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on in small space. The house behind looks in, but is a "normal" size house. A tiny house wouldn't have this view.
Great use of small space and still
garden yard and deck in one space
great use of small space and still able to have lawn!
Great idea for a city small backyard
Small back yard with a shed at the end.
height differential provided by trees in small space
domestic arts rather than horticulture, linking the garden to the house.Your turn: Do you have any garden features inspired by William Morris? Share a photo in the Comments.
with the need for fencing or is there fencing beyond the photo?
We design the pool size to fit the outdoor space it is going into. We have designed small plunge pools in courtyards in the inner city and larger pools
Love the space saving lap pool
Hot tub and lap pool for tight spaces
Cool idea for small long back yard
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Half Moon Pool
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design and perfect for a small space. It has eye appeal and is useful too. I want one!
Design of small space
Great for corner space
small pool, non-traditional shape
small pool...small and artsy...Cool small pool...It's small...small pools
Outer space Landscape Architecture
Potreo Hill Modern
Thanks Lisa! After reading your response, I did a search for both types and found the following 2 photos of Yucca elephantipes, which look almost identical to the one pictured above. It is difficult to tell between the different species because many are
really creative with small outdoor space with walls around it
wood bench, plants separate spaces. Hmm, double sided
Youll be surprised at how many areas you can carve out of your small space by going up or going down. Give the area a third dimension with different elevtions.
changing elevation. You’ll be surprised at how many areas you can carve out of your small space by going up or going down.
A way to use our backyard hill? Consider different levels for a smaller space. Perhaps your garden consists of an urban courtyard. How do you maximize your available space and create different entertainment areas? Consider adding a third dimension to your space by changing
Mid century patio
Another Houzz question asked about this photo agreed it was from the same show: http://www.houzz.com/questions/27799/Where-do-you-find-this-chaise-lounge--
masterpiece by David Bromstad has lively hues of aquamarine and tangerine that perk up a small outdoor space without even a single flower's being used.By making the furniture the most interesting part of an outdoor space, you'll draw visitors to the seating area where the party takes place. It couldn't hurt
every scrap of outdoor spaceEven if you have the tiniest balcony, do what you can to make it look its best, and fling those doors open for your party. Cover an ugly patio floor with a cheerful outdoor rug or fake grass, set out a cafe table or lounge chair, and make the space extra appealing with fresh
An extension of the original masterpiece, this living room oasis has had an all-weather makeover from the inside out....
The unique “X” back design of our Stuart Outdoor Collection is handcrafted from powder-coated aluminum making designs...
Urban Jobe Architecture
This house was designed around a small courtyard. Photos by Casey Woods
can you send me any photos or designs you did to make the water feature i would love to do this for my wife as a anniversary present. firstname.lastname@example.org
Small pond that cascades down in shallow boxes
Beautiful play of textures and materials in this compact outdoor space
When there isn’t a lot of outdoor space to work with, but the desire for living space is a high priority, utility has to come first. Consider the activities you desire and the furnishings needed to support those activities. Be sure to include enough space surrounding the area for unimpeded circulation
changing the proportions of mass and space, as will the leafy shrubs in the corner. If this arrangement of plants and open space feels too sparse for your liking, you could trade the gently cascading water feature for additional planting beds. In terms of how the space is arranged, all the forms are parallel
Costello Kennedy Landscape Architecture
Modern Garden/ Green Roof
landscaping: Costello Kennedy Landscape ArchitectureSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Looking down on this small formal garden design, we can clearly see the simple lines of its planting scheme. The blocks of plantings do not flow into one another
Costello Kennedy Landscape Architecture Save to Ideabook Email Photo Looking down on this small formal garden design, we can clearly see the simple lines of its planting scheme. The blocks of plantings do not flow into one another
Front yard? Create more geometric space?
Looking down on this small formal garden design, we can clearly see the simple lines of its planting scheme. The blocks of plantings do not flow into one
small, formal, delineated spaces. Maybe nothing up above? Just cool gravel with not much else? Would solve shade prob from trees behind.
Dallas, TX: Scott & Melissa
were correct and I am not an architect not less, I am justa a fan follwer of Houzz. I absolutely adore the space. Congrats.
There are a few elements in play here. The space is rather small and they wanted a place to relax and enjoy al fresco meals with their family. They also wanted a water feature
yes this photo like for water imsge
Waterside dining in Dallas. In a shady Texas courtyard, a concrete picnic table doubles as a water feature, with a pumped rill flowing through its center to small ponds on either ends. In surrounding rooms
a concrete picnic table doubles as a water feature, with a pumped rill flowing through its center to small ponds on either ends
dining in Dallas. In a shady Texas courtyard, a concrete picnic table doubles as a water feature, with a pumped rill flowing through its center to small ponds on either ends. In surrounding rooms, visitors also enjoy hearing the sound of falling water as it runs through the system.