42 backyard garden design Rustic Living Design Photos

Amy A. Alper
7 Reviews
Amy Alper, Architect
Noguchi Table | Design Within Reach
Love the open design, exterior fireplace, and post and beam (lighter wood) would be nice
The contrast between stained beams and walls work very well in most design styles.
which replaces the original wood-burning one, provides ample heat for the small space. Its hearth is a piece of flagstone that the owners used in their garden for several years.
“Openness to woods and fireplace position” — susanken
Rustic Living Room
Love your designs- enjoy looking at all your photos!! Really like the fireplace screen. Can you provide any details on how/who made it?
The art of armchair gardening. If this is your idea of gardening in December, then I'm right with you! There's nothing quite like sitting in your favorite armchair by a roaring fire and enjoying your garden through the window.
“Everything” — sddespain
Littlewolf Architecture
7 Reviews
Mountain Meadow House
this home, the Fireplace is right in front fo the benches and the shape of roof is really uniqe, windows are enough big to look the greenery of the backyard !
love this room but would have paned windows/doors. Very nice stone firplace design with wood storage below.
“Door” — kaysea2021
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Morgan-Keefe Builders, Inc.
8 Reviews
Reclaimed Natural Wonder
Big clean windows to face the backyard.
For the slab in backyard
Cabin Design
“Sun room” — criswilson
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Flea Market Chic
This is the feel I want in our garden retreat
Garden shed interior
Cool ceiling design
“;o little stove heater” — Anne McCarthy
MW|Works Architecture+Design
Canyon Barn
have two dobie 's and am in a mountain desert zone 8. I have a slope and lots of DG and rock..I am thinking the landscape cloth and pea gravel for my backyard. I am going to use river rock to to hold the pea gravel where I want it to stay, and make berms with the mulch around the planted areas with rock
great outdoors. Rustic and dependable.So did Houzz designers use these dogs as their inspiration? Roll over to the Comments section and bark if you think so.More:50 Dogs in DesignJust for Fun: Styling Photos With Pets5 Pet Problems Solved by Design
“Wow large sliding door!!” — rnkayla81
Centre Sky Architecture Ltd
22 Reviews
Tuscan Farm
Set in a wildflower-filled mountain meadow, this Tuscan-inspired home is given a few design twists, incorporating the local mountain home flavor with modern design elements. The plan of the home is roughly 4500 square feet, and settled on the site in a single level. A series of ‘pods’ break the home
kitchen, and dining acts as the focus, and all other spaces radiate off that point. Bedrooms are designed to be cozy, with lots of storage with cubbies and built-ins. Natural lighting has been strategically designed to allow diffused light to filter into circulation spaces. Exterior materials of historic
“color/shade of window and door stain/moulding and moulding style” — jakki9
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
5 Reviews
Winter Cabin
We are designing something similar and want the high pitched roof and a loft. It is hard to imagine from a flat floor plan.
What a beautiful design - i've been trying to come up with an alternative to drywall for our seasonal retreat. Could you tell me the dimensions of the panelling? Also, is
layout - interior design - flooring
Those cabinets finishing technique is very well designed and painted
“White walls, natural ceiling, darker floor” — manicmama
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