1,713 imagination Outdoor Design Photos

Quayle & Company Design/Build
5 Reviews
Landscape
Ideabooks8,516
Questions1
Reimagine your hardscape and bed lines. Serpentine lines both invoke the imagination and have a relaxing effect upon the mind. In art theory this shape is
Reimagine your hardscape and bed lines. Serpentine lines both invoke the imagination and have a relaxing effect upon the mind. In art theory this shape is
“Pathway” — gailito
Lenkin Design Inc: Landscape and Garden Design
8 Reviews
Mist Garden - 'Heaven'
Ideabooks1,922
Questions3
Consider mist or fog. Nothing creates mystique and stirs the imagination quite like mist or fog. Misting nozzles and ultrasonic foggers are available
Consider mist or fog. Nothing creates mystique and stirs the imagination quite like mist or fog. Misting nozzles and ultrasonic foggers are available
“Mist Garden - 'Heaven' Heaven is another destination infused with wonder. If you enter beneath the g” — jenniferruth
RW Anderson Homes
2 Reviews
Greenlake Craftsman
Ideabooks23,375
Questions17
awhile since you posted this question, and for that I apologize. As you can imagine, I get quite a few questions on Houzz; I’m afraid this one just got away
“corner porch/patio” — Michael Bullock
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Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
36 Reviews
Kelsey Property
Ideabooks4,824
Questions2
character. Imagine this grill sitting on the deck just by itself.
Sitting by self grill? Can't imagine. This metal
structure has turned a small porch into a space brimming with character. Imagine this grill sitting on the deck just by itself.
structure has turned a small porch into a space brimming with character. Imagine this grill sitting on the deck just by itself.
“Toit” — jo_bou
Kiesel Design - Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Jack Kiesel
Ideabooks1,893
Questions0
Re-imagine the lawn. Political leanings aside, traditional lawns consume a lot of water
4. Re-imagine the lawn. Political leanings aside, traditional lawns consume a lot of water
4. Re-imagine the lawn. Political leanings aside, traditional lawns consume a lot of water
Re-imagine the lawn.
“variety of texture” — Melisa Arreguin
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Randy Thueme Design Inc.
Ideabooks2,350
Questions5
Imagination of such a simple looking and unobtrusive fence...ingenuous!!!
A lot of us get into a rut when trying to imagine fence designs, and wind up settling for the same-old, same-old. These vertical
glass panels lit with LEDs and acrylic posts full of bubbles revved up my imagination. Check out all 12 alternatives Ankeny has curated for us.
alternative friends.” — Matthew AnkenyA lot of us get into a rut when trying to imagine fence designs, and wind up settling for the same-old, same-old. These vertical
glass panels lit with LEDs and acrylic posts full of bubbles revved up my imagination. Check out all 12 alternatives Ankeny has curated for us. Full story:
“Fencing” — derrykb
The Collins Group/JDP Design
2 Reviews
Cairn at the Cliffs
Ideabooks6,750
Questions4
mountainous forest — and the cairn’s Gaelic ancestry, it’s not a stretch to imagine that fairies or other mythical wood sprites might be lurking about.
mountainous forest — and the cairn’s Gaelic ancestry, it’s not a stretch to imagine that fairies or other mythical wood sprites might be lurking about.
“steps” — kottemann
Mary-Liz Campbell Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Eclectic Gardens
Ideabooks2,268
Questions1
provides more wildlife value to tons more species than you can possibly imagine — open mulch areas are the enemy of wildlife, just like lawn).
provides more wildlife value to tons more species than you can possibly imagine — open mulch areas are the enemy of wildlife, just like lawn).
“For the terraces” — gaylejeanette
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