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20 Examples of Landscape Themed Web Designs

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Despite being confined to the Internet some website designs reflect the awe and freedom of the vast outdoors through their design. This post showcases 20 awe-inspiring websites based on a landscape theme, each one featuring a beautiful landscape image in the form of a large photograph or a hand drawn illustration.

Dave Gamache

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momentum

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Lake Nona

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The Neighbourhood

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Moment Skis

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Bones

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St. John’s University

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Code Slingers

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Amanda Stevens

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Colbow Design

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Dev Pepper

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Ryan Scherf

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Intridea

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Visua

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Noah Stokes

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Crescendo Canada

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Trent Walton

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Merican Made

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Studio 7 Designs

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POCO People

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Written by Chris Spooner

Chris Spooner is a designer who loves experimenting with new web design techniques collating creative website designs. Check out Chris' design tutorials and articles at Blog.SpoonGraphics or follow his daily findings on Twitter.

23 Comments

  1. yashodhan says:

    Grate Inspirations,

    I found Ryan Scherf extremely interesting

  2. Great collection of landscape themed websites loving Noah Stokes website.

  3. Mat says:

    OoOo, these are solid. I really like Dave's and as always, Trent does great work. I stumbled across this landscape design and it is definitely one of my favs, I couldn't help but share: http://25fiftysix.com/.

  4. Brian says:

    I love a good illustrated landscape theme. A couple years back I did one on http://www.thecoldcow.com

  5. Lloyd says:

    Really nice selection of images from the selected sites.

    I really like Visua.

  6. Yeah, awesome collection!! I also recently posted an inspiration article that had Visua in it:

    http://boompah.com/2012/03/08/10-amazing-responsive-website-layout-inspirations/

  7. Mapadro says:

    Nice collection! There is also a german website with an illustrated landscape: http://www.naturpfade-jena.de

  8. Adriano says:

    I like this kind of website.
    This is a fresh one I made with a similar style http://agenziatecnodue.com

  9. Carl Spencer says:

    Thanks for showing Visua again Chris! And thanks to everyone for the lovely feedback I'm getting too :)

  10. We've recently launched http://www.water24-7.co.uk for a client.

  11. Landscape web design is latest trend of website creation and mostly all business people choose it. Landscape design looks so attractive and it can include more business information. I like all given web design themes.

  12. Alexa says:

    So many times i heared about Landscape.Designs is really nice.Thanks for sharing information.

  13. PlanWorx℠, a new online landscape design service launched by national landscape architecture firm Knäak Design Group (KDG), offers do-it-yourself homeowners a guide to adding curb appeal by adding beauty and value to their home without breaking the bank.

  14. Fastdesign says:

    Nice collection, very inspiring.

  15. Thanks for sharing this awesome collection of websites. High quality landscape images is definitely a plus in web design. I'm keeping a few of these in mind for future projects.

  16. Pulau Tidung says:

    Looks like suite for my travel site :)

  17. Looks interesting… Is it a new trend for web designing? hmmm…

  18. Hannah says:

    Are these the new trends for web designing? Looks promising.

  19. Some of these landscape designs are truely stunning!

  20. Manoj Singh says:

    You got a good collection.Thumbs up!

    Thanks for sharing.

  21. How do you find these sites? It is awesome what you can do with a little effort with CSS3 and HTML5.

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