7 loft bed Outdoor Design Photos

Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
29 Reviews
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
Ideabooks3,140
Questions1
Combination of cement pavers with irregular stone path. Stone raised planting beds.
Would like the stone flower beds. Possibly do behind garage.
Fence, beds
“love the layout” — rabettf
Weber Design Group, Inc.
5 Reviews
West Indies House Design
Ideabooks1,082
Questions4
Liked the look of this. Relatively large beds with lots of the same stuff in each respective bed.
“Xung quanh he sau nha trong cay ngay duoi bac tam cap giong hinh nay. 310714” — hqlong77
brett zamore design
Back Yard Patio
Ideabooks1,361
Questions3
the steel beds under the shade structure warm the soil and create a perfect growing environment for their cacti. A new cedar fence surrounds the property. . “I like
“Covered lanai” — lady1600
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brett zamore design
Back Yard Patio
Ideabooks579
Questions0
concrete pavers with raised beds
“black exterior” — esgatewood
brett zamore design
Back Yard Patio
Ideabooks1,161
Questions3
Steel Pergoloa. Note slope towards house gutters Steel raised beds sit next to the open-air kitchen and along the bungalow’s foundation. Zamore maintained a minimal material palette, to focus the space and create a
“Wall color” — Matt McClellan
BedBrock Developers, LLC
Ocotillo
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Questions0
BedBrock Developers, LLC
Mosby Building Arts
39 Reviews
St. Louis Covered Front Porch
Ideabooks1
Questions0
porch. Wood columns with cultured stone bases add texture, and a gently curving sidewalk leads to the Azek floor. Stone pavers create raised flower beds on either side of the porch. Photos by Toby Weiss for MBA.
Flower beds
“Same porch. Extend it to the left with no overhang after the door. Just porch for the walkout dini” — njay3
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