188 boardwalk Modern Home Design Photos

sususu
Zis Residence
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boardwalk - would it be slippery?
boardwalk built in sections to accommodate curves
Ferns and other woodland plants are the perfect height and shape for a boardwalk.More plants for pathways
Backyard boardwalk...Boardwalk path...PALLET BOARDWALK...flat boardwalk
“Boardwalks!” — youbejane
Grounded
1 Review
Turkey Saddle
Ideabooks2,056
Questions1
This elevated boardwalk is laid out in true yatsuhashi fashion, with the lumber in each section leading the visitor forward. This creates an interesting and contemplative pattern
boardwalk lengthwise. can combine with wood furniture to unite
This elevated boardwalk is laid out in true yatsuhashi fashion, with the lumber in each section leading the visitor forward. This creates an interesting and contemplative
This elevated boardwalk is laid out in true yatsuhashi fashion, with the lumber in each section leading the visitor forward. This creates an interesting and contemplative pattern. The lumber pattern is repeated on the dwelling, pulling the eye forward as well as upward and creating a homogenous, nurturing
“wooden garden modern path” — nilgnatoo2
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Overview
Ideabooks12,421
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The urban boardwalk. This urban backyard is packed with interest from every viewpoint. Running the boardwalk at a diagonal to the fence has created unexpected interest that draws the eye and engages the viewer.
The designer of this urban stroll garden sited this yatsuhashi-inspired boardwalk on an angle
“plants” — bonacorda
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Patio
Ideabooks5,118
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Like the deck at the end of a boardwalk.
The same garden is arguably even more interesting at ground level. The boardwalk draws the eye through the space, enticing the viewer to experience each vista. The mass plantings of ornamental grasses from side to side bring much-needed continuity and softness to this contemporary garden. The planar
“DEK FOR THE GARAGE DOWSTAIRS” — Monica Vizan
Martin Patrick 3
1 Review
Suburban Modern
Ideabooks276
Questions0
Boardwalk with horizontal boards overlaid onto side trim
boardwalk with sitting area
“lights in surface” — lms_510
wittman estes architecture + landscape
Bainbridge Residence
Ideabooks870
Questions1
Crushed stone and precast concrete reminiscent of a boardwalk continue the contemporary coastal theme. “The colors of the custom-made concrete pavers really captured the feeling of the local beach sand, which
LIKE CONCRETE PAVERS- Crushed stone and precast concrete reminiscent of a boardwalk continue the contemporary coastal theme. “The colors of the custom-made concrete pavers really captured the feeling of the local beach sand, which
Crushed stone and pre­cast con­crete rem­i­nis­cent of a board­walk con­tinue the con­tem­po­rary coastal theme. “The col­ors of the cus­tom-made con­crete pavers re­ally cap­tured the feel­ing of the lo­cal beach
Crushed stone and precast concrete reminiscent of a boardwalk continue the contemporary coastal theme. “The colors of the custom-made concrete pavers really captured the feeling of the local beach sand, which is quite gray,” says Estes. The paving is most noticeably a path, but its diagonal line and
“concrete pavers” — stephson75
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Pathway
Ideabooks4,758
Questions3
Your plant choices expand if you design a boardwalk low to the ground. In this case, you can pretty much work with plants of any height. Just don't impede foot traffic with aggressive, horizontal growers.
boardwalk, multi level
wetland boardwalk...Low boardwalk
“walkway and planting colours” — 131163
Paradise Design Studio
1 Review
Venice project
Ideabooks1,657
Questions3
enjoy your lush and watery garden without getting your shoes all muddy in the process. Wood planks may also be used to replace your puddly paths with boardwalks and bridges. Not only is this practical, but it really elevates the look of your garden and makes it much more inviting to guests. To keep them from
The low "boardwalk/deck" and the plants/greenery for privacy!
enjoy your lush and watery garden without getting your shoes all muddy in the process. Wood planks may also be used to replace your puddly paths with boardwalks and bridges. Not only is this practical, but it really elevates the look of your garden and makes it much more inviting to guests. To keep them from
“Patio in front of garage” — Ellen MacKay
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