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Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
33 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
Ideabooks5,071
Questions3
OMG...MAKE MB a porch, put roof top on top of it, but now you need a 4th bedroom on third floor.
grouped into sets and sunrooms flank the lower levels. Significant here is the flare to the lowest eave line. This detail surfaced in original colonial designs; it was likely brought directly from the Netherlands. Notice how the shape of the front porch follows the fan light above the entrance door with sidelights
“path” — debclarkson
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Vegetable & Herb Garden
Ideabooks4,312
Questions4
Would love to have a pretty view into the courtyard from Remington Run. The area outside our bedroom would be a nice sunny spot and a pretty view outside our window
The design is inspiring!
design work
“Herb garden” — dianascannell
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
shwa
Ideabooks7,348
Questions4
Unlike wood, recycled plastic products never rot, encourage mold growth or need paint or toxic preservatives. Recycled plastic has come a long way in design terms. It's highly durable and can be very attractive, often coming in a range of bright colors. Considerations: Check that your recycled product is
“metal border” — laurannalie
Alderwood Landscaping
9 Reviews
Alderwood Landscape
Ideabooks3,562
Questions2
small water feature. If the hot tub were to go under the maple, could i have a water feature like this under the oak so I could hear it with my bedroom door open on a warm night?
Simple design for a small backyard or space.
installed by Alderwood Landscaping, provides a quiet spot in the backyard for thinking or zoning out.Next: Browse thousands of outdoor water feature designs
“fuente” — blancamata
Acanthus Design-Denise Woolery
3 Reviews
Acanthus Design
Ideabooks4,254
Questions1
form contrasts with the straight lines of the design. traditional landscape by Acanthus Design-Denise Woolery Acanthus Design-Denise WoolerySave to IdeabookEmail Photo 4. Cohesion. Repeating forms throughout a garden can help bring cohesion to a design. Here the sharp angle of the peaked roof is echoed
Acanthus Design-Denise WoolerySave to IdeabookEmail Photo 4. Cohesion. Repeating forms throughout a garden can help bring cohesion to a design. Here the sharp angle of the peaked roof is echoed in the pyramidal tuteurs, and the
4. Cohesion. Repeating forms throughout a garden can help bring cohesion to a design. Here the sharp angle of the peaked roof is echoed in the pyramidal tuteurs, and the bold outlines of the planting beds relate to the patterns on the
“Cool stairs and garden” — critzel
Welch Forsman Associates
1 Review
Lakeside Remodel
Ideabooks1,872
Questions3
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This arbor was designed by a landscape architect. We just manufactured the parts and constructed it. -WFA
arbor/pergola design. rectilinear geometric shapes against curves.
Part of the design replicates porch trim on our
not feeling the design on this one, but do like the casing between the posts and lower beam
Treated wood pergola design, basic with style
“Back yard” — judynesbitt
Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
5 Reviews
A Classic Country White Garden
Ideabooks33,718
Questions10
All planting design by Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
of course you could have one designed that projects even more: http://www.houzz.com/photos/68048/The-Kimble-eclectic-exterior-other-metros This is a pergola fronted portic that could be designed to include a roof. The two columns are appropriated for the French design: http://www.houzz.com/photos/
intricately designed yard like this one is perfect for entertaining, especially when a server mingles to make sure everyone's mint julep stays full.
A traditional potager has separate beds with one crop each. Today's potager-inspired gardens combine edibles and ornamentals but draw design cues from
While small herbs and flowering plants were the norm in English 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 small flowers and herbs into the interior landscape is a great idea because
“white columns and plantings” — michelleworralltilton
Gardens by Jeffrey Bale
The Goodfriend Garden
Ideabooks3,407
Questions1
The best walkway design I saw in a long search.
Inlaid pebble design between stones of pathway
pebble design with large flat rocks
Patient use of design to emphasise texture
Paving design. Slate and pebbles
The design in between rock
Little stones in walkway. Designs.
Stone design...Stones design...Design in concrete
“Pathway” — sewelg
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