15,107 gravel Home Design Photos

Perello Building Corporation
5 Reviews
Modern Tuscan Estate
Ideabooks9,841
Questions7
What kind of gravel/stone/aggregate used on driveway? Would river jack work? Beamutiful
what kind of aggravate, gravel, stone used? Can you
stone is 1/2" crushed natural gravel. Depending on your location there are several variations for the source of the crushed gravel.
I find the greatest challenge to a gravel driveway is weed suppression. What do you use below the gravel? Thank You.
would avoid them merely for the unpleasant smell. It's just freaky. And a gravel road is far less expensive than concrete or asphalt and far more environmentally
spaced ornamental pear trees (Pyrus sp) act as mile markers down this long gravel driveway, each pair taking you one step closer to the destination. Without
Belgium block and gravel. note the
“Driveway” — sacorrell
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Schmechtig Landscapes
6 Reviews
Plant Bed Ideas,Winnetka,IL.
Ideabooks3,870
Questions1
Haugness61, the gravel used for the pathway is Wisconsin Flint
the mix of gravel and brickwork design used on the path
Dividing up gravel sections with bricks...Red toned pea gravel and brick edging...Gravel with brick borders...Brick and gravel...Gravel with brick border...red brick & gravel...Like bricks and gravel...gravel pathway...brick and gravel path...Brick & gravel...Divided gravel path
“Look at gravel sidewalk” — dmbeutel
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
6 Reviews
Kitchen courtyard
Ideabooks6,689
Questions4
fabric to contain the granular gravel base and keeps the gravel and bark from mixing.
Transition between.stone and gravel would look better if it wasn't
wasn't a straight line, but was a curve either into the stone using gravel, or into the gravel using stone.
gravel path, roof separating two building with court yard
Grey Gravel and concrete pavers edging
“path” — warnerpat47
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Peninsula Estate 03 (Design by Suzman Cole Design Associates)
Ideabooks7,947
Questions3
Is this pea gravel? It looks a little darker than I've seen. Is it mixed with anything? Its a beautiful space.
This gravel can be go by many names. I would suggest printing this out (or bringing a digital copy) to your local stone supply yard.
be more like a standard pea gravel, but could also be a larger Pami Pebble or Lodi. Your best bet would be to visit your local landscape supplier.
It looks very similar to the gravel in this photo. The designer says it is locally called "Tuscany" or "black
French garden design. The key is restraint. A simple fixture at the end of a gravel path is all you need as a focal point.
they might seem like a low-budget cop-out, loose materials like gravel, crushed rock, compacted shale and decomposed granite can be an inexpensive yet elegant
love gravel path, boxwoods and garden
“gravel pathway, pedestal & sphere” — olliee80
Alma-nac
Slim House, London
Ideabooks1,711
Questions1
Trellis-lined gravel path Turn an ultra-narrow backyard into an enchanting allée by lining the walls with wood trellises and climbing plants. A gravel path is
Trellis-lined gravel path. Turn a narrow row-house back lot into an enchanting allée by lining the walls with wood trellises and climbing plants. A gravel path
Trellis-lined gravel path. Turn a narrow row-house back lot into an enchanting allée by lining the walls with wood trellises and climbing plants. A gravel path
Trellis-lined gravel pathTurn an ultra-narrow backyard into an enchanting allée by lining the walls with wood trellises and climbing plants. A gravel path is
Trellis-lined gravel path Turn a narrow garden into an enchanting passage by lining the walls with wood trellises and climbing plants. A gravel path is an
“small house !” — trabs
Margot Hartford Photography
13 Reviews
Woodside residence
Ideabooks812
Questions2
Gravel around tree. Better option than paving which would move over time
The side of the house opens up onto a low-maintenance gravel deck outfitted with a table and chairs. The homeowner’s favorite color is Mediterranean blue
new side yard features low-maintenance and low-water plants and permeable gravel for the dry California climate. A turquoise hanging chair from Anthropologie
soft gravel, seating is nice.
“Hanging chair” — rkschuster
Troy Rhone Garden Design
17 Reviews
Contemporary Cottage Garden teak table and chairs
Ideabooks7,822
Questions5
Its just a local pea gravel. Thanks for the question
You can get a similar look to this gravel if you used pebble tile.
gravel patio. level and well tamped down soil with only 1/2 to 1 inch of pea gravel.
surrounded by planter boxes, small gravel patio
Lay gravel for a low-key lookWho needs grass when you can have gravel, huh? This perennial favourite is popular for
(by tamping the soil underneath) and to use only ½ to 1 inch of gravel.How to use gravel and stone in the landscape
raised flower beds planted with cheerful yellow and orange marigolds. A pea gravel patio adds texture and firm footing for the table. To successfully install
love the pea gravel, raised beds...and to use only ½ to 1 inch of gravel.
“Courtyard” — ssibma
Katia Goffin Gardens
7 Reviews
North Arlington Residence
Ideabooks47,821
Questions9
Woodland Garden: A curvaceous pea gravel path directs the visitor through the woodland garden located at the back and back side of the house. It is planted
What is the gravel/stone pathway called...exact name and where would you get it
How do you clear the leaves from the path without blowing gravel everywhere? I had crushed granite
I'm interested in the Pea Gravel pathway. Steps to create? Tamping, Sand and how deep?
oak trees that shed tons of leaves. Broom or blower made a mess of the gravel. I love the more natural look though so would like suggestions for an
sorry i meant 1 inch sand to 2 inches gravel on a tamped base with pave stone boarder
Be aware that your gravel is probably going to be all over your
“Private path, lots of natural light” — kealaniii
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