12 consumer Traditional Landscape Design Photos

Studio AB
8 Reviews
Enduring Northwest Landscapes
This type of path is very durable here in the Pacific Northwest. Rarely do we get a hard freeze however. It was time consuming in this case because we cut some of the pieces as to fit tighter to the curve and to each other. It's a form of Montana slate, common from the quarries
“Sidewalk” — lscism1
Artistic Landscapes
6 Reviews
Mark's Backyard
How time consuming is the vegetation?
“Everything!” — kab007
15 Reviews
Howard Roberts
this for a show house/fund raisers years ago. There was a wooded area on the estate and we wanted to create a folly, something whimsical. Get the consumer to think outside the conventional box and realize that a landscape can be truly anything they want. This was just a bare area of lawn along the wooded
“River Birch w/ Redbuds” — Liriodendron
Barbara Pintozzi
Great Lakes October
(Symphyotrichum oblongifolium 'October Skies', in foreground). Rose hips, crab apples and the fruits of Viburnum species offer bright color until they are consumed by wildlife.
“The red and deep purple combo” — himijim
Paintbox Garden
6 Reviews
Springtime Tour of Monet's Giverny Gardens
Another idea to consume the yard space for sodding.
“Another idea to consume the yard space for sodding.” — Sofia Aifos
SynLawn Los Angeles, Orange County, Ventura County
Front Yard
Owners of our artificial lawns enjoy an existence much different than their neighbors with natural grass; one with lower water bills, free of time-consuming yard work and enriched by the aesthetic beauty our artificial grass can bring to any home.
“Cleanliness” — Paradise Design Studio
Attraction Lights
7 Reviews
Swirls Grande Path by front porch
shadow patterns. For the most distinct shadow patterns, use Attraction Lights recommended LEDs. This is a low voltage lighting system with each LED consuming only two watts of power! Photo by Lyle Braund, Attraction Lights
“pavers” — cathlm
3 Reviews
Residential Synthetic Putting Green Pictures
with one of our artificial putting greens, this home owner created a definite "win-win" scenario: a place to have fun without the costly and time consuming maintenance of live grass. This green not only looks great, it is the envy of the neighborhood!
“It might work” — ronpaynter
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