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Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
Private Paradise Portland Landscaping
This has the feel that I want for the terraced area and pond under the front trees.
this was along the idea for the east side yard. Hardscape
river feature beside the bamboo yard divider fence to provide quiet barrier
The slope of this is more gradual and might be a more suitable design if we don't want to haul in soil
Create a mini destination at the end of a path. Place a bench or chair at the end of a meandering path for an instant focal point in the front or side yard. Keep a cozy throw and a cushion on hand for chilly afternoons, and add a small side table if you like to bring along a warm beverage.
Laurie S Woods, ASID
Stream running into the pond with the little bridges
It's like a castle mansion. Again with the Tudor style. I'd like more flowering things in the yard, though.
Like the stone surround, and the stone outline of stream/pond. Cool.
pond retention idea...Great small pond...Front yard
Dallas, TX: Scott & Melissa
What did they want to achieve by doing that side to side canal on the table. Just design?
Such a clever design for a water feature!
Water trough for pond or table
its center to small ponds on either ends. In surrounding rooms, visitors also enjoy hearing the sound of falling water as it runs through the system. See the rest of this home
This could work in the front garden.... the pond is a clever idea, raised
through its center to small ponds on either ends. In surrounding rooms, visitors also enjoy hearing the sound of falling water as it runs through the system.
a concrete picnic table doubles as a water feature, with a pumped rill flowing through its center to small ponds on either ends
water pump in the table, drains into ponds on either side
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
Step Stone Pathway
is the tile color combo a custom mix or is this something you created? I have come back to this incredible design over and over again, never tiring of it. Everything about this is totally spot-on from the greenery to the hardscape choices. You are a genius.
Here's an example of mixing mulch, pavers & gravel in an outdoor design. It's a different project than your space, but we thought it might give you an idea about how you can mix these materials. Good luck!
wee deck idea for back yard
Good plan for our grass less yard
is softened by the restrictive plantings, and the lime green chair provides a great focal point. By looking back we can move forward in the way we design and use our smaller outdoor spaces.More:Garden Edging: Clean Lines for Your Landscape6 Great Tips from Urban Gardens
Saint Dizier Design
design and angle of walkway for front entrance to house
want to make a small pond like this
Yard pond with hardwood walkway
Nice oriental design
color of inside pond
arroyo yard...Court yard...Saint Dizier Design
Landscape d.o.o. Slovenia
Romantic country garden
Pond and landscaping for an acre or more.
wooden walkway across wet area beside pond
where does the lake stop and the yard begin? I bet this looks amazing from inside the house, like you are very close to the water.
Dock walk for mill pond?
Back-Yard Marsh Look
My back yard...swimming pond...wooden pond path
Landvision Designs, Inc.
Water Feature for North west corner of back yard??
Ralph. ( idea for pond )
Front yard waterfall
Landvision Designs, Inc.
Fish pond...Waterfall pond...Landvision Designs
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
need yard art - big bicycle
add an aquatic sculpture to a tub and make it into a pond/fountain
Capture a dragon instead. Bathing in the yard not your cup of tea? Then make way for a dragon, or any other creature sculpture, in a vintage tub to create a
Vintage bathtub - Bathing in the yard not your cup of tea? Then make way for a dragon, or any other creature
8. Capture a dragon instead. Bathing in the yard not your cup of tea? Then make way for a dragon, or any other creature sculpture, in a vintage tub to create a statement-making fountain.
9. Capture a dragon insteadBathing in the yard not your cup of tea? Then make way for a dragon, or any
because the rosemary, lavender, and olive tree landscaping is one of my absolute favorite combinations. More: 10 Ways to Add Water to Your Home's Design Houzz Tour: Indoor-Outdoor Harmony Over the Pacific Browse fountains finds in our Products section