20,635 path Home Design Photos

Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
8 Reviews
Maine Retreat
Ideabooks18,143
Questions2
I like the curve of the path and color of the stone
The hot water tank Down the side of the house is a great place for a windy garden path to lead an
water tankDown the side of the house is a great place for a windy garden path to lead an eye invitingly. Use of quaint lattice screens to match the house
Walk path from front to back by garage
“Aaa” — April
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Landscape - Port Melbourne
Ideabooks1,183
Questions0
Front entry with grey stone tiled path
love the path...Path way...path amongst the gardens...raised wooden path...garden path...Wood path...deck path...Love this path...Timber path...main garden path...The path...wooden path
“deck path” — donnamartin80
Lear & Mahoney Landscape Associates
5 Reviews
Actor's Colony North Haven Village New York
Ideabooks2,096
Questions0
LOVE the path -HATE the grass. Use mazus instead
Stone path to and from house...Path way to pool equipment....path thru grass...Grass and stone path...Path stones...Love this path...Side yard path
“Jardim” — lmzc
Whitmores Landscaping
Zen Rock Garden
Ideabooks4,029
Questions1
winding pathway of gravel. Raised beds allow the plants to spill over into the path, working with the twisting trail to obscure a traveler’s view and create
wall along path- or bump ins for trees-not symmetrical
Lay out provocative paths. After the stage is set, the story begins to unfold; the journey begins in the form of the garden path. The traveler places emphasis
journey. These paths will seldom be straight. Sometimes the most memorable trips involve layovers rather than direct flights. Serpentine paths allow a sense
“schist wall” — waxgirl
Bliss Garden Design
8 Reviews
Suhr-Brown, Bainbridge Island, WA
Ideabooks3,851
Questions3
I love this path! The crushed granite in combination with flat stones looks great. I'm wondering
of width and base layer preparation is best (same PNW climate). Does the path need buried edging to keep the gravel in place? Finally, what about durability
I am sure debris still makes it way to the path. Its best to not allow the debris to decompose on the path otherwise you can end up with weeds in the
stepping stones on mortar to keep them from rocking in the gravel. For this path, the gravel is 3/4" clean crushed granite to a depth of about 3". Area is
weight commercial weed cloth with seams overlapped & pinned. This particular path has no edging, though I do often use edging. It depends on how clean a look
“Mondo” — kcook57
THOMAS KYLE: Landscape Designer
A GARDEN THAT TELLS A STORY
Ideabooks7,198
Questions5
type of gravel is used for the path? We cannot find white/gray pe
Crushed stone is a fabulous, easy way to create a path with a satisfying underfoot crunch. Just make sure that you lay porous, draining polypropylene
What kind material is used for the path...opposite the path? thank you...Add some paths to the garden...Love the path...gravel path...gravel paths...Path for backyard...A clean path...Add some paths...path for dog...courtyard paths...Crusher fine path.
“curves and natural edges” — lisanicks
Indese
P and P Marrakesh Hua Hin
Ideabooks1,469
Questions4
the flow of traffic through the room — generally the path between doorways. Don’t block that path with any large pieces of furniture if you can avoid it
the flow of traffic through the room — generally the path between doorways. Don’t block that path with any large pieces of furniture if you can avoid it
the flow of traffic through the room – generally the path between doorways. Don’t block that path with any large pieces of furniture if you can avoid it
“Rule of thumb: for pathways.” — Designer Accents
Rebecca Smith Garden Design
Haslemere Garden
Ideabooks1,412
Questions0
A mown path through bluebells and trees lures on a sunny day.
I like the path and the plants tucked in the planter.
ah yes a nice foot path...garden path...path style...Path to Mark's house...Path stones...A path in Gods creation...Nice garden path...Side path...Natural path for the garden...Zigzag path...garden path...Garden Entry/path
“Garden” — mjpspecial
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