Get decor and plant recommendations that will work for a Ranch-style home. For a high-res, printable guide to this style visit: http://www.landscapingnetwork.com/garden-styles/Ranch-Landscape-Design.pdf
Ranch-style homes often feature a veneer of stone on the bottom third of the home, so a fieldstone wall like this one makes a great balance in the landscape. Design by Lewis Garden & Landscape in Whitinsville, MA. Learn more about materials options for a Ranch-style home here: http://www.landscapingnetwork.com/walls/materials.html
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This cedar split rail fence has a casual, country look perfect for a ranch-style home. The light-colored stonework on the other side of the fence makes a beautiful contrast. By Peak Landscape Inc in Truckee, CA.
Why not install a tree swing in your landscape? You know, "for the kids"! Nobody has to know who will be swinging on it while they're away at school. From Breezy Wooden Swings. More tree swing ideas here: http://www.landscapingnetwork.com/products/play/tree-swings.html
Dining, Western style. These side chairs are handcrafted of rustic teak wood reclaimed from old farm homes and ranching implements. Since teak is safe for the elements, you can dine indoors or under the stars. From King Ranch Saddle Shop.
This contemporary update to a 1960's ranch-style home's garden shows what you can do with modern aesthetics, while still working with the lines of your architecture. Design by Arterra Landscape Architects in San Francisco, CA.