Scott Brinitzer Design Associates
1 Review
An Arlington Residence
Ideabooks8,533
Questions7
The garden that we created unifies the property by knitting together five different garden areas into an elegant landscape surrounding the house. Different garden rooms, each with their own character and “mood”, offer places to sit or wander through to enjoy the property. The result is that in a small space you have several different garden experiences all while understanding ...More
“Tiles” — oneputtguy
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
“plants” — tiffanylynnlong
Sage Outdoor Designs
3 Reviews
Sunwashed Mediterranean Garden
Ideabooks547
Questions0
Karen Reinecke
“landscape” — guguzwane
a Blade of Grass
9 Reviews
Brookline Brownstone
Ideabooks1,449
Questions1
The formal rectangular lawn anchors the viewing garden, with colorful planting accents and the pergola as a focal point and sitting area.
“Lavender plant” — Jewl Pascua
EPT DESIGN
Pasadena
Ideabooks1,179
Questions2
Jack Coyier
“Steps” — savannahgilbo
Aquascape Inc.
5 Reviews
Fountainscapes
Ideabooks1,541
Questions2
Fountains add the soothing sound of running water to your landscape. Butterflies and birds love these fountains.
“Driveway” — ninapennewell
Botaniscapes by Tracey
Another Front Yard Lawn Removal Project - Alpine, CA
Ideabooks130
Questions0
This project had a few different water & sunlight areas to consider. The front entry is mostly shady and the previous lawn area in the front yard is mostly sunny. This client has a narrow side yard with neighbors very close. Columnar and vining plants were strategically used to gain some privacy on this side of the house.
“No lawn” — Lauren Anderberg
Paces Construction Co
5 Reviews
Outdoor Rooms and Spaces
Ideabooks2,509
Questions4
We used a free form vine we harvested from our woods as a handrail on these garden steps for a small Buckhead garden.
“Stairs to garden” — lalnai
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