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Butter Lutz Interiors, LLC
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Zeterre Landscape Architecture
what is the concept of this grass pattern?
What is the material used to create the white pattern?
It was actually base on an abstraction of a palm tree and frond pattern.
pattern and use of stepping stones
Abstraction on palm tree & frond pattern with cement
gardens must be the epitome of viewing gardens. Both the design and the planting scheme create a combined picture that can be seen on many levels.The patterns cut in the lawn serve no purpose other than the visual impact they make and the interest and pleasure they give the viewer.More: Old-School Design:
consists of asymmetrical elements. A linear span of grass and pavers creates a central axis, intersected by a narrow pool of water. The pavers’ pattern looks symmetrical around this centerline. While all the elements on each side are not mirror images, they work together beautifully.
Torre Construction & Development
Historic Restoration and Preservation
herringbone pattern with soldier brick sides
Type of brick, mortar and pattern
Love the herringbone pattern on the brick especially with it's more traditional and simple border placement
brick pattern, but with stone/different color bricks or stones
brick pattern for courtyard
Look closely at the pattern
Walkway brick and pattern
Walkway bricks and patterns
Love brick and pattern !
Like pattern of brick
herringbone brick pattern
Diagonal brick pattern
brick pattern on sidewalk
herrringbone patterned brick
Archiverde Landscape Architecture
to match the diamond shaped pattern of this fence. Very pretty. Adore the stained glass gate!
diamond pattern on fence with espaliers grown on
Belgian fence/lattice pattern with vines for a informal
A Belgian fence (or lattice pattern) makes a stylish adornment for a blank wall. This type of espalier can be a bit complicated if trees trained as single cordons are used, but vines lend themselves quite readily to this pattern.
Belgian fence (or lattice pattern) makes a stylish adornment for a blank wall. This type of espalier can be a bit complicated if trees trained as single cordons are used, but vines lend themselves quite readily to this pattern.
Rear fence pattern for the rear alley
the way the diamond pattern works into the fence
out in true yatsuhashi fashion, with the lumber in each section leading the visitor forward. This creates an interesting and contemplative pattern. The lumber pattern is repeated on the dwelling, pulling the eye forward as well as upward and creating a homogenous, nurturing vibe. Safety is a concern when
that literally means “eight bridges.” Originally, eight wooden planks were laid out in a zigzag pattern, without railings and generally over a shallow pond surrounded by irises. Legend has it that this pattern kept evil spirits away, because the spirits could not make 90-degree turns. This belief led to
yatsuhashi fashion, with the lumber in each section leading the visitor forward. This creates an interesting and contemplative pattern. The lumber pattern is repeated on the dwelling, pulling the eye forward as well as upward and creating a homogenous, nurturing vibe. Safety is a concern when building
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
English Tudor Estate & Garden
Like diamond pattern but on a much smaller scale
cross pattern in drive
Paving Stone Patterns
Brick patterns...Pattern colours...Driveway pattern...brick pattern...herringbone pattern
Frederick + Frederick Architects
The pattern of the old bricks
Brick pattern, grasses
Pattern of brick and flagstone
Interesting pattern on pathway
Love the walk way pattern
basket weave pattern
The pattern...Crazy pattern...walkway pattern...Brick pattern
Gregory Lombardi Design
Transitions: Pathways, Landings & Steps
The pattern of the brick on the walk way
I like the walk brick pattern
herringbone brick pattern w soldier brick sides
Walkway herringbone brick pattern
Herringbone pattern with edge.
like the pattern...brick pattern...paving pattern