236,568 side yard Home Design Photos

Rhodes Architecture + Light
10 Reviews
Spring Hill Residence
Ideabooks15,708
Questions3
right side of screen just in front of fountain
my back yard I planted 3 years ago and cannot recall the name-this setting looks great!
Side od kitchen between front amd back garden
Walk way and plants. To do on side of house with herbs
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, they can be a valuable
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 or hardscaping
“back patio area” — sleeplessnmoline
Amelia B. Lima & Associates
11 Reviews
Green Wall
Ideabooks12,111
Questions5
mural on a side yard. Amelia B. Lima
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.
Want this for my side yard!
give this side garden a definite point of view. It's a showstopper!More:Turn a Wider Side Yard Into a Gorgeous Garden Room
Make gloomy side yards enticing. Side yards are often overlooked in the garden as areas of little potential, and are relegated to storing trash bins, compost heaps and other eyesores
“Pathway” — lillytattoo
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Silicon Valley 02 (Design by Myron Grossman)
Ideabooks28,633
Questions8
Love the arcitectural nature of this side yard
Great idea for a side of the house
pavers with moss/creeping thyme side yard path
this side yard could easily feel claustrophobic. Instead, it gives the sensation of walking through a quiet, wooded bosk. When you plant trees in side yards, choose dwarf, columnar or slow-growing varieties that will be happy with the confined growing conditions. In this walkway, a fluffy ground cover
“Walkway around the house & back yard” — dchristyparker
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Dave Adams Photography
4 Reviews
Garden House
Ideabooks18,650
Questions5
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 of width for a walkway around your seating area.See more ideas for
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 as that of the previous space.
“sideyard” — Casey Furlong
Prassas Landscape Studio LLC
6 Reviews
Lincoln Park Garden Path
Ideabooks3,917
Questions1
Chairs or bench on side of home
Small informal patio in side yard. Could be used to subdivide vegetable gardens
Old Southern Garden or Side Yard
Great idea for the side yard
Side yard landscape...East side yard...Side yard...great side yards...Idea for side yard....Cute side yard....lush side yard...side yard
“Path” — norajane19
Haddonstone Ltd
California
Ideabooks7,788
Questions5
Side yard looking out of living/great room windows
Side yard... like the walkway... change out plants
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
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 here, allowing the designer to feature plants that would
“Planter” — bdfulkerson
Stewart Land Designs
New Orleans Style Backyard Garden
Ideabooks13,401
Questions3
side yard gravel path with landscape on side
Great idea for our side yard
up the side of the house.
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 an interesting circuit for anyone walking through this
“Gravel Paths and Lighting” — mp1964
Visionscapes NW Landscape Design
5 Reviews
Lush Suburban Retreat
Ideabooks9,248
Questions2
arrow 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
side of house right side of garage to behind shed
Interesting idea for plants within path. Maybe. Not for side yard but other areas?
Ideas for planting back yard. Possibly using lg bricks to hold dirt away from gravel
“How freaking cute.” — morgan_nicole06
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