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June Scott Design
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Altadena Craftsman
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bring softness to a lawn-free yard. Grasses can also be a good lawn alternative in a front yard, especially paired with paving-stone paths and a ground cover.
Big clumps of grasses creeping over the edges of pathways and other hardscaped areas bring softness to a lawn-free yard. Grasses can also be a good lawn alternative in a front yard, especially paired with paving-stone paths and a ground cover.
alternative in a front yard, especially paired with paving-stone paths and a ground cover.
No lawn- paved pathway and beautiful grasses
and other hardscaped areas bring softness to a lawn-free yard. Grasses can also be a good lawn alternative in a front yard, especially paired with paving-stone paths and a ground cover.Browse great ornamental grasses
“Grasses” — hfjames
Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Sea Cliff Hideaway
Ideabooks11,508
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Do you really think this stone could hold up to the weight of a car? Any concern with cracking?
Are the planters solid stone with mortar, or are they veneer?
material used. I'm considering options of this manner for future updates. Also noticed the sidwalk is divided in to 2-3'concrete square pads? love the stone around the entry! Lovely architecture/interiors appreciate all suggestions.
Modern effect of paving, planting and garage door.
use HVAC foundation pad as stepping stones
placed stones with grass or plant growing around
Plant between the paving stonesPlanting hardy green ground cover between paving stones helps to soften the appearance of a driveway, while also drawing attention to the mix of slabs in various sizes. This detail is teamed with beds created using chunky stone, giving this house front both
“Back garage door” — shannyik
Michael Kelley Photography
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Malibu Lake Residence
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This is one of the most fun-looking outdoor rooms I've seen. Instead of decking or paving stones, there is grass, which feels great on bare feet and is inviting to the canine family members. Two swings are suspended from the roof beam. I hope the kids aren't the only ones who get to use those. And I
15. This is one of the most fun-looking outdoor rooms I’ve seen. Instead of decking or paving stones, there is grass, which feels great on bare feet and is inviting to the canine family members. Two swings are suspended from the roof beam. I hope
“Patio” — krazy07
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OKB Architecture
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Avon Avenue
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Driveway option: Recycled concrete. Breaking up and relaying concrete is another ecologically sound way to refurbish existing concrete. Broken-up pieces of sidewalk or used concrete paving stones can be used to build new paths, walkways
used concrete paving stones can be used to build new paths, walkways or raised planters around your home and yard.
Crazy paving and GREEN outdoor room
Breaking up and relaying concrete is another ecologically sound way to refurbish existing concrete. Broken-up pieces of sidewalk or used concrete paving stones can be used to build new paths, walkways or raised
Breaking up and relaying concrete is another ecologically sound way to refurbish existing concrete. Broken-up pieces of sidewalk or used concrete paving stones can be used to build new paths, walkways or raised planters around your home and yard.More: How to Tear Out That Old Concrete PatioHow to Pick the
“Amazing. super clean and bright!” — ckelson
The Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
Tree House-Kiawah Island
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What type of stone is pool coping and stepping stone? thanks
how do i know how deep to put the stones & how far apart for the grass
how do i know how deep to put the stones & how far do i seperate for the grass
Hi, The stones are not rough because they are "filled" and honed. They were not poured in place, but purchased as local pavers. Hope that helps.
Do you know what actually got planted? It looks like a moss not a grass. We pretty much have the same stone laid right now, and trying to decide what to put in between. We did 3" spacing by the way.
J: I selected this for the paving stones embedded in the grass.
The layers, cleanliness and use of space, mixed in with earth, water, stone, air and light.
“The lawn stones” — scoutabout
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Secret Gardens
Ideabooks16,741
Questions3
d Tim make a design out of the flat square stones?
pebble and stone straight path- ending with steps and hedge
Nice Sett detail in gravel paving
the stone pavers placed inside the crushed stone pathway
Steeped in tradition. A path that combines gravel with paving stones creates a European-inspired look that makes a wander through the garden that bit more interesting. I love how the paving diamonds grow and shrink in size to give the pathway a sense of movement and perspective
“Planting” — yabler
The Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
Tree House-Kiawah Island
Ideabooks7,564
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on the marsh side of the house. Once you enter through the door, the entire house opens up into the glass-filled living room. Likewise, the tabby paving stone path leads out to the pool area that opens to the marsh.The home is elevated because of storm surges, and this facade is a nod to the gabled roofline
“stairs and covered raised walkway” — Rachel Tague
Hsu McCullough
4 Reviews
Boise Residence
Ideabooks1,735
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deck, pavers, stones set freestyle amongst trees
stones for front yard. look and feel
In the garden featured here, a raised wooden deck mixes nicely with paving stones for a contemporary design.With sandy soils, you often see lots of soil showing in arid and coastal climates. The soil has a strong visual presence
“raised deck plus paving stones” — djmaej
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