Category: landscapedesign

There’s something about a fountain on a roofto…

There’s something about a fountain on a rooftop garden that feels even more like a secret paradise than usual. You walk up the stairs to the roof, open the door, and are instantly transported to a magical realm by the sound of water falling, the rustling of the grasses, and the sight of birds and clouds passing lazily on by. Time to lay back in a lounge chair, favorite drink in hand, and let the relaxation begin!
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#roofgarden #rooftop #roof #rooftopnyc #fountain #oasis #paradise #gardendesign #landscapedesign #gardening #landscaping
(at New York, New York)

Check out our latest roof garden design in Bro…

Check out our latest roof garden design in Brooklyn! We love wood and metal hybrid pergolas for their slender, contemporary feel. Also, this grey pendant light with its rose-colored interior is to die for!
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#gardendesign #landscaping #landscapedesign #homedecor #homedesign #home #pergola #outdoorliving #brooklyn #rooftop #roofgarden (at Brooklyn, New York)

Looking forward to being interviewed today by …

Looking forward to being interviewed today by the folks at Martha Stewart for my tips on designing for small spaces.
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#marthastewart #gardendesign #landscapedesign #landscaping #garden #gardening #smallspaces #urbangarden #nyc #roofgarden (at New York, New York)

The owner of this Brooklyn terrace wanted a ro…

The owner of this Brooklyn terrace wanted a romantic, lush, feminine look with Mediterranean influences. Check out the before photo and read all about the design on my blog at www.amberfreda.com
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#garden #gardening #gardendesign #landscape #landscapedesign #landscaping #rooftop #roofgardens #terrace #brooklyn #homedecor #homedesign #romantic #mediterranean #lush (at Brooklyn, New York)

Building Planters into a fence can be a great …

Building Planters into a fence can be a great solution for saving space on a narrow patio such as this. Read more about this garden on my blog at www.amberfreda.com
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#patio #patiodesign #deck #fence #ipe #windowbox #custom #garden #gardening #gardendesign #nyc #homedesign #landscaping #landscape #landscapedesign (at New York, New York)

Even in winter, roof gardens are magical. ✨🌿❄…

Even in winter, roof gardens are magical.
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#rooftop #roofgardens #roof #garden #gardening #gardendesign #landscapedesign #landscape #landscaping #nyc #nycrooftop #snow #snowgarden #homedecor #homedesign #outdoors #outdoorfurniture #containergardening #plants #patio (at New York, New York)

Read all about this Brooklyn backyard project featuring a cedar…

Read all about this Brooklyn backyard project featuring a cedar pergola with a tin roof on my blog www.amberfreda.com
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#gardening #garden #gardendesign #landscaping #landscapedesign #brooklyn #nycgarden #backyard #pergola #homedesign #homedecor

Check out our latest project – a Japanese zen garden in…

Check out our latest project – a Japanese zen garden in brooklyn! We had so much fun designing this backyard project, which includes bamboo fencing, a stone lantern statue, a fountain, and white fiberglass planters filled with Bamboo, Japanese maples, and cherry Laurels. Check out all the before and after photos on my blog, www.amberfreda.com
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#asiangarden #zengarden #japanesestyle #bamboo #zen #brooklyn #asianstyle #fountain #gardening #garden #gardendesign #landscaping #landscapedesign #backyard #homedesign #homedecor #outdoorfurniture (at Brooklyn, New York)

We love the eclectic feel of this garden overlooking Central…

We love the eclectic feel of this garden overlooking Central Park! Read all about it on my blog at www.amberfreda.com
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#gardening #garden #gardendesign #rooftop #roofgardens #roofdeck #nyc #manhattan #deck #terrace #landscape #landscaping #landscapedesign #homedecor #homedesign #outdoorfurniture (at New York, New York)

With only a few exceptions, almost everything that you can grow…

With only a few exceptions, almost everything that you can grow in the ground can be grown in a container. Which means, as long as you have some time and space, you can have a healing garden in your own home. There are a lot of up-sides to container gardening. They’re great for beginners; if things don’t work out and the plants die, you can pull the plants, dump the soil and start anew. If a plant in a container garden gets a disease, like a fungus, or attracts a pest, then it is less likely to spread to all the other plants in the garden. Growing things in containers allows for portability. You can bring your plants indoors during cooler months to keep the plants alive throughout the entire year. Read more on my blog: http://ow.ly/80AS30auAXb