Entry courtyardTraditional Landscape, Seattle
A old watering trough from the site was used as a water feature within the courtyard. Low maintenance plantings and traditional gravel pathways with paver edging flank the stone entry and are surrounded by low lath screen fences to formalize the space. This farmstead is located in the Northwest corner of Washington State. Photo by Ian Gleadle
What Houzz contributors are saying:
4. A piece of agricultural history. At this farmhouse in Washington’s Skagit Valley, the designers repurposed an old cow water trough from the site to become a pleasing garden feature. The trough is a casual element in a front yard that has a formal axial plan. See the rest of this home
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Turn a small yard into a blissful courtyard with stonework and waterscaping.