167,407 rock wall Traditional Home Design Photos

Georgian Landscape Design
17 Reviews
Backyard remake - Norcross
Ideabooks6,661
Questions5
Hi - What type of stone was used in the wall (base and top)?
curvy wall seats are a great way
Did you install the stone wall?...the wall...wall and flowers...Backyard wall...Rock fence...Love the stone curved wall...Rock wall...I like the wall...stone wall...retaining wall...Winding curving wall...stone wall w/landscape around trees
“raised borders” — lbrantley2014
Liquidscapes
16 Reviews
Howard Roberts
Ideabooks2,579
Questions3
A stone retaining wall supports the upper and lower plantings for this front entry.
Rock wall, two levels, dogwoods, berberis and nepeta
colors and rock wall...Rock wall for backyard...Rock wall barberry...Rock wall...Landscaping within interior of wall...Nice stone wall....Stone wall
“We could put up a call wnad put the trees up in it, that would be nice” — Matt Martone
Swick's Organic Landscaping
3 Reviews
Private Residence North Vancouver
Ideabooks5,975
Questions1
layering ledge rock wall
Ledge rock wall...Brick wall...Stone retaining wall...Rock wall...Slats for privacy wall?...Rock border on flower beds...Stone wall...Garden wall...Privacy wall...Like rock wall
“design but too high” — davisbruner
Elaine M. Johnson
13 Reviews
Chatham Charm
Ideabooks4,334
Questions1
renovation of a classic full Cape in Chatham, MA. Additions of retaining walls, walkway, gardens and fencing details completely transformed the front yard
Given the freeze/thaw effects in this climate, here did you locate drainage points behind this wall, and where do they exit? How
How tall is this wall at it's highest point? Thank you.
Hi, the wall is approximately 3' at its highest point. Because of the minimal hgt. and the soil profile on the Cape_ssandy and not a heavy soil, no weep
Wall for side of driveway, house
“retaining wall may cost less than poured concrete wall” — kysee
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
34 Reviews
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
Ideabooks2,828
Questions1
brown leather in the centre!! I need help with shades. Dark brown feature wall with the rest of the room cream. Or do I just paint it all cream? Thank you
if you have a plan in mind - Is there enough light to support a dark brown wall as well as dark brown furnishings? Post your question on 'Design Dilemma'
these stairs and terraces I like. The stairs could be one piece bigger rocks, or not if cheaper
Do not like the loose sloppy rock
“Pieces placed together” — mgabhp
Avant Garden
5 Reviews
Mill Valley modern garden 2
Ideabooks2,129
Questions1
Stone wall with twin water features. Water spills from cast concrete urns into openings in wall.
low walls around lawn and protecting planters from kids
size of rock wall I want...Like low wall - could be plantings...Rock wall....natural stone wall...rock wall in place...Wall and paving...Retaining wall...Rock face...Good walls for the patio...Rock wall
“stone on the small wall” — Heather Johnson
Traditional Landscape
Ideabooks1,798
Questions1
I like this kind of rock wall in contrast to a boulder wall
rock retaining wall w/ stairs...Rock wall and trees...I love the stone walls...Rock patio for front yard...retaining wall natural...rock retaing walls, terraces...Rock steps...Landscape rocks...retaininh wall...Rock wall...rock wall/flagstone pathways...Stone wall...Rock ideas
“love this retaining wall” — Christy Fellerman
Paintbox Garden
7 Reviews
Borrow Garden Ideas From Springtime in Paris
Ideabooks745
Questions1
Charlotte Albers © 2013 Houzz. Curving paths, stone slabs, rock walls, and fragrant Mediterranean plants in the Alpine Garden of the Jardin des Plantes
USDA Zone 5-7. Definitely a great perennial for a stone wall or rock garden.
I think that's Rock Cress, Aubretia deltoidea, which is a spring blooming
what a cool way to grow rock garden plants, rather than
Rock walls. The crevices and cracks between stones in a rock wall are perfectly suited for an alpine garden. Fill planting holes
filling a container garden on a sunny patio. Rock walls. The crevices and cracks between stones in a rock wall are perfectly suited for an alpine garden.
filling a container garden on a sunny patio.Rock walls. The crevices and cracks between stones in a rock wall are perfectly suited for an alpine garden.
Love the purple stuff on the wall
“plants dripping over” — scotfree63
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