1,578 Mexican Decor Asian Home Design Photos

Envision Landscape Studio Inc.
7 Reviews
Japanese Garden
Ideabooks1,450
Questions1
The way in which the Mexican beach pebbles simulate a stream.
Bridge over dry "river bed" (black Mexican rock)
Mexican pebble dry river or creek. Great looking.
Mexican Beach Pebble
“Pebbles tone river with bridge” — Ritchie Frijas
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Jesse Im/bugonmyleaf
1 Review
Stone pavers
Ideabooks2,900
Questions1
Reed Idea with mexican beach pebble
use of blue Mexican river rock
Reed grass in mexican pebble
blue mexican river rock
“Crazy paving” — theo31
Chicago Specialty Gardens, Inc.
5 Reviews
Eastern View
Ideabooks399
Questions0
Ipe decking; decorative La Paz Mexican pebbles; Domani containers; buxus; lightbox of ipe and 3Form Photos courtesy CSG
Mexican pebbles to be placed around flower beds
mexican pebbles...decorative pebbles...decorative stone
“Use of River stone” — doug1087
Signature Landscapes and Design Inc.
Asian Inspired Dry Creek
Ideabooks3
Questions0
The dark cool grey of the Mexican Beach Pebbles creates the look of a flowing river. This dry creek bed acts as a channel to direct stormwater across the backyard. A beautiful way of eliminating erosion problems and soggy ground. This Asian inspired landscape blends nicely with both natural and modern
Sozo Landscape Design
Mexican Native Terrace
Ideabooks9
Questions0
"Tsuboniwa" garden using all Mexican native succulents and grasses in San Miguel de Allende. Plants include Agave montana, Echeveria agavoides, Sedum nussbaumerianum, Otatea acuminata, & Stipa.
Mexican Native Terrace
Native Mexican
Envision Landscape Studio
8 Reviews
Segev Residence
Ideabooks454
Questions0
This small garden utilized clean simple lines to create a revitalizing feng-shui outdoor living space. Brazilian slate, artificial turf, and black Mexican pebbles were used on the ground plane, while an IPE bench, Heavenly bamboo, and Alphonse Karr bamboo were used in the vertical plane to create a simple
“revitalizing feng-shui outdoor living space. Brazilian slate, artificial turf, and black Mexican pebbles were used on the ground plane, while an IPE bench, Heavenly bamboo, and Alphonse Karr bamboo were used in the vertical plane to create a simple
“Bamboo for back of house” — Diana Amado de Florez
Envision Landscape Studio
8 Reviews
Segev Residence
Ideabooks250
Questions0
This small garden utilized clean simple lines to create a revitalizing feng-shui outdoor living space. Brazilian slate, artificial turf, and black Mexican pebbles were used on the ground plane, while an IPE bench, Heavenly bamboo, and Alphonse Karr bamboo were used in the vertical plane to create a simple
bamboo · bench · black mexican pebbles
“bench” — clest720
Shepard Design Landscape Architecture - AJ Shepard
8 Reviews
Greenbre entry
Ideabooks889
Questions1
Check inventories of area landscape/rock suppliers. I've seen it called "Mexican river rock."
Mexican pebble and mulch mix with Japanese maple
Mexican river rock with Japanese influence
“this size rock wouldn't blow away” — arablaze
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