REMARK
1 Review
South Windermere
Ideabooks1
Questions0
The owners of this traditional ranch home in an established neighborhood wanted an update to their landscape to create a more usable and modern space in keeping with the recent interior renovations. This entry courtyard provides a much needed walkway to the front door from the driveway as well as providing additional gathering space and seating to enjoy the new native garden.
“2nd photo, native garden” — Kelsey Reed
b sq. Design Studio
Exterior Modern Structures
Ideabooks6
Questions1
“Lovelt” — jodyberkes
Heather Green, REALTOR®, Alain Pinel Realtors
Front walkway redesign
Ideabooks117
Questions0
Concrete path with channels cut, gravel in place and succulents planted.
“Stones” — kcliftedwards
Mark S. Garff, Landscape Architect
4 Reviews
Edible Urban Oasis
Ideabooks35
Questions0
Mark S. Garff ASLA, LLA
“Cloture” — Patricia LeBel
Integrated Design Studio, Inc.
13 Reviews
Mid Century Modern- Garden Rehab
Ideabooks257
Questions2
Rehab of pool, pool terrace, dining terrace, firepit, hillside terracing, family gathering areas.
“smooth cement planters” — chyland1
GEL: Griffin Enright Landscape
Sunset Residence
Ideabooks1,482
Questions1
Gravel path continues into a landscape courtyard.
“stones” — ingemm
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Golfer's Paradise
Ideabooks688
Questions1
Photography: @ Shades of Green
“Putting green” — ruthiewinterholler
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Spa terrace
Ideabooks10,481
Questions3
“Contemporary lines” — marjoriehw
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