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Arts and Crafts Outdoor Design Ideas

Dodge Project
Dodge Project
Landscape East & West
This is an example of an arts and crafts front yard garden in Portland.
California Country
California Country
David Thorne Landscape Architect
A trellised terrace opens up to a quieter view of a magnificent existing redwood grove and bioswale filled with clusters of ornamental grasses and perennials. Photography by Marion Brenner
Lancaster patio with pergola
Lancaster patio with pergola
Cobblestone Landscape LLC
This is an example of a mid-sized arts and crafts patio in Philadelphia with natural stone pavers and a pergola.
Maine Cottage
Maine Cottage
Leslie Saul & Associates
Lake house Deck with Hot Tub. Trent Bell Photography, Richardson & Associates Landscape Architects
Photo of a large arts and crafts backyard deck in Portland Maine with a water feature and no cover.
Morningside bungalow
Morningside bungalow
Meriwether Inc
This 1919 bungalow was lovingly taken care of but just needed a few things to make it complete. The owner, an avid gardener wanted someplace to bring in plants during the winter months. This small addition accomplishes many things in one small footprint. This potting room, just off the dining room, doubles as a mudroom. Design by Meriwether Felt, Photos by Susan Gilmore
ProVia Doors
ProVia Doors
ProVia
Stunningly realistic wood appearance...yet it’s fiberglass! Our Signet fiberglass doors have taken fiberglass entry systems to the next level. The embossed woodgrain is an astonishingly accurate representation of real wood. Signet fiberglass doors are available in Cherry, Mahogany, Oak, Fir and Knotty Alder Series, with 7 stain finishes per Series. Utilizing our exclusive DuraFuse™ Finishing System featuring P3 Fusion, ProVia's finish warranty is the best in the industry. Structurally, the Signet fiberglass door is far superior to traditional fiberglass doors. The hinge and strike stiles are a robust 25⁄8" and 41⁄4" respectively, and are dovetailed to the top and bottom rails forming an integrated frame, ensuring unmatched strength and durability.
Arts and Crafts Addition
Arts and Crafts Addition
Moser Architects PLLC
Inspiration for a small arts and crafts front yard screened-in verandah in DC Metro with concrete pavers and a roof extension.
Overview
Overview
Urban Oasis Outdoor Living
Design ideas for a mid-sized arts and crafts backyard patio in Dallas with an outdoor kitchen, stamped concrete and a gazebo/cabana.
Covered Bridge
Covered Bridge
Rezac Construction
Alan Jackson- Jackson Studios
Inspiration for a mid-sized arts and crafts backyard deck in Omaha with a roof extension.
Historical Craftsman Renovation
Historical Craftsman Renovation
Balboa Design Group
Inspiration for a mid-sized arts and crafts front yard verandah in San Diego with concrete slab and a pergola.
Fowler Project
Fowler Project
Banyan Tree Landscape Construction LLC
Calstone mission pavers tan red charcoal in the "linen" pattern.
This is an example of an arts and crafts backyard patio in Other with concrete pavers.
Cozy Fire Wall
Cozy Fire Wall
Outdoor Dreams
Inspiration for a mid-sized arts and crafts backyard patio in Richmond with a fire feature, concrete pavers and no cover.
Riverview Dr.
Riverview Dr.
Steadfast Builders LLC
Keith Espeland
Photo of a large arts and crafts backyard patio in Other with an outdoor kitchen, concrete pavers and a pergola.
European Windows and Doors
European Windows and Doors
European Windows and Doors
Design ideas for a mid-sized arts and crafts front yard verandah in Denver with decking.
Traditional Westport
Traditional Westport
Oliver Design Associates
Large arts and crafts backyard partial sun formal garden in New York with a garden path and natural stone pavers for spring.
Outdoor Pavillion
Outdoor Pavillion
Sutherland Custom Builders (Sutherland Homes)
Mid-sized arts and crafts backyard patio in Chicago with an outdoor kitchen, natural stone pavers and a roof extension.
Kitchen and bath designs
Kitchen and bath designs
Soni Interiors Supply
Travertine- French Pattern
Design ideas for a mid-sized arts and crafts backyard patio in Orlando with a fire feature, tile and a roof extension.
