5,978 arbor Landscape Design Photos

Grounds by Design - Fine Landscapes
Matt Giroux
Ideabooks3,268
Questions0
Love this arbor for the farm
Make repairs to the hardscape elements of your garden, such as arbors, fences and gates. Access to these structures may be easier and there's less chance of damaging nearby plants while the garden is dormant.
Arbor. Oh my gosh...walkway arbor...cool rustic arbor...Construction arbor...Roundwood arbor...Snow covered arbor
“LOVE” — mawalden
Elaine M. Johnson
11 Reviews
Elaine M. Johnson
Ideabooks790
Questions0
Use my arbor in front of house
Arbor is nice with the lights
arbor...not too huge or intrusive straight lines; easier to build than curved one
I want arbor at end of sidewalk
single posts CAN be made into a nice arbor/pergola
love the arbor with the lights on it nice idea, could do up lighting as well
Outdoor lights on arbor
arbor lights, plants either side
arbor design...Arbour with lights...Arbor with lights...side of the arbor...Katz arbor...Lights on arbor....Arbor over walkway...entry arbor
“Arbor” — dlmorin
Carolyn Chadwick
garden design in Bennekom, the Netherlands
Ideabooks1,008
Questions0
Arbor ///stain on 6x6 for boarders
privacy arbor instead of a fence?
arbor/pergola and transition to lawn
Entry vine arbor gateway
arbor for fence-gates
basic square wooden arbor
simple pergola/arbor
Lush & arbor...Simple Arbour Idea
“Simple pergola” — thepicklemonkey
Art Gems
4 Reviews
Adirondack Style Inside & Out
Ideabooks1,353
Questions0
super charming--could be just right with all the plants growing up the fence--arbor is a little high
Love the arbor gate.
Twig Arbor and fence.
light arbor & light fence.
Fence and arbor....Arbor with fence...Arbor with...Rustic fence/arbor...Arbor and plants...Log arbor
“bee balm” — barbliles
Stocker Hoesterey Montenegro
3 Reviews
Overbrook Residence
Ideabooks3,465
Questions3
Back patio arbor - more SW look
Small arbor on house
freestanding window arbor
Stone, arbor over window
arbor mounted over window
Arbor attached to home.
window arbor...Arbor over window...arbor at house
“vine to keep west side of house cooler...can it be grown in a put though?” — luannbk
Outside Landscape Group
3 Reviews
Outside Landscape Group
Ideabooks22,363
Questions8
Where can I find an arbor like this? Love it.
What is the vine on the arbor?
The arbor looks like custom made out of wood, something that doesn't need sealing and still would have nice patina so not to affect the Carolina jessamine.
No, the building material of arbor?
I believe this arbor was a custom build. :)
the mood and density of the plant covering the arbor
The heavily-vined arbor leads to yet
Highlight nature. Peer through this vine-clad arbor and observe layer upon layer of shape, form, color and texture. Each plant is highlighted in sharp relief because of the way sunlight dances across its form.When you plan an island bed, lay out a perennial border or place a specimen tree, consider how
“vines on wooden archway” — kateclaytor
Lori Scott Landscape Design
Lori Scott Landscape Design
Ideabooks9,301
Questions4
Nice arbor (metal?) low seating wall
Arbor along back of patio.
The arbor...Arbor style..simple...arbor, fire pit
“Patio flower cover” — leonor8
Andrew Renn
3 Reviews
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Ideabooks20,434
Questions3
hallmarks of English landscaping is the movement away from rigid geometric garden beds and toward serpentine shapes. In this case, the arch of the arbor leading into a secondary "room" echoes the curve of the garden beds. The use of plants rather than formal walls lends a cohesive feel to the entire
pedestrians to slow down and admire the garden's sensory gifts.The second curvaceous detail emerges in the distance — an arbor that acts as a doorway to the hidden garden beyond. This arbor's placement is successful because the lawn continues beneath it like a walking path — and plantings on either side prevent
The sumptuous curves of this garden draw you into the composition immediately. The charming arbor draws you in deeper and promises access to the garden that can be seen in the distance. But without passing under that arch, crossing that threshold and rounding that last curve in the lawn, you'll never
“Perhaps your hardscape is firmly established and not easily changed. No worries. Redesigning your be” — katpur24
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