34,271 terrace Home Design Photos

Glass LinkRemick Associates Architects + Master Builders
Terraced strips of vegetation on the exterior match the pattern
small terrace garden space. Love glass walls.
terracing maybe like this down the backside
shallow terraces each with a different vegetable height, and sleek concrete
further conveyed in the way the walkway follows the topography of the site. The steps actually align with the terraced landscape, a considerate means of tying the two together.
Terraced strips of vegetation on the exterior match the pattern of steps on the interior of this home. With translucent
Bourke TerraceORBIS design
3. Inner-city terrace (1850s to 1890s)Our charming inner-city terraces are not always what they seem. While they’re beautiful facades conceal unexpected interiors, it’s also hard to believe they were once banned in most partS of Australia.In the 19th century, the terrace house (a style imported from
stucco, architects fashionably dressed their terrace houses in, what has been fondly termed “iron petticoats” – cast-iron lacework like that of the Victorian style homes. However, as much as we may admire terraces now, by the 1890s, many of these terrace rows had come to be considered slums and breeding
Australia’s flourishing wealth. Developers built long rows of terraces to accommodate city dwellers and the country’s booming population. From modest to grand, from two rooms to 20 rooms, from single-storey to five-storey, the inner-city terrace catered to all. And whether brick, bluestone, sandstone, or
Elegance RestoredGinkgo Leaf Studio
might need terracing in our landscape
terrace? I like this idea a lot better
8. Landscape a terraced hillside. If your property includes a steeply sloping hillside, consider working with a landscape designer to create a terraced garden with stone walls. Terraced gardens are incredibly elegant and protect your site from erosion. The terraces shown here offer a compelling backdrop
Sloping tiered garden bench on terrace stone walls.....have footings tho
terraced garden and steps with rock on a hill
bench on terraced area
Terracing for driveway
stone work and terraces
Messy wall terracing
terrace and...terraced backyard...Terraced rock walls...Terraced landscape...Terraced front yard...Plants & terrace
Grass TerracesShades Of Green Landscape Architecture
What kind of ferns are those in the back and near pool? http://www.houzz.com/photos/66024/Grass-Terraces-contemporary-landscape-san-francisco
small boxes with mulch on terraces?
east side of front yard . . . terrace landscape ??
upper terrace areas - drought tolerant idea
Grass terraces with concrete wall
Concrete terrace walls
Terraced ground cover with different
Terrace garden idea...Terracing grasses...Garden terracing...Grass terraces...terracing a slope...Terraced wall...Terrace - garden...Grass Terraces
Stelle ArchitectsStelle Lomont Rouhani Architects
Terraced concrete steps with grass and pool steps on side
Terraced garden idea - although not necessarily just lawn would
terrace roof without beams
Terracing idea, concrete?
Extra Wide Concrete Terrace
Terrace ideas for back yard
Here the terracing of a backyard lawn is accommodated with tall steps, not stairs. These edges effectively reiterate the projecting awnings on the house.
Tiering terrace...terracing like this...Terracing the hill...hillside terraces...Terraced back yard...Terraced landscape...garden terrace
Pacific Heights Family HomeMartha Angus Inc.
Like the terracing with the steps
room whatsoever.” More ideas for using artificial turf13. Terrace a sloping yard. Angus’ project here highlights another good method of increasing a tight backyard space. If you’ve got a severely sloping yard, consider terracing. Granted, terracing can be incredibly expensive, says Angus, because an extensive
extensive substructure must be created to support the terraces, but, as you can see, it provides more flat surface for activities. Landscaping ideas for a sloped site
Create terraced steps. Terraced steps leave a lighter footprint since they
On a sloped yard, use terraced steps
Terraced approach for cottage to lake
terraced steps to tame a slope. quite formal.
Terraced steps (min 4 ft.) and landing
Create terraced steps. Terraced steps leave a lighter footprint since they can follow the contour of the land. If they’re designed with a minimum width of 4 feet and landings between steps, the garden visitor is invited to stop and enjoy garden vignettes along the way. A staggered zigzag design, as shown
Where does one find the steel for this type of terracing?
grasses can be a good plant choice, as terraces can drain freely, but the selection is important; choose those that are happy to survive in existing conditions.
see grasses used as a terraced ground cover, but here they are used to soften the uncompromising Cor-Ten steel retaining walls. The height and color of the grasses are perfectly in harmony with the rust finish of the steel.Ornamental grasses can be a good plant choice, as terraces can drain freely, but
Looking straight east, we can see how the landscape between the road and the house is terraced to follow the slope. The native grasses are a nice contrast with the Corten steel edging, the pool that gets taller as it moves to the west, and the zinc-and-stucco-clad structures. Note how the angle of the
Portland Landscaping OverlookParadise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
flagstone patio, natural stone steps, natural stone walkway, private sitting area, retaining walls, terrace on hillside, landscaping sloped area, outdoor lighting.
Terraced Yard with a lot of stone work
Way too much rock for me. Lower wall too high and too much terracing.
perhaps use rocks already on property to build a terraced area
Nature's BeautySURROUNDS Landscape Architecture + Construction
Love the large rocks and terraced steps.
terraced landscaping idea
interesting steps/terrace
interesting for the terrace idea
terracing like this down back
Terraced front yard...Terraced lawn
Retaining WallsVersa-Lok Retaining Wall Systems
terraced garden by Versa-lok retaining wall systems
By dividing these terraced beds with wide steps and landings
veggie beds built in to terrace
By dividing these terraced beds with wide steps and landings, the problem of maintenance has been overcome. The random patterns created in both the stone walls and the paving are almost replicated in the tapestry planting within the raised beds. Different-size beds accommodate both large and small plants
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