1,997 painted brick fireplace Landscape Design Photos

Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
33 Reviews
Custom Outdoor Kitchen, Fireplace and Dining
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Custom Outdoor Kitchen, Fireplace and Dining
What paint color is on the wood siding exterior?
thanks for your note jessica, that color was chosen and painted by the homeowner. I'm not familiar with the name or brand. We did the landscape design and installation, but not the paint on the house.
wood on top od brick wall
“wood on top od brick wall” — scoutperkins
Kepes Architecture
5 Reviews
City Garden
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gate from front side yard. Gate leads to new garden at rear of house. Latticewrk is pressure treated yellow pine attached to painted steel frame. Gate is 3-form fiber panel on painted steel frame.
painted brick
“Like the fence” — amicuswill
Goldberg & Rodler, Inc.
Summer Color
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brick patio
brick pier...white brick...outdoor fireplace
Goldberg & Rodler, Inc.
Bocce Court
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brick patio
brick pier...white brick...outdoor fireplace
Goldberg & Rodler, Inc.
Outdoor Shower & Pergola
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brick patio
brick pier...white brick...outdoor fireplace
Goldberg & Rodler, Inc.
Formal Front Entry
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brick patio
brick pier...white brick...outdoor fireplace
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
Private Residence - English Tudor Estate Garden
Ideabooks236
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Wonderful English Tudor estate and garden in Westover Hills, TX featuring raised all tile pool, antique brick, outdoor cabana, dining area and boxwood parterre. Architecture by Dobbins+Crow Architects.
Brick portico w/tv - circle design
Circle brick patio design
outdoor fireplace...brick design
“arcades” — maggietobyphoebe
Duguid Design - DDLA Design
Crescent Residence
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space set atop a hilltop overlooking the Calgary skyline. Property features craftsman inspired design material and elements including stone walkways, fireplace, built-in seating and a fire pit.
Most excellent way to create steps up to anywhere...the natural approach or rather the plant texturing is preferred to a rudimentary brick or cobble stone path.
“brick under stairs?” — Camille Carleton
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