1,153 sculpture in garden Outdoor Design Photos

debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
check out my projects pls,i got a sculpture that s very similar to this ball
Gravel with sculpture Will do with Mother Nature and shrubs behind and light in front
garden path - mix of stone and pavers
“Metal ball garden ornament on gravel - left it the open, not hidden.” “pavers and gravel, plant in walkway so cute” “Plants in pea gravel @ path” “Wood Framed Gravel Pit with Modern Landscape”
“Ground cover around big plant” — annnguyen
Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Japanese Tea House
Photo shows Japanese Tea House west side. The gravel path contains a Japanese dry river bed and an Inukshuk sculpture, metaphysically designed. The surrounding garden is the inner Roji garden and contains a Roji stepping stone path designed with a metaphysical pattern. pattern. Photo credits:Dan Drobnick
Stacked rocks would make a very attractive sculpture
If you could make a garden like this ...wow!
possible porch for upper part of side garden
“Asian look to yard nice” — nankarsh
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
Wagner Residence
studio and sculpture studio. The outbuildings are organized by and contained within a datum of low concrete walls, a tree bosque, hedgerows and a crushed stone sculpture court. The architecture gives way to the landscape and allows visitors to focus on nature. Keith's own large spherical sculptures dot the
Those spheres, and buildings, sculpture on a human scale. I just really like it.
Like design of trees and sculpture
Great idea for garden amongst multiple buildings on a compound. Great sculptures.
love the airy trees, gravel, sculpture
wooden sculptures various sizes - too uniform and round - too barnhouse like, but just kind of an idea for uniting a space with multiple sculptures of various sizes
“Sculpture” — summernocon
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Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Secret garden, sculptural, beautiful, inviting, timeless
Garden table, pillar and slab in concrete
object. Note where your gaze rests as you view the garden. Emphasize the importance of that perspective by displaying an urn, a planted vessel or a small sculpture on a garden table or pedestal. The placement of a table with an elegant base gives this garden niche a heightened feeling.
even a lovely tree. In small gardens one focal point is usually enough; in larger gardens there may be several.
ParenthesesA remark in parentheses is inserted as an explanation or an afterthought into a passage that is grammatically complete without it. Small garden vignettes off a central axis or
focal pointsFocal points are an important part of the formal garden, usually placed at the end of an axis (the line of sight from a key point such as the terrace, interior living room, or perhaps the French doors leading out into the garden). Hedges and paths are often used to direct the eye along axes
“table” — scotbertolo
Schmechtig Landscapes
2 Reviews
Informal Garden, Winnetka, Illinois
Informal Winnetka, Illinois backyard design utilizing shrubs, pergola, garden decorations, stone and paver paths throughout the landscape design.
what is the small tree to the left in the rose garden and what is the hedge yu have used thanks.
The small tree to the left of the rose garden is a Dwarf Korean Lilac on standard. There are actually four of them framing the space. The low hedges are Green Velvet Boxwoods and the taller sheared
Love love love... Perhaps in the garden bed outside kitchen window
Love the garden and white trellis
Love this garden with the gravel and center piece, pathways of gravel and hedge/shrubs, love the French look
The birth of the garden room. The movement introduced the creation of separate garden rooms, giving each part of the garden a different feel.The great British gardens of this era — at Hidcote Manor, Sissinghurst and Great Dixter — all have partitioned areas of the larger garden that have different planting
“sundial” — dthein
Derviss Design
4 Reviews
Derviss Design
this way are more memorable. In this garden the three spheres are balanced by a sculptural triptych of Alaskan cedars (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis, zones 5 to 8).
Another idea of sculptures you could make yourself
Spheres as Garden Accessories In this thought-provoking, contemporary front yard, three granite spheres sit atop a carpet of crushed granite. Bluestone planks pull the eye across the sidewalk, focusing the eye on the spheres
The air of profound simplicity in this space is undeniable. In this part of the garden, plants would hinder the powerful feeling it elicits. Notice two things:
design, art?, colors, balance, garden, juxtaposition
The air of profound simplicity in this space is undeniable. In this part of the garden, plants would hinder the powerful feeling it elicits. Notice two things: how the colors of the spheres complement the Cor-Ten steel wall and, more important, the impact of the negative space left by the spheres atop
“Landscape” — shaikhun
Clemens & Associates Inc.
Contemporary Sculpture Garden
Contemporary Sculpture Garden
sculpture garden
“no lawn gravel” — lorettalou123
Zeterre Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Contemporary/Modern Designs
extra pieces in the garden as screens/sculptures?
GATE Metal sculpture is even at home in formal and traditional gardens, as shown by this
privacy. It does, however, establish garden boundaries and does so with style.
Not all garden bling is strictly decorative. Consider stainless steel for utilitarian purposes as well, such as with this gate. A gate like this is not intended to keep animals in or out, nor is it for privacy. It does, however, establish garden boundaries and does so with style
“Screen” — rathjen
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