4,540 cord management Outdoor Design Photos

Garden Architecture
3 Reviews
Garden Architecture/Robert Trachtenberg
Ideabooks4,403
Questions1
garden. Nestled into a lush garden, this hot tub with a concrete surround manages to look both modern and a bit wild, like something discovered on a walk
Nestled into a lush garden, this hot tub with a concrete surround manages to look both modern and a bit wild, like something discovered on a walk
garden. Nestled into a lush garden, this hot tub with a concrete surround manages to look both modern and a bit wild, like something discovered on a walk
gardenNestled into a lush garden, this hot tub with a concrete surround manages to look both modern and a bit wild, like something discovered on a walk
“Spa” — soniadowty
Wantland Ink Landscape Architecture, PLLC
1 Review
Landscape Renovation
Ideabooks763
Questions1
spicata, ground plane managed by monkey grass. gravel drive, curb, sidewalk, generous landing and walk.
The ground plane managed with monkey grass (Liriope
It's hard to keep it simple, but this design did it. The ground plane managed with monkey grass (Liriope spicata, USDA zones 4 to 10) is bold and elegant
It's hard to keep it simple, but this design did it. The ground plane managed with monkey grass (Liriope spicata, USDA zones 4 to 10) is bold and elegant
“Oversized shutter” — Ollie Mccoy
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks6,825
Questions4
under pines, in dense woods and even in some shade. It can be effective at managing erosion, as it spreads from rooting stems.
under pines, in dense woods and even in some shade. It can be effective at managing erosion, as it spreads from rooting stems. I've seen this low spreader
under pines, in dense woods and even in some shade. It can be effective at managing erosion, as it spreads from rooting stems. I'
under pines, in dense woods and even in some shade. It can be effective at managing erosion, as it spreads from rooting stems. I've seen this low spreader
“outside” — barb1e007
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Parks Residence
Ideabooks9,039
Questions2
the power cord. If you’re placing the pot in stones or gravel, create a space between the rocks so the pot isn’t sitting directly on the cord, then cover
sit on a solid surface, consider a vessel with feet or add a stand so the cord doesn’t get squashed.
the power cord. If you’re placing the pot in stones or gravel, create a space between the rocks so the pot isn’t sitting directly on the cord, then cover
sit on a solid surface, consider a vessel with feet or add a stand so the cord doesn’t get squashed.
“build a fountain - where to plug it in?” — jeanannf
Pendleton Design Management
Residential
Ideabooks20,354
Questions8
Cord wood patio
“Pretty!” — jonio
AHBL
Diamond Hill Estate
Ideabooks3,519
Questions3
drifts of strong perennials keep this composition intact with minimal management. The kids can ride their bikes through the switchgrass (Panicum) or create
drifts of strong perennials keep this composition intact with minimal management. The kids can ride their bikes through the switchgrass (Panicum) or create
“Native lawn with boulder” — Chapman Landscaping
Raymond Jungles, Inc.
1 Review
Island Modern
Ideabooks2,333
Questions3
but anyone can start with small plants that will get large and that help manage the space (that is, outcompete the weeds). Seating can be defined with gravel
but anyone can start with small plants that will get large and that help manage the space (that is, outcompete the weeds). Seating can be defined with
“vege hard” — jprl9
Modern Landscape
Ideabooks16,027
Questions8
nonspreading culms (stems). It is well suited to smaller spaces because of its manageable mature size (most varieties top out at 8 to 16 feet in temperate climates)
nonspreading culms (stems). It is well suited to smaller spaces because of its manageable mature size (most varieties top out at 8 to 16 feet in temperate climates)
“Retaining walls” — maringirl40
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