14,520 mix and match Outdoor Design Photos

Hursthouse Landscape Architects and Contractors
7 Reviews
Forever Home
you for your interest in our project. This pergola was custom built from rough sawn cedar. The structure was primed pre construction and stained to match the trim color of the home. Good luck with your project!
The patio is constructed of bluestone and the pergola is cedar, stained to match the homes trim color.
“water fall” — Robbie Dillabough
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Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Arroyo Grande Modern Farmhouse
Paint: Benjamin Moore •Exterior board & batten: “Sage Mountain” •Exterior lap siding: “Winterwood” •Exterior trim: match to Marvin medium bronze
tin roof is not our style (and does not match our house)..however, Tom Z. was talking about a tin roof…. i am wondering if we might want to extend the stone even more…???
“The overhang and the patio surface.” — McLaughlin & Buie Housewrights
5 Reviews
Turks Patio
Cushion covers matching landscape
match material with water
“love it” — kathyleemorales
Dresser Homes
9 Reviews
Rear Porch
Columns and ceiling. Matches our house
concrete matches brick mortar
“Porch” — aglamon
Don F. Wong
Private residence
Like the blue and white to match outdoor light
Nice matching color look grand
“Beautiful love the furniture & fabrics” — grmd
Thomas Flint Landscape Design & Development
4 Reviews
Ho Ho Kus, New Jersey Backyard Renovation
Fieldstone waterfall with slide spilling into pool with matching stone dive rock
Fieldstone waterfall with slide spilling into pool with matching stone dive rock
“the water feature and slide” — mollyiwu
CanTrust Contracting Group
3 Reviews
Alcorn project
Design of the fence -- posts match posts on the house. Nice gate.
Use a gate as disguise. The panels that conceal the trash cans outside this home look like a classic fence-and-gate combo, thanks in part to the matching section that flanks the steps.
“Narrow and wide boards alternate in this low privacy fence.” — roadcut
Peter McDonald Architect
5 Reviews
Provincetown Beach House
could be done with posts painted to match the house
Matching epay rail with white columns
“Rail” — hokietoots
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