Lovely landscape art in different sizes decorate a wall in the laundry room and mudroom. The art pops against the classically patterned cement tiles that include different shades of gray, that help tone down the green walls.
This cottage style landscape perfectly compliments the stately architecture with dramatic flare. The stately home was softened with beautiful curves to compliment the brick lined walkway. Every nook and corner in the landscape was a perfect opportunity to create a creative landscape vignette.
Half-inch steel plates and boards form work together as modern, sculptural retaining walls for a luxury touch on landscaping. The simple backdrop of the steel plate allows the decorative grasses to shine.
A lush, green lawn, neatly clipped trees and shrubs and beds of blooming flowers make this estate home feel like a luxurious retreat. The 8,500 square-foot home has fifteen rooms and sits on a little more than one acre.
The local flowers and plants that line the walkway to the front door add color and texture to the front yard. The outdoor spaces of the home are equipped with smart technology that monitors the weather and conditions in the area, with an irrigation controller that uses real-time weather data to automate watering and allow the user to turn on the sprinklers through a smart phone.
These long narrow containers are a great vehicle for this whimsical arrangement of cacti, hawthoria and agave. In addition to the porcupine quills, agate and crystals Nashville-based Honey + Gunn Succulents added preserved billy buttons. “We love a combination of two of these pieces side by side on a dining table,” says Anne Gunnels of Honey + Gunn Succulents. “The look is stunning while offering a low design for cross-table conversation.”
This cottage style landscape perfectly compliments the stately architecture with dramatic but tranquil flare. Every nook and corner in the landscape was a perfect opportunity to create a creative landscape vignette.
Concrete and gravel paths combine with concrete seat walls that edge the back of a main courtyard space in Sonoma County, Calif. The design by Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects was an American Society of Landscape Architects award-winning project.