63 valentines day Outdoor Design Photos

Sandberg Design LLC
Remodel Sierra Madre
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14. Create an outdoor oasis. While those of us living in regions with chilly winters can only dream of basking outdoors around Valentine’s Day, if you do live somewhere warm, take advantage and give your outdoor space a winter makeover. A few curvy lounge chairs plumped up with white cushions
“Roses blanches et bambou” — lescahiersacarreaux
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Ideabooks1,866
Questions2
Prune roses. Valentine's Day is the traditional time to prune your roses, so get out your hand pruners and rose gloves. Remove dead canes (branches) and any branch that crosses
“rose garden area. replace grass with thyme/irish moss/etc” — Bettina Pickett
Philip Clayton-Thompson
4 Reviews
Blackstone Edge Studios - Philip Clayton-Thompson
Ideabooks8,770
Questions3
Seaside views and a simple seating arrangement are all you need to enjoy the day on this great porch.
watch the boats leave shore would be a nice way to enjoy coffee with a friend on the weekends or hang out for a few minutes while you wait for your work day to start. If you don't have this at your house yet, it may inspire your future vacation plans. Beach house, anyone?
“Ceiling....reading room” — Signature Wine Cellars
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justin long design
palm beach house
Ideabooks327
Questions0
Roof top good idea for a day bed - as not one for sunbaking
Day bed...day bed
“Daybed” — Mus Turau
Chicago Green Design Inc.
15 Reviews
Don Maldonado @ Chicago Green Design
Ideabooks6,678
Questions5
Faux turf Gone are the days when installing synthetic grass meant transforming your lawn into something resembling a hokey mini golf course. The new turfs are more realistic and
Love it: Faux turf Gone are the days when installing synthetic grass meant transforming your lawn into something resembling a hokey mini golf course. The new turfs are more realistic and
Love it: Faux turfGone are the days when installing synthetic grass meant transforming your lawn into something resembling a hokey mini golf course. The new turfs are more realistic and just as durable. This homeowner made the synthetic grass look even more realistic by keeping the turf area small and
“Calming” — Sandy Moore
REMARK
1 Review
Bowen Residence
Ideabooks12,904
Questions4
they were made off site and allowed to cure 28 days prior to installation. they are heavy but the masons didn't complain. i guess they are used to laying block all day long.
“grey fence” — Waterloo Landscape and Design
Elizabeth Dinkel
1 Review
Swallow Drive
Ideabooks5,730
Questions7
Day bed - 36 inches deep by 80 inches wide. Janus et Cie.
small element to launch a space from regular to "fancy" - like the elaborate candelabra mounted on this wall. If the space looks like this during the day, imagine how gorgeous it would be lit up by candles at night.
“Wall” — Hayley Casha
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
50 Reviews
Iron Shade Arbor
Ideabooks794
Questions1
cluster of leaves. These small, negative spaces cut from the metal are the source of the structure’ powerful visual and emotional impact. During the day, sunlight shines down and highlights columns, furniture, plantings, and gravel with a blend of dappling and shade that make you feel like you are sitting
“Pergola and fountain” — Marcia Gut
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