28,697 garden paths and walkways Home Design Photos

Tim Davies Landscaping
rock garden / xeriscape with ice plants, succulents, grasses
path covered area clean look
Walkway idea...garden lighting
“Outdoor kitchen” — graceandparis
Lori Scott Landscape Design
Lori Scott Landscape Design
fire-pit, infinity-edge water fountain, and curving steel and cedar pergola. Floor is paved with Cut Bluestone and features a soft green divider. Rain garden helps collect and divert water around the patio and down the slope. Ipe deck with stainless steel cable railings and wide easy-to-navigate steps provides
the pergola walkway to the garage
“Trellis shade” — jukeylynn
Ben Herzog
10 Reviews
Brooklyn Heights Addition
Hello- we designed the addition and rear facade and Elizabeth Cooke King designed the garden. The garden was built by James Stephenson from The Artist's Garden. ... We would definitely recommend him / work with him again.
The back, or garden, elevations of these homes is where more windows and doors can be installed to bring extra light to the interiors.
“Two Story Window Wall” — David DeNofio
Anders Lasater Architects
12 Reviews
Outrigger Residence
path idea...Front garden...garden idea
“Entry” — jkolek85
Sublime Garden Design, LLC
11 Reviews
Mercer Island Residence
Sublime Garden Design
Sublime Garden Design, LLC
stone walkway...for the guam garden...Path to patio
“bench idea” — proaspen
Pool Environments, Inc.
17 Reviews
Natural Private Residence
Our garden is not so big, but we would like to have a pool like this one so we can have some space left where the kids can play.
Swimpool in a beautiful garden
Vertical garden...Stone path...Flagstone walkways
“large stones” — likespanishhouses
Guy Ayers, Architect
5 Reviews
Quince Reverse Shed Eichler
I like the kiyeok structure of the building and the garden surrounded by
walkways and rocking
Ideal for Kirmington garden.
Garden bed...concrete paver path
“Overhang” — ninapennewell
Old Farm
the curved walkway and the square patio
Even without blooms, wisteria leaves soften a pergola, blurring the lines between hardscape and garden. Start from grafted plants vs. seedlings for quicker blooms. Wisteria is best suited to USDA climate zones 5-8. Train new plants by choosing one or a few stems to form a leader and clip off unwanted
“Vine holes” — 213063400
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