IDEA!!!!
the front part - combining rocks & plants
mountain garden, penstemons and sedums take center stage. In the higher mountain elevations, plants are tucked into the available soil, usually between rocks and trees, rather than being densely packed like in the more open prairie spaces. This landscape follows the same approach. The garden blends into
on the garden edges as a transition to the natural landscape beyond.
Outdoor EntertainingJP&CO. Samantha Grose, Designer
decent small patio and screen porch
along the front of pool house?
over the porch and possible walkout
The transition between the house floor into the garden. The wooden gazebo
extension to front porch?
for the front sidewalk
Ideal porch...Covered porch...Off the front?...comfy porch
in the front of the picture?
shaped garden bed, with the rope light towards the pebbles. Add another rounded edge bed filled with mulch that will contain the brushes.
Garden design- neat looking with grass
to the garden. I like the strong line that defines the home's perimeter, reinforced by a wraparound path that stitches architecture to vegetation.
Rural Mid-Century ModernKimberley Bryan
cement pavers, river rock makes a nice front entrance
The front entry is a study in textures: fir wood siding, cement pavers and blocks, glass, river rocks and playful shadows created by open roofing.
The front door, with circular holes -- a kind of screen door, to allow air to flow.
The front entry is a study in textures: fir wood siding, cement pavers and blocks, glass, river rocks and playful shadows created by open roofing.The homeowners created their own version of a screen door — a 3/4-inch board of fir plywood painted and dotted with circular cutouts.
A beautiful colonade connects the classic style living room to a gazebo surrounded by a colorful array of fruit trees including lemons, oranges, apples, peaches, and plums.
Colonnade to the GazeboEvan Travels Photography
Would love this idea to semi cover my front porch.
Too front door...front yard tunnel...Herb garden...connect to garden
The Owens Model at Old DavidsonJames Wentling/Architect
and deep porch. Design by James Wentling, Built by Cunnane Group
is the front door? Thanks!
Love the wrap around porch, metal roof and the wide steps entering the porch.
Porch deck, red door, use of red brick, brick walk and steps, storm shutters.
The porch that wraps around the corner
Metal roof over porch and entrance (but with more craftsman style to replace white)
Change the front of the porch like this. Would be stunning.
"The circular seating area links a large side yard with the equally large front yard, giving both a raison d'etre.
Less Lawn More GardenWestover Landscape Design, Inc.
purpose as a front porch, providing bonus seating to the two benches on the entry threshold of this traditional home. This side yard treatment is both attractive and neighbor friendly." Debra Prinzing More at www.WestoverLD.com
large front yard, giving both a raison d'etre. The rounded "carpet" of crushed stone has some nice detailing, including the block edging and the flagstone path that cuts through it. Not too casual; not too formal. Definitely inviting. The rounded area (complete with two charming turquoise Adirondack
design in front of the windows?
Love the landscape design, I have a similar color colonial, that we are landscaping. Would love to know the plants used in front of the house, also, what are the pavers/stones on the front porch?
A beautiful home was surrounded by an old and poorly laid out landscape before our firm was called in to evaluate ways to re-organize the spaces and pull the whole look together for the rich and refined tastes of this client. Today they are proud to entertain at poolside where there is now enough space to have over-flowing parties. A vine covered custom wood lattice arbor successfully hides the side of the garage while creating a stunning focal point at the shallow end of the pool. An intimate courtyard garden is...
Rue Group, Inc.Rue Group, Inc. / Kathryn Rue, Landscape Architect
courtyard garden is just a step outside the Master Bedroom where the sounds of the central water fountain can be heard throughout the house and lush plantings, cobblestone paving and low iron rail accents transport you to New Orleans. The front yard and stone entry now truly reflect this home’s incredible
charming rose garden, that was once an unused lawn area, leads to a secret garden.
love the porch. what are insides like?
home and porch as you see it in the photos was existing. This was a very unique property in many ways as the home had been remodeled extensively by our client but I do not know what the square footage ended up being. Our client sold this home a couple of years ago and no longer lives in Southern California