2,198 dark wood fireplace Landscape Design Photos

Griffin Enright Architects
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Santa Monica Canyon Residence
What are the dimensions of fireplace? Looks perfect with the size of the courtyard
Raised bed fireplace
Outdoor fireplace...Stucco, dark gravel...dark gravel?...gas fireplace...cement fireplace
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Hillside patio
fireplace plus space for a little fridge, grill, and wood storage
Landscaping around edges and outdoor kitchen and fireplace
Don't like the weathered wood
covered area fireplace
Pergola fireplace...Fireplace braai...Outdoor fireplace...outdoor fireplace...wood fencing
“I might consider this open concept if the deck were cement. The size of the area might negate mosqui” — mtpercy
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Contemporary Wall
The wood is ipe and it is stained.
multi-material wall, bench seating, could build in fireplace
Beautiful! Concrete Seating against Dark Wood
This is my favorite taking in stone and wood.
pockets for plants and even a fireplace treatment. There's a graphic rhythm to this space that makes it enjoyable both to view and to spend time visiting in.
Your garden's hardscaping features can also be ornamental elements. Juxtapose textures and finishes, such as these dark ipe hardwood planks, smooth
“Landcaping” — el_bonhomme
austin outdoor design
live eat relax and play in the back yard
The stain is a TWP mix of Butternut Brown and Dark Oak. Thanks for the question!
The deck is supported with conventional wood framing. We just go through the extra effort to make it appear as if it floating. Thanks for the question!
Cement and wood .. Fire pit
Love the fireplace.....either back patio or down
Add the comfort of fire. Outdoor fireplaces have become very popular in recent years. The primal attraction to the flame is irresistible, and the soft yellow glow is comforting. This is another view of the previous example; the playhouse in the distance now glows red from its clever lighting.
“Deck and lighting in top of deck roof” — Oliver Fuentes
Joe A. Gayle & Associates
Sandy Springs back yard retreat
Like the stones around the pool love the fireplace and covered seating
Back Patio Project Wood Burning
Pool, fireplace, putting green
gazebo with fireplace
pool, fireplace one day
pavilion build & fireplace.
Cool pool and fireplace
stone on fireplace...outdoor fireplace
“patio” — adrianobelotti
Wagner Hodgson
4 Reviews
Pool & Pool House
Love the pool house!! What kind of wood is it? and size of pool house?
Dark Gray Marcite - really a nice color.
Dark grey mar cite gunite color
Cool wood wall on the pool house.
covered area with fireplace and shed
Poolhouse: Table/fireplace/shade. Horizontal wood siding.
wood, flat roof, open sides, fireplace
“Pool house” — Cindy Slaman
Fifth Season Landscape Design & Construction
2 Reviews
High Style Family Retreat
What kind of wood and stain was used on the fence?
A very nice layout of the wood decking..lovely shade of blue..love the hedge running down behind
Did you ever find out the wood and stain?? I would love to know the stain color. Thanks.
Design also notes that the dark color of the cedar along with the hedge’s green creates a calming effect.
love this. love the wood. but not sure this is
Combination of dark linear wood and hedge
thin cedar wall. Since fencing ordinances typically prevent a fence higher than 6 feet, a large hedge can be a great way to add privacy to a yard. The dark color of the cedar along with the hedge’s green creates a calming effect.
higher than 6 feet, a large hedge can be a great way to add privacy to a yard. Chauncey Freeman of Fifth Season Landscape Design also notes that the dark color of the cedar along with the hedge’s green creates a calming effect.
“deck, deck seating” — elesse
Garden Architecture
3 Reviews
Garden Architecture/Robert Trachtenberg
who is the manufacturer of the fireplace?
I want to put in a fire pit in the back yard. I know I cannot just pour concrete on the ground. What do I create as a base before I put the concrete down? Can I just put a few slabs of wood down into the ground? bryanflake1984|
where is that table from? I have been looking for a chunky - wood or concrete outdoor table. please help!
want to do is dig out a little bit, back fill with compactable class II road base and then pour your concrete pad with rebar (in a perfect world.) The wood would rot over time and cause the concrete to crack and eventually fail. If you're looking at prefab options, you can let that sit on the gravel you
depth of the fireplace arch and yellow firebrick
“dirt and trees” — aloera76
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