32 Railroad Modern Outdoor Design Photos

Wells Design Landscapes
Wells Design Melbourne
Ideabooks10,941
Questions2
Looks like railroad ties.
railroad tie retaining wall
good use of railroad ties
Railroad tie retaining wall, plants
Railroad ties
“Large rock” — mrkendal
Pristine Acres
12 Reviews
European-Inspired Design
Ideabooks8,311
Questions3
@40portico - Where do you live? Are you in the DC Metro? Not all garden centers carry railroad tie timbers, but I would be happy to help, if I can!
I like the railroad tie planters. Where can I get this?
Railroad Tie Planters
Railroad Tie Planters
Railroad ties around playset
Railroad tie idea: Garden
railroad tie garden boxes
railroad wood planter
Railroad ties
“Railroad Tie Planters” — lrparkinson
Modern Landscape
Ideabooks2,484
Questions1
done on the safety of using pressure-treated wood around edible gardens, most experts agree that using wood treated with creosote (typically found in railroad ties) is not advisable.
done on the safety of using pressure-treated wood around edible gardens, most experts agree that using wood treated with creosote (typically found in railroad ties) is not advisable.
“path, side of house” — Cynthia Charleville
Nicolock Paving Stones and Retaining Walls
Stepping Stones—Log Sleepers
Ideabooks815
Questions1
Bradstone Log Sleepers are an authentic, maintenance-free alternative to traditional railroad ties which are hard to come by and can be expensive. Log Sleepers are extremely versatile and can be used for paving or as lawn or patio edging. They can also be installed vertically in staggered heights to
railroad ties in dry creek bed
log sleepers look like railroad ties
“Wood planks that add structure to the rocks.” — jyakker
Banyon Tree Design Studio
8 Reviews
Lynnwood Residence
Ideabooks786
Questions0
railroad ties
“Landsacape” — arthur2014
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Curb Appeal
Ideabooks975
Questions0
Railroad stairs up hill
“stairs coming down” — grinnyl
Richard Wintersole Architect
4 Reviews
3 homes on a County Courthouse Square
Ideabooks234
Questions0
love the heavy railroad ties/fence posts/thick slab benches...nice look of flagstone with peach pebbles too
“Bænk” — Nicolai Lauritsen
Watershed Architects
Woodland Heights House
Ideabooks809
Questions0
railroad ties at bottom so dogs cant dig out
“Fence” — guertin2
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