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Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
stone path...plants along path...path, vegetation...boxes with paths
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
We are a landscape architectural design company located in Northern Virginia, specializing in the development of upscale residential poolscapes, hardscapes & landscapes.
Exteriors By Chad Robert
Private Residence II
Lovely Gate, great idea of using the tree for lighting the path and gate below.
Evening path through gates
Gated walk path...gravel, path
Caribou Construction Company
High Meadow Contemporary
neat path with golden barrels and small water feature for quail!
Stone path...Rock paths
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
Portland Landscaping Overlook
Excelent path into your yard!
Nice path...Paths from steps...Path way
AMS Landscape Design Studios, Inc.
AMS Landscape Design Studios
border a path through a central tall entry pavilion. The courtyard is intentionally set up as a place of movement, rather than static occupation.
Brick path...side path...Brick path pattern
we could use these for the stairs, mixed with the stamped concrete path, the steel and the rough hewn wood beams in the breezeway
stone paths and walk could work along drive to guest house, elsewhere.
on this path create a feeling of enclosure on one side, giving walkers a place to lean towards. If both sides are open, a walker may worry about falling off the side.
Wells Design Landscapes
Wells Design Melbourne
wall, path, and drain set in ground.
along the path... Absolutely fabulous!!!
cute path...gravel path...gravel path
Stewart Associates Architecture & Interiors
Street View-Traditional Custom Shingled Home
pavers...path can be concrete made to look like pavers
Ideal for paths and driveways, rugged mixtures with larger pieces of stone or coarse gravel can be less slippery than a smoother mixture of cement with a finer aggregate.