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Wolfsmith Residence
Wolfsmith Residence
Harmony Design Northwest
We added year round interest to this charming Craftsman bungalow by designing a bermed landscape filled with four season interest. The curved stone walkway presents an inviting entry from the street to the home. Photo by Lisa Meddin.
Palo Alto Historic Home
Palo Alto Historic Home
Boxleaf Design, Inc.
Situated in old Palo Alto, CA, this historic 1905 Craftsman style home now has a stunning landscape to match its custom hand-crafted interior. Our firm had a blank slate with the landscape, and carved out a number of spaces that this young and vibrant family could use for gathering, entertaining, dining, gardening and general relaxation. Mature screen planting, colorful perennials, citrus trees, ornamental grasses, and lots of depth and texture are found throughout the many planting beds. In effort to conserve water, the main open spaces were covered with a foot friendly, decorative gravel. Giving the family a great space for large gatherings, all while saving water.
Laurelhurst Modern Garden
Laurelhurst Modern Garden
Northwest Native Landscapes LLC
Dramatic plant textures, modern hardscaping and sharp angles enhanced this mid-century modern bungalow. Soft plants were chosen to contrast with the sharp angles of the pathways and hard edges of the MCM home, while providing all-season interest. Horizontal privacy screens wrap the front porch and create intimate garden spaces – some visible only from the street and some visible only from inside the home. The front yard is relatively small in size, but full of colorful texture.
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San Anselmo Hillside
San Anselmo Hillside
Pedersen Associates
Barbara Ries
Inspiration for a traditional partial sun stone garden path in San Francisco.
Historic Renovation
Historic Renovation
Blue Ridge, Inc.
This beautiful home was recently renovated, inside and out. Care was taken to design appropriately for the period of the home, but also the architecture.
Transitional Bungalow
Transitional Bungalow
Orange Home Design + Renovation
View to back yard, with custom built patio shaded by large oak, home to multiple staghorn ferns. custom patio, horizontal fence, impact windows, mid-century furniture, new electrical, new plumbing, open floor plan, outdoor lighting, porcelain tile floor, recessed lighting, shaker style, small house, tile roof, transitional style, tropical landscaping, window shades, wood floor
Major Renovation for a Craftsman-style Forest Park Bungalow
Major Renovation for a Craftsman-style Forest Park Bungalow
Golightly Landscape Architecture
This Craftsman-style bungalow in the heart of Birmingham's historic Forest Park neighborhood got a big-time makeover by Golightly Landscape Architecture. John Wilson, principle of GLA, describes this project as "a treat," saying the homeowners gave him ample opportunities to return the landscape to its historic roots. The plan's diagonal layout relieves the planting beds of a sometimes stale symmetrical aesthetic. Using native Alabama bluestone, John created a new walk that meanders throughout the property—replacing the old concrete path. The new walk gives way to an existing beautiful chert retaining wall and pier at the corner of the property. Meanwhile, lawn and concrete give way to an ever-changing tapestry, woven together with perennials and ornamental grasses that "pop" against the stone walk's subtle blue and gray hues. A spacious terrace complete with Craftsman detailing now stands at the back of the home where a dilapidated wood deck once sat. Native moss rock stone paths—accented by boldly romantic drifts of asters, geraniums, carex, and eupatorium and punctuated with trees and flowering shrubs—connect the wood terrace to the rest of the garden, detached garage, and alleyway.
Pedersen Associates-Residential-San Rafael, CA
Pedersen Associates-Residential-San Rafael, CA
Pedersen Associates
Design ideas for a traditional landscaping in San Francisco.
Tarrytown Bungalow
Tarrytown Bungalow
Botanical Concerns LLC
Extensive plant bed follows the fence/property line. The glider invites the homeowner to come out into the yard and enjoy being outside. This is a new home on an established lot so we blended both old and new plant material.
Our Home Renovation
Our Home Renovation
Mary Ann Teixeira, REALTOR
Dennis Mayer Rear Deck with Pergola
This is an example of a mid-sized mediterranean full sun backyard landscaping in San Francisco with decking.
Mar Vista
Mar Vista
Maienza - Wilson Architecture + Interiors
This is an example of a modern landscaping in Los Angeles.
Transitional Bungalow
Transitional Bungalow
Orange Home Design + Renovation
View from back yard of stairs to living room French doors, stairs to kitchen French doors on left, and custom built patio.
This is an example of a mid-sized transitional partial sun backyard landscaping in Miami with decking.
