30,331 LED path lights Home Design Photos

Sellars Lathrop Architects, llc
4 Reviews
Hilltop House
Ideabooks99
Questions0
garden path lighting
gravel path...night lighting
“i like this for my exterior” — cmelden
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
We pride ourselves in designing unique landscapes that are a reflection of our clients desires and budgets. Projects range from outdoor kitchens, decks, fireplaces, construction to custom landscapes.
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Giffin & Crane General Contractors, Inc.
12 Reviews
Project 3
Ideabooks7,508
Questions5
Like the path to the front door.
“Small guesthouse” — janhatcher
Urban Botanics
Sonoma
Ideabooks3,708
Questions1
landscape lighting
path edging...garden lighting...rocks, path
“Landscape” — sicilysilver
Canton Custom Homes
Hickory Lane
Ideabooks9,388
Questions9
slate tile path
side lights and overhang
door and light fixture
Brick path
“Gardens” — bonnienear
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Water Pond
Ideabooks14,441
Questions7
stone path creates a bridge between the patio and a destination on the other side, containing lounge chairs and a small edible garden.
The light distribution
to the light concrete is a nice contrast.
water path
“Love the I-beam water feature” — mariullrich
C & C Partners Design/Build Firm
1 Review
London Residence
Ideabooks7,566
Questions4
Door and path to garden area.
is the light fixture from?
wall lights
“Gate” — harasm
Northworks Architects and Planners
1 Review
Hill Country Retreat
Ideabooks6,374
Questions4
outdoor lighting
outside lights
“Love the stone color” — consultmindy
Land Design, Inc.
Fenced Garden
Ideabooks12,205
Questions3
frequently. Light, frequent waterings will simply encourage shallow roots, which will not serve your plants well in times of heat and dry weather. It's preferable to water more deeply but less often, encouraging your plants' roots to dig down deep into the soil. Avoid watering directly onto the foliage of
Texas. "Light, frequent waterings will simply encourage shallow roots, which will not serve your plants well in times of heat and dry weather. It's preferable to water more deeply but less often, encouraging your plants' roots to dig down deep into the soil," writes landscape designer Jenny Peterson. "Avoid
“Soaker hoses in beds” — gam04
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