2,618 Patio-furniture-s Modern Landscape Design Photos

Modern Landscape
Ideabooks10,797
Questions4
Love the furniture and plants texture
Spacing on Bluestone patio w/ pebble pockets
furniture and the pebble insets in the decking
Furniture, Hicks Yew & Japanese Maple
Where is the furniture from?
Patio furniture...Backyard patio...outdoor furniture...patio furniture
“patio” — roskoe99
Texas Construction Company
Lafayette Residence
Ideabooks30,626
Questions11
My outdoor furniture is very similar and I want cushions exactly like they are pictured here. Can you tell me where the deep seated cushions are from from or who did them? Thanks!
wherw can I find this wood furniture?
Love the look of the patio. what is the material?
How was this pebble patio created? Would love to recreate this look.
Can you please tell me the exact size and color of the pea rock or gravel under the furniture. It looks whitish and be achy I really like it. It goes well with the gray. I want to do my side yard.
Texas barbecue party. There's plenty of room for a smoker and loads of friends on this series of patios.
“fence” — ddufilho
Grounded - Richard Risner RLA, ASLA
9 Reviews
Grounded - Modern Landscape Architecture
Ideabooks9,879
Questions10
I figured my idea would expensive, and the payoff may not be worth the extra expense. Is there anyway to go thinner than the 2x4s? Would plywood work? Or is that impractical and may not hold a straight edge. Are there form setting systems out there that do this? I could have sworn
The industrial style in the patio. The butterfly
Great patio, great combo of materials
Like the cement patio with lowered rock bed
“outside bar??” — Samantha Wu
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
concrete stepping pads, Ipe' deck, water feature, grasses
Ideabooks2,786
Questions1
Low retaining wall transition to patio area
good way to continue the square stepping stone theme to the backyard patio...
need to budget for the material cost (the concrete itself), site preparation and grading, gravel or sand sub base, and concrete forms and finishing.Patios and walkways cost $6 (no color additives, broom finish) to $15 and up (coloring or other decorative techniques) per square foot; retaining walls will
the paste hardens, it gains strength to form the rock-like mass known as concrete. In this process lies the key to a remarkable trait of concrete: It’s plastic and malleable when newly mixed, strong and durable when hardened. Cost. Concrete outdoor features typically cost less than those made of stone
“Hard scape soft scape” — remix
Acanthus Design-Denise Woolery
3 Reviews
Acanthus Design-Denise Woolery
Ideabooks6,429
Questions4
we want to create a similar patio but want to be able to put outdoor furniture on it and a gas fire pit. how would you irrigate this without getting the furniture/fire pit wet? we live in a pretty hot summer climate. thanks!
spray, set to come on early in the a.m. so that the patio dries before anyone gets up. You would have to cover your furniture and firepit to take this irrigation route.
Ground cover for majority of patio area?
ground cover inbetween brick patio instead of grass
and lush greenery by filling the gaps between pavers with ground cover. Get advice from a local pro about a ground cover that will suit your climate.Patio Pavers Go Green in Between
“big stones w/moss in corner area.” — kjvdesigns
Coffman Studio
The Colony House
Ideabooks6,368
Questions7
raised patio very effective use of one part of an overall patio area
Small tree with pebbles Raised patio deck with bonfire
children and dogs want to rollick around on a bed of succulents. Fake grass is another alternative for those who prefer the look and feel of lawn. It’s come a long way from the faux turf at the miniature golf course. Read more about the case for fake lawns.More: Easy Green: Big and Small Ways to Be More
“floating deck” — lisabeth36
merge studio
2 Reviews
napa residence
Ideabooks9,402
Questions10
hefty, too: 6x8 Standard Alaska Yellow Cedar Glu-Lams for the columns. A knife-blade for post-to-footing connection. The beams are 6x8's, and the rafters are 4x8's.
covered part is about 20' x 20'. The posts and beams are hefty, too: 6x8 Standard Alaska Yellow Cedar Glu-Lams for the columns; 6x8's for the beams, and the rafters are 4x8's .
“Pool” — Wendy Chambers
Secret Gardens
Longueville
Ideabooks1,710
Questions4
PATIO! This is our first choice patio style
love the plants and furniture
Like the patio material
italian sandstone patio
Patio chair...plants | back patio...Patio stone...Chair for patio...simple patio...Slabs for patio...Back Patio and pool...patio furniture
“Rectangular blocks” — Kumar Ranjan
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