Phantom Screens Idea House: Southern Romance
Phantom Screens Idea House: Southern Romance
Phantom Screens
This 1906 single floor bungalow in Mobile, Alabama was restored to showcase Phantom’s window, door and motorized screens. They wanted to bring together the home’s indoor and outdoor living space and make it comfortable year round in Alabama’s changing climate. Phantom’s screens were added to each window and door, allowing homeowners to control the sunlight and breeze that enters the indoor and outdoor living spaces without letting in bugs or debris. It was even possible to turn the porch into an ‘inside room’ contained from the elements, by lowering Phantom’s clear vinyl motorized screens. The screens blend in seamlessly with heritage home’s design and can be easily retracted out of sight when not in use. “They blend seamlessly in with the window and not detract from the beauty so we were able to preserve the old look and feel of the window yet add in the modern convenience of a retractable screen.” - Esther de Wolde, CEO, Phantom Screens Photo credit: Revival Arts Photography
Sammamish Outdoor Living
Sammamish Outdoor Living
Urban Oasis Design & Construction LLC
Our clients wanted to create a backyard that would grow with their young family as well as with their extended family and friends. Entertaining was a huge priority! This family-focused backyard was designed to equally accommodate play and outdoor living/entertaining. The outdoor living spaces needed to accommodate a large number of people – adults and kids. Urban Oasis designed a deck off the back door so that the kitchen could be 36” height, with a bar along the outside edge at 42” for overflow seating. The interior space is approximate 600 sf and accommodates both a large dining table and a comfortable couch and chair set. The fire pit patio includes a seat wall for overflow seating around the fire feature (which doubles as a retaining wall) with ample room for chairs. The artificial turf lawn is spacious enough to accommodate a trampoline and other childhood favorites. Down the road, this area could be used for bocce or other lawn games. The concept is to leave all spaces large enough to be programmed in different ways as the family’s needs change. A steep slope presents itself to the yard and is a focal point. Planting a variety of colors and textures mixed among a few key existing trees changed this eyesore into a beautifully planted amenity for the property. Jimmy White Photography
Seattle Exterior Facelift
Seattle Exterior Facelift
Shuler Architecture
This is a little project we did for a friend a few years ago. Our client approached us after the south face of her house had deteriorated to the point that severe rot and mold had invaded the structure. She also wanted to give the front of her house a facelift and create some more curb appeal. On little projects like these, budget often dictates our design solution and our approach is to maximize value on behalf of our clients. We don't trying to win design awards with these small projects nor are we trying to get published. Our goal is to simply and elegantly solve the problem we are presented with at a price point that our client can afford. There are several ideas we incorporated into this design solution. Foremost was to solve the water infiltration into the building envelope. The structure faces due south and takes a beating from all of the winter storms we get here in the Pacific Northwest. In the summer, harsh sun warps and cracks most siding materials. This solution entailed stripping the entire south facing facade down to the studs, tearing out all of the rotted lumber and reframing this wall to accept new windows. This wall was then insulated, sheathed, covered with a high performance building paper and then sided with a cementitious siding material.We added a cover at the front door to both protect the house and to announce the entry. The element of time plays a large role in our designs and in this case we wanted to highlight the transition from the outer environment to protected interior of the home. Finally, with the addition of the minimal arbor we created a public space on the front of the house that allows for gathering, gives the house more visual interest and provides a public zone between the house and the street. This zone is literally a way for our client, who runs a business on the upper level of her home, to get out of her house and interact with the world. In short, this was a contextual solution that blends in well with its neighbors and promotes community through a classic front porch design. Our client spends a lot of time here in the summers chatting with neighbors, enjoying a glass of wine and watching the setting sun. There are several ideas we incorporated into this desgn solution. Foremost was to solve the water infiltration into the building enevelope. The structure faces due south and takes a beating from all of the winter storms we get here in the Pacific Northwest. In the summer, harsh sun warps and cracks most siding materials. This solution entailed stripping the entire south facing facade down to the studs, tearing out all of the rotted lumber and refaming this wall to accept new windows. This wall was then insulated, sheathed, covered with a high performance building paper and then sided with a cementitious siding material.We added a cover at the front door to both protect the house and to announce the entry. The element of time plays a large role in our designs and in this case we wanted to highlight the transiton from the outer environment to protected interior of the home. Finally, with the addition of the minimal arbor we created a public space on the front of the house that allows for gathering, gives the house more visual interest and provides a public zone between the house and the street. This zone is a literally way for out client, who runs a business on the upper level of her home, to get our her house and interact with the world. In short, this was a contextual solution that blends in well with its neighbors and promotes community through a classic front porch design. Our client spends a lot of time here in the summers chatting with neighbors, enjoying a glass of wine and watching the setting sun.
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