23,612 slope Home Design Photos

Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders
4 Reviews
Cow Hollow Historic Home
Ideabooks12,754
Questions6
Plant a living mural. If your garden slopes upward,
steep slope; concrete wall with trellis
Like the green wall in the back of this sloped yard.
another option for slope in back
Plant a living mural. If your garden slopes upward, the rear boundary will be much more prominent. Make a feature of it by creating
” — Joanna SimmonsYour garden dreams may have been slowed down by your sloped yard, but don’t give up hope. Simmons walks us through banked borders, terraces, zones, vertical gardens and more.Full Story: 11 Solutions for Sloping Backyards
used in this enclosed garden, with green as the predominant foliage color. The low retaining walls echo the Mediterranean traditional treatment for a sloping site. The horizontal beds lead the eye out, creating the illusion of the garden being wider than it is while providing usable space.The terraced plantings
“Hanging garden” — Michael Vreeland
Colin Cadle Photography
2 Reviews
Garden Terraces - Devon
Ideabooks507
Questions1
SLOPING BACKYARDS article on how to embrace it and use to your advantage
Rise above it. Constructing a deck over a steep downward slope affords
love the deck on the sloping yard
1. Rise above it. Constructing a deck 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 raised on pillars to create storage or even a playspace beneath
Constructing a deck 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 raised on pillars to create storage or even a playspace
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 also be raised on pillars to create storage or even a play space beneath.
“love the deck on the sloping yard” — shirree
Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
4 Reviews
Ambleside
Ideabooks4,480
Questions2
Mix up the materials. In a sloping garden, the materials you use to terrace the incline can be as eye catching as the plantings. Here steel backs plant beds while boulders add visual depth.
Mix up the materials. In a sloping garden, the materials you use to terrace
Sloped backyard with rusted steel terracing, boulders and succulents. Very serene
Mix up the materials. In a sloping garden, the materials you use
Mix of steel and boulders for slope
Beautiful terracing of a sloping garden
Awesome slope solutions! Perfect for SoCal homeowners!
Max up the materialsIn a sloping garden, you can make the materials you use to terrace the incline as eye-catching as the planting. Here, beds are backed by metal sheets, with huge boulders dotted around them and bordering the stone path. The planting itself is modest, featuring trees for height and
“Mix up the materials. In a sloping garden, the materials you use to terrace the incline can be as ey” — wntn
AHBL
Brighton Beach Estate
Ideabooks5,313
Questions1
how do you keep the dirt from washing down the hill. I love this so much and have a small slope on a small hill that I have planted but the dirt washed down even with some rocks placed here and there?
Slope landscape for around tree in corner of backyard
Like the rocks on the slope
Nice job on a slope without using ground cover or getting too much going on
“Landscape” — julile98022
The LaurelRock Company
2 Reviews
Contemporary Composition - The LaurelRock Company
Ideabooks1,323
Questions2
steel riser to divide the slope, extend into garedn for effetct
cool way to deal with a slope
elongated gravel paths separated up/down-slope by steel risers
Maybe you are dealing with a sloped lot. Instead of bisecting the space with the
Maybe you are dealing with a sloped lot. Instead of bisecting the space with the typical brick or concrete steps, the designers at Stephen Stimson Associates employed steel risers that deliberately and profoundly extend into the garden. By contrasting naturalistic prairie-style plants with well-manicured
“Stepped” — Royal Interiors Paint & Drywall Co.
House + House Architects
28 Reviews
Sleepy Hollow Residence
Ideabooks3,337
Questions5
we are building on a steep slope and the code has been lowered to 28 feet plus 10 feet if the vertical drop is 10 feet or greater from the upside to the downside of the home. Our design is almost 45 feet which is too tall. Very frustrating as our town is mostly on sloped lots and has views of the Columbia
Black vinyl welded wire fence follows grade, follows slope.
because it is on sloping block
the sloped lot design. I like how some of the up-slope was preserved for "yard space".
Homes built along a slope, such as this one, can yield something quite unique. For example, whereas a typical home has public spaces (living room, kitchen, family room etc.) on the first floor with private rooms above, a home built along a slope might have the public areas at the top level, because
“Ventanas” — rociocazares
Garrett Churchill Inc.
Landscape Design and installation
Ideabooks1,136
Questions2
Very similar to my backyard...I like the added steps & the grasses on the slope
like adding dirt and grasses to side of house where iit slopes
Pennisetum Hamlin. Its an ornamental grass. (low green plantings on the slope).
steps up to upper slope, grass area
sloped backyard with steps
slope 2...Slope fix...sloped yard...Sloped bank grass...slope clever...Slope landscape
“stair idea” — asefidroo
Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Dry Creek Valley Home - A Pool For Sharing
Ideabooks3,571
Questions2
Low Water natural planting style on slope
If done strategically, your effectively retained slope may just be your favorite view!If you love your retaining wall, please show it off — I'd love to see it! Add photos to the Comments section below.More:Inspired Designs for Sloped LotsGarden Musts for March7 Out--of-the-Box Retaining Wall IdeasDesign
“Hill vegetation w rocks along Sandy Hollow” — themorethe
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