119 terms Traditional Outdoor Design Photos

Tupelo (Nyssa sylvatica)
Ideabooks551
Questions1
the long term.) Did I mention it’s native to the eastern half of North America? Tupelo grows 30-50 feet high and 20-30 feet wide.
the long term.) Did I mention it’s native to the eastern half of North America? Tupelo grows 30-50 feet high and 20-30 feet wide.Photo: Wikimedia Commons user Berean Hunter
“tupelo” — chadd78
Alex Amend Photography
Roof Terrace by Frank Holbrook Design
Ideabooks3,197
Questions5
smart long-term investment. Some feature side panels that can be opened for air circulation or closed for a romantic escape.
smart long-term investment. Some feature side panels that can be opened for air circulation or closed for a romantic escape. Tip: For safety’s sake, garden tents need to be well anchored in breezy or windy locations. (It’s so embarrassing to call over the fence, “Hey, mister, can we have our tent back?”)
smart long-term investment. Some feature side panels that can be opened for air circulation or closed for a romantic escape. Tip: For safety’s sake, garden tents need to be well anchored in breezy or windy locations. (It’s so embarrassing to call over the fence, “Hey, mister, can we have our tent back?”)
“Everything” — Leah Clarke
Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
Naturalistic, Stone Firepit
Ideabooks11,203
Questions7
soft in terms of structure for the yard.
longer term
“Fire pit” — aggiekat007
Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
Ideabooks2,754
Questions1
provide long-term interest. More on this great garden plant combination
provide long-term interest.
provide long-term interest.More on this great garden plant combination
“Love the arbor, vines, and wheat grass in front.” — poohkeo
Grounds by Design - Fine Landscapes
Matt Giroux
Ideabooks3,049
Questions0
architectural terms have multiple meanings. "Structure" is one. While it can refer to the components (beams, joists, columns, rafters, footings) that hold up a building, it can also refer to the way a space is organized.Certainly this comes from when a building's structure was fundamentally tied to spatial
“Cute archway” — staceylassnig
Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
26 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
Ideabooks4,449
Questions2
h the term "picket" refers to something that comes to a point, I think that this particular fence provides the same feeling as a picket fence, even though the tips are more blunt. Its long rows of vertical strips give it a similar vibe.
“rustic look but still high enough for the dogs” — ajmiller2007
Windsor Companies
4 Reviews
Windsor Companies
Ideabooks8,858
Questions1
people, the term English garden is synonymous with traditional garden design. Whatever you call it, capturing the feel of a home set in the midst of a green, parklike area is key. The large lawn and stately trees are the starting point. There's a sense of flow between every part of the garden rather than
“Windows” — pola99
Castro Design Studio
4 Reviews
Midtown
Ideabooks16,306
Questions14
those terms around without a good memory of Architectural History class - sorry Richard Guy Wilson!).
“White ceiling with stone fireplace” — muffer
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