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Fireclay Tile - Debris Series
This mosaic strip runs down the center of an outdoor dining table. The tile used is frost resistant - something to watch out for in this kind of application unless you're in a frost-free area.
Recycled concrete on crushed rock is permeable yet easy to walk on.
Gladding McBean, Piazza Floor Tile & stair tread
Colors in the tile echo the color of the walls, and the black glasstile is about the same color as the wrought iron.
This outdoor dining table sits in an out of the way corner of the garden, where it's used for larger parties. The mosaic strip down the center makes it attractive when not in use.
A decorative channel drain becomes a design element when mixed with salt finish concrete and inlaid stone tile.
Different tile sizes, stone inlay and harmonious colors can make larger spaces appear more intimate.
The bold form of this prickly pear contrasts with finer textures of grasses and flax lilies.
Two similar Arizona flagstone colors meet with curving lines to guide the eye through the space.
This plant is a great accent in winter, and it's native to California, too.
The foliage of these flax lilies works great against gravel, other bluish plants or contrasted with burgundy leaves.
This is a transitional element between a concrete flagstone & paver patio to a redwood deck. The mosaic sits on a concrete slab and will eventually be flanked by sedges at both sides.
Diagonal cuts and two colors of stain make this recycled wood deck more interesting.
The bluish-green pebbles are accentuated by the water, giving this fountain an interesting bottom instead of bare plaster.
A quick texture on wet concrete transforms it into something artistic - and non-slip.
The narrow linear pavers work with the concrete band and pervious pavers to enliven this space.
Mosaic landing, a splash of color in an otherwise green landscape. Other than some sedges, the plants around this landing will go dormant in winter, so the hardscape will bring color while things are dormant, and spice things up while they're not.