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7,406 painting wood texture Outdoor Design Photos
Duguid Design - DDLA Design
steps, both floating wood and stone with brick under them
wood and metal stairs
The texture...wood steps
Clark & Zook Architects, LLC
Mid Century Modern Renovation
Nice use of gravel to add diversity of texture
Recycling our wood fence for steps. Excellent idea.
gravel and paver and wood bleachers
wood garden edging
Lane Goodkind Landscape Architect
Estate at Las Alturas
Here I tried to blur all the edges of landscape and hardscape. The seasonal color is harmonious with yellow floral displays and blue-green leaf textures. Andri Beauchamp, photo
Awesome choc wood stain w blue pots!
wood, trelllis...wood against stucco
wood deck...wood shingle siding...grass texture...Wood Siding
Grounded - Richard Risner RLA, ASLA
Grounded - Modern Landscape Architecture
Darker wood on exterior
different textures...Distant wood fence
Bates Masi Architects LLC
solid slate grey. We always tweak it in the field with finish samples. This can be your starting point, but you should test finish samples with your wood material before committing.
This is what I am looking for. As open as possible with some texture to it
Can we go modern, flat roof with old brick look and still fit in neighborhood? Dark colors, distressed wood, big glass elements...
Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
Sustainable Long Island Residence
line of trees, flagstone in yard, texture/low growing plants in yard
Stone exterior wood, large windows, roof line & shape
Another house on Long Island that appears rooted to its site is this house in stone and wood. The landscaping also plays a role in this presence, especially the way the it rises from front to back (like the house), culminating in the mature trees behind the house.
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
AMS Landscape Design Studios
want to redo patio, house is modern and was thinking colored/textured cement but would like to know what this is?
offers clean lines and unobstructed views. Drew Sivgals of AMS Landscapes says a gas-fueled firepit is the best alternative in Southern California, where wood burning types are banned in new construction.