16,765 slope Home Design Photos

KellyBaron
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French Country Estate New Construction
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sloping site. grass just wide enough for a bench seat.
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
Squeeze in a seat in slope...brick walls and terracing on a slope...Slope garden with walls...sloping backyard...sloping garde...Back slope idea...Sloped backyard...sloping backyard....SLOPE - with seat...Sloped yard...Stone sloping yard
“Curved walls” — Lucy Van Liew gardens
Aaron Gordon Construction, Inc.
12 Reviews
Outdoor Deck and Garden
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sloping hill - planted rather than retained
Veggie beds along the patio below the slope
Planting a slope with a relaxed mix of hardy, low-maintenance plants
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
Walk on the wild sidePlanting a slope with a relaxed mix of hardy, low-maintenance plants, rather than neatly lined-up specimens that require a lot of
5. Walk on the wild side. Planting a slope with a relaxed mix of hardy, low-maintenance plants rather than neatly lined-up
lined-up specimens that require a lot of care is a great way to make a garden slope attractive. Plus, you won’t need to clamber around on it with the pruning
necessary for this type of slope...seated area at base of landscaped slope
“stairs to lake?” — tomhogan6
Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Entry Garden
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How did you secure the mulch to the slope? Just curious as we have serious slope in our yard and might get rain
Secured Mulch to Slope...Sloping garden...Back slope?...Sloping landscaping...slope 1...sloped backyard...Sloped yard...slope ideas...Layering for slope erosion...Slope plantings
“rear yard” — lovinglife10
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Ewing Aquatech Pools
Ewing Aquatech
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simple, elegant solution to pool on a slope
pool built on sloping yard with starting flat at ground at patio
notice the slope on the pool...stone sloped wall...side of pool on slope...sloping yard...Pool on slope...Sloped yard...Pool across sloped edge...in a slope
“exposed side of pool with stone side” — jprl9
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: The Waverly Residence
Ideabooks3,435
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hand-hammered metal and heat induced patinas. This terrace overlooks the sloped perennial garden. We finished the rear space with a calm stone arrangement
for slopes that are in sunny, dry locals
mediterranean plants grow on sunny dry rocky slopes: rosemary
Mediterranean origin make perfect candidates for growing on sunny, dry, rocky slopes. Rosemary (Rosemary officinalis, zones 8 to 10), lavender (Lavendula spp
spp and cvs, zones 5 to 9) are all good choices.More: Inspired Designs for Sloped Lots
“landscape” — jb050103
Colin Cadle Photography
2 Reviews
A place to sit in the sun
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SLOPING BACKYARDS article on how to embrace
Constructing a deck over a steep downward slope affords level
over a steep downward slope affords level space for entertaining and great views of a garden. Depending on the angle of the slope, the deck could also be
steep downward slope bags you additional level space for entertaining, with views over the garden. Depending on the angle of your slope, the deck could
over a steep downward slope affords level space for entertaining and great views of a garden. Depending on the angle of the slope, the deck could also be
“Patio” — Daniel Prince
modern house architects
6 Reviews
Pool Terrace
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Love the steps in the grass ! How do you keep the water from the slope from going into the pool ? Thank you
I like the gentle slope along with the steps
e the natural slope: Walls are not always required but
non-user-friendly slope. Where the site allows, retaining the slope is a solution that is often overlooked; a well-defined lawn slope with the option of
Use the natural slope: Walls are not always required but they will help create usable spaces on a non-user-friendly slope. Where the site allows
allows, retaining the slope is a solution that is often overlooked; a well-defined lawn slope with the option of an isolated set of steps in the middle (as in
Use the natural slope: Walls are not always required but they will help create usable spaces on a non-user-friendly slope. Where the site allows
“Like the ballustrade” — matthewpike
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
B Willow Spring
Ideabooks3,628
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high is it from the top to the bottom of the slope?
Hi. I'm trying to determine how high the drop off (slope) is and how far out you had to go from the
Retain sloping sites If you have a sloping site, you’ll need to build retained gardens (across, not down the slope) to keep soil from eroding
STEP 4: Retain sloping sitesIf you have a sloping site, you’ll need to build retained gardens (across, not down the slope) to keep soil from eroding and
Build a banked borderMost plants are just as happy growing on slopes as in level beds, so construct flowerbeds that rise up from a path, creating
2. Build a banked border. Most plants are just as happy growing on slopes as in level beds, so try constructing flower beds that rise up from a path
sloping gaRDEN INSTEAD OF A WALL
“Build a banked border. Most plants are just as happy growing on slopes as in level beds, so try cons” — loripasco
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