1,157 Pacific Northwest Contemporary Outdoor Design Photos

Sam Van Fleet Photography
1 Review
Northwest Classic
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finished looking. Very sound and sturdy yet contemporary.
Northwest Classic
“glass overhang gives light but protects from rain” — eemme02
Sam Van Fleet Photography
1 Review
Northwest Asian
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Northwest Asian
“roof eves detail” — audreydolphin
Enroot Landscape Planning and Design
3 Reviews
Ceres
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distance. I was introduced to this remarkable tree when I moved to the Pacific Northwest and was working at a nursery. The scent was tormenting me as I hunted
Katsura tree (Pacific Northwest). In Fall, as it yellows, it releases far away a scent of caramel
distance.I was introduced to this remarkable tree when I moved to the Pacific Northwest and was working at a nursery. The scent was tormenting me as I hunted
“Katsura: Where it will grow: Hardy to -30 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 4 to 9; find your zone) Wat” — satomimm
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Bliss Garden Design
8 Reviews
Suhr-Brown
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yellow Hogyoku (Acer palmatum "Hogyoku") and closest to the house, Pacific Northwest native vine maple (Acer circinatum)
Sunago') to the golden yellow Hogyoku (Acer palmatum 'Hogyoku') and the Pacific Northwest native vine maple (Acer circinatum) closest to the house, each tree
Sunago') to the golden yellow Hogyoku (Acer palmatum 'Hogyoku') and the Pacific Northwest native vine maple (Acer circinatum) closest to the house, each tree
“PRECIOSO!!!” — Rafael Lopez-Mobilia
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Frenchflair
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names: Alaska cedar, Nootka false cypress, yellow cedar Origin: The Pacific Northwest and north to Alaska Where it will grow: Hardy to -30 degrees Fahrenheit
names: Alaska cedar, Nootka false cypress, yellow cedarOrigin: The Pacific Northwest and north to AlaskaWhere it will grow: Hardy to -30 degrees Fahrenheit
Is this in the Pacific Northwest?
“Corner of color” — mliautaud
Alderwood Landscape Architecture and Construction
31 Reviews
Alderwood Landscape
Ideabooks200K
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be attached to the house. Does this pitched roof work? I'm in the Pacific Northwest.
the question. This residence is located in Washington State (the Pacific Northwest). Depending on the part of Arizona you are building, this style of
Great. If you're in the Pacific Northwest, please give us a call.
“Stone fire pit” — kprusaitis
Zeterre Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Contemporary/Modern Designs
Ideabooks1,303
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is well adapted and widely found in low-lying pasture areas of the Pacific Northwest and South. Tall fescue should not be used in areas that require grass
is well adapted and widely found in low-lying pasture areas of the Pacific Northwest and South.Tall fescue should not be used in areas that require grass
“informal trees in row, no-mow red fescue” — majwa
Bear Creek Landscape
Extensive European Style Home
Ideabooks365
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of the Southeast, the Hemlock-Cedar Forests of New England and the Pacific Northwest region. Similarly, you might have pine trees or other conifers that
of the Southeast, the Hemlock-Cedar Forests of New England and the Pacific Northwest region. Similarly, you might have pine trees or other conifers that
“Jardin” — Diana Perez
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