5,624 dark finish Landscape Design Photos

Willman Interiors / Gina Willman, ASID
12 Reviews
Lot 9
Ideabooks9,436
Questions2
Love the plantings with the dark wood and concrete
Smaller width boards; dark finish....dark decking look
“Walkway over pond” — minstrel1
Dreambuilder Custom Homes
4 Reviews
Dreambuilder 4
Ideabooks8,439
Questions1
Dark finish in pool....Shape, dark pool
“Everything!” — kizmet22
Modern Landscape
Ideabooks1,157
Questions3
Are these blocked burnished or are they shot blast finished?
in ultra lightweight forms and are readily available in light and dark gray finishes.
in ultra lightweight forms and are readily available in light and dark gray finishes. by Huettl Landscape Architecture
in ultra lightweight forms and are readily available in light and dark gray finishes.
aggregate blocks - light or dark finish
“modern retaining wall block” — hillumbo
Loudoun County Landscape Architecture
Complete Outdoor Environments
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AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
6 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios
Ideabooks3,489
Questions5
I have painted my bathroom to dark, what can I do to brighten it up?
What color is the finish in the pool? I love the dark color.
Paint to dark!...light stone tiles / dark pool bottom...dark pool tile...too dark...dark pool...too dark = not inviting...Dark pool white tiles...Dark pool bed...Natural dark water
“I love this pool because you can go back and forth” — jp9532
Elliott Brundage Landscape Design
11 Reviews
Pool and spa
Ideabooks11,884
Questions10
higher for this type of finish than natural cleft stone.
The paving material is a flame finished New York bluestone.
Dark purple is salvia. Light purple is Nepeta, commonly known as Catmint. The variety may be 'Walkers Low'.
Flame finishing the surface of the stone makes it smoother and more uniform than a naturally
Purple Sylvia -dark purple Light purple - nepetap
light lilac catmint 'Walker's Low' and dark purple
The dark purple is salvia( there are many varieties). The lighter plant is Nepeta(
"The dark purple is salvia( there are many varieties). The lighter plant is Nepeta(
Deep, dark purples, like 'May Night' salvia, and light, airy lavenders, such as 'Walker's Low' catmint, are a classic blend. Try planting them in alternating
“The round pillars and the flowers” — doriangriffin
Timothy Lee landscape design
14 Reviews
Garden Gate
Ideabooks36,009
Questions13
through some very old project files buried in my garage! My memory says its a dark forest green by Sherwin Williams. Best bet is to get some color samples
get irregular bluestone steppers too they typically have a natural cleft finish which is relatively smooth, smoother then the ones pictured here and brown
fences have to be natural unstained or unpainted wood. The contrast of the dark painted fence against the bark of the trees ties in with the color of the
dark fencing lattice slats on top
“Fence” — Jennifer McLauchlan
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Milieu Design
Ideabooks1,305
Questions1
project by Milieu Design. USDA zones: 5 to 8 Height: 24 to 35 feet Color: Dark green leaves in summer; turns fiery orange in fall; deciduous Light requirement:
Chantileer pear. Pyrus calleryana. pyramidal shape.24-35'. Dark green leaves. fiery orange in fall.deciduous. full sun.
chanticleer pear trees USDA zones: 5 to 8 Height: 24 to 35 feet Color: Dark green leaves in summer; turns fiery orange in fall; deciduous Light requirement:
project by Milieu Design. USDA zones: 5 to 8 Height: 24 to 35 feet Color: Dark green leaves in summer; turns fiery orange in fall; deciduous Light requirement:
a project by Milieu Design.USDA zones: 5 to 8Height: 24 to 35 feetColor: Dark green leaves in summer; turns fiery orange in fall; deciduous Light requirement:
“stepping stones in grass” — lkjome
Alderwood Landscape Architecture and Construction
32 Reviews
Resort Style in the backyard
Ideabooks12,494
Questions1
What type of gravel is that? I love that it's dark & different. And what did you use to keep it from the lawn? It's all done very b
of decorative rock to bring out the rest of the landscaping. I like the dark colored rock that really brings out the lighter, larger stones. I think
Dark rock with big rocks inset
“Color of rock” — liltap
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