33,002 tree on wall Exterior Design Photos

kevin akey -azd architects - florida
12 Reviews
kevin akey
Ideabooks2,336
Questions2
with the palm tress and walled walkway
man palm trees this clean and lit up at night are fricken COOL
Nice entrance and trees
Without the palm trees
Palm tree lit up...the trees...Light on trees...like the palm trees...Lights on trees...stone walls...tree lighting...wall lighting
“Too fn cool front entrance” — biddlebythebay
kevin akey -azd architects - florida
12 Reviews
kevin akey
Ideabooks766
Questions0
Cut grass around tree. Make a square Fill with mulch
Perfect garage, good placement of trees, lights, protected courtyard entrance.
Like the lighting on the trees
Love the trees and their lighting
Like the way palm trees are trimmed
Great idea with the palm trees
Palm tree trim style
Like the lit palm trees
Flood light in palm tree
Palm trees...tree lighting...wall lighting...palm trees
“Everything” — mzb0017
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Houzz Tour: An Architectural Relic Thrives in the Heartland of Ohio
Ideabooks258
Questions2
Love the tall trees, what is the name of the trees?
Would like to plant tall trees around the parameter of my yard.
shade trees keep hot sun out from openness of windows
It looks like a church surrounded by trees. But the closer you get, then you see the real beauty.
window wall, enclosure wall for garden
trees and clouds are my get
“trees” — jeremiahnielson
Swatt | Miers Architects
5 Reviews
Tea Houses
Ideabooks2,780
Questions2
Hi, I was just wondering if that is a concrete wall used for the exterior? It's looks beautiful. If so, does it have a specific finish or name?
Beautiful proportions, positioning, clarity, radiance, use of space and light. Due to the dropoff and large tree it seems to have a treehouse effect without leaving the ground. Brilliant. Can you talk about sourcing the glass used?
Sweet "floating" connector...why not? Wouldn't hurt the trees in between the houses
love the glass walls n position of the house
“glass house” — Massimo Dennis
Mackle Construction
"This Old New House"
Ideabooks2,106
Questions5
Love the stone on the outside wall
Stone wall and bromeliads
Coconut trees...Palm tree?...palm trees...retaining wall...garden wall...stone wall
“Exterior” — stedmccollough
bldg.collective
2 Reviews
Bend Residence
Ideabooks2,556
Questions2
lit pine tree on the deck
Lighted tree - twiggy branch hung lengthwise over bed on porch and strung with white tree lights. (Paint cords to match ceiling.)
lights on evergreen tree even if not Christmas!
Wrap a potted tree in lights near pergola
Use a tree or a branch
Christmas tree. While you’re picking up your Christmas tree, consider also grabbing the scrawniest tree in the lot — it would look adorable on the front porch with a simple burlap skirt and a strand or two of twinkle lights.
Christmas tree or place a smaller, potted tree outside, draped in twinkling lights.Tell us: Do you take holiday photos each year? Which has been the most memorable? Share your traditions in the Comments!
“While you’re picking up your Christmas tree, consider also grabbing the scrawniest tree in the
“notice the simple dark colors” — petekoehn
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks2,667
Questions1
I like the use of trees up the
door, the landscape of trees,border walls encasing the house
Walls front and back.
low stucco wall and gate
Wall color and trees
House color and trees
Cyprus trees on plain wall.
very subtle grey walls
this is it, wall type
Outside walls...Simple wall...tall trees...cypress trees...garden wall...stucco wall
“The light stucco or stone exterior with teak entry door, the landscape of trees,border walls encasin” — naltaf
Tim Cuppett Architects
12 Reviews
Modern Farm House
Ideabooks6,505
Questions8
like retaining wall, stone on chimney and driveway
live oak trees set far back from the street and neighbors. “Their site felt like it wanted that house,” Cuppett says. And because the most important room to the wife is the kitchen — she's an avid cook — Cuppett put that space on the best possible spot on the site: under the live oak trees at the edge
says. The house is only one room wide to bring in sunlight and cross breezes from two sides everywhere in the house. It's stacked into the trees, giving it a tree house feel. Because the driveway is long, paving would have been overwhelming. Cuppett opted for gravel instead, which has an added benefit
“shape of the home” — Jessica Mooneyham
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