59 arbor Farmhouse Landscape Design Photos

Arkin Tilt Architects
1 Review
IdeaGarden Trellis
Ideabooks1,935
Questions0
tall twigged roof arbor ! ~~ could make one? Good sight blocking "structure." With climbing rose perhaps?
closer look at arbor
arbor out of branches
ideas for wood arbor
The arbour creation...Natural wood arbor...Wedding arbor...branch arbor...Cedar post arbor...casual arbor...Easy arbour....Twig arbor
“Like the harbor” — carocox
Kimberley Bryan
6 Reviews
Farm to Pizza Oven to Pickleball Court
Ideabooks819
Questions0
The arbour boasts mature vines and provides shaded access to the backyard as well as an ideal location for hanging lanterns that can be easily changed out.
I have always wanted a vine covered arbor, ever since
Once the pathway was complete, Lyle undertook an ambitious arbor project. Four years later the arbor boasts mature vines and provides shaded
love the arbor with plants and the concrete with gravel in between
Once the pathway was complete, Lyle undertook an ambitious arbor project. Four years later the arbor boasts mature vines and provides shaded access to the backyard as well as an ideal location for hanging lanterns that can be easily changed out.
“A pergola along the side of the house would break up the big blank wall” — baboni0612
Encore Construction
10 Reviews
New Cape Cod Home
Ideabooks14,718
Questions4
So enjoy having an arbor entrance to our garden. There was a 'bald' space in the hedge row, and this was a practical and pretty solution. "Thanks, Sweetness. I love it!"
Great arbor, but all cedar color
arbor as entrance to outdoor garden
Barn door, siding/trim color, pergola arbor
6. Repair and seal fences and garden structures. Keep wood fences, gates, arbors and pergolas in good repair for many years to come by adding a fresh coat of paint or clear wood sealant each summer. Also make sure trees and shrubs are not growing too close to fences — tough branches and roots can cause
“Arber” — toddbutts
Kimberley Bryan
6 Reviews
Farm to Pizza Oven to Pickleball Court
Ideabooks402
Questions0
side of the arbor, and no one is the wiser about the less decorative element hidden behind the screens.
Vine on arbor....door to hind things outside
arbor and doors to hide hvac
The arbor running over the walk by the side of the house and the double hung doors to
One stretch of the arbor also has a third purpose: hiding an unsightly HVAC unit. Eileen found two doors in an older Tacoma home, painted them through a layer of lace to give them a vintage effect and hung them in front of the eyesore. The mirrors on the panels reflect
One stretch of the arbor also has a third purpose: hiding an unsightly HVAC unit. Eileen found two doors in an older Tacoma home, painted them through a layer of lace to give them a vintage effect and hung them in front of the eyesore. The mirrors on the panels reflect the colorful garden on the other
“View 2” — Laura Copeland
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Entry courtyard
Ideabooks20,166
Questions5
Fence and plantings and arbor over entry point
Love the fence and arbor idea.
Arbor and trellis fencing
Half fence and arbour
Love the mini arbor entry
Arbor gate...fence and arbour...Like the arbor
“Edging” — rascalmonkeybum
KCS, Inc.
Contemporary Farmhouse
Ideabooks1,390
Questions2
Arbor on left use along whole back fence maybe?
arbor trellis on back posts only
white arbor...arbor by table...Style of arbor...grape arbor
“options” — Lorena Leyva
Kevin Patrick O'Brien Architect, Inc.
5 Reviews
French Provence Farmhouse
Ideabooks697
Questions0
Like lights attached to arbor better
Another idea for a arbor
with shutters; arbor
metal arbor and house
French arbor and exterior
Iron arbor...lights in the arbor...metal arbor idea...Grape arbor...walkway arbor
“sideyard” — jeanniebankins
Kimberley Bryan
6 Reviews
Farm to Pizza Oven to Pickleball Court
Ideabooks478
Questions1
are for herbs and the arbor houses grapes. Love, love, love it!!!
garden with walkways & arbors & raised beds surrounded by fencing
gardening under grape arbor. Cement raised beds.
and the paths were bark, but they didn’t hold up in the Northwest’s damp weather. “They were not sustainable over time,” Lyle says.Several arched arbors provide vertical interest, shade for low-light plants and a support for grapes. And, Lyle says, there’s another benefit: The cats climb on the trellises
“Beds and paths all fenced in” — wheatandhoney
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