47,579 personal space Outdoor Design Photos

Giulietti Schouten Architects
14 Reviews
van Adelsberg / Grant Residence
Love the clean patio. Even a small patio space that show clean lines could look bigger than it is.
clean look for tress...rocks used to fill space... cool fence
Perhaps you could clean it up and add climbing plants or dwarf trees to provide a prettier view from inside the house. Or, if you find a bit of extra space, carve out room for a gas grill, compost container or storage shed.8 New Uses for Your Side Yard
“Estetica para exteriores de atras” — yapneagol
Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
8 Reviews
Sustainable Long Island Residence
What size are those pavers, and what is the spacing between them?
Looking to redo our front walkway into something more modern. It's currently 31' long, 4' wide. Trying to figure out the correct size for custom pavers, and the spacing between them. Thinking 2.5' x 4' pavers, with 3-4"
were really hard to install well despite I had a properly prepared base of packed screening with loose screening on top. I think having the 3-4 " spacing is a GREAT idea because it gives you a buffer to work with but just a note that big pavers like you mention might be hard to lay.
"If the pavers are spaced too far apart, the walking becomes self-conscious and stretched," says Joseph Huettl. "If they're too close together, plants or lawn won't grow properly." Huettl recommends using 1.5-inch to 3-inch gaps for gravel, 2- to 4-inch gaps for fine ground covers, and 3- to 6-inch gaps
“The walking path” — marjorillan
Artisan of Seagrove
2 Reviews
Alys Beach Residence
This was custom-made for the client. The architect designed the space and we had the table custom fabricated out of concrete. The tree actually has 5 different citrus fruits grafted onto it. The table base and the top are two separate pieces
Happy cool space outside
Outdoor kitchen space
eating space built into planter
Small space grill for back
Cool use of little space
“nice tree table” — simondwall
Thompson Custom Homes
6 Reviews
Bordley 2
Outdoor living space...what's not to like?!
Outdoor space! Extension of the home...
marked this space before as a love...but even more so now that I see the fireplace! ♡♥♡♥
Outdoor fp and tv space
Outdoor space...Neat outdoor space.
“chairs. walls. wood celing” — MCC Excursions
Verdance Landscape Design
Classical entryway
rhythmic structure to the flowing bluestone entry walk that terminates in a fountain courtyard. A soothing palette of green and white plantings keeps the space feeling lush and cool. Photo credit: Verdance Fine Garden Design
cypress, which has a similar narrow, upright habit. Columnar Oak is deciduous and will easily attain 5' in width and 25' in height, so make sure you have space for it.
Winding path. Imagining curves from north and south yard areas that "lead" to side lot (lead to nowhere, but give an illusion of space)
Tiny Towers Italian Cypress spaced between broadleaf shrubs
Dwarf Italian Cypress (Cupressus sempervirens 'Tiny Tower')Presented with a small space — an urban courtyard or a roof patio — I always devote considerable attention to structural plants. With solid bones, such a small space will come to life and endure. In this charming example, pencil-shaped dwarf Italian
“Walk way” — taiskim
Scot Ragsdale Landscape Design
Southwest Portland 2
all the plants and the serinity of the space
it could have. Cozy doesn’t happen by accident. Notice how much space was allowed for the voluptuous bed behind the chairs. The trunk of the tree and the shade pattern tell us that there’s a generous canopy sheltering this chill-out space, but it avoids seeming claustrophobic because the mass is balanced
lawn. Details matter: The placement of colorful potted plants flanking the chairs increases the feeling of intimacy by compressing and embracing the space.
“Stuffed full plants” — naimhoff
Donna Wax, Architect
1 Review
3013 NE 9th
It is a free standing gas grill. Since this was a spec house, we wanted a little more flexibility. The open space to the left of the grill was left so that one could add an outdoor fridge or other storage.
Do you mean a terrace over an occupied space? Anything is possible but you should check with your building to make sure the structure can support the extra weight of planters and other built-in
What they did with the little space.
“for out door activities” — nhsfsc
Dominick Tringali Architects
1 Review
Birmingham Showhome
If I ever had a house large enough to have an outside space as well as an enclosed one... This is what it would look like
That is how to do outdoor space
Perfect outdoor space
Sunroom additional living space
love this space.
“Glass/foliage” — thannah1975
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