307,526 side garden Home Design Photos

Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
8 Reviews
Sustainable Long Island Residence
Perfect for the side of our house
This side yard has perfect proportions, beginning with its width, which is equal to the height of the architecture (this is an often-used design technique — imagine flipping down your house on its side into the yard — to calculate the dimensions of a garden space).Longer than it is wide, the side garden
entire side garden together and leads the eye to the seating area/patio as its destination.To the right, furthest from the home: An allee of trees. They will soon mature to visually offset the weight of the architecture — and give this side garden a sense of enclosure. Brilliant!
fieldstone or siding to liven up the duller tones.
“Garden” — jessmclennan
RDM Architecture
14 Reviews
This garden path was created next to the new master bedroom addition we designed as part of the Orr Residence renovation. The curving limestone paver path is defined by the plantings. RDM and the client selected plantings that are very happy in the shade as this part of the yard gets very little direct
is the siding and who makes it?
of the garden design once the spaces had been defined. As far as costs they are going to vary from region to region and in your plan materials so I would try and find a local landscape architect or designer to lay something out and give you a preliminary price. Good Luck!
Good idea for deans side of the house
Landscaping. Path around side of house.
According to the architect, this sun-dappled side garden was created to complement a new master bedroom addition. Yes, it's a side yard, but this space is also a private garden
“The gardens and path” — pjvan
Amelia B. Lima & Associates
10 Reviews
Green Wall
mural on a side yard. Amelia B. Lima
elevated garden area. I have a small patio area with a wall behind 3 feet of dirt area, and LOVE your design solution. I live in Victoria BC and am wondering what plants you have used, and could you please share. Thank you sooo much! Anne Marie
neighbor's side has a few evergreens in that section but the planting area would have several hours of direct western exposure. It would be protected by the house once the sun was low enough in the sky. The area in front of the fence is rather low and collects water during a soaking rain. I'm currently adding
for the side of the house.
Use of colour very similar to my own sub trop garden
small, high garden area - very nice
“So lush!!!!” — cynthiacwilliams
Statile & Todd
3 Reviews
Garden Path
This garden pathway links the front yard to the backyard area. Perennials and shrubs bloom throughout the season providing interest points that change from week to week. Creeping thyme and other flowering plants fill in the spaces between the irregular stone pathway.
spacious side garden, toward the rolling lawn in the distance. An opening in a row of trees frames the view. Within this side garden, however, there are plenty of beautiful plant combinations that provide interest. From the flowering thyme in and around the flagstones to the repeating mounds of perennials
Back yard park with garden pathway
spacious side garden, toward the rolling lawn in the distance. An opening in a row of trees frames the view. Within this side garden, however, there are plenty of beautiful plant combinations that provide interest. From the flowering thyme in and around the flagstones to the repeating mounds of perennials
“Path” — Cassie Diaz-Bello
Schmechtig Landscapes
1 Review
Informal Garden - A Side Yard Garden Path in Glenview, Illinois
ormal Garden - A Side Yard Garden Path in Glenview, Illinois
starting a gardening blog and would like to use some of your beautiful images - such as this one. May I have permission to use your images with a credit to you? My blog is www.jardins-sans-secret.com Kind regards,
Master Gardener project - stones cheaper for path than crushed granite!
Garden path. Plants amid the stepping stones.
for a side garden that's completely engaging for anyone who happens upon it. This idea can adapt to most any dimension or cultural condition, because you first design the grid, then add the plants. Starting with off-the-shelf concrete or cut-stone pavers from a home improvement center (super affordable)
Your side garden will finally have a stylish attitude — and you can probably accomplish this in a weekend.
“Love the stepping stone/ plants” — motherhubbard
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Gravel Path
their side garden with a textural privacy screen that resembles a fabric tapestry. This narrow side garden has a lot going for it: 1. the gravel walk is contained with a slender metal edging on either side, 2. the bamboo is densely planted, but maintained like a hedge and 3. uplighting, subtle but effective
secret garden where you might want to speak in a hushed voice. While the property is situated very close to the neighboring one, the lush, textural row of clumping bamboo converts it into a beautiful and private path enclosure. The only sounds you'll hear are the crunch of your sandals across the gravel
walk your garden at night. Where are you likely to trip? To walk off the path into the darkness? To back the car off the driveway? To need access on a somewhat regular basis (for instance, the trash storage area)? Also look to see if wayfinding is clearly delineated: Think in terms of getting from point
“Pathway, lights” — 55beachgirl
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Contemporary Wall
contemporary garden. Layered walls perform double duty as both sculpture and a way to define gathering spaces. Contrasting leaf textures and hues harmonize with the hardscape, and plant masses add their colorful statement to the canvas. Photo Michele Lee Willson
top or side, colour bit too bright for our purpose?
Side gardens aren't just about the garden floor; they're also about the vertical plane: the walls, so to speak. That notion is expressed beautifully here. Sustainably harvested ipe boards, installed horizontally, alternate with sections of stucco
retain the side garden. This is a well-furnished room with benches for seating, pockets for plants and even a fireplace treatment. There's a graphic rhythm to this space that makes it enjoyable both to view and to spend time visiting
“Bench” — debragould
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
nice planted border to spruce up a side yard
side yard idea, except with some sort of
Pea gravel or crushed rock side yard
sustainable growth gardens around home with native plants---beautiful
A side yard filled with grasses, annuals, perennials and shrubs softens the rigid lines of the house. A gravel path is less formal and more naturelike than brick or flagstone.
A long border worthy of a grand main garden fits into this transition space between a brick home and its garage. The room
either side. This is just the sort of secondary spot that could have been paved for parking. Instead, it is a dreamy area for a stroll, still providing access for those approaching.
“Gravel walk witness plants instead of grass as filler.” — meme707
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