1,532 Calm Outdoor Design Photos

Bonick Landscaping
11 Reviews
Pool with Mosaic Wall and Fountain
BlueAlthough it's calming and peaceful, blue was once considered an unattainable garden color since it's rarely found in nature (consider the pursuit of the rare blue Himalayan poppy or the rose industry’s obsession with breeding a blue hybrid tea).The compelling presence of blue can appear in your garden
“Fountain idea for noise?” — hdunnnav
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
cotton jones retreat
think this use of gray shows how well the color works in contemporary garden design, where it softens bright colors and helps create a peaceful and calming garden layout.
“Love the succulent "Dinner Plate"” — debberschroeder
Phil Kean Designs
2012 New American Home
Who says water features have to be massive? I love the simple design of this feature and the calm spillover of water in the table leading to the pool.
“Water fall” — kauj1
Horizon Habitats
Rose Bay residence I
8. Laid-back sophistication, Rose Bay, Sydney, NSWIt wasn’t easy creating this calming retreat in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs, as builder David Moses from Horizon Habitats explains. “Access was very difficult to the pool area and the boathouse
“Check lighting” — Kerryn Ramsey
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
shows, as it’s not diluted by strong colors — almost like an old black and white photograph compared with a modern colored one.More: How to Design a Calming Minimalist Garden
“Stone over the door.” — valondra8604
James R. Salomon Photography
Pocket Garden
hinder your goal of relaxation unless your go-to space involves a queue, a theme park and a roller coaster. You will find that curved bed lines will calm you down and inspire a sense of well-being and creativity. Another benefit of using curved bed lines is that they make it easier to transition from
“bush” — msalendo
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: The Waverly Residence
Colorado utilizing hand-hammered metal and heat induced patinas. This terrace overlooks the sloped perennial garden. We finished the rear space with a calm stone arrangement emerging from raked pea gravel dry lake. This viewed from a stone bench we constructed of thermalled bluestone. An extensive highly
Absolutely love the coloring ....the variety of greens & lavenders give me such a peaceful, calm and even "royal" sense of well-being.
“clumping of color and rocks” — Nadine Peterson
Gardening By Design
Calm sanctuary
Calm sanctuary
“Pathway” — augustaclopez
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