A stretch of green lawn anchors this tropical backyard and is surrounded by foliage plants and trees.
A spacious backyard terrace merges gracefully with the large lawn and rock outcroppings. Trees and a pergola provide ample shade.
The backyard is generous with lawns, patios and this lovely pool. There's even a hot tub tucked into one end.
To complement this backyard's rambling mood, the lawn meets the patio with soft, wavy curves, keeping the outdoor spaces flowing gracefully into one another.
Gently sloping lawns helped establish drainage in this large yard while also complimenting the raised garden beds.
This backyard originally contained an arbor, so during the yard makeover, landscape designers incorporated it into the plan, using it as part of an herb garden.
Tropical plants ring the perimeter of this beach house's lawn. The yard gets its shade from palm trees.
A long swimming pool is nestled easily into the slope of the lawn. A covered patio offers shade at one end; an open-air patio allows for sunny poolside lounging.
The backyard is delineated by 6-inch concrete curbs containing the lawns and river cobble. The cobble adds a contrasting color and texture to the manicured lawn.
In this chic backyard, landscape designers used rice white peacock pavers on a gravel and sand base to surround the rectangular pool and lawn.
This backyard is organized into separate, distinct areas. Below a waterfall (part of the infinity pool), a large lawn is intended as a spacious kid play zone.
The house wraps around the backyard on two sides, giving a cozy feel to the deck and brick patio. Green lawn rolls out beyond a petite central garden.
This lawn was designed as a play place for the family's children. To make the long, narrow space more visually unique, designers laid out the grass in a series of interconnecting circles.
Sprawling lawns are bordered by white gravel paths and neatly manicured garden beds. Choose a spot on a sofa or chair and enjoy the gardens' Mediterranean flowers, aromatic plants and agaves.
The landscaping design of this property tried to respect and restore the natural habitat, mixing native plants in with grassy lawns.
Back behind the house, a simple set of stairs leads down to a rambling lawn punctuated by trees. The look is a little cultured, a lot easy and natural.
Back behind the mansion, a covered porch gives way to expansive lawns, walkways and gardens. There's also a tucked-away lap pool when it's just too darn hot.
This home is hidden among the suburbs of Lakeview in New Orleans, Louisiana. Walk through the wooden fence and into a surprisingly open and stylish space.