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Whitney Lyons
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Example of an eclectic bedroom design in Portland
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Porch
Hull Historical
Inspiration for a modern porch remodel in Dallas
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Eclectic Patio
Patio - eclectic patio idea in San Francisco
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Personal Residence
Personal Residence
Luxury Homes in Orlando & Windermere
Our home is the recipient of many awards and has made innumerable appearances in print, on the web and on television; it was most recently featured on the premier episode of Spectacular Homes which showcased the best homes in America and was the subject of the main article in the Feb 2009 issue of Orlando Design. In 2004 Coo Coo Ka Choo swept the Orlando Home of the Year awards conceived by the Orlando Leisure editors to recognize excellence in residential design, building, and architecture and was the winner for the Living Area of the Year, Master Bedroom of the Year, Master Bathroom of the Year and Kitchen of the Year. Most locals recognize the house by name and the tremendous level of excitement and publicity that the home has generated will make any owner feel like local celebrity. It is impossible to imagine the Street of Dreams most famous award winning home, “Coo Coo Ka Choo” without it’s swimming pool. Without the pool there would be no reason for the floor-to-ceiling window walls that disappear into pockets, leaving half the house wide open to the lanai. And without the pool, there would be no reason for the C-shaped floor plan, which gives nearly every ground floor room a pool view. The view dropped the jaws of Street of Dreams visitors in 2003, when they stepped into Coo Coo Ka Choo’s foyer. With the house’s glass walls open, they were never more than a few steps away from the pool deck and view of a soft wall of water flowing from the top of it’s Asian inspired pergola. The effect had enough “wow” power to earn Coo Coo Ka Choo the “Best Interior Design” award by the voting visitors. “We wanted something really funky and really modern with a tad of Asian influence”, sort of the feel of a Hawaiin resort, says pool designer Scott Redmon, a landscape architect of Redmon Design Co. of Maitland. Redmon created niches in the privacy wall to break up the large expanse of masonry and installed a wooden trellis or pergola at one end of the pool. The trellis is also a waterfall, with water rolling off in a rain curtain. Colorful glazed pots fill the wall niches, and ceramic orbs line the top of the pergola, a nod to the many colorful geometric shapes in the home’s interior. The pool is basically a rectangle with “jogs and curls,” says Redmon. One curl is the integrated half-circle spa, where swimmers can enjoy the pergola rain curtain or pivot around to enjoy the outdoor fireplace and plasma monitor. Travertine decking wraps the edge and top 8 inches of the gunite pool, for a clean, crisp look. Level with the water, the travertine-topped wall that forms the spa also serves as an aquatic bar that is complete with underwater stools. At the far end of the pool, stepping pads lead across the water to a small lounging area. Looking at the lanai and pool, one feels transported to a private oasis. Specially engineered glass pocket doors between the lanai and living area disappear into the walls, providing uninterrupted views of the pool from all of the main living areas. Saturnia marble flooring underscores the seamless transition between the lanai and the interior. “We wanted you to feel as if you’d just entered a five-star resort,” Green says. To energize the lanai, interior designers (Dan Miner & Ron Nowfel) placed sleek outdoor furniture in tangerine, lemon and electric blue hues. “They complement the modern aesthetic ideally,” Dan Miner says.
Entertaining Space
Entertaining Space
Susan Cohan Gardens
Custom trellis stained Benjamin Moore Yorktowne Green HC-133 are supports for espaliered apple trees and a backdrop for a small deer resistant perennial bed.
Modern Cottage Residence
Modern Cottage Residence
Goessling Design
Design ideas for a farmhouse backyard stone landscaping in St Louis.
Theodore+William: Liberty, Ohio
Theodore+William: Liberty, Ohio
Adrienne DeRosa
Adrienne DeRosa © Houzz 2012
This is an example of a landscaping in Other.
60th Pl. Burr Ridge, IL
60th Pl. Burr Ridge, IL
Rolling Landscapes Inc.
