26,610 branch path Home Design Photos

Zaremba & Company
5 Reviews
Turtle Lake Garden
Ideabooks16,903
Questions4
Stone path...Path, lighting
“like trees uplight” — sfconway
Loudoun County Custom Builder - Best of Houzz 2014
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Marcus & Willers Architects
6 Reviews
Sonoma / Sea Ranch Redux
Ideabooks2,914
Questions3
Grass path , and cover patio...I like the green boxed path...grass path...The path
“simple but nice” — Tim Burns
Janice Parker Landscape Architects
Turkey Hill
Ideabooks289
Questions1
grass strips balance the large squares and allow a dialogue between lawn and path. Photo credit: Neil Landino
keep the gravel in check, and grass strips allow a dialogue between lawn and path.
Gravel path, simple and perfect....Entry path
“Woodwork on screen door.” — jaaane
EASA Architecture
13 Reviews
Additions and Remodel in Palo Alto CA
Ideabooks16,212
Questions6
stone path!!...entry path...Nice colours on stone path...Slate path
“The color” — veromar
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Belmont Hill Residence
Ideabooks9,727
Questions6
plantings for front yard and path
At the end of the entry path, a breezeway connects the main house to the garage and serves as the main threshold into the home. The back side of the breezeway
Front path...gravel path; informal plantings...Nice front entry path
“Front Door” — Baumson Builders
Andrea Schumacher Interiors
21 Reviews
LoHi Private Residence
Ideabooks11,005
Questions2
Borders, urns lining path?, curve against straight line...
Curve path....multi-material usage, curved path
“1” — Yakup Aslan
Terra Ferma Landscapes
7 Reviews
Entry Courtyard
Ideabooks12,405
Questions7
I love the walking path...Path is nice
“Tree” — sharbritt
Rugo/ Raff Ltd. Architects
Harbor Springs Contemporary
Ideabooks6,403
Questions4
strain to locate the house numbers at night or stumble around looking for the path to the front door.
What you may want to illuminate: Path Steps Trees Shrubs Architecture Sculpture Pools Fountains Waterfalls Types
strain to locate the house numbers at night or stumble around looking for the path to the front door.And extend the lighting to the edges of your property to
Be dramaticOutdoor lighting should be about more than illuminating the path to the shed. Set a dramatic mood with uplighters that draw attention to specific
“You don't see the sources of light but the pathway is nicely lit, as is the tree.” — dalfery
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