31 Edwardian Traditional Outdoor Design Photos

Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Family Room
Ideabooks5,407
Questions6
edgings that really blends this border to the path is lamb's ears (Stachys byzantina). Stachys was a favorite edging plant of Gertrude Jekyll, the Edwardian garden designer who taught us how to use color in our borders. In many of her planting schemes, especially the long color-schemed herbaceous borders
“dwarf citrus in pots” — pspappano
HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
6 Reviews
Kipp Residence
Ideabooks12,654
Questions6
busy with flowers restrained by low boxwood hedging. But this is not William Morris’ style of garden — it takes its design features from the later Edwardian gardeners, such as Gertrude Jekyll.
busy with flowers restrained by low boxwood hedging.But this is not William Morris’ style of garden — it takes its design features from the later Edwardian gardeners, such as Gertrude Jekyll.
“variety” — kristinlwheeler
Windsor Companies
5 Reviews
Windsor Companies
Ideabooks90,697
Questions17
Most of us will be lucky enough to tour an Edwardian castle let alone live in one, but we can take cues from the designs of English country homes and their grounds. Soft lawn spaces, meandering walkways, and large trees accentuated by masses of annual flowers are all reminiscent of English country estates
“Path with grass between” — House to home improvements
Tricia Douglas Interiors Ltd
Edwardian House Complete Renovation
Ideabooks29
Questions0
Edwardian House Complete Renovation
“Bushes/Plants” — cmunguia0131
Paul D'Amico - Period Design
Edwardian Porch
Ideabooks15
Questions0
with the tiling. They came with weathered paint in orange and violets. The quarry tiles framing the diamond stretchers are red and black - a typical Edwardian combination. The multitude of tones helped to heal the contrast between the maroon post war brick and the rest.
Edwardian Porch...edwardian porch
“Entrance” — lelle3010
Susan Cohen Associates, Inc.
29 Reviews
Holmby Hills Residence
Ideabooks1,166
Questions1
amazing use of hedges of different species and heights, from the low boxwood-bed edging to the tall formal enclosing hedges.Its design has its roots in Edwardian gardens, where the strong lines of enclosing hedges and walls were softened by naturalistic plantings that were allowed to overspill their boundaries
“Divide large area” — denisejoy
LivingSpace Sunrooms
Fortin
Ideabooks3
Questions0
White, Edwardian style conservatory featuring an opal heatguard polycarbonate roof. The 18" tall knee wall and the upper transoms make the windows of this room the main focal point. The gold hardware provides a nice elegant touch as well. The style of this room blends perfectly with the rest of the
LivingSpace Sunrooms
Fortin
Ideabooks3
Questions0
White, Edwardian style conservatory featuring an opal heatguard polycarbonate roof. The 18" tall knee wall and the upper transoms make the windows of this room the main focal point. The gold hardware provides a nice elegant touch as well. The style of this room blends perfectly with the rest of the
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