8,078 classics Outdoor Design Photos

John Montgomery Landscape Architects
7 Reviews
Casa California
Ideabooks1,526
Questions0
Classic tiled pool. Get the look of a classic Southern California Mediterranean bungalow with a small, beautifully tiled pool. Surround it with red tile, lush plantings and wicker furniture.
Classic tiled pool. Get the look of a classic Southern California
Classic tiled pool. Get the look of a classic Southern California Mediterranean bungalow with a small, beautifully tiled pool. Surround it with red tile, lush plantings and wicker
Classic tiled pool. Get the look of a classic Southern California Mediterranean bungalow with a small, beautifully tiled pool. Surround it with red tile, lush plantings and wicker furniture
Classic tiled pool. Get the look of a classic Southern California Mediterranean bungalow with a small, beautifully tiled pool. Surround it with red tile, lush plantings and wicker furniture.
“I like this!” — Dick Wright
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
Lagoon Residence @ Belvedere
Ideabooks28,965
Questions7
Adapting Classic StyleSmaller gardens. When we think of formal gardens, we often think of grand estates, but the tenets of classic design can be helpful in designing a smaller garden as well. Classicism’s emphasis on proportion works beautifully in this example
“stonework” — huberto
Wettling Architects
6 Reviews
Hamptons Cottage
Ideabooks9,852
Questions7
Classic pool. A rectangular inground pool is the backyard classic. This one is a modest 12 by 30 feet, providing ample room for playing or doing laps without overtaking the backyard.
Perfect size and simple. Classic and clean.
Classic in ground pool. Great for small yard.
Classic pool. A rectangular inground pool is the backyard classic. This one is a modest 12 by 30 feet, providing ample room for playing or doing laps without overtaking the backyard.
“pool” — jfalcone76
Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
5 Reviews
A Classic Country White Garden
Ideabooks21,682
Questions12
Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc. Landscape Architects & Landscape Designers A Classic Country White Garden All planting design by Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc. URL www.dcerboneassoc.com Category: Landscape Style: Traditional Location:
say white is the absence of color, but in this space, it is the defining element. It's also a classic look.Design tip: A green and white color scheme visually cools down a garden on a hot summer day.
Classic WhiteThis is perhaps the quintessential monochromatic garden. Fences are festooned with white
zones 4 to 10), while clipped boxwood hedges corral billowing mounds of white roses and hydrangeas. Elegant, sophisticated and formal, this is truly a classic look that will never go out of fashion. The design is held together even when no flowers are blooming, since the home itself continues the theme.
“Love the climbing roses” — kdefenbaugh
Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
5 Reviews
A Classic Country White Garden
Ideabooks32,496
Questions10
white, consider a matching pergola — a bonus room from which to enjoy the view. Flank it with silver and white plants, framed in a classic boxwood parterre for classical elegance.
traditional potager has separate beds with one crop each. Today's potager-inspired gardens combine edibles and ornamentals but draw design cues from classic plant groupings.
“love the english or french country garden look” — agoel1
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
Ridgeside Vineyard Farmhouse
Ideabooks10,212
Questions10
2. Classic lantern lighting. A beacon of colonial American lighting, the classic lantern has embedded itself into farmhouse decor and refuses to budge to this day. This clean and simple fixture
fixture is perfect for a farmhouse exterior or interior. Get this look: Consider replacing a piece of focal lighting in your home with a classic lantern. Smaller sconces suit front entries well, and larger pendants work beautifully above a dining room table. If installing a new fixture isn't in the cards right
“Everything” — tiagita
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Agave in tapered steel container
Ideabooks1,976
Questions1
3. Designing along the axis. Much classical landscape design makes use of bilateral symmetry, in which shapes and forms of equal size are placed opposite one another at a point or along an axis
Designing along the axis. Much classical landscape design makes use of bilateral symmetry, in which shapes and forms of equal size are placed opposite one another at a point or along an axis
NATURAL LOW CARE GRASSES??? Designing along the axis. Much classical landscape design makes use of bilateral symmetry, in which shapes and forms of equal size are placed opposite one another at a point or along an axis
3. Designing along the axis. Much classical landscape design makes use of bilateral symmetry, in which shapes and forms of equal size are placed opposite one another at a point or along an axis
“Grasses and path” — kevinkood
Natalie DeNormandie
11 Reviews
Lincoln Edible Estate
Ideabooks1,799
Questions0
1. Simple geometry. Like classical architecture, formal garden design has its roots in the geometry of Greek and Roman architecture. Formal gardens tend to emphasize straight lines, right angles and circles.
Simple geometry. Like classical architecture, formal garden design
1. Simple geometry. Like classical architecture, formal garden design has its roots in the geometry of Greek and Roman architecture. Formal gardens tend to emphasize straight lines
While not many of us have a large estate to landscape, with so many American homes featuring classical elements, it makes sense that our gardens follow suit. Formal can be both chic and timeless. These basic elements of formal garden design will help
“Gate” — Garrett Custom Homes & Fine Renvation
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