The natural looking features of the landscape compliment the grand presence of this transitional Colorado home. A large pond with wetland like features is completed with the use of native plants and artfully arranged boulders, helping to soften the areas between the built hardscape features.
Situated in a natural clearing of a large grove of aspen trees, this Wyoming home's landscape design makes the most of its wetlands and natural water courses. A breezeway connects the front drive, barn and main house.
This gorgeous eco-friendly house is powered by a photovoltaic canopy that shades a large rooftop terrace. Other roof areas are planted with native species that provide insulation and screening. All waste is processed through a digester and artificial wetlands system.
The steel gazebo provides a shady vantage point in the garden from which to view the house and wetland-like pond. The quaint home is perfectly framed in the archway of the decorative structure, adding layers of interest to the space.
This cottage-style entry garden features a constructed naturalistic pond with a gazebo and wetland plants. This welcoming garden complements the 160-year-old Cape-style house. The steel gazebo provides a shady vantage point from which to view the house and gardens.
Natural stone architectural features like walls, bridges and waterfalls are arranged to create layers of texture in this Colorado garden. An arched bridge leads visitors over a natural wetland inspired pond surrounded by a bounty of native plants which help to soften the stone features.
A vibrant purple-flowering vine spills over an antique metal gazebo nestled amongst the verdant plants of a formal cottage-style garden. Planting the garden up against the gazebo helps to soften the structure's edges and creates a cohesive design. The gazebo offers a comfortable vantage point from which to view the wetland-like pond and the rest of the lush cottage garden.
The northwestern Wyoming home and barn is dominated by jurisdictional wetlands and natural water courses, so man-made water features are a natural enhancement to the landscape. In the front, the pond butts against the foundation of the barn and family room. The water exploits the glass chinking between the logs of the barn, providing a quietly dazzling mirror image of the barn.
Situated between the Teton Range and the Snake River in northwestern Wyoming, the home is dominated by jurisdictional wetlands and natural water courses, so man-made water features are a natural enhancement to the site design. A series of ponds thread their way through this Wyoming's home site and floor plan. In the front, the water design takes on a natural pond-like form that butts against the foundation of the barn and family room.