1,603 Pavement Home Design Photos

Palm Beach EstateBlakely and Associates Landscape Architects, Inc.
I love the pavements with grass
pavement transitions
1960's HouseGabriel Holland Interior Design
wardrobe!” It was Suter’s idea to refresh the wardrobe (found abandoned on a pavement) with pink paint. The gray sofa was originally from the Conran Shop and
wardrobe!’ It was Alan’s idea to refresh the wardrobe (found abandoned on a pavement) with pink paint. The grey sofa was originally from The Conran Shop and
wardrobe!” It was Suter’s idea to refresh the wardrobe (found abandoned on a pavement) with pink paint. The gray sofa was originally from the Conran Shop and
small water featureHuettl Landscape Architecture
stone pavement...Pavement idea...pavement blocks
Mountain Hwysensitive design
The walkways and pavement nice mix
Black pavement...Sidewalk to pavement
South Clark AvenueElevation Architects
It's also a good idea to keep lawn away from the burning pavement — for example, the classic "hell strip" between the sidewalk and street
It's also a good idea to keep lawn away from the burning pavement — for example, the classic "hell strip" between the sidewalk and street
Sweeney ResidenceJames Glover Residential & Interior Design
unsupported grass, or turf that has been reinforced with flexible grass pavement or an open-celled paving grid.
unsupported grass, or turf that has been reinforced with flexible grass pavement or an open-celled paving grid.
DrivewaysTecho-Bloc
The paver that is water permeable - keeps in the look vs. pavement
Driveway pavement edge
break in the curved Cor-Ten site wall, where a water feature rises from the pavement. Water flows over the concrete walls of the fountain to descend toward
Tree House-Kiawah IslandThe Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
A hot tub hangs over the pool, which in turn hangs over the pavement to the marsh. ‘When you’re in the pool, the sight line of the water is
Seaview Beach HouseMackenzie Pronk Architects
wouldn’t know it from the curb, but although the site steps up from the pavement, it then steps down to the rear garden – across its width it falls an entire
wouldn’t know it from the kerb, but although the site steps up from the pavement, it then steps down to the rear garden. Across its width it falls an entire
street. You wouldn’t know it from the curb, but the site steps up from the pavement and then steps down to a rear garden. Across its width it drops an entire
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