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Rich Mathers Construction, Inc.
Historically related. Try mixing styles that have some similarities. For instance, elements from Greek, Roman, French and formal styles can work well together; the same goes for Spanish, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern styles. Simple Asian-style gardens tend to work well with contemporary
architecture.Tell us: Have you created a garden that contrasts with the architectural style of your home? Browse more garden style guides
Maria Hickey & Associates Landscapes
do not want the garden to have a wild english style
the arts and crafts style garden ie Gertrude Jekyl
cottage garden path. Adapt plants to seaside style
look flowers are bumping up against their neighbors, like a mosh pit of perennials. It’s charming and well suited to the style of house and, I assume, suits the owner’s sense of style. The point is, if your goal is to maintain a certain balance of space and mass, pay attention to the mature size of each
The flair of cottage garden planting. Planting schemes moved away from Victorian restrictions and turned to a more naturalistic or cottage garden style. These plantings related to the site and soil conditions, the local identity and how the plants grew naturally.Plants were grown in drifts and allowed
Nilsen Landscape Design, LLC
Wellesley Cottage Garden
3. What’s your home’s style? The next step is to evaluate your home’s architecture. Look at its style and palette of colors. For fencing you usually want to stay within a home’s theme. Nilsen says the best designs take the home’s style and carry the notion through.Nilsen also sticks with an easy design
ornate home, ornate fence.” It sounds elementary, but it works.Shown: This white picket fence complements the traditional style of the wood-shingled Cape Cod. Find your home’s style
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Style Secret: Outdoor ConnectionThanks to their natural overtones, rustic rooms often feel like an extension of the outdoors. Draw parallels between exterior and interior spaces — for example, the asymmetrical log swing shown here would be a natural extension of a lodge-style space. Screened and covered
manicured garden would feel uncomfortably rigid with this style. Keep plantings loose and lush, as if unplanned and rooted by happenstance. Or go one step further and let nature take over — it has a pretty good eye for detail.More 'So Your Style Is': Traditional | Contemporary | Transitional | Cottage
Cottage | Eclectic | Industrial | CoastalArts and Crafts | Hollywood RegencyMore:Guest Picks: 20 Ways to Add Farmhouse Style
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
The style of the'no-lawn' should reflect architecture of the house
The style of your no-lawn landscape should reflect the architecture of your home.
A Southwestern-style house is matched with a Southwestern-style garden. The plants fit perfectly with the house style as well as with the gardening conditions. A typical front lawn would be less effective visually, plus a lot more work.
The style of your no-lawn landscape should reflect the architecture
Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Love the entire style and the woodeork
pointed arch took over for the more rounded Romanesque arch in the 12th century. Here it is used as a beautiful gateway, setting the scene for the Gothic-style garden within. traditional landscape by Common Ground Landscapes Common Ground Landscapes Save to Ideabook Email Photo Enclosed Gothic gardens don't
Some shapes are so distinctly associated with a design style that they become iconic. You'd assume that this arched door in a garden wall was built to complement a Tudor-style cottage, for example. The diamond-pattern lattice in the door's upper portion is echoed by
pointed arch took over for the more rounded Romanesque arch in the 12th century. Here it is used as a beautiful gateway, setting the scene for the Gothic-style garden within.
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Woodside One 03 (Design by Lutsko Associates)
be asking, “What do I do about my nondescript tract home sitting in the suburbs?” A simple first step would be to look at your home’s architectural style. Craftsman homes, for example, blend perfectly with gardens featuring mass plantings of ornamental switchgrass (Panicum spp and cvs, zones 4 to 9),
filbert (Corylus avellana ‘Contorta’, zones 4 to 8) and structural conifers round out the garden. If your home has no clearly defined architectural style, take note of its exterior color and cladding. If your home is clad with gray cultured stone with rose highlights, for example, use that as a starting
some dark green shrubs to give the eye a place to rest. I recently designed a garden for a nice but nondescript home with regard to architectural style. What drew my eye was the way the facade stepped back several times with the front door on the farthest, most recessed portion. I enjoyed the four
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
landscape plantings, from garden bed to lawn to overhead vine, fit this shingle-style home perfectly. But think about it: This same landscape would work well with a range of home styles.
This beautiful shingle-style home's small porch allows the owners to sit for a spell and admire their gardens
interesting shingle style detail