The courtyard entry design continues to be popular not only in suburban areas but among city dwellers as well. People find the style’s appealing mix of the outdoors with the indoors, the feeling of privacy and comfort it conveys truly attractive.
In urban areas, homeowners are now turning to the courtyard entry to bring nature into their homes and create that sense of peace and calm amid the noise and congestion.
Whether you live in the suburbs or in a busy city, you can have your “slice” of the courtyard entry design with a little creativity and imagination.
A lighter screening “L” creates a courtyard that provides shelter from seasonal winds and an intimate space with privacy from neighboring houses.
Transform your driveway into a lovely garden. This picture is an Inspiration for a large farmhouse drought-tolerant and full sun front yard gravel water fountain landscape. Got the added depth surrounding the ranch.
This common cobblestone courtyard is located between the house and its garage. The building also does double duty as a cabana where the owners can put up tables for food during gatherings.
Simple eclectic courtyard is the perfect way to describe this look. Pathway using dark color tiles with plants at the sideways and a rustic bench already create a welcoming feel.
A view of the entry courtyard with descending path to the house. This is an example of a mid-sized modern partial sun front yard concrete paver landscaping with a fire pit.
Tropical courtyard shaded garden Hawaiian style with natural stone pavers. Instantly feel super calming effect just by adoring this beautiful pathway to the house.
Experience another array of cantilevered cast concrete steps that “float” up to the front door. Set this rhythmic path to echo the lines and ascending forms of the architects dramatic rusted-steel entry pergola.
LAP POOL ENTRY
A lap pool in the entry courtyard does double duty, providing a splash of color to lead you to the door and a good spot for cooling off or exercising.
COURTYARD AT NIGHT
Inspiration for a huge contemporary partial sun courtyard gravel formal garden. The entry courtyard at night will show a beautiful lit up pear tree bosque.
A covered walkway through a terraced courtyard provides access to this villa. River stones were used in the planting beds and incorporated into the floor tiles. Local terra cotta sculptures enhance the space.
Commonly described as intimate, intriguing and inviting, front courtyard gardens serve as a transition from the chaos of the streets and world to the serenity of your garden and home.
In areas with warm climates, front courtyards are often used as outdoor living spaces, while in the colonial architecture formally landscaped entry courtyards are common. But no matter where you live, a well-designed courtyard can add to the curb appeal of your home.