7,451 rooftop garden Outdoor Design Photos

Slater Associates Landscape Architects
Secret Garden
Windows in the garden wall. An interesting concept.
The Stone Wall facade. Secret Garden.
nice wall idea with windows for the garden
Garden stone wall with window inserts, shutters . . . clever!
You can have a beautiful garden in a small suburban backyard, a townhome deck, a rooftop garden or a front stoop. Grow vertically, consider large pots and break the space up into rooms to make your garden special.I'd love to see your small gardens! Please share your garden stories and photos in the
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11. Use every available spaceYou can have a beautiful garden in a small suburban backyard, a townhouse deck, a rooftop garden or a front porch. Grow vertically, consider large pots and
“The Stone Wall facade. Secret Garden.” — bunnyfluffy
Chicago Green Design Inc.
15 Reviews
Don Maldonado @ Chicago Green Design
This Rooftop retreat looks as if it is on the ground. The objective is to make the client feel as if it was a backyard not a rooftop. With Artificial truf, warm wood colors and plants that soften the walls that surround you it looks as if this rooftop retreat is in the suburbs. Photo taken by Expr
What large-growing trees do you recommend for container rooftop garden
Hi, can you please email me at colleensullivan@hearst.com? I am working on a rooftop story. oolleensullivan@hearst.com Thanks!
view looking into the "garden" section of our yard. It would be a nice view from the back door & a great new sitting area shielded from the sun.
Hubby love this kind of garden chairs
Would never know you're on a rooftop
“Patio3” — akikutm
Resolution: 4 Architecture
Harmony Hill roof deck
I like the rails and the garden boxes.
deck garden. Don't like layout, but idea of it is cool
Veggie garden urban garden
beautiful deck garden
container gardens on the deck
Gardens boxes for vegetable
Garden on a deck...Rooftop garden...Deck garden...vege garden...Urban garden...Love gardens...Garden boxes...garden beds...edible gardening
“Semillero” — Natalia Di Pippa
Seattle Area Architect
Best of Houzz 2014
Our studio name refers to our "coop" (a.k.a. studio), originally located at 15 McGraw Street in Seattle. We are a team of architects devoted to the design of modern, custom, single-family residences.
Chi Renovation & Design
1 Review
Swanky Chicago Rooftop Garden Remodel
this client's gorgeous rooftop deck. Inside are rounded
Swanky Chicago Rooftop Garden Remodel
roof garden
“Banca” — aramos
All Decked Out
Construction Projects 2012
All Decked Out NYC is a Manhattan based landscape design company that builds decks, patios, arbors, pergolas, and designs rooftop gardens.
Rooftop terrace herb garden and built in benches
Shawna side garden beds
Town garden deck and plants
Rooftop garden...Garden colors...Patio garden...Roof garden 1...roof garden...garden bench...urban garden
“Space server” — Tunde Sodipo
Swell Homes
11 Reviews
The weatherboard is AW USA, the garden walls are a custom tint - a taupe colour
Ah, I have the black thumb! Liz Prater the interior designer did the landscaping and styling. We builders are not renown for our gardening skills.
Trees and garden in my future house
you could use more shade in your patio, consider installing a bench nestled between a pair of big planters filled with trees. Check with your local garden center to choose a variety that does well in a pot and works with your climate.
“Flooring: Swell Homes Jun 2013 This is a travertine tile laid on a concrete slab. The travertine is” — jenzbutterlyhouse
Pedro Ojeda, Arquitecto
La Divina
Rooftop Garden with swimming pool and deck
A rooftop garden with swimming pool and the stunning crystal clear water view!
roof garden 6...roof garden
“fabric woven pergola” — Jose Candelario
Tom Stringer Design Partners
3 Reviews
California Coastal Contemporary
Could we have a garden like this?
Looking down on this garden, we see the classic features of Mondrian design — the rectangles, or planes of colors, separated by lines. Here, though, the rectangles are composed of planted blocks separated by stonework.To achieve the full Mondrian effect, the plants need to be, as in this case, compact
“Wood conc and rusted metal mixed in small space” — Steve Clark
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