216 permanent Landscape Design Photos

Rick O'Donnell Architect
26 Reviews
Rear Planters
Ideabooks8,557
Questions5
What do you like about this photo? The material. Very organized looking. Permanent (good). But also permanent (bad)
Another simple design, but way more permanent.
complete a project like this on your own, but most homeowners will want to hire a masonry crew to install the beds properly. Pros: Masonry can be a permanent addition, and the supplies are available almost everywhere. Masonry raised beds are very attractive and can be built to blend in with or even match
complete a project like this on your own, but most homeowners will want to hire a masonry crew to install the beds properly. Pros: Masonry can be a permanent addition, and the supplies are available almost everywhere. Masonry raised beds are very attractive and can be built to blend in with or even match
“Another simple design, but way more permanent.” — jkerth
Earthwork Landscape Architects
Masterton Masterpiece
Ideabooks387
Questions0
to commit permanently to a sandbox in the backyard: Build a raised veggie bed and fill it with sand instead. When your children are older, you can have the sand hauled out and fill the bed with soil.
This is such a smart idea if you don’t want to commit permanently to a sandbox
commit permanently to a sandbox in the backyard: Build a raised veggie bed and fill it with sand instead. When your children are older, you can have the sand hauled out and fill the bed with soil.
Sand pit now, veggie bed later. This is such a smart idea if you don’t want to commit permanently to a
Sand pit now, veggie bed later. This is such a smart idea if you don’t want to commit permanently to a sandbox in the backyard: Build a raised veggie bed and fill it with sand instead. When your children are older, you can have the sand hauled
“Sank box for kids” — Guillaume Iacino
MESA Landscape Architects, Inc
MESA Landscape Architects
Ideabooks3,808
Questions1
choice for this landscape style. Although you needn't reach the heights of this example, yours should have the same sense of being weathered, yet permanent — this is not the time to look for low wooden walkways or a modern, angular design.
choice for this landscape style. Although you needn't reach the heights of this example, yours should have the same sense of being weathered, yet permanent — this is not the time to look for low wooden walkways or a modern, angular design.
“Bridge raised” — dkingshill1
A Pleno Sol
Explanada
Ideabooks43,872
Questions8
Bring in the ShadeTime required: For setting up one large umbrella or a pop-up tent, less than an hour. For a more permanent structure like shade sails, permanent concrete footings can be involved and it can take a few days.Starting budget: Find a 95-inch umbrella at West Elm for $125; the stand is sold
“엄마의 공간” — joedoosung
koolbeanzzzz
FLA Rock Garden Landscape
Ideabooks2,296
Questions0
required to pour the concrete, this is a job best left to the professionals. Cost: $3.70 to $6.50 per linear foot installed. Advantages: It is permanent (possibly lasting decades) and very durable, works well in a variety of landscape styles and gives your garden a sophisticated and upscale appeal
Depending upon where you live, it could be a more expensive option, and if you are a gardener who likes to change things up every now and then, this permanent edging option may not be for you. Maintenance: Because the ground beneath any concrete surface can shift, cracks can occur. Some minor surface cracks
Concrete edges for a permanent look.
skill required to pour the concrete, this is a job best left to the professionals.Cost: $3.70 to $6.50 per linear foot installed.Advantages: It is permanent (possibly lasting decades) and very durable, works well in a variety of landscape styles and gives your garden a sophisticated and upscale appeal
“Of” — joanie1
Modern Landscape
Ideabooks7,207
Questions4
Seat-height raised permanent beds
MORE PERMANENT
“raised beds/seating area?” — bellropeview1
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
30 Reviews
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
Ideabooks11,140
Questions1
the materials are widely available.Cons: Stacked or nestled rocks do not work with every type of landscape style. This type of construction isn't permanent, but that can also be considered an asset if you decide to change the shape or location of your beds. Cost: If you already have rocks on your property
“free form beds” — cestes007
Tipi
Ideabooks1,561
Questions1
Create a festival vibe If a permanent camping solution in the back garden is not an option, or if you prefer sleeping under canvas, try a tepee filled with cushions and blankets. This
“Sweet for kids” — melwellsmin
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