34,302 Contemporary Toilet Landscape Design Photos

Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Ideabooks6,398
Questions4
Uber green earthy contemporary Winner of the Gold Medal and the International Landscaper Designer of The Year for APLD (Association of Professional Landscape Designers) Winner of Santa Barbara Beautiful Award, Large Family Residence
themes, use grasses in hot dry climates Consider the bulk and lines of the house when deciding on how busy or restful the garden should be. Bold contemporary architecture makes a bolder impression when it's not competing with a fussy landscape. Let low-lying plants create a spacious foreground, then apply
Consider the bulk and lines of the house when deciding on how busy or restful the garden should be. Bold contemporary architecture makes a bolder impression when it's not competing with a fussy landscape. Let low-lying plants create a spacious foreground, then apply restraint by embellishing the garden
“house” — Irene Marcus
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
shwa
Ideabooks1,884
Questions2
The clean lines of the contemporary house and concrete staircase are softened by scattered trees and drifts of woodland plantings.
I love the trees and the hostas. I also like the concrete steps and the contemporary front door.
Contemporary gray house with green garden and dogwood.
Contemporary, all-green garden. House has dark gray vertical siding and dark trim like ours.
“door” — Alexandra Leem
Marlin Landscape Systems
Contemporary Backyard
Ideabooks2,598
Questions2
no grass, horizontal fence, contemporary design
Contemporary Backyard
“Fencing” — kirstig123
BLUE Renovation & Landscape
3 Reviews
Planters
Ideabooks43,213
Questions9
sleek and smooth, forms a regiment along a beautiful wall. Each planter is topped with a highly contrasting variegated yucca to create a powerful contemporary scene. By the simplicity, maintenance is kept to a bare minimum.
Perspective With RepetitionThis line of variegated yuccas planted in tall containers is more than just decoration — it employs a favorite feature of contemporary garden design, repetition. To achieve the best results, each container needs to mirror the next with an identical planting — the simpler, the better
sleek and smooth, forms a regiment along a beautiful wall. Each planter is topped with a highly contrasting variegated yucca to create a powerful contemporary scene. By the simplicity, maintenance is kept to a bare minimum.
“large pots all together - front of house beside side of garage??” — vincentmorneau
Contemporary Landscape
Ideabooks44,688
Questions14
Depending on what sort of style you were wanting to achieve. The rust panels have a more contemporary, modern feel to them. The roses would suit a cottage style garden.
ConcreteDepending on the finish, concrete can look contemporary or country. In this photo, the clean lines and sparse plantings evoke a minimalist feel.
“The fence, the plants,” — leannejbell
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Contemporary Wall
Ideabooks25,765
Questions4
modernizes this conventional 60′s ranch-home’s yard. Repetition of materials like stone, ipe and concrete combine beautifully to form a bold and contemporary garden. Layered walls perform double duty as both sculpture and a way to define gathering spaces. Contrasting leaf textures and hues harmonize
“Should have, could have” — Susan Letts Landscape Design
Brion Jeannette Architecture
10 Reviews
Mid Century Modern - Revitalized
Ideabooks3,250
Questions3
Clean contemporary feel but too stark for me. (M)
We are starting to see contemporary designs that employ pattern as more than decoration, as an intrinsic component of the whole design — even in the most minimalist of gardens.Here rectangular pavers lead to an island patio, creating a simple, repetitious pattern — but the clever designer integrated
“Grass” — Jim Scobie
Tim Davies Landscaping
City Beach
Ideabooks13,009
Questions9
Looking for a unique garden that embraced the harsh location and unique architectural characteristics of the contemporary home, the owner employed the expertise of Tim Davies and Levi Carter of Tim Davies Landscaping to design and build this stunning landscape. Being in close proximity to the coast,
throughout, while large graphite granite bowls and a custom solid granite planter alongside the pool work to tie the spaces together. This minimal, contemporary design by Tim Davies Landscaping combines high-quality finishes with mature, lush planting to create habitable spaces that work aesthetically.
Love the contemporary modern look of this front yard
“Like flooring steps and the low hight plant” — edinburghroad
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