21,553 natural rug Landscape Design Photos

Plan-it Earth Design
4 Reviews
Rain Gardens
Ideabooks2,004
Questions0
Like the feel of natural placement of plants against slate
like the natural edge and the path
natural landscape that is free form--like the rocks w the plants
planting pockets, casual and natural
“Paver path” — Lindsey Feiner
Leslie Rohrer
Entrance courtyard
Ideabooks1,317
Questions0
Very naturally green and has a great flow!
Curved steps, natural materials
Wall very natural...looks natural
“Feel of pavers and greenery” — sfikse
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
6 Reviews
Family Pool
Ideabooks29,087
Questions7
Makes me appreciate more the beauty of nature
Like natural look with the planting on the bank
love the natural landscaping and beautiful path
“Green Grass between terraced and boundary landscape” — jphilljack
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Asian Inspired Woodland Garden
Ideabooks611
Questions0
pond. Hammer small stones into soil banks, don't use pea gravel. Keep exposed roots and route around natural features.
Your feature will have a natural look if you choose four or five types and sizes of stone in complementary colors.
love the natural look for the ditch
Natural drainage
“dry creek planting” — miski
Ag-Trac Enterprises LC
11 Reviews
Natural Landscape
Ideabooks269
Questions0
like the natural rock as retaining wall
Natural-looking retaining wall idea for back tree area
Natural Landscape
“Rockery step down” — finlayto
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
Ideabooks1,372
Questions1
gravel paths around pine trees with natural boulders used in raised natural planters for Japanese maples and flowering trees and shrubs.
like grasses next to rocks, looks natural
stone seat. very natural looking
“bridge” — Mona Rose
Darwin Webb Landscape Architects, P.S.
Mercer Island Modern
Ideabooks1,920
Questions2
2nd view of natural shaped fountain
Love the fountain, very natural looking!
natural rock fountain
Naturals rock
“fountain on stone base” — chezsagefemme
Cathy Warner
Japanese Garden
Ideabooks1,098
Questions1
The Japanese Garden is considered High Art. It is a celebration of the senses, a marriage of art and nature. Dating back to the 7th century, the creator utilizes a unique combination of rocks, water, sand, paths, stepping stones, and prized plants to craft a setting of absolute tranquility. It embraces
Contrast of natural materials in the garden
narrative - "The Japanese Garden is considered High Art. It is a celebration of the senses, a marriage of art and nature....".
“Placement of rocks” — romerortr
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