Retaining walls are used for several reasons – it can prevent erosion, hold soil from sliding far away from the structure, and also for adornment. These are utilized in steep slopes around homes, rivers, and other areas. With a wall, there are lesser structural issues for the dirt, and the landscape is prevented from sliding.
Today, we’ll be supplying you with some landscape wall ideas to see out. we’ve gathered different landscaping styles that vary from one another. Each of them made use of various materials and installed retaining walls in various manners. you’ll surely get ideas on how you’ll treat your own landscape. Scroll down and check what we’ve collated for you today.
Stone, ipe and concrete were combined beautifully to make a bold and contemporary landscape for this garden. rather than merely creating an easy retaining wall, the designers create a sculptural wall to create it look more beautiful especially with the modernized palette it used.
Cole Valley Hillside
A combination of wood and stone walls gives this area a contemporary look.
A house designed by the Vermont Architects. the small print within the house design is stunning also as its outdoor space.
Cow Hollow Historic Home
Large concrete retaining walls surround the yard but what sets this yard aside from other gardens is that the terraced feature and therefore the living wall with growing moss, climbing plants, and ferns thereon.
Concrete was done with a rough finish and gave it a wood plank appearance. Ipe wood was used in the bridge.
Weathered steel retaining walls and steps were used for the front entry of this house.
The flat area is ideal for teenagers to play. The retaining walls of stones with waterfalls provide a creative touch to the yard.
SF Retro Modern
A steep hillside was treated bold and textural free morpheme plantings. Wooden steps and retaining walls provide it a soft contemporary look.
Curves, corners, columns, stairs, and tiers create a background paradise of traditional design.