10,026 front yard garden Exterior Design Photos

Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
29 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
Ideabooks12,103
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"The circular seating area links a large side yard with the equally 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
charming turquoise Adirondack chairs and a small side table) serves the same 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
WHAT IS THE PAINT COLOR OF THE CHAIRS IN THE FRONT YARD? THANKS
What plants are in the design in front of the windows?
“If flagstone doesn't work...gravel? Potted plants, bench as well.” — kdshen
Ryan Nelson Photography
Roberts Creek House
Ideabooks1,439
Questions0
without the garden, but I like its unassuming profile
Huge garden-y type landscaping in front of house?
Gorgeous garden and small visual footprint
Set the house back on the lot and have a nice wild look for the front yard to hide the keyhole.
by setting the house to the back and opening up the sunny front for a garden, a driveway and a deck.Carol's knack for growing and her experience working at theDevonian Botanic Garden at the University of Alberta helped turn their front garden into a lush oasis. She planted a lively mix of hydrangeas
in-slab heating and a rainwater cistern, and is surrounded by landscaping designed by homeowner Carol Page, who once worked for the Devonian Botanic Garden at the University of Alberta.
“l” — azulheron
CCI Renovations
7 Reviews
Canterbury
Ideabooks5,213
Questions1
of the June/July 2012 issue of Homes and Living magazine this interpretation of mid century modern architecture wow's you from every angle. The front yard of the home was completely stripped away and and rebuilt from the curbside up to the home. Extensive retaining walls married with wooden stair and
I would love to have this done in my front yard in Washington DC. Who can do this type of work in my area?
I believe that this part of the yard was between $75 to $100K (includes design, engineering, lighting, irrigation and landscaping). Would not include upgrades to the house itself.
roma park movement from braii deck or verandah to gardens
Love this for the type of steep front lawn we have!
“Terraces and nook walways” — deniseandbrian
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Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
9 Reviews
Gracious front porch
Ideabooks22,680
Questions16
Hi dmatlosz, The windows in this picture are original windows - we left them in place when we updated the porch and the front of the house. The windows are 40" wide x 64" tall. The vertical proportion of the 8 lites in the upper sash over the one lite in the lower sash is
Decorative roof and entry vault, veggie garden on path
garden in the front with hardscape
The Garden/lawn - the roof - the house, oh everything!
like the yard very little grass
Cool front porch. Like the roofing detail
I like the porch and the front yard landscape
Cross-Gabled Craftsman HomesA second type of Craftsman features a primary side-gabled roof fronted with another significant gable that can extend to cover porches and other rooms or comprise a second level. This designer of this Washington, D.C.–area remodel grabbed the Craftsman theme and transformed
“detail in roof” — cat50
Morrow and Morrow Corporation
Cliffwood
Ideabooks1,410
Questions1
white wrought iron fence with stone wall for front walkway
Like this front yard
pretty front yard fence
Light Your Landscape for Drama and FunctionLandscape Detail: Do Fence Me In12 Great Fences and GatesTell us: What was your process for choosing a front-yard fence? How does your fence work with your home’s design?
the garden path...private front yard...Front fence...Fence in front...Front yard fence...Stone part on front...front yard coutyard...front yard...garden lighting
“Stone and picket fence” — pollydog1
Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes
Maria Hickey and Associates
Ideabooks749
Questions2
April 2012=Before Picture We just finished installing this landscape....there are over 200 perennials planted in the front gardens so I will upload more pictures in another week or so as things start to explode with blooms.
Front yard space, like high to low concept
This is all the room we have minus the yard
On the front wall on the patio!
This would look great in my front yard
like the rose bush trellis and front porch
“bushes” — camishahill
Details a Design Firm
9 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks994
Questions0
small like the front of our house
no grass in front yard, retaining wall and stairs
Lights above front door
Nice for street front/curb appeal
lights in the front steps
Front door...Front yard...in front...Front entrance...Front of house...Front porch...front door...front yard...garden lighting
“little arch above door” — dbittle
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Built Work
Ideabooks2,742
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Pop of color in the garden space
accent wall, surrounded by tropical plantings. Clear, sunny yellow is also a classic choice for the front door or siding. And, of course, you can’t beat yellow tulips and daffodils for a cheerful spring garden.
Simple corrugated siding creates space for yard tools
accent wall, surrounded by tropical plantings. Clear, sunny yellow is also a classic choice for the front door or siding. And, of course, you can’t beat yellow tulips and daffodils for a cheerful spring garden.Swatches: Get paint names and numbers for great yellows and orangesTell us: Do you like to decorate
“Use steel and wood all recycled stagger along fence” — tfoco
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