With four durable chairs and a round dining table, this secluded outdoor terrace becomes the perfect place to enjoy a meal al fresco. Rows of European boxwood plants and evergreen trees help define the space even further.
Boxwoods surround this home, but there's no hiding the charm of the white structure with a red tile roof. Climbing plants cling to the low white fence, which also features a swing gate and personalized entrance. A view from the top windows into flowering trees gives the residents a feel of seclusion.
Boxwood clippings in a white tea cup become a tiny holiday tree. Fill the cup with floral foam and stud with green clippings. Use a hot glue gun to attach silver dragees from your cake-decorating stash. Add sparkle to natural cones and acorns with a thin coat of silver paint.
Featuring a table and chairs for gathering and chatting, this outdoor space feels comfortable, tropical and inviting. Multiple plants and trees create a natural barrier from the house next door. The swimming pool reflects the beautiful greenery and sun above.
HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes designer Robin Baron transforms the home of ex-NFL star and CBS sports radio host Tiki Barber into a holiday wonderland, featuring two red Christmas trees flanking the fireplace with a boxwood panel over the TV with wreath of red glitter roses.
There’s a suggested pathway of caladiums that leads you to a classic New Orleans’ courtyard with formal elements of boxwood and Japanese yew hedges, a manicured lawn terrace and precisely spaced evergreen holly trees.
This beautiful pavilion, designed by Keith Anderson, is the focal point of the European-garden section of a Colorado landscape. In the planting beds on either side, 'Winter Gem' boxwoods serve as the "bones" of the plantings while cockspur hawthorn trees provide colorful winter berries.
Beautiful side yard with a boxwood lined gravel path, climbing white roses, and small narrow trees along the fence. A small space side yard garden, this stepping stone path takes you from the driveway, down the side yard, to back gardens.
From the upper terrace, a quaint limestone path and steps slips beneath the canopy of large existing trees to an urban shade garden featuring magnificent globe boxwood clusters, Oakleaf hydrangeas, perennials, and groundcover. The path leads past a bubbler fountain centered on the window of the workout room.
The stone pool terrace is lined with boxwood hedges to balance the soft textures of the trees and flowering shrubs. A custom timber beam pergola is anchored by stone piers and a low stone wall that defines the pool garden terrace space while framing expansive and captivating views of the property beyond.