11,149 winter ground covers Home Design Photos

Bruce Palmer Interior Design
4 Reviews
Waterfront Retreat
Thank you so much. In person? The interior photos are on my website www.brucepalmerllc.com under waterfront retreat. Ground floor with 3 above. More details email me at bruce@brucepalmerllc.com. I would love to help you with your project.
covered eating area on porch
Deck with partial covering
“Stair solution” — mlamb1
Loudoun Architecture & Design/Build Firm
Best of Houzz Award Winner
Our experienced team includes a licensed architect and an interior designer. As an award-winning general contractor, we provide a true design/build approach managing your project from start to finish.
Tongue & Groove
10 Reviews
What goes under the sand? How do you need to prepare the ground before putting the sand? Do we need to add a weed barrier of some sort? or just add a think layer of sand? Like 6"thick?
fire bowl furnishings and have done similar installations using steel landscape edging, gravel base covered with sand. Check out our work!
how is it maintained or protected in rainy season ?. cover it or something else?
“Again with the sand surrounding fire pit!” — kedrodamon
Pool Environments, Inc.
16 Reviews
Renovation-Arbor Park
Simple and well laid out. Covered fireplace Hot tub out of the way All easy access Waterfalls.
Coping and cover...in ground pool
“Jasmine likey” — linarosa
Huettl Landscape Architecture
8 Reviews
I like the texture of the planting mixed with the ground coverings. Modern, yet very siothibg
“pavers, grasses” — frannyfaull
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Fun and eclectic. Interesting...also like the wall covering
This space emphasizes strong shapes and tactile appeal, and pine cones (real or otherwise) make perfect sense. The console table needs an element to ground it and give it weight, and the scale of these cones establishes a visual tie with the mirror.
“Use of space” — Angela Delp
Richard Clayton Barrett
Krumlauff-Weidemann Woodland Garden
Walkway surrounded by rocks , ground cover , and than plants
Plants covering it all - no mulch.
“hydrangaes and hostas” — marykoncak
Structures Building Company
5 Reviews
I'On Village 1
ground cover
Blackburn Architects, PC
New River Bank Barn
about the current home is with a basement which makes the house look like it's sitting directly on the ground (without a foundation), it looks "short". The windows are short and I hate them. By covering the outside with siding and combining a double 63" picture window with the current front door; it's possible
“red metal barn that looks old” — jchadwick1
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