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Traditional Exterior
Ideabooks2,570
Questions5
What is the plant both sides of the path please?
white geraniums on side of path
Flowers on the path
“Clapboard up to gable; window shutters.” — chrisatted
Dufner Heighes Inc
living room
Ideabooks1,913
Questions5
Check out some of these sconces: http://www.hammerton.com/catalog/products_listing.php?cPath=23_46
http://www.dufnerheighes.com -Handpainted wallpaper = The wallpaper is from a company called Fromental. It is hand-painted to fit the exact dimensions of the space. -willsshott - Check out some of these sconces: http://www.hammerton.com/catalog/products_listing.php?cPath=23_46
“Orquídeas” — clarushka
The Design Build Company
15 Reviews
Solana xeriscape, cameron flagstone, drought tolerant, terrace retaining walls
Ideabooks14,152
Questions6
Love the way the path looks!!
Path to the walkout
“Love the stone steps!” — pameladg
Bruce Kading Interior Design
3 Reviews
California Maison
Ideabooks3,218
Questions6
A similar color is Pebble Path 330F-4 by Behr.
Pebble Path 330F-4 by Behr.
Pebble path 330F-4 behr
“Table” — cchermitt27
Turnbull Griffin Haesloop
Sonoma County Residence
Ideabooks3,196
Questions3
Is that a design on the concrete path?
Path to granny...stripey path
“Simplicity” — Lilyvilla Gardens
Howard Design Studio
2 Reviews
Georgian Classic Garden
Ideabooks7,041
Questions7
what is the ground cover to the right and left of the path
Like the path leading to fountain
Path for front garden
“Nice formal design” — margotdebarmore
Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Sea Cliff Hideaway
Ideabooks11,492
Questions10
I noticed that comment on the plantings between the pavers along the drive. I love a split path drive and I've been considering replacing my cracked up concrete driveway with something more like this. Can you give info as how the installation was done or the material used. I'm considering options
“Modern effect of paving, planting and garage door.” — holme1
Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)
Wrought-Iron Gate and Brick Path
Ideabooks1,358
Questions0
the driveway to the courtyard and breaks up the solidity of the stone walls, crafted by an italian stonemason. The winding, informally-planted brick path leads to the back door, in contrast to the formal front entry. Photo: Grey Crawford.
Wrought-Iron Gate and Brick Path
“Trees” — Tami Greene
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