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Bayside Zen Garden | Bayside, WIBayside Zen Garden | Bayside, WI
LandCrafters, IncLandCrafters, Inc
Behind the Tea House is a traditional Japanese raked garden. After much research we used bagged poultry grit in the raked garden. It had the perfect texture for raking. Gray granite cobbles and fashionettes were used for the border. A custom designed bamboo fence encloses the rear yard.
Contemporary Garden LeicesterContemporary Garden Leicester
Apt StudiosApt Studios
This was a brand new contemporary building on a grand street of houses requiring a garden that would complement the modern design but also meet the clients brief for a low maintenance garden. Brief – The garden needed to look stunning all year round as all main living rooms overlooked the space. The client required a large area for entertaining family and friends, with a large lawn to give space for a marquee for special occasions. Design – Due to the sloping site, this Formal garden was designed with several different levels to create various rooms for entertaining and relaxing. The design consists of three lawns and stunning porcelain paving and steps down to the house. Pleached trees line the large lawn area whilst stepped hedging frame the garden with a variety of hedge to give different shades of green in the summer. Hornbeam hedging was used to create contrast in the winter months with its golden leaves. A sunken area housing an outdoor kitchen and dining area, to include a tandoor oven, bbq, pizza oven and washing facilities will ultimately be covered with a green roof. A bespoke water feature cascading down one side of the garden. Rendered white washed walls tie in with the finish of the house and create drama. The focal point of the garden will ultimately be a large spherical sculpture with a rendered wall as the back drop.
AsburyAsbury
Natural Wonders LandscapingNatural Wonders Landscaping
Idee per un grande giardino minimal dietro casa con pavimentazioni in pietra naturale
Formal Garden DesignFormal Garden Design
www.KarlGercens.comwww.KarlGercens.com
Formal Garden Design
Esempio di un grande giardino formale classico dietro casa
Grace Design AssociatesGrace Design Associates
Margie Grace - Grace Design AssociatesMargie Grace - Grace Design Associates
"National Designer Show House at the Historic Greystone Estate in Beverly Hills" ** Our overaching theme was "It's definitely NOT your granddad's mansion anymore!"
Modern PeaceModern Peace
Koheid DesignKoheid Design
Idee per un giardino etnico di medie dimensioni
A contemporary Cotswold gardenA contemporary Cotswold garden
Joanne Alderson DesignJoanne Alderson Design
Tudor house & contemporary extension seen through this wild flower meadow with camassia
Esempio di un grande giardino design esposto in pieno sole nel cortile laterale in estate con pavimentazioni in pietra naturale
Whalen HouseWhalen House
Mark A Silva, ArchitectMark A Silva, Architect
James Brady Photography
Idee per un giardino contemporaneo nel cortile laterale
Tuscan Villa LandscapeTuscan Villa Landscape
Stephen E. Meehan, Landscape ArchitectStephen E. Meehan, Landscape Architect
Planted slope along informal winding stone steps
Immagine di un grande giardino mediterraneo in ombra in estate con un ingresso o sentiero, un pendio, una collina o una riva e pavimentazioni in pietra naturale
Updating a Tudor home in HillsboroughUpdating a Tudor home in Hillsborough
Gardenart GroupGardenart Group
The spa was a new addition to the old pool, which needed to be entirely re-shaped in order to fit a retractable pool cover. All of the plantings are new as well. photos-Chris Jacobson, GardenArt Group
Bluestone NapervilleBluestone Naperville
KD LandscapeKD Landscape
Outdoor kitchen, lattice screen and more serenity.
Ispirazione per un giardino classico in ombra dietro casa in estate con un ingresso o sentiero e pavimentazioni in pietra naturale
Albury StreetAlbury Street
Craig Reynolds Landscape ArchitectureCraig Reynolds Landscape Architecture
Tamara Alvarez
Esempio di un giardino formale stile marinaro esposto in pieno sole di medie dimensioni e dietro casa con pavimentazioni in pietra naturale
A Traditional Landscape Loses the Lawn & Overgrown Shrubs To Low-Water PlantsA Traditional Landscape Loses the Lawn & Overgrown Shrubs To Low-Water Plants
Dig Your Garden Landscape DesignDig Your Garden Landscape Design
A medley of colorful succulents, and low-water grasses and flowering plants surround the fountain providing colors and textures throughout the seasons . The removal of the dense and overgrown shrubs and trees provided more outdoor space for dining and entertaining, less maintenance. And now with site-appropriate plants and no lawn, a lower water bill for the homewoners. The low-water plants include a variety of succulents such as Sedum rupestre 'Angelina' with chartreuse green foliage, Echeveria 'Lipstick', and other succulents along with Lomandra 'seascape' (a grass-like plant), Echinacea, and Salvia. This combination offers year-round appeal and interest throughout the seasons. Photos and Design © Eileen Kelly, Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
West University LandscapingWest University Landscaping
Exterior Worlds Landscaping & DesignExterior Worlds Landscaping & Design
