281,554 side yard Home Design Photos

Rhodes Architecture + Light
10 Reviews
Spring Hill Residence
What is the large green leaf with yellow on right side of screen just in front of fountain
more ideas for the side yard
Use of ferns and host as with Lacey bush on front right side
9. Dress up a side yard. Side yards are often neglected and relegated to housing garbage cans and compost bins. They also don’t always get as much sun if they’re in a cramped area, and frequent traffic can result in a trodden path of mud and weeds. While side yards are usually pretty tight
if used properly.The side yard shown here might not be appropriate if you’d need to move lawnmowers and wheelbarrows over the carefully planted path, but the effect is quite lovely if having open access isn’t necessary. Alternately, you can plant gardens on each side of the yard, leaving a path of turf
“like plants and pathway” — Lesllie Hough- Bland
Amelia B. Lima & Associates
11 Reviews
Green Wall
A 4o feet long green wall creates a living colorful mural on a side yard. Amelia B. Lima
need privacy along an unattractive 6' high fence line. Initially, I plan to start at one end and work on an area about 18'-20' wide. The 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
Our side yard by other gate
turn ordinary into extraordinary. Lush, tropical plants give this side garden a definite point of view. It's a showstopper! More: Turn a Wider Side Yard Into a Gorgeous Garden Room
instantly turn ordinary into extraordinary. Lush, tropical plants give this side garden a definite point of view. It's a showstopper!More:Turn a Wider Side Yard Into a Gorgeous Garden Room
“Greened path” — Nicholas Wallin
Stewart Land Designs
New Orleans Style Backyard Garden
Hi, I'm planting a backyard garden and I'm trying to shield my room from my neighbors. What is the tree on the right side of the photo? It would work really well. Thanks!
Side yard that's clean and unique
To put on sides of our house
at the side of the back deck
Perfect for walkway to side yard
gorgeous walkway is easily wide enough for two to traverse side by side. I like the care with which this path was designed and installed. It feels special, with the cut-stone edging doubling as a way to contain the planting beds on either side. The stone palette complements the brick house and creates
“NO GRASS” — Virginia Hertz
Visionscapes NW Landscape Design
5 Reviews
Lush Suburban Retreat
Narrow side yard features a gravel path with inlaid "stepping stones" made of metal circles embedded in the gravel and ringed with Mexican black pebbles. Inside the stepping stones are plantings of dwarf mondo grass, 'Sunshine' creeping veronica, and Corsican mint. Plantings include natives such as evergreen
add japanese maple on fort side of house - zig zag path around it.
Maw maw's side of the house?
could be used for front yard too. like the green holes in the ground
Narrow side yard features a gravel path with inlaid "stepping stones" made of
“nice shady area.” — sbryan50
Dave Adams Photography
4 Reviews
Garden House
corner bench with ability to add table. perhaps for the corner of our yard
a bench along the fence on the shared side with smooth stones
Extend yard up to side door?
Side yards make great outdoor spaces. Generally, any side yard that is 10 feet wide or wider has a lot of potential. But keep in mind that side yards are commonly used for walkways, so it is important to maintain at least 3 feet
feet of width for a walkway around your seating area.See more ideas for a side yard
While this small yard is casual and colorful, it's still very French. In a small space, adding color through flowers and linens gives a country feel that's equally as inviting
“Lemon tree, seating area” — nsteinfeld
Molly Wood Garden Design
2 Reviews
fresh and clean
I have a side alley which gets very damp. If I put up a similar pergola would this alleviate the problem a bit?
see? side yard can be lush
Side alleyways can create useful outdoor rooms. In houses blessed with a wider side alleyway, there is more scope to create a garden with uses more than just decorative. But they can still have the same problems that side yards have, with diminished light levels and dry soils.The clever design of this
need a spot where they can occur.” — Debra PrinzingSo often we let our side yards go to waste because they aren’t the size and shape we think can be useful. Get ideas for your own makeover from this collection of clever side yards, including an outdoor lounge, a dining area, a party zone, an edible garden
“Structure next to house creates cozy seating area” — stewartalysont
Shirley Bovshow
4 Reviews
Side Yard Makeover by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
Side Yard Makeover by Shirley Bovshow of EdenMakersBlog.com
Garden makeovers by Shirley Bovshow in Los Angeles.This was formerly an abandoned narrow side yard used only to store trash cans. Now it is a favorite garden stroll area for the homeowner. See the complete makeover: http://edenmakersblog.com/?p=893 Photo and design by Shirley Bovshow
How long from the actual installation to when the photograph was taken? Beautiful designed side yard Shirley!
Beautiful side yard, What is the dimension in meters? Thank you.
I really LOOOOVE this with arbor, paver steps and everything planted along the path :) Looks so serene. I bet the birds really love this yard.
light arch for honeysuckle at bedroom side of house.
“The arch looks so beautiful” — jackiecar5
Haddonstone Ltd
For path leading to back yard.
Private side yard - pretty design.
Side yard looking out of living/great room windows
Nice side yard treatment, make the view what you want it to be instead of what's beyond the plants and statue.
Over the top, yes. But that's the fun thing about designing a side garden. You have the element of surprise in your favor. I doubt that many of us would think of placing two huge pedestal urns along a walkway, and then planting them with tropicals and palms that spill over the rim. The treatment works
“Steps off set & large pot/statuary in the garden.” — honeybear63
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