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S.M. CONTRACTING INC
1 Review
Bridies Path
Ideabooks6,879
Questions5
Covered walkway, stone wall and path
simple breezeway with path to front porch
Path from master bedroom to pool...path idea...Bridies Path
“Passage way to garage” — mpl61
ORBIS design
Jesmon Terrace
Ideabooks4,707
Questions3
two deck areas, with path between, use ground cover not grass
table, chairs, path, general layout, minimalist
lightness of space, green against white...Path to studio...stone path leading to another...Stepping path
“small garden” — robinamccann
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
6 Reviews
Overview
Ideabooks12,717
Questions5
It is Elfin Thyme. A great spreading groundcover that can take light foot traffic.
because you can't see the whole garden at once. You want to follow that path and then investigate what's back there in the corner. Wouldn't it be fun
soft textual plants by the path...Look at this path!...Deck path.
“Low maint., great eye appeal” — kcovganka
Ted Lare Design Build & Garden Center
Pathways
Ideabooks7,501
Questions5
stone. The creamy buff path stone and stairs is 'Bay de Noc', which is a layer of stone no longer available from the quarry. The path stone with more brown
ornemental grass on edge of path
Use of boulders an foot paths...Walking path for scarlet...Steps and path...Stone & Paver Paths
“Our backyard” — ssschulze
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
Cottage garden
Ideabooks8,278
Questions3
Light green and dark green contrast of hostas
square foot or higher for stone or brick. Gravel or decomposed granite paths are usually less expensive to install than concrete, stone or brick. If you
red brick path...Walk path...Flower path...Brick path
“color shaping” — ariel91
sususu
mediterranean retreat in palo alto
Ideabooks4,432
Questions2
above 100 to 110 sometimes; winters are mild but can get icy and sometimes light snow. I love the idea of brick laid in sand, but is it a good idea/investment
Herringbone path leads to fountain courtyard
house.Herringbone and basket weave designs were the most commonly used in paths, as seen in this beautiful example, where the same bricks are used in the
“What about finding some kind of antique gate that would look interesting?” — ashleyvincent
Deborah Cerbone Associates, Inc.
6 Reviews
A Classic Country White Garden
Ideabooks13,676
Questions4
wooded lot with just paths and sitting area
walking paths in the woods...path to the river?
“slate” — katierose67
Infinite Possibilities
1 Review
Backyards
Ideabooks1,202
Questions0
light and space...Path anywhere in grass...Stone path...Paver path...I like the path
“layout” — rshepherd18
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