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Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
6 Reviews
A Classic Country White Garden
Ideabooks35,798
Questions10
All planting design by Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
of course you could have one designed that projects even more: ... This is a pergola fronted portic that could be designed to include a roof. The two columns
columns are appropriated for the French design: ...
gardens prior to the parterre, Mollett chose boxwoods to border the designs so that the design was more prominent from above. Incorporating both boxwoods and
parterre-style designs allow for the horticultural play of positive-negative forms. We first notice the dark green boxwood X-shape design of the two formal
is the negative? You need both to complete the design.
Later these basically two-dimensional designs were "embroidered" with plants, creating a richly
Boxwood design with pots in the middle
“Front yard plan” — ecallowhill
Gardens by Gabriel
13 Reviews
Earth, Water & Fire
Ideabooks10,586
Questions6
LOVE this yard design! For the bench, did Maysun Wells also design and build this? What are the dimensions, as it relates
Try similar shapes Repetition of shape is one of the best design devices for creating continuity in a garden. In this relatively small space
4. Try similar shapesRepetition of shape is one of the best design devices for creating continuity in a garden. In this relatively small space
plane. Punctuations of agave add to the artful approach of this planting design. The millstone fountain, fire bowl and seat wall are great architectural
success in the garden. No matter how much I have read about plants and design, nothing has come close to informing me more than trial, error and observation
“Similar shapes” — trakjester
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
1 Review
Agave in tapered steel container
Ideabooks2,211
Questions1
3. Designing along the axis. Much classical landscape design makes use of bilateral symmetry, in which shapes
NATURAL LOW CARE GRASSES??? Designing along the axis. Much classical landscape design makes use of bilateral symmetry, in which shapes
contrasts with the straight lines of the design.
3. Designing along the axis. Much classical landscape design makes use of bilateral symmetry, in which shapes
at a point or along an axis. This creates a sense of order and gives the design a feeling of balance. In a large garden, long axes tend to dominate, but
sculptural quality) whose form contrasts with the straight lines of the design.
“Meadow” — Mary Slocum
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
We pride ourselves in designing unique landscapes that are a reflection of our clients desires and budgets. Projects range from outdoor kitchens, decks, fireplaces, construction to custom landscapes.
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Banyon Tree Design Studio
9 Reviews
'Spira Mirabilis'
Ideabooks2,590
Questions3
custom design and installation and not really something that you can buy off the shelf. I would suggest you work with a professional to design specifically
suggested a spiral with steel walls and swirling concrete in one schematic design. The Reynoldses liked the idea so much that they took it one step further
other things, the ratio makes for very visually balanced and appealing designs.The idea especially interested Craig, an actuary, who was thrilled to hear
Port was already well versed in this special ratio. “We worked it into the design in a number of places, including, most significantly, in the ratio of the
AFTER: With the golden ratio as her guide, landscape designer Lisa Port meticulously transformed every detail of this landscape. From
“Interesting retaining wall and use of zones to define space.” — chizzle
Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
6 Reviews
Green Driveway
Ideabooks4,764
Questions3
out of the box thinking!!! I couldn't believe you can drive on the swirl design. Genius!!!
can't take credit for much of the design. Molly LaPatra of LaPatra Architects did most of the overall conceptual designing. I just figured out how to build
build it all and offered materials and design ideas on the finer points. Molly is fantastic!
I love the contrast and unique design elements
The layout and design is impressive. It looks clean and sleek and the creativity is absolute.
But why show restraint with such an exuberant gesture? In this garden, designed by LaPatra Architects and installed by Avalon Northwest Landscape, a green
“Design dans pelouse” — Joëlle-Annie Lefebvre
Gregory Lombardi Design
1 Review
Transitions: Pathways, Landings & Steps
Ideabooks8,916
Questions2
this trellis structure are yews. Fletcher Steele was the designer for the original landscape design installed in the late 1920's/early 30's. I believe these
that installation. Steele's design was a 5 pronged brick walk sitting in lawn surrounded by a circle of 3' yews. Our design replaced the brick walk, then
Crystal designed in tile ground for meditation
the rock design art that dad wanted
“perfect outdoor setting” — janaki13vec
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
Ideabooks5,810
Questions1
lost. Eclectic Landscape by Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design SaveEmail Mix shapes and textures. A garden bed filled
cultivar may be in order. If your aesthetic is traditional, you may opt for a design emphasizing green foliage or white flowers. The rest of you can dare to
PRO Kathleen Shaeffer Design, Exterior Spaces All of the green grass is Festuca rubra and the red is
narrow but powerful palette, which is exactly what you see in this design.
Designing Your Hillside GardenCreativity is in order in planting a garden on
may opt for a design emphasizing green foliage or white flowers. The rest of you can dare to mix things up and have some fun.When designing a garden on a
“garage wall” — deanacorsa
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
2 Reviews
Floating Layers
Ideabooks3,214
Questions4
Like a work of art that once completed isn’t designed to be altered or touched up, so Burle Marx’s garden designs aren’t meant to be added to, only maintained
maintained in the same state as they were intended by the designer. They are designed to be static and not develop to a greater or lesser extent over time, making
making them ideal companions to modernist architecture. To create a similar design in temperate gardens, it is possibly best to use slow-growing evergreens
Like a work of art that once completed isn’t designed to be altered or touched up, so Burle Marx’s garden designs aren’t meant to be added to, only maintained
maintained in the same state as they were intended by the designer. They are designed to be static and not develop to a greater or lesser extent over time, making
“Garden” — protheroe
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