394 rug Landscape Design Photos

Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Ideabooks5,954
Questions5
love the green rug with the stones
Artificial turf rug!
artificial turf "rug" for porch
Grass rug...artificial turf rug
“Fake grass but cool” — Stephen Cushing
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
Ideabooks3,153
Questions1
Don't like the color, but like the idea of insetting pattern tile like a rug.
Here's a softer take on the same idea. Rather than a single expanse of pavers, tiles that mimic a Moroccan rug add definition.
Rug tile...tile rug...Rug on patio...rug design...stone rug
“floor” — deede
Harmony Design Group
5 Reviews
Timeless Elegance
Ideabooks2,831
Questions1
best for a traditional style home set on a rural estate in Princeton NJ. For the dinning terrace a bluestone patio was installed with a brick inlayed rug. Plantings beds filled with perennials and flowering shrubs surround the patio and lead you down to the swimming pool. Built at existing grade to meet
"rug" herringbone pavers w bluestone boeder
“Little changing huts at pool.” — eddelowry
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks3,207
Questions2
2013 For landscape accents. Even though boulders are obviously practical, there's no reason why they can't be added to your landscape for their sheer rugged beauty. Build a patio around a giant one, add a grouping in your landscape bed or use a large, flat one for kids to scramble over and play on. Use
For landscape accents. Even though boulders are obviously practical, there's no reason why they can't be added to your landscape for their sheer rugged beauty. Build a patio around a giant one, add a grouping in your landscape bed or use a large, flat one for kids to scramble over and play on. Use
For landscape accents. Even though boulders are obviously practical, there's no reason why they can't be added to your landscape for their sheer rugged beauty. Build a patio around a giant one, add a grouping in your landscape bed or use a large, flat one for kids to scramble over and play on. Use
“plants on sculpture?” — willpit
Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
Ideabooks3,495
Questions2
The difference between a big rock and a boulder is, well, size. A boulder is generally a rock that is at least 10 inches across. It can be smooth or rugged, rounded or somewhat flat, but it's the size that sets it apart. Every geographic area has its native boulders, whether limestone, honeycomb, moss
The difference between a big rock and a boulder is, well, size. A boulder is generally a rock that is at least 10 inches across. It can be smooth or rugged, rounded or somewhat flat, but it's the size that sets it apart. Every geographic area has its native boulders, whether limestone, honeycomb, moss
“Rock and maple” — frannyfaull
Amy Martin Landscape Design
4 Reviews
Matisse Garden Pond Walkway
Ideabooks6,368
Questions5
(Juniperus procumbens ‘Nana’), and perennials with contrasting forms, like iris or hosta. Perhaps the most popular cultivar is ‘Wiltonii’ (also called ‘Blue Rug’), which grows only 4 to 6 inches tall. Found on Vinalhaven island in Maine and introduced by South Wilton Nurseries in Connecticut, this form is salt
native creeping juniper, full sun and dry soil, russian sage and nepeta, blue rug juniper, rocks.
(Juniperus procumbens ‘Nana’), and perennials with contrasting forms, like iris or hosta.Perhaps the most popular cultivar is ‘Wiltonii’ (also called ‘Blue Rug’), which grows only 4 to 6 inches tall. Found on Vinalhaven island in Maine and introduced by South Wilton Nurseries in Connecticut, this form is salt
“Pond” — Vicki Norton-Harrison
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Le Petit Chalet
Ideabooks7,163
Questions4
natural stone patio like a stone rug; beautiful fence
A patio overlooking Somes Sound "is like an outdoor stone area rug on the lawn," Cunningham says. Paper birch trees add color and help stabilize the soil. Although he chose many pioneer species that can grow in poor
“Nice” — kimjeff123
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Carmel Highlands
Ideabooks7,243
Questions7
seating around the fire pit while maintaining the naturalistic feel of the site. Built furniture would clutter the foreground, detracting from the rugged beauty of the place itself; this rustic seating solution blends with the surroundings.
“ice plant with stones add firepit” — marshadu4
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