An elegant wooden screen supplies just enough enclosure around this wonderful outdoor seating area featuring a custom built in gas fire pit. Like us on Houzz and see more of our work at www.rollinglandscapes.com. Photo by: Linda Oyama Bryan
Classic Estate Garden
Classic Estate Garden
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
Exterior Worlds was contracted by the Bretches family of West Memorial to assist in a renovation project that was already underway. The family had decided to add on to their house and to have an outdoor kitchen constructed on the property. To enhance these new constructions, the family asked our firm to develop a formal landscaping design that included formal gardens, new vantage points, and a renovated pool that worked to center and unify the aesthetic of the entire back yard. The ultimate goal of the project was to create a clear line of site from every vantage point of the yard. By removing trees in certain places, we were able to create multiple zones of interest that visually complimented each other from a variety of positions. These positions were first mapped out in the landscape master plan, and then connected by a granite gravel walkway that we constructed. Beginning at the entrance to the master bedroom, the walkway stretched along the perimeter of the yard and connected to the outdoor kitchen. Another major keynote of this formal landscaping design plan was the construction of two formal parterre gardens in each of the far corners of the yard. The gardens were identical in size and constitution. Each one was decorated by a row of three limestone urns used as planters for seasonal flowers. The vertical impact of the urns added a Classical touch to the parterre gardens that created a sense of stately appeal counter punctual to the architecture of the house. In order to allow visitors to enjoy this Classic appeal from a variety of focal points, we then added trail benches at key locations along the walkway. Some benches were installed immediately to one side of each garden. Others were placed at strategically chosen intervals along the path that would allow guests to sit down and enjoy a view of the pool, the house, and at least one of the gardens from their particular vantage point. To centralize the aesthetic formality of the formal landscaping design, we also renovated the existing swimming pool. We replaced the old tile and enhanced the coping and water jets that poured into its interior. This allowed the swimming pool to function as a more active landscaping element that better complimented the remodeled look of the home and the new formal gardens. The redesigned path, with benches, tables, and chairs positioned at key points along its thoroughfare, helped reinforced the pool’s role as an aesthetic focal point of formal design that connected the entirety of the property into a more unified presentation of formal curb appeal. To complete our formal landscaping design, we added accents to our various keynotes. Japanese yew hedges were planted behind the gardens for added dimension and appeal. We also placed modern sculptures in strategic points that would aesthetically balance the classic tone of the garden with the newly renovated architecture of the home and the pool. Zoysia grass was added to the edges of the gardens and pathways to soften the hard lines of the parterre gardens and walkway.
Twin Pond Entertainer
Twin Pond Entertainer
Colin Smith Architecture Inc.
Design ideas for a traditional full sun landscaping in Boston.
Exteriorscapes
Exteriorscapes
CSDesign llc
Inspiration for a contemporary deck remodel in Seattle
Espaliered Apple on White Clapboard
Espaliered Apple on White Clapboard
Craig Bergmann Landscape Design
A vineyard in Southwest Michigan marries contemporary elements with native landscaping. Craig Bergmann Landscape Design created a landscape suited for the traditional farmhouse architecture and stunning countryside. A formal garden room for growing herbs and cut flowers is surrounded by espaliered fruit trees and an open cedar lattice fence. A scree garden accents the pool and reduces overall maintenance for the property. Mass plantings of native grasses add dramatic, bold statements. Photography by Linda Oyama Bryan
Wood fence
Wood fence
David Edrington, Architect
Wooden trellis fence.
Photo of a traditional landscaping in Other.
Classic Estate Garden
Classic Estate Garden
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
Exterior Worlds was contracted by the Bretches family of West Memorial to assist in a renovation project that was already underway. The family had decided to add on to their house and to have an outdoor kitchen constructed on the property. To enhance these new constructions, the family asked our firm to develop a formal landscaping design that included formal gardens, new vantage points, and a renovated pool that worked to center and unify the aesthetic of the entire back yard. The ultimate goal of the project was to create a clear line of site from every vantage point of the yard. By removing trees in certain places, we were able to create multiple zones of interest that visually complimented each other from a variety of positions. These positions were first mapped out in the landscape master plan, and then connected by a granite gravel walkway that we constructed. Beginning at the entrance to the master bedroom, the walkway stretched along the perimeter of the yard and connected to the outdoor kitchen. Another major keynote of this formal landscaping design plan was the construction of two formal parterre gardens in each of the far corners of the yard. The gardens were identical in size and constitution. Each one was decorated by a row of three limestone urns used as planters for seasonal flowers. The vertical impact of the urns added a Classical touch to the parterre gardens that created a sense of stately appeal counter punctual to the architecture of the house. In order to allow visitors to enjoy this Classic appeal from a variety of focal points, we then added trail benches at key locations along the walkway. Some benches were installed immediately to one side of each garden. Others were placed at strategically chosen intervals along the path that would allow guests to sit down and enjoy a view of the pool, the house, and at least one of the gardens from their particular vantage point. To centralize the aesthetic formality of the formal landscaping design, we also renovated the existing swimming pool. We replaced the old tile and enhanced the coping and water jets that poured into its interior. This allowed the swimming pool to function as a more active landscaping element that better complimented the remodeled look of the home and the new formal gardens. The redesigned path, with benches, tables, and chairs positioned at key points along its thoroughfare, helped reinforced the pool’s role as an aesthetic focal point of formal design that connected the entirety of the property into a more unified presentation of formal curb appeal. To complete our formal landscaping design, we added accents to our various keynotes. Japanese yew hedges were planted behind the gardens for added dimension and appeal. We also placed modern sculptures in strategic points that would aesthetically balance the classic tone of the garden with the newly renovated architecture of the home and the pool. Zoysia grass was added to the edges of the gardens and pathways to soften the hard lines of the parterre gardens and walkway.
