1,687 fairy garden Garage and Shed Design Photos

Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
Ideabooks4,612
Questions1
where to go for ideas in creating a rock garden on a slope immediately behind an old cape cod style house 1790
yard, the hill has never been touched.I've done rock gardens before but not on this scale, need photos. tis
Blending with the setting, very "fairy garden"
RetreatDirt Optional: Amazing Air Plants for Wall or Tree9 Cooling Rooftop Gardens
build into slope - secret garden house
“1” — thanh232490
VanBrouck & Associates, Inc.
2 Reviews
Stone Lake House
Ideabooks1,886
Questions0
Small stone garden shed aside the lake house garage
Fairy like garden shed...Garden shed?...garden shed...Garden tools...Garden room...Gardening room...Garden or pool shed?
“cute” — hrorer
SolidBuild Inc.
3 Reviews
Garden sheds
Ideabooks183
Questions0
popular of our products. No one can resist it’s charming look. The Wales garden shed is equipped with large doors for easy access, two windows to let in
Garden sheds...Fairy tale garden shed...solid build inc. garden sheds
“Playhouse with decking” — jareeayala
Liquidscapes
19 Reviews
More general images for Houzz.com
Ideabooks2,048
Questions0
straight out of a fairy tale, lovely
Fun treehouse for a garden...fairy cottage...fairy tale...The fairy house...fairy tale play house
“jungle theme” — Yarrow Landscaping and Lawn Care
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
Ideabooks6,522
Questions1
Could you kindly tell me what base you used in which to plant this rooftop garden? how deep was your soil ?
--- just really fun for a fairy house in the woods
Set at 45 deg angle bottom of garden and larger - could hide the rock/dirt pile behind
planted living roof trays.Add soil and plant your roof as though it were a garden in the ground, as shown here.
Turning the roof into a garden?! :D
“green roof” — kmurray65
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
Ideabooks4,677
Questions3
the weight of the snow on our roofs. Many people shovel their roofs. This garden is an awesome idea but how can roofs cope with the weight?
Yup! The client loves gardening, so this provided another opportunity for that. Plus, it allows the building
facade"; they also give the opportunity for gardening and even urban farming.More:9 Cooling Rooftop GardensHigh Design for the Downspout
In this rooftop garden, there are a few reflective principles at work. First, notice the stark and straight branches of the evergreen forest in the background
“Anything living thrives on attention,” Hook says, but “I strive to provide a garden where the maintenance is a labor of love and not a constant toil.” Understanding
Is ths garden on the roof?...Flower garden for sloped back yard
“Garage roof” — pindin
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
Ideabooks10,695
Questions2
love your roof garden . I am designing addition with a low slope roof a 30x25 area in New England and want to have a vegetable garden on top . Do you
space to garden. Learn more about rooftop gardens and green roofs
2. Add a green roof. A green roof, which is basically a giant raised-bed garden placed
air, insulate the interior of your home, and even provide extra room to garden in urban areas where space is at a premium. Sound like a lot of trouble
of the same benefits, with lower cost and less effort.9 Cooling Rooftop Gardens
roof top garden blends into land...Yoga on the bottom garden on the top
“Access to green roof *Like planting selection” — ecodesignful
Art | Harrison Interiors & Collection
Birmingham, MI Private garden
Ideabooks4,595
Questions2
Garden shed with attached gate for veg. garden
shedIf you have green fingers, this open-fronted potting shed will make gardening a breeze. The shelving is positioned so everything is easily to hand, and
We are designers, not gardeners. There is a common misconception that landscape architects build and maintain
maintain landscapes. We would all love to spend more time around plants and gardens, but the reality is that landscape architects spend a good chunk of time
get to visit sites, and most landscape architects are habitual nursery and garden visitors, but we do not do the pruning, transplanting and mulching for the
“shed idea” — Norman Li
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