423,649 Path lights Home Design Photos

Jim Kuiken Design
35 Reviews
The natural stone pebbles were laid first creating the path to the front entry door and then the remaining concrete was covered with
I think this could be cool as far as just doing a path of the pebble tile to the front door on the porch
similar design with metal to compliment the metal work above the door and the lighting, etc.
“Stone work” — paas97418
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Dane Spencer Landscape Architecture
6 Reviews
Kiehl - Harbor Oaks
"gate", brick path for side of house
Privacy but still get light and breezes
Brick path and curve...Wall interest and path...Love the garden and path
“Sreen” — jeanettealicia
tuthill architecture
13 Reviews
Guest Garden
lay out of garden and colors of building and path
garden path with low edge planting
Entry path to the house...brick path
“Roof” — creeks007
Grow Landscapes, Inc.
Traditional Courtyard Entry - Great Falls VA
Yoshino Cherry (Prunus x yedoensis), it produces white to pink flowers with a light almond-like fragrance. I hope this helps, let me know if you have any other
Path from front door to driveway
Garden path...Slate path...Front wide path
“planting some pretty flowers in hydreans” — Rosemary Girard
Island Gardens Company
Pathways and Steps
Like the flow, path is good too as it is like stepping through the garden
Path on a slope...stone path...Rock path
“purple flowers” — breannag
Sage Ecological Landscapes and Nursery
1 Review
Natural Landscapes
Lighted staircase...Path way...outdoor patio and path...Path and gardens.
“Patio trottoir” — kjbconcept
HBC Company
path way...The path...gravel path
“The light color.” — lululyme
Living Gardens Landscape Design
4 Reviews
Living Gardens Landscape Design
Wonder if this gravel path might be a nice
porch (where we'll be adding a step) to the driveway and perhaps the same path from the other side of the driveway to the back yard gate.
Simplicity with integration of stone and crushed stone path, edging and pots, vines and few plants with just a dab of color.
“The add on single level” — sassemom
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