17,667 transitional style Landscape Design Photos

In2it Studio, LLC
4 Reviews
Sonoran Retreat
Ideabooks1,411
Questions0
Love it if we go with more transitional style than contemproary! Love the waterfall; could a hot tub be above the water feature? Like the light color
“Love it if we go with more transitional style than contemproary! Love the waterfall; could a hot tu” — denise03049
Creative Architecture, PA
Various style Residences
Ideabooks1
Questions0
More transitional style with stained sid
Various style Residences
Quoizel
Devon Outdoor Post Light
Ideabooks1
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deserves. This transitional style with clear, beveled
most any architecture style. http://www.quoizel.co
Quoizel
Devon Outdoor Post Light
Ideabooks1
Questions0
deserves. This transitional style with clear, beveled
most any architecture style. http://www.quoizel.co
Fine Line Studio
15 Reviews
Traditional/Contemporary Boise Residence
Ideabooks3
Questions0
transitional style home
Luxe Interior International
Morden Road Mews
Ideabooks4,777
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Walls As seen here, walls don’t need to be full height to make great transition spaces. These low walls hold back the grade on the site and provide ample
and their terraced design makes for a diverse experience in this outdoor transition space. Site walls such as this can help us to utilise the full vertical
Walls As seen here, walls don’t need to be full height to make great transition spaces. These low walls hold back the grade on the site and provide ample
and their terraced design makes for a diverse experience in this outdoor transition space. Site walls such as this can help us to utilize the full vertical
Define your styleThere is no room to be scrappy in a small garden, so identify a style you like and roll it out. Think about
“Similar to home” — Emma Sullivan
ModernBackyard
4 Reviews
Garden Serenity
Ideabooks7,266
Questions2
have been placed within the pathway, creating continuity and a peaceful transition. In addition, by laying out the pathway in a yatsuhasi, or Japanese
have been placed within the pathway, creating continuity and a peaceful transition. In addition, by laying out the pathway in a yatsuhasi, or Japanese zigzag
“structure” — jeneveame
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
Ideabooks13,173
Questions4
creating the effect that the pots are in a larger garden. This softens the transition between pavers and pots, effectively ‘grounding’ them in the space.
creating the effect that the pots are in a larger garden. This softens the transition between pavers and pots, effectively ‘grounding’ them in the space. Tip:
These oversize terra-cotta pots are perfectly suited to the style and architecture of the home and scaled to provide plenty of room for the
creating the effect that the pots are in a larger garden. This softens the transition between pavers and pots, effectively ‘grounding’ them in the space.Tip:
overwhelm a space.These oversize terra-cotta pots are perfectly suited to the style and architecture of the home and scaled to provide plenty of room for the
“mediterranean look, lemon trees in pots” — maryritchie55
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