15,521 Dining-room-furniture-s Landscape Design Photos

Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Southern patio and stone walk
Ideabooks6,474
Questions1
in the immediate surrounding area. Changing the material and/or scale of a path is also an effective way to signal the transition into a new garden room.
in the immediate surrounding area. Changing the material and/or scale of a path is also an effective way to signal the transition into a new garden room.
“These stones seem to flow into garden--more natural” — boulderite128
Aquascape Inc.
5 Reviews
Outdoor Living with Water Gardens
Ideabooks1,557
Questions2
outdoor dining
outdoor furniture...patio furniture...wicker furniture
“Koi pond maybe?” — 38543854
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Eclectic Farm House
Ideabooks877
Questions0
Note to self: Outdoor furniture in a light metal works better.
light eclectic patio furniture
Seating in its own room
outdoor dining
“singer base table” — jk_dickie
DHV Architects
4 Reviews
New dining room designed by DHV Architects
Ideabooks141
Questions1
New dining room designed by DHV Architects
iron furniture...patio furniture
“space” — mat1sse
mscape design
3 Reviews
Haramaki residence
Ideabooks8,217
Questions3
The covered area could be a screened room
outdoor dining...patio furniture...wicker furniture
“pergolas” — jnoliveri
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios
Ideabooks1,896
Questions4
nice yard to emulate w/arbor tub dining grass
rooms opening to veranda
Outdoor furniture...patio furniture
“Plants” — jrllrl
Jon Eric Christner ARCHITECT INC.
3 Reviews
SC 3
Ideabooks18,482
Questions5
A dining round table of twelve, which can be expanded to sit 16 persons.
Expanding round dining table
“For side yard” — tmgardner
Le jardinet
Secret Garden
Ideabooks1,432
Questions0
garden, but you can make it more secluded by shrouding the structure with attractive vines and by planting shrubs and grasses to the side. Camouflage furniture by selecting finishes and colors that blend in with the surroundings”
garden, but you can make it more secluded by shrouding the structure with attractive vines and by planting shrubs and grasses to the side. Camouflage furniture by selecting finishes and colors that blend in with the surroundings, such as wood tones and soft greens.
but you can make it more secluded by shrouding the structure with attractive vines and by planting shrubs and grasses to the side. Camouflage furniture by selecting finishes and colors that blend in with the surroundings, such as wood tones and soft greens
“arbor” — stillwell1964
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