looks like "cor-ten" again. Raised bed vegetable beds like this aesthetic to you? I like the idea of using wood planks and sticking to that theme, but cor-ten is good for separating spaces into clean lines (rock from turf from ornamental grasses).
A "floating" bench and a fire bowl, which landscape architect Russ Cletta created from a colored concrete planter, make up the new living space. Blue bamboo helps screen dining area and guest-house. Mondo grass grows between pavers.
Eco Factor: Interior garden keeps your interiors away from peeps and provides fresh air. Why cut a tree in your backyard to get some space for your deck when you can use it in the most beautiful of ways to provide fresh air, cooling and above all.
Pretty Trees for Patios, Paths and Other Tight Spots Choose trees for their size, shape and rate of growth — or shape them to fit your space. Here's how to get started--Contemporary Landscape by Billinkoff Architecture PLLC
Three clearly defined spaces -- a dining area, lawn and plantings -- eke a lot of function out of a relatively small amount of urban real estate. Design by Sara Jane Rothwell The only thing I don't like is the pathway.