Contemporary Home Overlooking the Potomac River
Contemporary Home Overlooking the Potomac River
O'Grady's Landscape
When we met with the owners of this home, they presented us with a book illustrating the work of Greene and Greene (architectural predecessors to Frank Lloyd Wright.) They told us that they wanted the work in that book to be the inspiration for their landscape. Excited about this new creative opportunity, we brought the book back to the office and pored over it. The Greene and Greene philosophy is captured in this quote: “The Style of the house should be as far as possible determined by four conditions: First, Climate; Second, Environment; Third, Kinds of materials available; Fourth, Habits and tastes—i.e., life of the owner” (C. S. Greene). We built the landscape with those elements in mind. The patios are proportional to the house and suitable for their intended use. We used an eclectic blend of reclaimed materials to create the elegantly simple outdoor living spaces that surround this home. When we installed the plant material, we re-used and transplanted as much of the existing plant material as possible. All the mature trees were left untouched. For new plants, we chose from native cultivars that would transition smoothly to the wooded space surrounding the home. The house sits on a hillside overlooking the Potomac River. Greene and Greene referred to such homes as ultimate bungalows. O'Grady's Landscape
Wolfsmith Residence
Wolfsmith Residence
Harmony Design Northwest
We added year round interest to this charming Craftsman bungalow by designing a bermed landscape filled with four season interest. The curved stone walkway presents an inviting entry from the street to the home. Photo by Lisa Meddin.
Contemporary Home Overlooking the Potomac River
Contemporary Home Overlooking the Potomac River
O'Grady's Landscape
When we met with the owners of this home, they presented us with a book illustrating the work of Greene and Greene (architectural predecessors to Frank Lloyd Wright.) They told us that they wanted the work in that book to be the inspiration for their landscape. Excited about this new creative opportunity, we brought the book back to the office and pored over it. The Greene and Greene philosophy is captured in this quote: “The Style of the house should be as far as possible determined by four conditions: First, Climate; Second, Environment; Third, Kinds of materials available; Fourth, Habits and tastes—i.e., life of the owner” (C. S. Greene). We built the landscape with those elements in mind. The patios are proportional to the house and suitable for their intended use. We used an eclectic blend of reclaimed materials to create the elegantly simple outdoor living spaces that surround this home. When we installed the plant material, we re-used and transplanted as much of the existing plant material as possible. All the mature trees were left untouched. For new plants, we chose from native cultivars that would transition smoothly to the wooded space surrounding the home. The house sits on a hillside overlooking the Potomac River. Greene and Greene referred to such homes as ultimate bungalows. O'Grady's Landscape
Spanish Bungalow
Spanish Bungalow
Lisa Gimmy Landscape Architecture
Design ideas for a small mediterranean full sun backyard stone landscaping in Los Angeles.
Transitional Bungalow
Transitional Bungalow
Orange Home Design + Renovation
Street view of driveway, entry and side yard. custom patio, gravel driveway, horizontal fence, impact windows, mid-century furniture, new electrical, new plumbing, open floor plan, outdoor lighting, porcelain tile floor, recessed lighting, shaker style, small house, tile roof, transitional style, tropical landscaping, window shades, wood floor
Zen, koi, floating steps, beach plantings, bungalow
Zen, koi, floating steps, beach plantings, bungalow
The Design Build Company
Brian Sipe architectural design and Rob Hill - Hill's landscapes and Don edge general contractor. koi pond in front yard with floating steppers, bluestone and beach plantings
Contemporary Home Overlooking the Potomac River
Contemporary Home Overlooking the Potomac River
O'Grady's Landscape
When we met with the owners of this home, they presented us with a book illustrating the work of Greene and Greene (architectural predecessors to Frank Lloyd Wright.) They told us that they wanted the work in that book to be the inspiration for their landscape. Excited about this new creative opportunity, we brought the book back to the office and pored over it. The Greene and Greene philosophy is captured in this quote: “The Style of the house should be as far as possible determined by four conditions: First, Climate; Second, Environment; Third, Kinds of materials available; Fourth, Habits and tastes—i.e., life of the owner” (C. S. Greene). We built the landscape with those elements in mind. The patios are proportional to the house and suitable for their intended use. We used an eclectic blend of reclaimed materials to create the elegantly simple outdoor living spaces that surround this home. When we installed the plant material, we re-used and transplanted as much of the existing plant material as possible. All the mature trees were left untouched. For new plants, we chose from native cultivars that would transition smoothly to the wooded space surrounding the home. The house sits on a hillside overlooking the Potomac River. Greene and Greene referred to such homes as ultimate bungalows. O'Grady's Landscape
Contemporary Home Overlooking the Potomac River
Contemporary Home Overlooking the Potomac River
O'Grady's Landscape
When we met with the owners of this home, they presented us with a book illustrating the work of Greene and Greene (architectural predecessors to Frank Lloyd Wright.) They told us that they wanted the work in that book to be the inspiration for their landscape. Excited about this new creative opportunity, we brought the book back to the office and pored over it. The Greene and Greene philosophy is captured in this quote: “The Style of the house should be as far as possible determined by four conditions: First, Climate; Second, Environment; Third, Kinds of materials available; Fourth, Habits and tastes—i.e., life of the owner” (C. S. Greene). We built the landscape with those elements in mind. The patios are proportional to the house and suitable for their intended use. We used an eclectic blend of reclaimed materials to create the elegantly simple outdoor living spaces that surround this home. When we installed the plant material, we re-used and transplanted as much of the existing plant material as possible. All the mature trees were left untouched. For new plants, we chose from native cultivars that would transition smoothly to the wooded space surrounding the home. The house sits on a hillside overlooking the Potomac River. Greene and Greene referred to such homes as ultimate bungalows. O'Grady's Landscape
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