Amy Renea
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Longwood Gardens traditional-exterior
 

Longwood Gardens

Allenaim Photography of Longwood Gardens, PA
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Another way to create a protected pathway is to simply offer curves. On a curved pathway, the stroller can "hide" around the next bend. A curve also gives the sense of a vista beyond, even if one does not exist. A simple straight walkway with woods close on either side, with no vista at the end creates a claustrophobic atmosphere and walkers will rush through. A curve invites you stroll peacefully.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Art Nomura added this to art_nomura's boardwalk ideas
March 28, 2014
rustic curved
Lynda Merican added this to terrace
September 19, 2013
boardwalk
663cherryridge added this to Exterior Ideas
June 25, 2013
boardwalk through the woods
makovrmum added this to Dream acreage
April 22, 2013
Boardwalk
Jane Davies added this to garden
January 30, 2013
If the fence is extended...add curves to pathway
cscaddan added this to cscaddan's ideas
January 19, 2013
curve the boardwalk, from edge of driveway around back of garage (have to make room for the generator anyway) and join the deck... ground cover and perenial bushs all around.
trolleydolly added this to trolleydolly's ideas
October 24, 2012
curved path to gsarden
lululululu5 added this to lululululu5's ideas
October 21, 2012
garden
ohyeahnow added this to ohyeahnow's ideas
October 14, 2012
Love curves.
jojijojo added this to jojijojo's ideas
August 20, 2012
have wooden path go straight to garage door
stellaevans added this to stellaevans's ideas
July 30, 2012
boardwalk
kimgardner added this to materials
July 22, 2012
walkway
emilytbrady added this to emilytbrady's ideas
June 18, 2012
wooden boardwalk
knog added this to knog's Favorites
June 1, 2012
Curve the boardwalk
utcynwmn added this to utcynwmn's Favorites
May 28, 2012
Patio
pattichen added this to landscape
May 26, 2012
Walkway to back fence??
Leigh Williams added this to Garden
March 31, 2012
What about wood?
lisamarink added this to lisamarink's ideas
March 14, 2012
walkway for the property
jhodge added this to jhodge's ideas
March 3, 2012
Love this for front and back
virnon added this to virnon's Favorites
February 6, 2012
Walk way
39sth added this to 39sth's Favorites
January 31, 2012
textures
suebrooks65 added this to suebrooks65's ideas
January 30, 2012
lovely curve into wood......ahhh one day....
jennieandmichael added this to Jennieandmichael Landscape
January 30, 2012
"Create a protected pathway is to simply offer curves. A curve gives the sense of a vista beyond, even if one does not exist."
delanj added this to delanj's Favorites
January 30, 2012
The concept of a curved path being more inviting than a straight one.
lindysharpe added this to lindysharpe's ideas
January 29, 2012
barnboards!
guswbrown added this to guswbrwon's Favorites
January 29, 2012
Too the rock quarry?
tracebrowning added this to futue
January 29, 2012
Another way to create a protected pathway is to simply offer curves. On a curved pathway, the stroller can "hide" around the next bend. A curve also gives the sense of a vista beyond, even if one does not exist. A simple straight walkway with woods close on either side, with no vista at the end creates a claustrophobic atmosphere and walkers will rush through. A curve invites you stroll peacefully.
lawgeorge added this to lawgeorge's Favorites
January 29, 2012
use barn timbers
turtlesheen added this to TurtleSheen's Favorites
January 29, 2012
This pathway!
Logan-Nguyen Design added this to exterior
January 27, 2012
Pathway reminds me of one in a national park
carmal added this to carmal's ideas
January 18, 2012
love the walkway
vikonkovik added this to vikonkovik's ideas
December 18, 2011
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