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152 American Home Design Photos

Elegant Georgian Manor House & Garden
Elegant Georgian Manor House & Garden
Douglas C Lynn, LLC Landscape Architecture
Custom Iron Gates designed by Douglas C. Lynn, LLC Designed & Photographed by Doug Lynn Installed by Rainbow Landscape Design, Inc 770-426-6592
Garage Envy
Garage Envy
Garage Envy
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Louisiana Style in the Texas Hill Country
Louisiana Style in the Texas Hill Country
Godsey Homes
Southern Style courtyard made with reclaimed brick
Wrought-Iron Gate and Brick Path
Wrought-Iron Gate and Brick Path
Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)
For this Boston-area former hunting lodge, featured in Outside the Not So Big House by Julie Moir Messervy and Sarah Susanka, JMMDS created a landscape design that anchors the house in the site and complements its Tuscan-inspired architectural update. An antique openwork wrought-iron gate provides access from the driveway to the courtyard and breaks up the solidity of the stone walls, crafted by an italian stonemason. The winding, informally-planted brick path leads to the back door, in contrast to the formal front entry. Photo: Grey Crawford.
Stone Gazebo with Stained Bead Board Ceiling and Paver Hardscapes
Stone Gazebo with Stained Bead Board Ceiling and Paver Hardscapes
Orren Pickell Building Group
Photography by Linda Oyama Bryan. http://pickellbuilders.com. Stone Gazebo with Stained Bead Board Ceiling and Paver hardscapes. Iron fencing and gate beyond.
Formal English Garden Estate
Formal English Garden Estate
R.Youngblood & Co.
Rarely observed, this home is found within the grounds of a secluded private gated community. The project involved a restoration to transform a landscape of less interest to an authentic “old world” environment. For those who have traveled the cobblestone roadways, found within European cities, this site would transport them back in time. Beginning with the drive and motor court fashioned of imported Belgium block granite pavers, the authenticity continues with the property’s lavishly designed boxwood hedge gardens, custom wrought iron gates, inviting conversation areas, and a formal “secret garden”. Day or night the flames of several gas copper lanterns flicker to offer a memorable experience or a fond remembrance of a past journey. LANDSCAPE DESIGN / BUILD R. Youngblood & Co. PHOTO BY: RYAN YOUNGBLOOD