6,084 mixed fabric Landscape Design Photos

Luci.D Interiors
1 Review
Woodside
Ideabooks2,294
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Mixed fabrics Experiment with raised-bed materials. For their garden’s raised beds, this family in Australia used old corrugated metal and stacked wood for a
for the raised beds; mix of modern and rustic materials in the garden makes for an eclectic feel. Great use of old and new materials, repurposed is cost saving!
corrugated raised beds mixed with wood beds
“Wellblech Beete nicht übel” — villa111
Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes
Landscapes
Ideabooks2,113
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Wildflower mix along back drive-both sides
Plant for color. A cottage garden is, above all, vibrant. You can use an exuberant mix of colors, go for something bold or stick to softer shades. A color wheel can be a great guide for choosing colors, whether you want them to contrast or complement each other.Design tip: If you're new to designing
variety; the repetition of color will have a calming and harmonious effect. As you get bolder, add a pop of contrasting color — yellow nasturtiums mixed in with blue pansies and delphiniums, bright red lupine nestled among white Shasta daisies and pink echinacea or a bright orange black-eyed Susan scattered
“plant choices” — barbliles
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
Ideabooks5,295
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A mix of shapes and textures is more interesting
Mix shapes and textures. A garden bed filled with a range of shapes, from upright to gently
Mix shapes and textures. A garden bed filled with a range of shapes, from upright to gently spreading, will be more interesting
Vary the plant height. A mix of tall and low plants, even if the difference is only a few inches, can make the difference between a garden that is static and a lively one. Keeping
That way the shortest plants won’t get lost. Eclectic Landscape by Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design SaveEmail Mix shapes and textures. A garden bed filled with a range of shapes, from upright to gently spreading, will be more interesting than one where all the plants
“Japanese blood grass” — benkrupp
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
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MIEROP DESIGN
Mixed border planting
Ideabooks1,628
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Lush colorful mixed border in full sun Lisa Mierop
colorful mixed border in full sun Lisa Mierop
Mix of trees, shrubs, flowers and plants
low wall, mixed border
Mixed border plantings
mixed border, stone wall
Mixed border planting
Mixed garden...mixed border...mixed borders
“garden” — townhousereno
ModernBackyard
4 Reviews
Garden Serenity
Ideabooks6,922
Questions2
backyard path gravel and stone mix
Mix of materials that make up the path
Like the mix of the materials.
5. Mix up your materials. Perhaps you have an existing patio, or are considering adding one but are unsure how to make it feel like a natural part of your garden. Take a cue from
Transition mix of rocks greens planted
Greg likes the mix of gravel for walkway
5. Mix up your materials. Perhaps you have an existing patio, or are considering adding one but are unsure how to make it feel like a natural part of your garden. Take a cue from this backyard. The gravel covering the path leading to the patio is the same color as the bluestone patio. Bands of bluestone
“intermittent gravel and pavers” — Jeremiah Smith
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
Ideabooks1,162
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lavender mix with plumes of grass
front parking area. What kind of grass is this?” “garden - grasses and lavender mix” “I would add these as border grasses at the edging of the yard as it progresses into the wooded areas” “The softer tones of lavender also mix well with lighter shades and
The softer tones of lavender also mix well with lighter shades and wispy plumes of grass.
The softer tones of lavender also mix well with lighter shades and wispy plumes of grass.
“Grass” — jbnr
mscape design
3 Reviews
Haramaki residence
Ideabooks8,644
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Mix concrete, steppers, ground cover, and deck
Mix of ground surfaces. Concrete, wood planks, stone. Like trellises, too
mix of wood and cement tiles
Stone and decking mixed
mix of cement, wood, stone
mix of surfaces is nice
decking mixed with concrete
Mixed media
“backyard” — lahouseremodel
Koreman Landscape Company
2 Reviews
Our work
Ideabooks1,519
Questions3
great mix of evergreens: Mixed with other woody plants, creeping juniper adds texture and contrast, especially when used with false cypress (Chamaecyparis spp) or blue spruce
Mixed with other woody plants, creeping juniper adds texture and contrast, especially when used with false cypress (Chamaecyparis spp) or blue spruce
like the mix of evergreen shrubs, especially for winter but need more colour in spring/summer/fall
Mixed with other woody plants, creeping juniper adds texture and contrast, especially when used with false cypress (Chamaecyparis spp) or blue spruce.In
“Bosque lindo” — sonia R
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