6,678 retaining walls for sloping lot Lake All Home Design Photos

Pearson Landscape Services
5 Reviews
Project Four
Large limestone retaining wall with zoysia grass
What is the manufacturer of the stone retaining wall system?
What steps did you take to ensure that the retaining wall stays in place since these are stacked stones?
and stability. Behind the wall is a wide layer of gravel wrapped in commercial weed cloth. The alleviates a lot of pressure from water that might build up behind the walls in a big rain.
This wall was built with 8"x6" limestone
Retaining wall - flat face mason stone
levels out a lot of the slope, but would be costly, and require permits, etc. :(
retaining wall and leveling off of a sloping backyard
Rounded retaining wall - like the stones
“Retaining” — johnbsebring
3 Reviews
French Country Estate New Construction
Our dry-laid natural stone retaining wall is being "reorganized". The mesh fabric backing the stones needs to be replaced. Can you advise a backing material? Thank you in advance for your
Hi, I'm building a cottage in the mountains on a steep slope and am creating a flat area similar to that shown in your photo - for reference purposes what is the length and width of the grassed area? Thanks!
look of a dry stack wall and have some retaining properties, we typically start by pouring a concrete footing. We then begin stacking the stone, as the wall rises we pour a solid concrete wall behind the stack stone reinforced with re-bar, grouting back of stones into new concrete wall. This will lock
dry stack look. Hope this helps with your wall.
“Lawn” — danaed
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Russian River Studio
Love the design... just not sure if it is big enough for our future lake house and if it would be conducive to a sloped lot with a basement underneath...
situation and how outdoor space was provided -- for one way of addressing something similar look at the Mendocino House on my site which is on a sloped lot and has a partial basement (840 SF, 2 BR) where a deck (which increases the footprint) is incorporated as well as and a front terrace. Interesting
platform seat/bed in the alcove and sleep there -- during the day it is a daybed/sofa and at night the sleeping place -- and or a murphy bed idea... lots of options to consider. More food for thought. Feel free to email me -- cschwabe@earthlink.net if you want to have a more direct conversation. Thanks
“Stone” — saramj10908
Aaron Gordon Construction, Inc.
10 Reviews
Outdoor Deck and Garden
Nicely-done back yard up-slope w/ little care - IF
A lot of varies low-growing plants--sort of mosaic
Love the retaining wall. Don't want a sloped yard but this is still
like the garden on a slope.
Crazy quilt plantings on a slope
Retaining wall decorated by alternating plant boxes and benches.
5. Walk on the wild side. Planting a slope with a relaxed mix of hardy, low-maintenance plants rather than neatly lined-up specimens that require a lot of care is a great way to make a garden slope attractive. Plus
bench seats at bottom of slope
backyard slope - love the stairs to a deck below
wild sidePlanting a slope with a relaxed mix of hardy, low-maintenance plants, rather than neatly lined-up specimens that require a lot of care, is a great way to make a garden slope attractive without the need to clamber around on it with the secateurs every weekend. This slope has wooden steps leading
“slope” — njtovar
Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
4 Reviews
Hi love the design you guys did! Are these faux boulders? How did you get them to hold up the steel are they just set up against the steel wall? Thanks
thing with our yard but plan on using a smaller retaining wall. I posted a question here and I am wondering if you can offer any advice on how we can go about doing this http://www.houzz.com/discussions/1011573/How-can-I-DIY-corten-steel-edge-retaining
stones as pinning the steel in place since the walls are all slightly concave and as the steel flexes in the middle it will push the stones sideways. These stones are quite well situated for any sideways forces. Since this was the first time we did this, and couldn't find a single example, story, or photo
“Retaining wall” — mydorito
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
What is this retaining wall composed of?
what is the angle off of vertical of that steel wall? its a wonderful design, wished you were in my state, i would hand my lot over to you!
How is the wall supported and what about rust and deterioration in the future? Looks fantastic!!
corten steel retaining wall - angled
metal angled into slope to act as retaining wall
Use on slope left side of house
steel retaining walls and gravel path
long grasses, gravel pathway, slope and retainer wall.
“COR-TEN STEEL USE” — mattelmexikendoll
Pistils Landscape Design + Build
Basalt Retaining Wall, Bluestone Stairs + Entry Path
Basalt Retaining Wall, Bluestone Stairs + Entry Path
What type/material of stone is the retaining wall made of?
I like the retainer wall, stair combination
All the flowers around the steps
Taming the Slope Build a retaining wall. A retaining wall is an obvious solution and one that makes sense if you need a level terrace for entertaining
see the slate/stone for working with sloped yard
Stone retaining wall in front of house
Love the rounded slope of porch roof. May can use on back porch when I get it.
I like the wall for down by the river
Taming the SlopeBuild a retaining wall. A retaining wall is an obvious solution and one that makes sense if you need a level terrace for entertaining or playing sports. Its impact on the land is significant, since it involves reshaping the land. Retaining walls are generally made of stone, timber, concrete
“Paint color” — erosipko
3 Reviews
French Country Estate New Construction
What stone is used in this wall? Thank you.
Thank you ..recycled concrete walls can look gorgeous when you have great stone masons.
Do the stone walls have a footing
Wish I could do this at the lake
Retaining wall using used concrete pieces.
Sloped steps without being too intrusive
Patio slope, put a sitting place
be done with the slope in the backyard
The walls on the bank the way they look layered
Squeeze in a seatA cultivated sloping garden like this one is not best suited to entertaining or playing, but it is perfect for sitting and relaxing. The steep slope here has been walled to create beds, but a horizontal slither of lawn, just big enough for a bench, has been included in the design, providing
“Terracing idea” — vagrammie
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