It started with vision. Then arrived fresh sight, seeing what was absent, seeing what was possible. Followed quickly by desire and creativity and know-how and communication and collaboration. When the Ramsowers first called Exterior Worlds, all they had in mind was an outdoor fountain. About working with the Ramsowers, Jeff Halper, owner of Exterior Worlds says, “The Ramsowers had great vision. While they didn’t know exactly what they wanted, they did push us to create something special for them. I get inspired by my clients who are engaged and focused on design like they were. When you get that kind of inspiration and dialogue, you end up with a project like this one.” For Exterior Worlds, our design process addressed two main features of the original space—the blank surface of the yard surrounded by looming architecture and plain fencing. With the yard, we dug out the center of it to create a one-foot drop in elevation in which to build a sunken pool. At one end, we installed a spa, lining it with a contrasting darker blue glass tile. Pedestals topped with urns anchor the pool and provide a place for spot color. Jets of water emerge from these pedestals. This moving water becomes a shield to block out urban noises and makes the scene lively. (And the children think it’s great fun to play in them.) On the side of the pool, another fountain, an illuminated basin built of limestone, brick and stainless steel, feeds the pool through three slots. The pool is counterbalanced by a large plot of grass. What is inventive about this grassy area is its sub-structure. Before putting down the grass, we installed a French drain using grid pavers that pulls water away, an action that keeps the soil from compacting and the grass from suffocating. The entire sunken area is finished off with a border of ground cover that transitions the eye to the limestone walkway and the retaining wall, where we used the same reclaimed bricks found in architectural features of the house. In the outer border along the fence line, we planted small trees that give the space scale and also hide some unsightly utility infrastructure. Boxwood and limestone gravel were embroidered into a parterre design to underscore the formal shape of the pool. Additionally, we planted a rose garden around the illuminated basin and a color garden for seasonal color at the far end of the yard across from the covered terrace. To address the issue of the house’s prominence, we added a pergola to the main wing of the house. The pergola is made of solid aluminum, chosen for its durability, and painted black. The Ramsowers had used reclaimed ornamental iron around their front yard and so we replicated its pattern in the pergola’s design. “In making this design choice and also by using the reclaimed brick in the pool area, we wanted to honor the architecture of the house,” says Halper. We continued the ornamental pattern by building an aluminum arbor and pool security fence along the covered terrace. The arbor’s supports gently curve out and away from the house. It, plus the pergola, extends the structural aspect of the house into the landscape. At the same time, it softens the hard edges of the house and unifies it with the yard. The softening effect is further enhanced by the wisteria vine that will eventually cover both the arbor and the pergola. From a practical standpoint, the pergola and arbor provide shade, especially when the vine becomes mature, a definite plus for the west-facing main house. This newly-created space is an updated vision for a traditional garden that combines classic lines with the modern sensibility of innovative materials. The family is able to sit in the house or on the covered terrace and look out over the landscaping. To enjoy its pleasing form and practical function. To appreciate its cool, soothing palette, the blues of the water flowing into the greens of the garden with a judicious use of color. And accept its invitation to step out, step down, jump in, enjoy.
Stone West Country EstateStone West Country Estate
Gravel To Gold, Inc.Gravel To Gold, Inc.
A grand and inviting custom stone masonry bench is a focal point in the orchard.
Immagine di un ampio giardino esposto in pieno sole nel cortile laterale in estate con pavimentazioni in pietra naturale
Outdoor living area set in a vineyard with a fire pit,arbor & landscape lightingOutdoor living area set in a vineyard with a fire pit,arbor & landscape lighting
Alder Group, Pool and Landscape Co.Alder Group, Pool and Landscape Co.
This backyard landscape oasis has a real Napa feel to it, set in their private vineyard. Landscape stairs winding down to a pergola acccented by outdoor lighting. Landscape architect in San Ramon, Ca Landscape design in San Ramon, Ca Landscape contractor in San Ramon, Ca Swimming pool contractor in San Ramon, Ca • Fire pit • Seat walls • Pergola • Landscape path to a seating area • Vineyard • Pleasing combination of plant material * Outdoor Lighting
Classical Aerie PointClassical Aerie Point
Wagner HodgsonWagner Hodgson
Westphalen Photography
Esempio di un grande giardino chic esposto a mezz'ombra con un pendio, una collina o una riva e pavimentazioni in pietra naturale
Woodview PlaceWoodview Place
Bergez & Associates Design StudioBergez & Associates Design Studio
Timber steps with gravel. Repurposed steel chains for rain chains. Low maintenance and drought tolerant plants used. Ipe was used for the facing of walls. Custom door and windows made of ipe and corten steel.
Southampton Beach ResidenceSouthampton Beach Residence
Araiys Design  L.A., P.C.Araiys Design L.A., P.C.
Idee per un grande vialetto d'ingresso tradizionale esposto a mezz'ombra davanti casa con ghiaia e un ingresso o sentiero
Residential PhotosResidential Photos
Landscape Design & Associates LLCLandscape Design & Associates LLC
A family getaway at the back of the yard is laced with paths for tranquil walks and viewing of the owner's miniature railroad. Photo by Landscape Design & Associates.

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