258 Beaulieu Old Grey Landscape Design Photos

Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Fallingcliff
Ideabooks5,532
Questions6
design clearly shows, as it’s not diluted by strong colors — almost like an old black and white photograph compared with a modern colored one.
Greys in warm and cool colors
that can be achieved by using grays in warm and cool colors. A benefit of using neutral colors is that the strength of the design clearly shows, as it’s not diluted by strong colors — almost like an old black and white photograph compared with a modern colored one.
to see the range of tints and tones that can be achieved by using grays in warm and cool colors. A benefit of using neutral colors is that the strength of the design clearly shows, as it’s not diluted by strong colors — almost like an old black and white photograph compared with a modern colored one.
“Love...love...love the grey palette!” — Classic Cuisine and Gifts
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
Ideabooks9,431
Questions4
This is Ipe or Brazilian Iron wood that is not finished and weathered about 2 years old in this photo.
dweller. Powdery gray leaves cool down the summer garden, and they project leafy inflorescences in spring and fall. Liveforever thrives with little supervision in warm, dry summers and cool, wet winters. Unlike many other succulents, it propagates through seed or division.
gardeners, take note of native Dudleya. Inhospitable rocky outcroppings and gravelly slopes serve as the perfect site for this hillside dweller. Powdery gray leaves cool down the summer garden, and they project leafy inflorescences in spring and fall. Liveforever thrives with little supervision in warm
Liveforever (Dudleya spp) Inhospitable rocky outcroppings and gravelly slopes serve as the perfect site for this hillside dweller. Powdery gray leaves cool down the summer garden, and they project leafy inflorescences in spring and fall. Liveforever thrives with little supervision in warm,
“Concrete and wood deck” — destinationeichler
Secret Gardens
Secret Gardens of Sydney
Ideabooks9,353
Questions4
Love, love love the silver gray weathered steps!
These wooden steps, weathered to a silver-gray, rise through the bright-green Brazilian tree fern (Blechnum ‘Silver Lady’) and the red and white flower spikes of the Heliconia angustifolia ‘Red
These wooden steps, weathered to a silver-gray, rise through the bright-green Brazilian tree fern (Blechnum ‘Silver Lady’) and the red and white flower spikes of the Heliconia angustifolia ‘Red
“Colour of deck” — mgamer
Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
Gretchen
Ideabooks1,662
Questions3
Light grey siding with brick and lots of green shrubs.
An amazing back yard for a traditional grey and white home with covered walkways and decks.
An abundance of character defines this century-old home. Much of the hardware is original as well as some windows, doors and hardwood floors. "The details are what drew me to the house," says Gretchen.
“Porch” — liztrigger
HOPE DESIGNS
8 Reviews
Hope Designs
Ideabooks7,484
Questions2
siding is made by Maibec custom painted with Benjamin Moore Paint. featured colours are: Benjamin Moore exterior: cromwell gray HC-103 trim: gettysburg gray HC-107 and rockport gray HC-105 Maibec is a leading Canadian manufacturer of genuine wood siding. We are also the largest manufacturer of Eastern
Exterior Colours are Benjamin Moore Cromwell Gray HC-103 Accent Trim Gettysburg Gray HC-107
Wonderful aged appearance. Note this photo was added to 6379 idea books. Proof that Old Fashioned landscape design has tremendous appeal.
“Honeysuckle and grapes together? Or 2 trellis ( grape arbour and one for honeysuckle, morning glorie” — rebecca_copp
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks11,260
Questions4
Neutrals, including gray, brown and green
plantings can take the front of stage against the gray garden framework of paving, fencing or walls. Here spurge (Euphorbia characias subsp. wulfenii) and New Zealand wind grass (Anemanthele lessoniana) pops against the muted paving, while the gray paving tones down the intense colors.
mixture of exposed aggregate and gray concrete
Greys and light colors agaves and grasses
Here spurge (Euphorbia characias subsp. wulfenii) and New Zealand wind grass (Anemanthele lessoniana) pops against the muted paving, while the gray paving tones down the intense colors.
Neutrals, including gray, brown and green, provide a perfect backdrop for other colors. This is especially useful in garden design, where bold-colored plantings can take the front of stage against the gray garden framework of paving, fencing or walls. Here spurge
“aggregate” — krpsebastian
ROOMS & BLOOMS
4 Reviews
Windy Brae
Ideabooks99,673
Questions11
Love everything, especially the old door. Great job!!
Pressure treated lumber isn't sold in 1-inch thicknesses, so the pickets here are more likely either plain redwood or cedar, allowed to age to grey.
85 year old house. The other is also used as a gate on the other side of the garden. The doors have been finished with marine grade exterior paint.
I just want to compliment your brilliant door idea, I will be doing it at my house in CT. I have 100 year old doors in the attic I didn't want to throw away, now they will be used. Ohhh I'm so excited!
The door, one of two found in the basement of our old house, was original to the house. This one was used as a side entrance door to the basement and is an odd size - 32" X 73".
“Garden” — 1410house
Timothy Lee landscape design
14 Reviews
Garden Gate
Ideabooks34,396
Questions13
range of browns, tans, gray and sometime rust colors
has more of the gun metal gray, browns and rusts in it
brown to blue-gray in color. They are usually thinner too, these here are 3-6" thick. Thanks for your question.
Yes, some refer to it as natural field stone. Sandstone is also referred to as natural field stone. Sandstone will be more of a beige color, where Pennsylvania Blue Stone is a gray/blue color
typically a range of browns, tans, gray and sometime rust colors. There is another shist material quarried in the western part of Massachusetts called Goshen stone that has beautiful mica flecks and has a kind of graphic shine to it. It has more of the gun metal gray, browns and rusts in it. Hope this
“arch” — eapp
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