9,428 citrus walls Pool Design Photos

Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Oakland Estate
Ideabooks2,870
Questions4
or conceal it completely stone wall hides tub from patio area and wall continues as part of terraced garden
slat wall behind 2 sides of hot tub - possible on existing fence
Custom-built spas provide the largest variety of options for concealment, even when they’re aboveground. In this case a stone wall hides the tub from the patio area, while the wall continues as part of a terraced garden.
“Spa” — saintcrispian
Spry Architecture
10 Reviews
Black House (Steinman Renovation)
Ideabooks2,802
Questions4
great way to take the attention away from the ugly wall
a sculpture of steel panels and exterior lighting to hide an unattractive portion of a surrounding block wall. T
Best looking cinder block wall I ever saw.
Front blank wall. Up light. Coreten?
Great idea for a big wall!
color, texture, screen, break up boring block wall. lighting
Spry designed a sculpture of steel panels and exterior lighting to hide an unattractive portion of a surrounding block wall. The panels also hide an electrical transformer and pool equipment.
“Reflection.” — perennialmuse
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
4 Reviews
AMS Lansdscape Design Studios, Inc
Ideabooks12,379
Questions10
This would be great with pots of lavender or citrus trees
Water bowl feature and wall
pavers, wall behind pool
Pool/ wall
“Raised hot tub at the end” — dockkatie
Rosewood Custom Builders
13 Reviews
Northport Drive Dallas Texas
Ideabooks1,041
Questions0
Like the rock fall next to spa? Wall alternative, incorporate slide?
Build from the wall...rock wall/waterfall
“lol” — festeban
Exteriors By Chad Robert
8 Reviews
Private Residence II
Ideabooks5,373
Questions6
Column / arch details...with opposite detail on wall surrounding property
Potted citrus trees...seat wall
“Like the shallow deck” — kettlerkasa
Molly Wood Garden Design
2 Reviews
fresh and clean
Ideabooks13,572
Questions12
Is the fence/wall made out of wood or is it vinyl?
It looks like a citrus tree to me, but not sure. It's more well groomed than any I've seen, but the leaves look familiar.
Wall pool 2
“bench seating” — Mervin
Teragon Developments & Construction Inc.
3 Reviews
Vancouver
Ideabooks161
Questions0
Citrus Pie Marketing produce a video for Faith Wilson the realtor
“Tudor style” — sarahvdw
Peter D'Aprix Photography
3 Reviews
Citrus Ranch Property One
Ideabooks77
Questions1
Citrus Ranch Property One
“hate these bricks; too red!” — dhoff
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