180 herb living wall Farmhouse Exterior Design Photos

Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
27 Reviews
Starry Night Farm
Ideabooks8,964
Questions6
Just wondering if you were to buy a house similar to this , how much would it cost ? I know it usually depends on the area and where you live but i just wanted to know a sort of estimate price.
If a retaining wall were needed this is cool
herb garden idea...Brick wall...stone wall
“Materials” — Mary Caroline
Jennifer Robin Interiors
St. Helena Residence
Ideabooks268
Questions0
Another low wall. Raised beds could also define areas in parking lot
Herb boxes...low stone wall...rock wall
“Planters” — zinkfam
Beinfield Architecture PC
1 Review
House in Darien
Ideabooks3,397
Questions5
I love this house and was wondering is it possible to get a roughie of the floor plan. I live in Australia but surely if I lived in Connecticut you would be designing my house! Do you have a contact email or could I give you mine? Would even be happy to pay you for it....? Anyway if not
good solution. walls higher than deck.
Steps down to backside of wall
beautiful with the stone wall and the walls of windows. center courtyard style!
Short patio wall could be in brick and could ramp down to lawn as needed
“Roof walls lots of windows” — jincym
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Horse Country Home
Ideabooks2,507
Questions0
the tiers and the rock wall
Too rustic. Like idea but wall and fence changes could make this workable.
Love the natural look of the rock walls and fencing
Stairs and retaining wall
stairs in retaining wall
stairway and rock wall
retaining wall and terraced landscape
Fence, rock wall and eclectic
Like the rock walls...Want to live there....Retaining wall...stone wall
“Large bush behind hydrangea” — robertyh
Wolstenholme Associates, LLC
13 Reviews
Buckingham Residence
Ideabooks4,267
Questions5
I live the glass folding doors. Where did you order them. Thank you.
Hi Johanne, These doors are indeed NanaWall folding doors with a semi-flush sill.
Yes, there are screens available for these doors. This project used NanaWall, which does make a screen system to go along with their doors (NanaScreen). LaCantina is another manufacturer (in USA) of bi-folding doors like this
What Batten Board would look like on window wall
Nana wall system. Supposedly expensive.
Folding glass doors, merging indoor and outdoor living
“Amazing” — gchristenson19
LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
Split Oaks Farm Poolhouse
Ideabooks2,253
Questions1
A closer look reveals the indoor/outdoor zone created by the roof and columns; how the glass walls open to link inside and outside; and how the wood bathroom enclosure stops at the height of the glass walls, looking like an object nested within the space.
A closer look reveals the indoor/outdoor zone created by the roof and columns; how the glass walls open to link inside and outside; and how the wood bathroom enclosure stops at the height of the glass walls, looking like an object nested within the space.
“Vigas hierro” — margaritahp
Northworks Architects and Planners
1 Review
Thistle Hill Farm
Ideabooks9,101
Questions5
materials provide a weekend retreat that reflects the agrarian styles of the surrounding area. Open floor plans and expansive views allow a free-flowing living experience connected to the natural environment.
fireplace and window wall to outdoor living area
Live the light from the windows
Northworks Architects and Planners, sited the new house just above where the old barn had stood, incorporating the remains of its limestone foundation walls around the pool. Meanwhile, the family made plans to use as much of the old structure as possible for future projects and in some of their furniture
“fireplace and window wall to outdoor living area” — Mountain Lifestyle Real Estate
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Tiny House
Ideabooks12,939
Questions15
This little house is where Jessica and her family have been living for the last several years. It sits on a five-acre property on Sauvie Island. Photo by Lincoln Barbour.
home. I have a 980 square foot home that needs renovating and I love how you were able to fit the needs of the family in one tiny space. If only you lived near San Francisco. ;)
its from martha stewart living_march2012 magazine
This little house is where Jessica and her family have been living for the last several years. It sits on a five-acre property
perfect feel inside and out. White and wood, paneled walls, etc.
front deck with cement walls added
Jessica Helgerson looks at downsizing as a long-term trend. "New-development houses are getting smaller again," she says. "People are interested in living in smaller spaces that are closer to downtowns rather than larger houses where they are dependent on their cars." The designer has already gotten a
“interesting roof” — Coastal Styling
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