Houzz bruger cookies og lignende teknologier til at tilpasse min oplevelse, give mig relevant indhold og forbedre Houzz-produkter og -tjenester. Ved at klikke på 'Accepter' accepterer jeg dette, som beskrevet yderligere i Houzz-cookiepolitikken. Jeg kan afvise ikke-essentielle cookies ved at klikke på 'Administrer præferencer'.
Sorter efter:Populær i dag
Little Miracles Designs
South Park Slope Brooklyn Family Circle
Modern update to a typical South Park Slope row house with Synthtic lawn, Cedar horizontal fence, Bluestone patio, curved Corten planter with perennials and new metal deck with stairs in Ipe wood.
K & D LANDSCAPING
Pictures can't do this project justice! The K&D Residential Team really enjoyed creating this outdoor experience, complete with the following scope of work: concrete retaining wall, horizontal wood fence, cable railing, composite decking, floating composite bench with concrete backrest, concrete stepping stones, curbs & pads, firepit, low voltage lighting, Techo Paver patio & driveway, planting, drip irrigation, artificial turf, drainage and a custom gate made of metal, wood & composite!
Cottage Gardener, LTD
A Garden for Every Season
This project was designed and installed by Cottage Gardener, LTD. These photos highlight our effort to create seasonal interest throughout the entire year.
Amy Malter Landscape Design
Backyard Dry River Bed
This dry river bed not only add interest to the back yard, it helps retain the grade. Lots of four season planting interest make this fun to look at form the window any time of the year.
Great Design plant - September 2012
Panicum virgatum 'Shenandoah' with a dwarf form of Sedum 'Autumn joy' in the foreground. Photo by Le jardinet
Oak Street Planting
The classic grasses and perennials look that the Dutch designer Piet Oudolf pioneered. This planting has a surprisingly long season of interest, and actually pretty low-maintenance.
J. Gieo Pensoneault, MLA
Echinacea x white swan
Echinacea is one of the perennials that does so well in our high desert environment.
Field Outdoor Spaces
Uptown Outdoor Dining Nook and Kayak/Bike Shed
Bike and kayak open storage shed with corrugated metal roof.
SCJ Studio Landscape Architecture
Seattle Cozy Patio
In Seattle's Fremont neighborhood SCJ Studio designed a new landscape to surround and set off a contemporary home by Coates Design Architects. The narrow spaces around the tall home needed structure and organization, and a thoughtful approach to layout and space programming. A concrete patio was installed with a Paloform Bento gas fire feature surrounded by lush, northwest planting. A horizontal board cedar fence provides privacy from the street and creates the cozy feeling of an outdoor room among the trees. LED low-voltage lighting by Kichler Lighting adds night-time warmth . Photography by: Miranda Estes Photography