893 yellow Patio Design Photos

mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
8 Reviews
Oakland Hills Mansion
Ideabooks3,524
Questions4
Exterior: pretty pale yellow with crisp white
“Banana plants” — drc1950
Beccy Smart Photography
1 Review
Lush garden
Ideabooks410
Questions0
Full length seamless windows, feathery English plants, yellow chairs with heavy wood table, wall lights.
Large potted plants and vines and sharp contrasting yellow.
painted yellow folding chairs
“patio/garden” — francoisew
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
The Sandberg Home
Ideabooks7,582
Questions2
few years in spring. Remove spent foliage before new growth emerges each year. Too much or too little water — even too much sunlight — can cause yellowing leaves or leaf drop. If you notice this, adjust your care accordingly.
“opens out to patio” — lauriesoileau
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Shell Beach Residence
Ideabooks7,814
Questions5
the patio from too-strong winds while allowing morning light to filter through. Though white during the day, at night the screen changes colors from yellow to reds and blues.
“glass, fire, purple, everything.” — Valerie Calley
Don Ziebell
1 Review
Oz Architects
Ideabooks10,232
Questions4
grow pots (or a trough) of desertworthy succulents. If you don't have lovely sand-colored stone walls, paint a surrounding wall in a rich mustard yellow or a warm terra-cotta red. Use iron or wood garden furniture with olive green cushions. If you have space, add an additional comfortable chair or two
“Tuscan Courtyard” — cegator
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
34 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
Ideabooks15,941
Questions3
opposite each other on the color wheel. In color theory, opposites are energy-packed visual experiences. Red is opposite green; blue is opposite orange; yellow is opposite purple. In the landscape, red and green are opposites, but the use of turquoise rather than true green bends the rules while still making
“Fountain” — hscoltock
Amazon
1 Review
Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick
Ideabooks28,557
Questions8
try changing the tablecloth. Why it works: This is so simple; anticipate spring with a bright tablecloth. For best effect, choose patterns in sunny yellow or bright green.
“Feminine, colorful, bohemian entertainment set up. Love the rugs.” — Olivia Manzo
swelldone
Backyard Bath House
Ideabooks7,581
Questions1
Bathe al fresco in a sunny yellow bathtub. What a cute addition to a private garden.
“redneck hot tub. at least it's not a horse trough” — Valerie Calley
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