5,239 arbor Landscape Design Photos

Chelsea Pineda Interiors
4 Reviews
Hidden Hills Cottage
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Questions5
Arbor @ the end of the sidewalk?
Arbor and roses reminds me of Daddy
front gate and arbor
Picket fence/arbor with flowers
Path and arbour...Arbor entrance...rose arbor...Fence arbor...rose arbor
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Landscape East & West
1 Review
Photobook: patios, water features, walls, gates and more!
Ideabooks11,193
Questions9
The arbor is cedar. In Oregon, it rains a lot. Cedar is a great option because it does not decompose or break down when it is wet. Juniper is another wood that does extremely well in wet conditions. I'm not sure what you have available in South Africa, but I'm sure your local building supply company
Raised stone walk way, arbor trellis, fence style.
need the arbour to cover the entire space - a foreshortened one helps draw the eye down away from the neighbours but doesn't feel claustrophobic.
“Outhouse” — pattymenard
Milieu Design
10 Reviews
Peter Wodarz, Milieu Design llc
Ideabooks6,792
Questions3
Grapes may be traditional for over arbors, but think outside the vine culture. Hops, that standard ingredient for beer, can work just as well, if not better, to cover an arbor or pergola or to train along a fence. You can even train hops, with support, as a small
Arbor vine to block out house behind
for over arbors, but think outside the vine culture. Hops, that standard ingredient for beer, can work just as well, if not better, to cover an arbor or pergola or to train along a fence. You can even train hops, with support, as a small tree. They're vigorous climbers — great for quick coverage, but you
“Garten” — wkrein
Great Oaks Landscape Associates Inc.
8 Reviews
Pergolas and Arbors
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Questions0
pergolas and arbors to accent the patio's, sitting areas, and outdoor living spaces.
Love the arbours, showing that it doesn't need to be a major project to have an amazing effect! Well done
I could imagine 2 or 3 wood arbors like this in your side yard, over the path. Connect
love this arbor for the end of driveway!
Series of arbors would be nice in our side yard; need shade tolerant climbing plants (bines).
“Plant material” — ullabulla
Architectural Landscape Design, Inc.
3 Reviews
Burns Avenue
Ideabooks3,119
Questions2
APLD The arbor is painted a traditional color for this formal space which keeps the garden sophisticated and tailored while accentuating the other shades of green in the plants. This color looks black, but is actually considered "Charleston Green." Here's a little info I found on the color, "http://www
Crushed limestone path and arbor bench
I like the arbor with the seat.
Love the look of this, obelisk/garden sculpture, black arbor, dark green plants contrasting
LIke tyhe statuary, the arbored bench, the hydrangas, pebbled path with almost hidden lighting
“Garden” — oksu
Great Oaks Landscape Associates Inc.
8 Reviews
Pergolas and Arbors
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Questions5
pergolas and arbors to accent the patio's, sitting areas, and outdoor living spaces.
for this arbor? Thank you.
Too tall, but concept for arbor/stone pier similar
love the curve arbor
arbor for narrow space
Arbor color and base
Half Round arbor...garden Arbor...Arbor gorgeous...s and Arbors
“Stone edge” — swongchiu
Shirley Bovshow
4 Reviews
Side Yard Makeover by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
Ideabooks46,191
Questions14
Hi. Great looking space. Could you share your source for the light having from the arbor? Or suggestions of where to look? Thanks. Just beautiful.
this with arbor, paver steps and everything planted along the path :) Looks so serene. I bet the birds really love this yard.
stones, arbor, and plantings. Arbor softens square concrete lines.
sells the arbor $150 - 200
vine-clad arbor creates a welcoming doorway. The stepping stones are nicely spaced, so people can even walk here in bare feet. The Mediterranean plantings have a unified, green palette to soothe the eyes — and there's even fragrant lavender, to release its scent when ankles brush by.
use an arbor or trellis, centered over a pathway, as is done so beautifully here. Suggest asymmetrical balance with natural or man-made sentinels of equal visual weight. For example, you can offset a large tree on one side of the view with a grouping of garden furniture on the opposite side. The items
“Wonderful garden path” — grohsj
Thompson Studio Architects
1 Review
Los Altos Hills Residence 2
Ideabooks4,173
Questions3
Love the one sidedness of the arbor
nice arbor...arching arbor...arched arbor...slanted top arbor...cantalevered arbor...Cantilevered arbor...angled arbor
“tonelle” — Chantale Bezeau
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