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Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Maher
Ideabooks1,879
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Water can be run around the garden under plants and come to surface at intervals
Water is a common element in a modern landscape, but don't expect a rock-filled waterfall or a naturalistic garden pool. Instead, you'll find something like this installation, where water drops in a single stream from the edge of a tall, narrow metal planter into a concrete bowl below. Incorporating
water into planters, whether they're filled with plants or not, is a simple way to add a contemporary touch to any garden space.See more fountains like this one
“Kid friendly water” — roserodd
Island Stone
1 Review
Island Stone Sandstone Mint Large VTile Wall
Ideabooks2,022
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Idea for brick wall down to basement and wall near bar, but in reddish brick.
vtile for herb's accent book
Interesting wall idea.
idea for entry?
“parkplace” — vanitacox
Kenneth Philp Landscape Architects
1 Review
Yarrow Point Residence
Ideabooks575
Questions1
preservation of existing vegetation and the relationship of interior and exterior spaces. This partnership formed the framework for the architecture and garden design to respond to one another. The owner’s goal for their home was to maintain a strong and vital connection to the site, creating a fusion between
social spaces, while the site’s perimeter is soft and natural. The result of these efforts is a strong and clear connection between architecture and garden, integrating a palette of both modern and natural elements. Photos by Steve Young.
Many of us are faced with the problem of unsightly drains or drain covers in our gardens. The spreading foliage of Baby Tears, Soleirolia soleirolii, turns a drain cover into a standout feature. The designer used a mixture of the standard green Soleirolia as well as the gold variety Soleirolia soleirolii
“irish and scotch moss” — Abigail Bottari McCormack
sususu
Zis Residence
Ideabooks725
Questions1
Great idea for a backyard garden
other organisms. Using rot-resistant wood outside is especially important when the wood comes in direct contact with the ground, like with a raised garden bed or vine trellis. Ground contact opens the wood up to mold and fungus because it allows moisture to penetrate the wood, which expands and splits
other organisms. Using rot-resistant wood outside is especially important when the wood comes in direct contact with the ground, like with a raised garden bed or vine trellis. Ground contact opens the wood up to mold and fungus because it allows moisture to penetrate the wood, which expands and splits
wood so that water does not collect on the surface.Source wood that is naturally rot resistant and local to create gorgeous natural surfaces in your garden.Photos: Browse thousands of inspiring deck designs
“garden” — sanskruti investment
Foundation Landscape Design
Doheny Estates
Ideabooks3,201
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Private garden off the master. Fake grass.
Little secluded garden with windows to be seen from bedroom
the little garden outside with artificial grass
Idea for the hillside of the house, the back wall.
Love the idea of having a bit of green just off the bedroom. can keep two cozy chairs in this spot with a low table... would be perfect to have that morning or evening cup
love that door opens in the garden, there could be a wall in between this garden and actual one, so there is privacy, and can be opened whenever you like
“Cubo de luz” — jmgtz85
Lynn Gaffney Architect, PLLC
7 Reviews
TANK 2012 Client photographs
Ideabooks670
Questions0
Ideas for privacy screen for soaking tub
behind the garden bench softens the space, adding textural and visual depth to the deck. A colorful Japanese maple accents the planting.
The plants were chosen primarily by the clients. This long boxwood-filled planter behind the garden bench softens
boxwood-filled planter behind the garden bench softens the space, adding textural and visual depth to the deck. A colorful Japanese maple accents the planting.
Long boxwood-filled planter behind the garden bench
This long boxwood-filled planter behind the garden bench softens the space, adding
The plants were chosen primarily by the clients. This long boxwood-filled planter behind the garden bench softens the space, adding textural and visual depth to the deck. A colorful Japanese maple accents the planting.
“fence!!!” — anniegiselle
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Senecio mandraliscae
Ideabooks1,580
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Blue Chalk Sticks Another idea for backyard - if we stick with blue color theme
in your garden throughout the year with an insignificant white flower appearing in summer.
while 3-4" long leaves jut up from the ground like fleshy oceanic spikes.An evergreen succulent, this plant will provide colorful interest in your garden throughout the year with an insignificant white flower appearing in summer.
“front yard (under kids balconies but with some color)” — jebz
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
Ideabooks2,489
Questions1
Garden path idea for the bush behind the house
COOL IDEA: BUILD A SWITCH-BACK PATH DOWN TO SPRING CREEK WATERFALL!!!!!!
idea for front garden - instead of pavers, have gravel with stones making path through the middle and also edges (like this)
garden path under trolly
garden path...Slope idea's...Blasen Gardens
“gorgeous path” — thismirmortal
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