4,766 living fence Midcentury Home Design Photos

Dane Spencer Landscape Architecture
6 Reviews
Kiehl - Harbor Oaks
Ideabooks1,270
Questions1
this kind of fence in front of Dianna apartment?
privacy screen fence
Exterior fencing...Fence like....Wood fence...Fence wall privacy...Nice fence...Cool fence...Side yard fencing
“Little walkway is cute” — kailanakanishi
ON Design Architects
Sandyland Exterior
Ideabooks887
Questions1
White large posts with dark fence
horizontal fence with privacy on lower section, view in upper section
wood and white fence, low height, ideal for vine
Horizontal fence with cable rail
Fence colour contrast
horizontal slat fence
like fence...front fence...fence top...split rail fence...wood fencing
“Lit exterieur” — Paco Leclerc
Platform
22 Reviews
Neva Place, Highland Park
Ideabooks493
Questions0
“It will do what it wants at times.” A wood fence should last about 20 to 25 years, depending on wood type and maintenance, but there’s always the chance of a stray board’s warping and needing to be brought back to rights (or replaced). Staining your fence can maintain the wood’s clarity and a desired
and stains usually last about five years. An unprotected fence will turn silver or gray in about a year. Painting is also an option, but consider you’ll need to repaint every year or two, as the paint will peel and flake.Shown: A horizontal fence with long rails to accentuate the wood’s grain
“Patio pavers” — Jordan Coulston
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
My Houzz: A Mid-Century Marvel Revived in Long Beach
Ideabooks1,173
Questions3
The front privacy fence gives the homeowners ample outdoor entertaining space, allowing all of the outdoor living spaces to flow continuously
House color fence color layout of living area lawn and garden layout
look how beautiful the fence is and how the stain "punches" out in the background and gives the
The front privacy fence gives the homeowners ample outdoor entertaining space, allowing all of the outdoor living spaces to flow continuously. When the Kramers found this home, the backyard was an overgrown jungle of bushes and weeds. Clearing away the mess, they discovered an amazing large yucca tree
“Seating idea” — Katie Cox
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Exterior
Ideabooks3,689
Questions3
The garage and rust textured fence
My garage is closer to front door, but I like the walkway covering and the front fence, would make fence close to front of house, leave some yard and planting on the upward slope.
fence to make our house more private
has so much of its inhabitants and their passions in every inch of its composition, I imagine that the house not only breathes, but also speaks and lives with the same zeal and enthusiasm for design and life as its owners do. Photos by John Ellis Photographer More: Tour another Laidlaw Schultz home
“Wood slates” — rbolen986
BUNNYFiSH studio
Anderson Residence
Ideabooks679
Questions1
hallway opens to a casual living room and the swimming pool area. The house has no formal dining room but a 15’ custom crafted table by Ian’s sculptor father that is an extension of the kitchen island. The H-shape creates two covered areas, one is the front entry courtyard, fenced in by a Brazilian walnut
to other creating a huge feeling space. It was decided to totally open the East side of the house and make the kitchen which gently spills into the living room and wood burning fireplace the public side. New windows and a huge 16’ sliding door were added all the way around the courtyard so that one can
H-shaped structure. I would have run the brick-concrete unit all the way up. Also, like fence for privacy at entrance.
“Fence” — stacydamico
Sharyn Cairns
Tracie Ellis' Home
Ideabooks2,852
Questions3
Ellis removed two French doors in the living room area and replaced them with large sliding glass doors, bringing the living room and the outdoor deck area
Raised bed/fence by stairs to basement
suburbs to live in their own homes. In both California and Australia, architects translated an emphasis on lifestyle and a desire to connect with the outdoors into residential housing. Thus, Mid-century homes had large windows and sliding doors, open-plan living and interconnected living spaces, along
Ellis removed two French doors in the living room area and replaced them with large sliding glass doors, bringing the living room and the outdoor deck area together as one large space. "The front deck challenged us. The wisteria tree presented some issues, and we made sure not to damage any of its roots
“Midcentury” — Eva Zimmermann
Mindi Freng Designs
4 Reviews
Playroom "exterior"
Ideabooks10,228
Questions5
Where did you find the fencing?
like the idea of the picket fence
fence house a nice idea for classroom
bedroom and living space
Fenced area for crawler
Picket fence...The fence...Little fence...picket fence
“Flooring” — Holli Bernt Mills
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