128,038 concrete path Home Design Photos

OKB Architecture
3 Reviews
Avon Avenue
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Breaking up and relaying concrete is another ecologically sound way to refurbish existing concrete. Broken-up pieces of sidewalk or used concrete paving stones can be used to build new paths, walkways or raised
way to refurbish existing concrete. Broken-up pieces of sidewalk or used concrete paving stones can be used to build new paths, walkways or raised planters around your home and yard.
option: Recycled concrete. Breaking up and relaying concrete is another ecologically sound way to refurbish existing concrete. Broken-up pieces of sidewalk or used concrete paving stones can be used to build new paths, walkways or raised planters around your home and yard.
Recycled concrete. Breaking up and relaying concrete is another ecologically sound way to refurbish existing concrete. Broken-up pieces of sidewalk or used concrete paving stones can be used to build new paths, walkways or raised planters around your home and
“Guest house” — krisoyam
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Magazine Idea House 2
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Are the concrete squares available pre-made, or do we have to pour them?
You can get pretty large concrete squares at your big box hardware store or through stone or landscaping vendors. Heavy! Have them delivered. Carefully!
When broken into large squares with wide joints, a concrete path turns into permeable paving while still offering a stable surface for walking. Here, the joints are filled with gravel.
space between concrete squares creates permeability
oversized pots with dessert plants. loose rock below pots. Shaped concrete path.
big pots of succulents, decomposed granite paths
When broken into large squares with wide joints, a concrete path turns into permeable paving while still offering a stable surface for walking. Here, the joints are filled with gravel.
“FOR DRIVEWAY” — gbfash
Courtney Oldham
Tarrytown Remodel
Ideabooks4,307
Questions2
A proper path in the gravel, creates a more interesting textured look
garden material costs - A path or drive made of gravel alone costs about $1 per square foot. An asphalt topcoat runs about $2 per square foot; a new asphalt driveway costs $3 to $6.50 per square foot. A new poured concrete path costs $3 to $4 per square foot. Pavers cost $6 to
•A path or drive made of gravel alone costs about $1 per square foot. •An asphalt topcoat runs about $2 per square foot; a new asphalt driveway (including a base layer of gravel and several coats of asphalt) costs $3 to $6.50 per square foot. •A new poured concrete path or driveway costs
relative costs:A path or drive made of gravel alone costs about $1 per square foot. An asphalt topcoat runs about $2 per square foot; a new asphalt driveway (including a base layer of gravel and several coats of asphalt) costs $3 to $6.50 per square foot. A new poured concrete path or driveway costs
“good combo of pavers and pebbles” — ryanmuldoon
Tyler Engle Architects PS
Mt. Baker Courtyard
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shower behind the garage as a rinse-off station. Its semiprivate location creates a feeling of seclusion, as does the path to reach it.
feeling of seclusion, as does the path to reach it. Engle created a hierarchy of circulation through the path materials. The concrete path and back boardwalk easily move visitors from one point to another, whereas the granite boulders to the shower require more effort. This path is subordinate to the other
“Shower fixture” — Mary Huebner
Louise Lakier
1 Review
Casa Balcones
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The front and back entrances are aligned with trees preserved during construction. Here, a concrete path zigzags next to an avocado tree at the front entrance.
The front and back entrances are aligned with trees preserved during construction. Here, a concrete path zigzags next to an avocado tree at the front entrance.
“Modern style” — soniafournier
Streamline Design Ltd. - Kevin Simoes
3 Reviews
Davis Bay
Ideabooks2,900
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non-heart wood, concrete path, mud room door off to side
An aggregate concrete path leads to the entrance. A door to the mudroom is off to the right.The exterior is Douglas fir timber frame made without the wood's heart. Simoes explains that because wood shrinks and expands, you don't want to work with the heart, or center pith, of the wood. Nonheart wood
“Front door” — sandylemoine
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
Crosby Residence
Ideabooks1,119
Questions2
a concrete path wrapped around the edge of the driveway?
concrete porch with step down
exspansive concrete patio
This concrete path wraps itself around the yard and trees like open arms. The angled layout of the home would provide various views from within, allowing this lucky homeowner to have a different perspective from each part of the house.
deck after concrete
“Colors” — Vicki Hanson-Burkhart
WA design
9 Reviews
Saratoga Creek House
Ideabooks3,783
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curves in path or driveway...lessen the hard
Lights in the wall. Inlay in path
Concrete wall with built in light
neat concrete design
like concrete wall for privacy/entry
poured concrete with a pattern
Concrete with curves inset
Pebble inserts in concrete
curved scored concrete
Concrete path Runway
"ribbon" in concrete sidewalk
splash of color to concrete
concrete design...Wood in concrete...CURVE IN PATH...metal and concrete...concrete wall
“Windows” — ddussin
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