6,118 your roses Patio Design Photos

Chris Pardo Design - Elemental Architecture
4 Reviews
Crockett Residence
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my language; you're speaking it
“QUALITY” — nor1957
Sean Papich Landscape Architecture
2 Reviews
Cottage Renovation
Ideabooks8,728
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including Endless Summer hydrangeas, moonlight coreopsis, pink Knock Out roses, Russian sage, sweet bay magnolia trees and Blushing Bride hydrangeas (right)
Similar to your current layout
“floor” — Gina Mire
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Los Altos Hills Renovation
Ideabooks413
Questions4
tennis court? i looks like a 6" drop but i'm just eyeballing it. thanks for your help, i really appreciate it.
low wall to separate roses
“I like the water line tile” — Leigh Pierce
Prestige Builders
2 Reviews
Smithcliffs
Ideabooks1,422
Questions3
huge succulents at base of rose bush
growing between the stones as shown here. Where the pattern would added to your existing patio with rectangular shapes extending out into the yard.
“My Swimming pool to lead out to this.” — bengwain
Grant and Power Landscaping
4 Reviews
Wayne Residence
Ideabooks1,057
Questions3
what about something like this covering your grill area when it's really hot out?
Rose Bush
“Yard” — skygoddess777
McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Lake House Two - Exterior
Ideabooks10,528
Questions6
with a local contractor or landscape contractor to source custom pavers in your area. Thanks
Incorporate boulders into your hardscape. Consider incorporating boulders into your hardscape or cutting them into metal pathway edging
this look is to trace the shape of your boulder with a bendable ruler (available at any office supply store) onto your patio hardscape, then use an angle
fitted with a stone-cutting blade to make your cuts. For a project like this, keep obstructions out of the way of your visitors for safety.
Incorporate boulders into your hardscape. Consider incorporating boulders into your hardscape or cutting them into metal pathway edging
this look is to trace the shape of your boulder with a bendable ruler (available at any office supply store) onto your patio hardscape, then use an angle
“entry details boulder” — Rick Hendricks
Alderwood Landscaping
10 Reviews
Alderwood Landscape
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Questions43
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of high-end outdoor furniture. Depending on your location, you may be able to take these photos into your local outdoor furniture retailer and see if they
you can avoid disturbing / modifying the structure of your roof. If you attach the structure to your house, you'll likely need to get a builder or architect
the roof on your proposed structure... that is something we look-at on a case-by-case basis and give recommendations based on the pitch of your current roof
architecture of your home, as well as the surroundings. The plant material would definitely vary. Hope this helps, best of luck with your new home!
“natural stone pit and steps. covered area.” — pammmcdaniel
Matthew Frederick - M. Frederick L.L.C.
Honeyfield
Ideabooks130
Questions0
“The stone that is everywhere! I am crazy about stone!” — mmoncivais
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