5,123 green sustainable homes Outdoor Design Photos

Dufner Heighes Inc
roof top terrace
Blue and green are perfect compliments for a relaxing atmosphere. See how adding a pop of
need to know about teak furniture, from price to weathering to choosing sustainably harvested pieces. Full story: What to Know Before You Buy Teak FurnitureDid
If your home is in the city, having a bit of outdoor space is a true luxury, and this
showed someone making the most of an outdoor space, and I loved this one. This home does not have a sprawling yard and garden; it has a modestly sized deck in
I'd be willing to bet more meals and get-togethers end up outside of this home then anticipated thanks to the inviting setup right outside the glass doors
this shade of green against grey
“Wood frame sofa” — Jennifer Sanchez
Fairfax County Hot Tubs, Fire Pit and Outdoor Furniture Specialists
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Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
I recognize hosta and perhaps liriope, but what is the low green plant on either side of flagstone path? And then the higher plant to L of
Monochromatic shade garden, greens, mid centruty
Simple green repetitive, trees to shelter
professionals using phrases like “organic lawn,” “ecolandscaping” and “sustainable landscape maintenance.”
Lush Green, natural but not too messy
“Napa” — karenclaudette
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
I have an area in front of my home that I can get grass to grow and it is in my entry area. What would you recommend
which your home is located. This can help tie your garden to your region, giving it an all-important sense of place, and make it more sustainable at the same
Same color as current home. Shingle pattern makes it look more New England to me.
which your home is located. This can help tie your garden to your region, giving it an all-important sense of place, and make it more sustainable at the same
connects the main house to the garage and serves as the main threshold into the home. The back side of the breezeway is all glass and enjoys views of the backyard
outdoor sconces, great hardware, house numbers and a door knocker with your home's style. These final touches make a big impact.
“vidrios y colores” — piaark
Scot Meacham Wood Design
Scot Meacham Wood Design
days it’s much easier to find teak grown on plantations that practice sustainable harvesting.
with durable (and comfortable!) teak chairs work beautifully with the bushy green surroundings and simple votives spread about.
rug, and pillows all from Ballard Design maintain the classic feel of the home's interior.
retaining wall, greens and sitting area
“Terraza suelo” — mitatay
Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
8 Reviews
Sustainable Long Island Residence
Do you mind me asking what makes this landscape sustainable?
or Lady,s Mantle (yellowish green flowers). Lady,s Mantel are used primarily for the foliage, not the flowers. Large green leaves show water in big droplets
band plays a part to create its drama and energy.To the left, against the home: A colorful bed with permanent plantings closer to the structure and seasonal
the seating area/patio as its destination.To the right, furthest from the home: An allee of trees. They will soon mature to visually offset the weight of
Like this for front of new home
“caminería para el frente” — Ferrer & Zraid Arquitectos
MainStreet Design Build
22 Reviews
English Cotswold Addition Project
attached to this home, we tore down the original one car garage, nook and powder room. The addition was added off the northern portion of the home, which allowed
This early 20th century Poppleton Park home was originally 2548 sq ft. with a small kitchen, nook, powder room and dining room on the first floor. The
side entry garage. Plus, a small addition on the Eastern portion of the home enlarged the kitchen, nook and added an exterior covered porch. Special
detail on the exterior was essential to keeping the charm and character of the home. The brick façade from the front view was mimicked along the garage elevation
Hi there, Thank you for your inquiry! I would have loved to photographed the interior of this home. The custom kitchen
“Love the green” — Jeanne Ehlers
Cornerstone Architects
22 Reviews
Rocky River Exterior
energy efficient appliances give this home the warmth of a craftsman with the technological edge of a green home. Photography by Casey Dunn
modern Craftsman home, marries materials, finishes and technologies to create a very comfortable environment both inside and out. Sustainable materials and
the home into this well established, but evolving, neighborhood. One goal was to make the home appear as if it had been there 20 years. The home is designed
and technologies throughout the home create a warm, comfortable, and casual home for the family of four. Considerations from air quality, interior finishes
Could you tell me what colors were used on those home?
“complex roof interchange, trellis” — Douglas Corey General Contractor
Cornerstone Architects
22 Reviews
Hill Country Residence
concrete and local limestone. The home's program also hinged around using both passive and active green features. Sustainable elements include geothermal h
coverage of walls and windows. The resulting design is a sustainably balanced, visually pleasing home which reflects the lifestyle and needs of the clients
Nestled into sloping topography, the design of this home allows privacy from the street while providing unique vistas throughout the house and to the
seclusion while allowing stunning downtown views. The owners' goals of creating a home with a contemporary flow and finish while providing a warm setting for daily
filtered), but it is an increasingly popular option for families trying to go green, as the water can be used for irrigation systems, washing cars, and running
“Stain color for soffit” — landonmarino
Creating sustainable habitat
We're trying to create sustainable landscaping by planting natives and not using chemicals. The birds love the berries on the serviceberry trees that line...
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