Marina Residence in San Francisco
Marina Residence in San Francisco
Sutton Suzuki Architects
Design ideas for a mediterranean water fountain landscape in San Francisco.
Goodman Landscape Design
Goodman Landscape Design
Goodman Landscape Design
GLD
Photo of an eclectic backyard stone landscaping in San Francisco.
"Outdoor Living- Redefined"
"Outdoor Living- Redefined"
Ryan Hughes Design/Build
Ultimate Outdoor Living Space: Transitional design blending old world finishes with new age lines and features. Including geometric pool with infinity spa, sunshelf, swimjet, LED lighting, interior finish with French Grey Glass Beadcrete and Abalone. Custom wood trellis with cast stone columns, stunning LED accent lighting. Linear see- through fireplace with LED lighted Onyx panels. Onyx serving bar with LED backlighting, Perlick refridgerator, Fire Magic ice maker and Rohl faucet built into wall. Large Outdoor Kitchen with custom wooden trellis over head. Corradi remote control retractable awnings, Alfreso pizza oven.
gravel courtyard
gravel courtyard
Huettl Landscape Architecture
Photo of an asian front yard landscaping in San Francisco.
Classic Estate Garden
Classic Estate Garden
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
Exterior Worlds was contracted by the Bretches family of West Memorial to assist in a renovation project that was already underway. The family had decided to add on to their house and to have an outdoor kitchen constructed on the property. To enhance these new constructions, the family asked our firm to develop a formal landscaping design that included formal gardens, new vantage points, and a renovated pool that worked to center and unify the aesthetic of the entire back yard. The ultimate goal of the project was to create a clear line of site from every vantage point of the yard. By removing trees in certain places, we were able to create multiple zones of interest that visually complimented each other from a variety of positions. These positions were first mapped out in the landscape master plan, and then connected by a granite gravel walkway that we constructed. Beginning at the entrance to the master bedroom, the walkway stretched along the perimeter of the yard and connected to the outdoor kitchen. Another major keynote of this formal landscaping design plan was the construction of two formal parterre gardens in each of the far corners of the yard. The gardens were identical in size and constitution. Each one was decorated by a row of three limestone urns used as planters for seasonal flowers. The vertical impact of the urns added a Classical touch to the parterre gardens that created a sense of stately appeal counter punctual to the architecture of the house. In order to allow visitors to enjoy this Classic appeal from a variety of focal points, we then added trail benches at key locations along the walkway. Some benches were installed immediately to one side of each garden. Others were placed at strategically chosen intervals along the path that would allow guests to sit down and enjoy a view of the pool, the house, and at least one of the gardens from their particular vantage point. To centralize the aesthetic formality of the formal landscaping design, we also renovated the existing swimming pool. We replaced the old tile and enhanced the coping and water jets that poured into its interior. This allowed the swimming pool to function as a more active landscaping element that better complimented the remodeled look of the home and the new formal gardens. The redesigned path, with benches, tables, and chairs positioned at key points along its thoroughfare, helped reinforced the pool’s role as an aesthetic focal point of formal design that connected the entirety of the property into a more unified presentation of formal curb appeal. To complete our formal landscaping design, we added accents to our various keynotes. Japanese yew hedges were planted behind the gardens for added dimension and appeal. We also placed modern sculptures in strategic points that would aesthetically balance the classic tone of the garden with the newly renovated architecture of the home and the pool. Zoysia grass was added to the edges of the gardens and pathways to soften the hard lines of the parterre gardens and walkway.
Whole house renovation - Chapel Hill NC
Whole house renovation - Chapel Hill NC
Steven Paul Whitsitt Photography
©StevenPaulWhitsitt_Photography New deck - built to face into back garden with direct access to newly redesigned main floor living areas. Design & Construction by Cederberg Kitchens and Additions http://www.cederbergkitchens.com/
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