This antique French fountain serves as the centerpiece of this lush courtyard garden. Design by Studio H Landscape Architecture in Newport Beach, CA. See more courtyard gardens at: http://www.landscapingnetwork.com/front-yard-landscaping/courtyards.html
Put a purple, grey or lime cushion on this "Blacksmith Blossom Chair" and enjoy whimsical French style. From Anthropologie. For more decor ideas visit http://www.landscapingnetwork.com/garden-styles/FrenchLandscapeDesign.pdf
Love this four square planting design. The little boxwood rounds are too cute! By Jay Thayer Landscape Architect in San Francisco. See other ideas for a lawn-free garden here: http://www.landscapingnetwork.com/lawns/alternatives.html
Porcelain tiles are an excellent option for a landscaped courtyard, especially if you use full-body porcelain, which is colored all the way through the tile so that any potential chips will be less obvious. Learn more about outdoor tile options here: http://www.landscapingnetwork.com/paving/outdoor-patio-tile.html
This French/ English hybrid combines loose, tumbling flowers with a tightly-arranged geometric pattern that lends an air of class to the colorful, exuberant plantings. Lovely landscape by Roger's Gardens in Orange County, CA.
The French aesthetic meets a modern sensibility. The gray and lilac tones highlight the French planting selections like Allium and lavender, while the clean lines and wooden catwalk suggest a modern landscape design style. Photo by Nicola Stocken Tomkins.
Stone is always in style. This carved stone fountain in the French courtyard look has a big enough basin to catch the splashes. From Fountains Unique. For more fountain insights visit http://www.landscapingnetwork.com/industry-leaders/bill-rose-fountains-unique.html