16,687 garden paths and walkways Home Design Photos

1 Review
Simple side yard no path needed
Side of the house garden...Rock garden
“Possible idea for dog run?” — meesue
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Acanthus Design-Denise Woolery
4 Reviews
Acanthus Design-Denise Woolery
A colorful, artists home & garden
Nice external wall colour/ garden space
Path and living space
“Pierre avec herbe” — bernicj
square pavers and pebbles for path
like the paver walk path on this patio
paver walkway pattern...garden floor...Rock garden...garden and patio
“Paving / Pebbles” — Kronen Design Company
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
34 Reviews
Washington Property
Want my garden to look like that!!!
one patio to another joined by a path similar to the pool deck
Bending path in grass...Garden separation...The path connecting spaces...Sues garden...garden tiles
“backyards” — bemjohn143
Scot Ragsdale Landscape Design
Southwest Portland 2
in what state is this garden..reminds me of the Seattle area
help a lot to keep the plants hydrated. You can also visit nurseries or garden centers in your area, which would have plants that will grow best in your
The white slingback chairs complement the soft colors of the garden.
Stepping stones, garden and sitting area
I remember reading various writings by gardeners who began with this frustration and found that shade gardening became their preference. I found this
at the bottom of the garden, add some easy nibbles and – voila – a picnic spot fit for a king. See how to choose the perfect garden seat
white sling-back canvas chairs pops out of the dappled shade in this cottage garden in Portland, Oregon, where chic meets hip amid the green foliage of hostas
Like garden and small sitting area
“Flagstones in lawn” — mand08
Grounded - Richard Risner RLA, ASLA
9 Reviews
Grounded - Modern Landscape Architecture
Really nice grasses - consider for path edging. Do not like the grass next to the pavers -- to hard to maintain.
Grasses can work as a hedge, focal plants, textural elements in a walkway or beautiful contrasts to existing structures. There are a host of grasses to
to the Southwest, but I have seen this plant thrive for several years in gardens on the East Coast. In the mid-Atlantic, I like this planted in blocks around
“swinging chairs” — mtorresdp
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
4 Reviews
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
Wall on either side of walkway defining patio
Garden, lights...Stone path
“Love how wide the steps are” — srtibb
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Sunol Landscape
Nice place to walk in between the garden.
small pond though concrete steps extend beyond in square path. Trough fountain
walkway lights...floating walkway...Garden and fountains...water garden...Entrance walkway...water-walkway transition
“Creating met cement” — idskehiemstra
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