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Contemporary Exterior
Ideabooks2,350
Questions2
Wow. Two stories. Great for trees.
garden, penstemons and sedums take center stage. In the higher mountain elevations, plants are tucked into the available soil, usually between rocks and trees, rather than being densely packed like in the more open prairie spaces. This landscape follows the same approach. The garden blends into the scenery
“Entrance and Tower - Corrogated Steel for tower roofing?” — thejspot
Grounds by Design - Fine Landscapes
Matt Giroux
Ideabooks3,226
Questions0
Wooden structures and deciduous trees are wonderful additions to the winter garden simply for the way the snow coats each branch, like a little vanilla frosting on each piece.
HEWNED TREE GARDEN STRUCTURE
“Arbor” — rileygail
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
Ideabooks4,666
Questions1
garden on roof -- nestled in trees
Feldman used natural gaps between trees to select locations for the cabins. The structures look like discoveries rather than impositions on the landscape.
“wood clad + green roof” — jseph20
HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
6 Reviews
Mason Residence
Ideabooks690
Questions1
In the next two photos (although the spaces are a bit modern and sparse for us), I like how green material is used on one item to bring the trees into the room and connect the outside with the inside.
on the sofa, the chairs and the tables let all of that natural light bounce all over that room. The green stone on the fireplace surround bring the trees right into this room. If you had one of these rooms with a view, what direction do you think you'd take with the decor? How would you honor the outside
“airy and light furniture” — Janelle Alcantara, Vice President & REALTOR®
Intexure Architects
6 Reviews
Intexure Live-Work Studio
Ideabooks1,710
Questions1
border around trees, concrete edge pathway filled with anything
pure studio, above the garage is pure living, while the upstairs above the studio has dual functions."The long facade faces south and east, so the trees are helpful in shading these spaces.
“the siding running horrizontal” — Laura Fisher
blazemakoidarchitecture
Fieldview
Ideabooks1,124
Questions1
Interesting way to highlight outside when we are going to see tree trunk.
pool. With the square opening in the wall, which aligns with a roof extension for shade, views of the horizon are strengthened. I also like how the tree trunk is visible in the opening.
“Backyard” — kconnies
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
My Houzz: A Mid-Century Marvel Revived in Long Beach
Ideabooks1,144
Questions3
the Kramers found this home, the backyard was an overgrown jungle of bushes and weeds. Clearing away the mess, they discovered an amazing large yucca tree that has been there for probably 60 years. It now serves as a centerpiece in the landscape. Lounge chairs, table: Alfresco Grey, Crate & Barrel
the Kramers found this home, the backyard was an overgrown jungle of bushes and weeds. Clearing away the mess, they discovered an amazing large yucca tree that has been there for probably 60 years. It now serves as a centerpiece in the landscape.Lounge chairs, table: Alfresco Grey, Crate & Barrel
“Stone color” — pato4711
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Tarrytown House
Ideabooks6,069
Questions5
If master bath towards back of room, like looking out on trees
You can introduce the outdoors through materials too. If you have trees in your view, consider finishing your space with natural wood.
“Wood in the tub” — fhiguera
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