72 and accessory home Outdoor Design Photos

Crisp Architects
43 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks407
Questions1
accessory room
historic home...historical home...new home...summer home...traditional home...country home
“Natural Wood” — castle
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Tiny House
Ideabooks5,216
Questions2
creating someone else's vision of a home.
Owning a cottage-size home can simplify your life. Cottages
Cottages call us back to our past, where almost every home had a small vegetable garden and a few chickens, and there were no shopping malls luring us away from hearth and family.
This reminds me of my former home in the country. It evokes the wonderful Summer days in the garden with my children and grandchildren and the wonderful vegetable harvests we gathered
vision of a home. "I'm not about to preach to somebody else when it comes to how to live their lives," she says. "But I think most of my clients know that my colleagues and I are pretty thoughtful about what we do. We want each and every one of our remodels to be our last [for that home]."She admits
“Fence for the garden” — kbolan29
Nilsen Landscape Design, LLC
12 Reviews
Wellesley Cottage Garden
Ideabooks1,733
Questions2
a home that goes with the nature; creative design that blends so well with the nature.
3. What’s your home’s style? The next step is to evaluate your home’s architecture. Look at its style and palette of colors. For fencing you usually want to stay within a home’s theme. Nilsen says the best designs take the home’s style and carry the notion through.Nilsen also sticks with an easy design
design formula. She says, “Simple home, simple fence; ornate home, ornate fence.” It sounds elementary, but it works.Shown: This white picket fence complements the traditional style of the wood-shingled Cape Cod. Find your home’s style
“Shrink that maintenance” — proctorhouse
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
Ideabooks12,576
Questions4
‘grounding’ them in the space. Tip: Keep plantings simple to avoid large pots’ overwhelming a space; keep the style of the containers in line with the home’s architecture and consider having the containers ‘emerge’ from ground covers or grasses.
These oversize terra-cotta pots are perfectly suited to the style and architecture of the home and scaled to provide plenty of room for the fruit trees. They could, however, completely dominate the space. Low-growing plants have been added around
separation of entrance and driveway to garage. These oversize terra-cotta pots are perfectly suited to the style and architecture of the home and scaled to provide plenty of room for the fruit trees. They could, however, completely dominate the space. Low-growing plants have been added around
“pots to delienate space” — debye12
Crisp Architects
43 Reviews
Connecticut Estate
Ideabooks2,859
Questions2
accessory room
country home
“bbq on cover porch” — lauk216
Rob Kyne
The Hampton Backyard
Ideabooks2,276
Questions1
The yard and planter boxes next to this beautiful home
This home appears under exterior in the idea book. That photo didn't show the raised garden bed seen here. A big, grassy area for kids and dogs is a
this - maybe for our future home?
love shingle style homes.
Front of great home...Style of home
“stone landing off house” — tasharae1
SRM Architecture and Interiors
1 Review
Fazan Vacation Home - Exterior
Ideabooks3,411
Questions5
Fazan Vacation Home - Exterior
home vegetable garden plan
the openness of the home
home vegetable
“Copper on outside” — Sarah Geboy
NATALIE SERDIUK
n_serdiuk
Ideabooks23,294
Questions11
siding installed on my home and the crew did not use the
I had hardie siding installed on my home and the crew did not do the butt to method. They nailed the trim to the siding. Is this a correct technique? Their supervisor came out and assured me that this is the way Home Depot does all their siding
when you find a length of pipe in the desired width, you will need to pay to have it cut into sections to use as planters. To transport the sections home, you will need a truck or you will have to arrange for delivery, usually at an additional cost. Culverts are more expensive than galvanized stock tanks
“maybe use recycled wood?” — iamone23
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