Japanese inspired woodland garden with a flagstone patio, stainless steel chaise by metal artist Freddy DeShon, fencing made of stone, metal, and recycled wood, a shed made of recycled materials, and various specimen plantings and ground covers. Photo by Jason Maris
This is my type of backyard (no grass!). - organizefish
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Photo of an asian water fountain landscape in Toronto.
gazebo design...light structure - marilynbell
Example of a large classic women's light wood floor and beige floor walk-in closet design in Boston with open cabinets and medium tone wood cabinets
Inspiration for an asian stone landscaping in San Francisco for fall.
love the path, lantern and tree - back? - gabiboo
This is an example of an asian landscaping in Los Angeles.
También crear un flujo de agua en el jardín - pablo_benassi
We needed a bridge to cross the dry creek bed, so I designed a version of a Japanese yatsuhashi, or zig zag, bridge. It is clad in concrete backer board. I wanted to simulate a granite mountain plateau with a boulder peak. The client purchased the concrete lantern which perfectly complements the entrance to this woodland garden.
Photo by Jay Sifford
Cool concepts, but no Asian lantern - klmlandscapedesign
Design ideas for an asian landscaping in Boston.
October 7, 2013bas1946 wrote: Could you please tell me what plant is on the left of the photo Like 1 Comment Shannon Rhoades Kelly I think it's some type of ground-cover bamboo (Pleioblastus sp. for example) - janine0428
This is an example of an asian backyard gravel landscaping in San Francisco.
Love this type of tree and how trimmed this is in this Japanese garden - ntnguyen699
Contemporary eclectic Japanese garden metal entrance gate by Freddy DeShon. The gate opens to low decking adjacent to a flagstone patio. The lower deck leads to bench seating surrounding a stone Koi pond, a Japanese inspired woodland garden and an upper wood deck that overlooks the garden.
photo by Jason Maris
Maybe a cool pattern in the middle? - db4um
Asian influences blended with native plantings helped create this garden, which we call Prairie-fusion. Water is the main focus of the garden, which falls and flows creating both visual and audial impact. Colorful koi dot the dark waters which reflect light and landscape. Choices in construction material were made to enhance a rustic look while touches of Japanese-inspired influences were appropriately placed to introduce an exotic feel. In keeping with the traditional Japanese gardens, raked rocks and boulders simulate islands in water. While inspired by the East, the garden is rooted firmly in the Midwestern landscape, surrounded and softened by plants native to woodlands and wetlands, including ferns, sedges, wild columbine, blue flag iris, horsetail rush, water lilies and native maples. A ramp leading up to the decking combined both reclaimed railroad ties and gravel, tying in the two solid ground influences in the garden. Live moss was used heavily on boulders and wood creating the illusion of a garden which has been tucked away, living and growing for a long time. Photo by Larry Carnes
alluring look of raked gravel - cndoublelows
This clean lines in this chic Nourison design emphasizes the minimalist furniture choices in this bright white space
Example of a trendy carpeted living room design in Boston
Design ideas for an asian landscaping in Los Angeles.
like the water feature used outside Japanese Tea Houses for purification before the tea ceremony. - jojo2017
This house was designed around a small courtyard.
Photos by Casey Woods
Design ideas for a mid-sized contemporary partial sun courtyard gravel landscaping in Austin.
I like this small, peaceful nook with a water feature – as a meditation spot. Would just want a more comfortable seating area! - webuser_7863063
Photo shows Japanese Tea House west side. The gravel path contains a Japanese dry river bed and an Inukshuk sculpture, metaphysically designed. The surrounding garden is the inner Roji garden and contains a Roji stepping stone path designed with a metaphysical pattern. pattern.
Photo credits:Dan Drobnick
Cozy woodland garden with pathway to a tea house - tahnkehmeier
Trendy courtyard patio vertical garden photo in San Francisco
Privacy screening using a selection of maples - beachshack1600
Contemporary eclectic Japanese inspired garden with stone retaining walls and low decking that leads to a stone Koi pond surrounded by specimen Japanese Maples, Alphonse Kerr Bamboo, ornamental grasses, and horsetail, eclectic containers, and bench built-ins.
photo by Jason Maris
The style - ana_maria_crivat
Japanese inspired woodland garden in the Cabbagetown neighborhood of Atlanta, Ga.
photo by Jason Maris
This is an example of an asian landscaping in Atlanta.
Like the low planting - kp2929
Small elegant men's light wood floor and beige floor reach-in closet photo in Boston with open cabinets and light wood cabinets
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This is an example of a midcentury modern shade landscaping in Other for fall.
Maybe the back SE corner or front area to the west of entry - kkarpowicz
lynnlandscapedesign.com - Yellow climbing rose on iron gazebo serves as focal point in rose and perennial garden.
photo: Donna Lynn
Over round Area, need to not block window though? Maybe too close to the house... - debra_bufton