“This AMAZING backyard space from fellow Sacramentan @urbanfarmstead is pretty much the epitome of outdoor perfection and is so much of what we hope to…”

This AMAZING backyard space from fellow Sacramentan is pretty much the epitome of outdoor perfection and is SO much of what we hope to create here in backyard. I LOVE the generous seating area, the large paver and gravel

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Landscaping Robina psudoacacia inermis A small to medium size grafted deciduous tree Outdoors Garden. Leopoldina Haynes Garden: Built In bench with raised bed back and olive trees oh my!

modern minimalist garden design low maintenance high impact garden design raised white wall beds grey decking east grass lawn turf sunken garden with fire and chimney flat trees balham wandsworth london (4)

modern minimalist garden design low maintenance high impact garden design raised white wall beds grey decking east grass lawn turf sunken garden with fire and chimney flat trees balham wandsworth london - My Cool Garden

We designed this Swing Garden to be functional and low maintenance with a playful focus. Features include swings, pergola and outdoor kitchen.

We designed this Swing Garden to be functional and low maintenance with a playful focus. Features include swings, pergola and outdoor kitchen.

like the way the water feature is integrated with the decking

Pool Progress: Week 4 Stone Waterfalls

Idea: integrated water system as holistic part of house. Imagine the water blade, and lighting on steps. Water feature and exterior lighting designed by Paver Planet, Inc.

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50 Modern Garden Design Ideas to Try in 2017

such a clever use of a small garden, elegant and modern. I'm inspired by this simple, clean symmetrical garden. I would love this design for our backyard.at least the area nearest the house!

Can’t afford that dream deck or in-ground pool you’re dying for? There are still ways to get a beautiful backyard that’s perfect for entertaining.

Use rocks to separate two areas, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting. on January 2013 in Home Decor 3 Advertisement Use rocks to separate the grass from the deck, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting


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