232 spa landscape design Industrial Home Design Photos

Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Fenske Pool
good concrete color. blends well with green grasses and landscaping
great incorporation of surrounding landscape with yard
permeable foliage and medium growth rate, the design possibilities for feather reed grass are endless. In a landscape lacking linear or vertical accents, a row
is a great way to add order without creating too harsh or minimalistic landscape. Simultaneously this plant can serve as an effective screen solution if
perfect backdrop.Alternatively, a mass planting of these grasses is an obvious design solution for filling open space and creating a naturalistic field of golden
rather than out. For those of you looking for the ultimate in space-saving design, feather reed grass is also a perfect container plant as well as a key floral
“interesting no side decking....like the benches at the end of pool” — sheribasta
Melissa Winn Interiors
Delancey Street Loft
Hi Michelle... We love it. It's like going to a spa each day! There's really not much upkeep; we just squeegee it off after every use, though only a small
hallway like this and make a very interesting transition to the gym, pool or spa
floor, spa feel...The design...Spa feel...Can you say spa-like?
“The wall” — davedos
Daryl Toby - AguaFina Gardens International
9 Reviews
Steel & Stone
effective as bright light — as well as more soothing and calming. The landscape lighting here is positioned to gently shine on the surfaces of various
you can look out at the world but the world can't see you. When you're designing seating for this area, make sure it backs up against a wall, screen or
“Patio” — ccadyjr
Croma Design Inc
8 Reviews
Modern Ensuite
A modern ensuite with a calming spa like colour palette. Walls are tiled in mosaic stone tile. The open leg vanity, white accents and a glass shower
light fixture, entire airy feeling of bath design, tiles
run the mirror to the ceiling, spa like colors, add natural light (skylight) all helps
nice design...design idea...pale gray spa like palate...clean design
“fresh and airy, dark floor white counter” — badezimmer4191
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
Steel, or more precisely Cor-Ten, is commonly used in landscape and construction projects, and comes in sheets that are 3/16 or ¼ inch
would be in the arid high plains wild — a specimen here, a drift there. Designing a prairie garden can spur some cool creativity, and I strongly believe
Landscape grasses. Minimal lawn...the landscape...drought tolerant landscaping...Landscape beachy desert
“cor-ten steel?” — meganah
Mihaly Slocombe
5 Reviews
Hill House
landscaping? low maintenance, low water...
option in house design. On a vineyard on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, this contemporary corrugated-iron clad house is designed to take advantage
corrugated iron give it a an organic sense of engagement with the Australian landscape. In this project, the exterior of the house, clad in corrugated iron, nestles
contemporary houses an organic sense of engagement with the Australian landscape. Additionally, the undulations of the corrugated iron often imitate the
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“like the combo of reclaimed wood and corrugated” — zonion
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
what is the angle off of vertical of that steel wall? its a wonderful design, wished you were in my state, i would hand my lot over to you!
Strong Division between person and landscape mediated by individual plants. would clump more.
using steel in the landscape because of its slight profile and the fact that its natural patina reads like soil or another earthy landscape material," says
says Dylan Robertson, owner and lead designer at D-Crain Design and Construction. "With great attention to detail and refined craftsmanship, steel can be
be highly diverse in the landscape."
“Corten landscape” — Coburn Gullen
BlueGreen Landscape Design
7 Reviews
A Succulent Wall
This is a custom designed succulent wall. This striking green wall is a site specific landscape that incorporates a variety of plants with contrasting
Hi there, I am a designer/ Houzz writer/garden speaker and am currently preparing a talk for the
I'd be so grateful an am on a horribly tight deadline (what's new in the design world?) Many thanks, Karen
Ornamentation in the landscape offers numerous ways to meet gardening challenges. For example, art can add interest to an otherwise unexciting corner or
patterned plantings. With hidden drip irrigation, it's also a low-maintenance design element that the owners can enjoy.
piece of living art would elevate any size or style of garden to another design realm altogether. The lush and colourful succulent planting is offset with
“Flower wall” — atwalkabout
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