20 Built in traditional bunkbeds Rustic Outdoor Design Photos

Keith Willig Landscape Services, Inc.
Childrens Play
the multi-levels and the way it is built into the environment
Hillside slide built above retaining wall.
attractive places where children can let their imaginations run free. Build traditional elements, such as slides or tubes, into natural topography, or build up
Built into retaining walls, perfect...Built into retaining wall?
“Alisha's backyard” — designjennings
Simmonds & Associates, Inc.
An East Bay Garden
juxtaposition of modern and traditional elements, which are unified by a natural planting scheme. Although the house is traditional, the client desired some
Redwood hot tub that can be built into our deck.
schmieden oder über das Abendessen diskutieren – ganz nach isländischer Tradition.
Built-in spa pool over a slope.
“cedar hot tub” — amklaassen
Kaplan Thompson Architects
4 Reviews
Earthship Farmstead
Bluestone in traditional color married with stacked stone
Like the built in lights to the half wall.
Patio pavers and stone wall with built in lighting
“Backyard flooring” — michellecoleman22
Loudoun County Custom Builder - Best of Houzz 2014
Bensonwood's mission for over 40 years has been crafting beautiful and healthy, high-performance home sanctuaries capable of enduring for centuries.
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
19 Reviews
San Roque Get-a-Way
way about hot tubs that fight with their surroundings... This cedar tub built into a slope has been a good solution for us.
Shrink your water elements. In the traditional desert garden, water is used as the precious commodity that it is — in small focal-point fountains or narrow
Built into slope
5 Reviews
Moonlight Basin
Montana mountain lifestyle as a family. The home that we created for them was built on a spectacular piece of property within Moonlight Basin (Resort), in Big
Moonlight Basin Ranch are from the southeast, and they wanted to start a tradition of skiing, hiking, and enjoying everything that comes with the classic
“like the wooden chairs if they are comfy” — gt8214b
Evolve Design Group
2 Reviews
Split Rock Timberpeg Lake Home
Photographs by Jim Fuhrmann, Built by Blansfield Builders
sort of like these horizontal metal sort of barriers. might prefer the traditional vertical wood ones, but this is a good alternate
“Fence” — anderrez
M Valdes Architects PLLC
Prarie Meets Pampa Pavilion
Also traditional but more like a room/greenhouse
built by pond
“cooking shack” — butch20
Jean Terwilliger Architect
Vermont Lake House
How is this porch built, is it secure, I note the absence of a traditional foundation, how would this porch perform in a gale?
“covered patio and entrance” — lindafenton2013
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