140,642 victorian garden Home Design Photos

HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
Kipp Residence
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ft. of gardens were designed. The English Gardens are characterized by regular, geometric planting patterns and pathways, with antique decorative accessories heightening their old-world feel. Special nooks and hideaways, coupled with the sound of cascading water in fountains, create a serene environment
makes the garden perfect for early evening strolls.
conservatory. Garden is a tremendous composition. Miss this experience a great deal!
Morris, Victorian designer, craftsman, poet and socialist writer, in his 1879 lecture, “Making the Best of It”
with the garden. For the first time in garden design history, Arts and Crafts integrated the house with the garden. Design features in the house were reflected in the garden and vice versa.The Arts and Crafts style, especially in the gardens of Gertrude Jekyll and Edwin Lutyens, who were at the forefront
“upside down table” — riet4me
Paul Moon Design
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Yarrow Garden
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g the garden where to get these round greenary trees around the fountain not to mention that my country is Oman near to dubai, hot weather
English Garden wouldn't last long in the desert...
pretty shape for garden off porch except birdbath in place of fountain
Great garden, but lots of work.
I like the balance in this garden.
love this look for sunny part of garden - add pond
es of Victorian garden design. Geometric bedding plant schemes, winding paths and exotic plants were replaced by an interest in nostalgic ideals from medieval times and a return to regionalism and craftmanship.This small formal area in a larger garden echoes the formal side of the movement's designs
from knot gardens and parterres used in medieval gardens. Well-placed ornaments, such as this two-tiered bowl fountain that complements rather than overshadows the room, were favorite embellishments.
“Boxwood” — brbenn23
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
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Drifts of naturalistic plantings
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open gardens, but to acheive the same naturalistic approach in small gardens requires skill. It is not a new idea, though, as both the leading Victorian gardeners, Gertrude Jekyll and William Robinson, used grasses to great effect in their innovative mixed plantings. Jekyll was very keen on using
to your garden, kids and adults, something to do. Outdoor musical instruments such as stone ocarinas or weatherproof drums, a tiny rakable Japanese garden, stacking stones, plants like Himalayan impatiens with seed pods that burst open at the touch. Create a bit of mystery with paths leading to unseen
open gardens, but to acheive the same naturalistic approach in small gardens requires skill. It is not a new idea, though, as both the leading Victorian gardeners, Gertrude Jekyll and William Robinson, used grasses to great effect in their innovative mixed plantings. Jekyll was very keen on using Miscanthus
“Carex sprengelii (low-mounding,grass-like plant in foreground), Allium 'Summer Beauty' (pale pink fl” — HomeLife Designs
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
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Colleen Brett
Wyncote home - exterior
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Paint Benjamin Moore, victorian Garden
Paint: Victorian Garden, Benjamin Moore
BM victorian garden
“Colors” — marciatobin
Landscape d.o.o. Slovenia
Flower garden stories
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with a garden that combines traditional and modern motifs was created. Images of old orchard, flowering meadows, sand petanque, majestic walnut trees and rosarium were recreated and preserved. Old apple trees were emphasized with circular sand carpets. Around the oldest one seven corner stones of the
metal l frames against a barn - mk garden?
into the garden. This rough-cut lawn brings the feeling of a pasture right up to the walls of the house, while seminaturalistic plantings meander under the trees beyond.
“Wildflowers” — sfilby
Sandy Foster
My Shabby Streamside Studio
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blog, garden, read, eat ice cream, nap."
Sandra Foster has magically transformed an old hunting cabin on her property into a dreamy Victorian retreat.
build a garden cottage!
Victorian garden house playhouse
pretty victorian summer kitchen
The Victorian look...Victorian dream...garden shed?...Garden guest cabin...Cool victorian
“dream home” — Aja Shipperley
My Romantic Home
romantic home
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This would be nice on a porch, in the yard under a tree or in the garden under a canopy.
Very Victorian, love the birdcage
for my Secret Garden
Victorian garden furniture
comfy garden...Garden corner...cozy in the garden!...romantic garden...garden room
“Love the watering can and the bird house on fence!!” — Mishelle O'Regan
Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape Design
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Perennial Planting
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contemporary garden. Penstemon, veronicastrum, foxglove, alliums, ornamental grasses weave together to create a taperstry of texture & colour.
protected gardens. It flowers & flowers over a long period especially if you systematically cut off spent flowerheads. Even when you do this it retains a natural soft look ; meaning one does not notice the deadheading if done sensitively. A great choice for a flower border & a huge range of colours. The
Straight walks bordered by abundant plantings are returning to garden design.
Perennial Planting Perennial planting in a contemporary garden. Penstemon, veronicastrum, foxglove, alliums, ornamental grasses
spotlight in garden design. Urban garden design in the last hundred years has been mainly about creating usable outdoor spaces, with plantings as an added decorative feature. William Robinson was a Victorian garden designer who first initiated a crusade against the use of stilted carpet bedding. He was also
“Big flower bushes” — adlebags
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