15,767 Eclectic Garden Design Photos
This is a Roberto Burle Marx- inspired design, a drought tolerant landscape that imitates the vibrant colors and patterns of the tropics. We kept the monstera and bird of paradise plants, and with the colorful trim on the house, it all works together in this eclectic mashup.
Campion Walker designed and built the pool as an inner courtyard and intimate transition from inside to outside living for a dynamic young family. Peaceful pathways shaded by native oaks, sequoias and soft, elegant drought tolerant plants accent the cool, crisp lines of home and poolside.
Laser cut steel cabana structure by the pool. Featuring 'Bubble' metal screening, large steel garden planters, and outdoor furniture
The stairs flanked by pots for herbs lead to a curving pathway. It ends at the sunken circular stone terrace and a fire bowl. The 3 arched trellises form a doorway between the newly planted garden and the view terrace with a retaining/seating wall. The large water pot feature baffles the urban noise. The open grid swing trellis matches the rose trellis and echoes the chicken coop architecture. Clematis, Star jasmine vines and roses will grow up the grids--the first purple blooms show in the picture! The expansive view is enjoyed from everywhere. Berms around the terrace and inside the curve of the path create visual interest and the feeling of moving through the landscape. Down cast path lighting creates safety at night with a minimum of light pollution. The huge sequoia tree is softly lighted for night interest. The original fence will be soon be covered with many flowering vines.
Stacked stones are simple and add a great, and unexpected, architectural element.
Dale Newman Design
An Urban backyard designed for a first-time homeowner and their new family. Recycled tiles and a child-proof water feature create a playful space with lots of life in it.
A spectacular residential garden and outdoor living space set atop a hilltop overlooking the Calgary skyline. Property features craftsman inspired design material and elements including stone walkways, fireplace, built-in seating and a fire pit.
This built-in outdoor kitchen and BBQ grill area adds add a convenient and simple luxury for entertaining to this Mid Century Modern residence in Dallas, Texas. The project features bluestone patios and ledge stone walls and veneer. Harold Leidner Landscape Architects.