39,836 Patio-furniture-s Landscape Design Photos

Nicholas Bray Landscapes
Corten pool fence and pavilion
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outdoor furniture
“pool cover under deck - good idea” — jadestoney
Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Japanese Tea House
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private place that could hold room for hot tub or furniture
“japanese” — justinhodges23
Urban Landscaping
Mediterranean Courtyard
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blue cast iron furniture
“love the blue accents on this outdoor kitchen and entertaining space” — Luke
Clinton & Associates, PC Landscape Architects
1 Review
Clinton & Associates | Landscape Architects in Washington DC, Maryland, and Virg
Ideabooks3,521
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Would you be able to share the stone on patio and the lawn furniture manufacturer? Thank you kindly.
Would love to know the manufacturer of the furniture. Lovely.
The furniture is Mckinnon and Harris.
two trees on either side of patio
See the edge around the patio. Need that.
Secluded corner patio, board of plants around, hidden and enclosed by birchwoods
plus the floor of the patio
another example of trees bordering patio.
Love the mixture of patio materials
The color of this patio furniture blends with the color of the patio floor, creating an appealingly tranquil composition and maintaining a feeling of spaciousness in this outdoor room.
“Front patio” — ljgieske
Burns and Beyerl Architects
4 Reviews
City Garden
Ideabooks1,397
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green up our patio off of the kitchen - how cool
I like this for the back patio
advantage,” he says. “I’ve got a verdant environment even though it’s tiny.”
Cozy outdoor patio with seating and tree
verdant environment even though it’s tiny.”
visual greenery work to your advantage,” he says. “I’ve got a verdant environment even though it’s tiny.”
small patio. enclose it to make it feel cozy and private.
This may sound counterintuitive to making a small space feel larger, but it’s something that might work for your space. “When you enclose a small space even more, you play up its coziness and make it intimate, something that’s hard to achieve with large spaces,” Arthur says. “This also takes it to the
“small space garden, how to make it cosier/” — krisspa
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
34 Reviews
Romantic Tarrytown Terrace
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make the garden’s owners, urban transplants, happy. “My husband and I were looking for an outdoor space that had a secret-garden feeling,” says homeowner Anne Lillis-Ruth. “We’ve had fun adding furniture, antique planters, and a stone fountain to [landscape designer] Robert Welsch’s beautiful landscape
Fisher loved it, too. “The setting is so lovely and relaxed. It evokes the south of France, with its intimate scale and the integration of house and patio through the use of the vines and other plantings.”
Thanks for your note. This was purchased locally from our wholesale stone supplier, Bedford Stone in Bedford Hills, NY. We installed this garden and patio in 2008 and the stone at that time came from China and is thermal cut bluestone. Good luck with your project. More at ...
“single palatte will work well with White” — mtnmrd
James Martin Associates
1 Review
James Martin Associates
Ideabooks3,378
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Where did you buy the wrought iron furniture? Who designed? Thanks!
Yes, the patio is bluestone set on a 6-8" compacted gravel base and a 1" sand leveling course.
I love the size of the patio
Planting beds are nice. The edge of patio isn't well defined before hitting the grass.
close to the house. They put planting beds between patio and house.
Steps, patio, wooden steps with railing
Serious grilling party. The grill is in prime position on this patio, which is larger than many restaurant patios.
“Push out for kitchen? Put deck off master?” — capohl
Re:Placement Design
4 Reviews
Geary Avenue
Ideabooks1,942
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Avoid clutter. The more elements your yard has, the tighter it will feel. Instead, try to use built-in seating, incorporate clean lines, avoid bulky furniture and keep plantings under control. “If there’s one thing that will get
Avoid clutter. The more elements your yard has, the tighter it will feel. Instead, try to use built-in seating, incorporate clean lines, avoid bulky furniture and keep plantings under control. “If there’s one thing that will get out of control
feel. Instead, try to use built-in seating, incorporate clean lines, avoid bulky furniture and keep plantings under control. “If there’s one thing that will get out of control and take over a small space, it’s a plant that’s too happy,” Arthur says.
“awesome” — mjkjrobinson
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