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Exteriors By Chad Robert
can have astro turf and stone path to putting green
Squares in grass path
stone path, choice of plants
Love PAth...Garden path...Cool path
I live the flagstone path and the flowers
Path and the azaleas
Paths to remember...Stone path...garden path
Have you used white lights or green bulbs?
What kind of lights did you use?How many? Placed on branches?
LOVE this! I have a similar Oak & would love to apply this lighting
Lovely up-lighting in this tree...a thing of beauty creates a majical resting spot.
tree lighting gives a romantic look
Background lighting - more than lighting the tree
Love the lighting on the tree
can light it up like this one.
I have this tree, lights would be breathtaking
When you light trees, you bring ambient light to the area and encourage circulation to it. A lit landscape viewed from inside a home is a great asset and encourages movement to the outside. Focusing landscape lighting on trees rather than paths draws the eye up and stokes curiosity.
Did your firm design the exterior lighting?
thank you. yes I laid out the lighting. What you see here are 4" ground recessed uplights.
I'm sorry I don't think I have that information anymore. It is a stain and the color is a light taupe color. Hope that helps.
Love the back lighting up against the fence to brighten backyard landscape
low voltage lighting to north side along house between flagstone path and house. continue to north side
and lighting thoughts. painted fence
The two tone really works with the lighting.
Bamboo and lights, part of courtyard/villa wall...
Homeland Design, llc
Classic Tudor Remodel in Bend Oregon
voltage lighting...outdoor lighting...concrete path...Exterior light
Rhonda Kieson Designs
Pathways and gates
home's interior design. This gateway is loaded with tiny yellow roses and is a welcome sight after a long winter season. The grass that lines the path is Liriope (Monkey grass). Small sprigs (6-8 leaves each) were planted 6" apart. It took a couple of growing seasons to obtain the look you see here
fence design provides light and privacy--nice!
again wide board picket fence in back is balance of privacy and light
The grass that lines the path is Liriope (Monkey grass). Small sprigs (6-8 leaves each) were planted 6" apart. It took a couple of growing seasons to obtain the look you see here
mossy stone path to front door!
I like the little path, the pergolas and the doors
Doors, Path Design, Ambience
Path from master bath
hobbit path...outdoor lighting...wall lighting
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
Serenity in the plants lightness and the big size of "plattorna".
cast concrete path in small pea gravel
Different shape concrete squares coming from front to back as a path in the dg
Like the concrete path pads
path and plantings...Foot path