1,890 River Rock Asian Home Design Photos

Garden Culture Victoria
2 Reviews
dry creek garden
River Rocks used to create dry creek beds or direct drainage through a property
Plants and the dry river look
dry creek bed with river rock for rain run off?
river rock bed dry creek look
The use of rocks to create
River Rock The basics: River rocks are larger than pea gravel, typically 1 inch and larger in diameter. They're available in a variety of colors, costs and sizes, and are used to create dry creek beds or to direct drainage through a property. Cost: This type of rock is sold by the pound or by the ton
this type of rock; maintenance should be consistent so you can avoid unpleasant cleanups.Special considerations: To create a realistic-looking dry creek bed, use different sizes of river rock with some small and large boulder accents — Mother Nature doesn't limit herself to just one size rock.Maintenance:
“plants occasionally in rocks” — Cody Quinn
Zenteriors by Camian Larson
4 Reviews
River Rock color with tile for shower
Mary Lou likes the river rock trim.
River rocks on backsplash maybe
Grout color on river rock
river rock back splash
River rock backsplash
The river rock tile.
Edging the river rock
backsplash - rocks...the river rock...river rock counter...rocks, counter tile...River rock...light rocks...like the river rock
“backsplash” — emily923
Studio H Landscape Architecture
14 Reviews
Irvine Contemporary Asian
small river rock detail. Mixed use of stone
those fabulous black river rocks around the fire place!
River rock with slate on fireplace!?
outdoor fire place river rocks
gray/black rock surrounding outdoor fireplace
Like the rock accents
Custom river rock fireplace.
love the river rock surround
River rock...Rocks & tile...river rocks...Rock detail
“The small stones as an inset to the middle of the fireplace running top to bottom” — maddhatter1978
Cynthia Knauf Landscape Design Inc
5 Reviews
rocks and plants like these right at the back of the house maybe?
Use diff. size rocks. Some pea gravel and some river rocks
spruce. This conifer has the look of being blown and shaped by the wind over time, almost as if it has surrendered to it. Second, notice the river rock path. The rock placement creates a pattern that simulates moving water.Mastering the technique of perceived movement will set your garden apart from those
“Landscape” — bkaiser578
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
pavers, larger river rock, pea gravel textures to use with steel edging.
I LoVe RoCkS! oodles of Rocks, Pebbles,jPolished sand .. .
rock needed for dry river bed
love these rocks for japanese garden or feng shui feel
shape.The rounded shape of these useful garden stones results from their particles’ being constantly worn down by the action of the sea or the water in rivers or lakes. Here’s how to use the stones in the landscape.
The naming of these rounded rocks depends on their sizing. Pebbles are generally thought of as being the smallest, with a diameter of less than 2½ inches (almost 6½ centimeters); boulders as the largest, at more than 10 inches (64 centimeters) across; and cobbles as in the middle, being 2½ inches to
“Stones” — lilijay
Zenteriors by Camian Larson
4 Reviews
how does the river rock feel when showering? How easy is it to clean and maintain
River rocks are amazing for the feet. It kind of feels like foot spa massage especially with hot showers. We have multicolored ones similar to that in the picture here ...
Love pebble rocks for bathroom /shower area
River rock floor with marble (
do we really like the rocks?
water stands in every shower, not just rock showers
Black river rock shower like the Westin St. John
“River rock” — brooklyn326kap
Richard Kramer
Stanford Garden
I love Japanese rock/ sand garden, however, I am still considering about how to keep easy maintenance for small leaves (from oak tree which are popular in Florida) falling ang tangling in the rock or sand
river rock and stepping stones...sweet little
River Rock example for dry streambed
River rocks plus round stepping stones... Layers add texture
“Bridge” — gvalino
Pedersen Associates
6 Reviews
Sausalito Residence
what type of river rocks were used here and what is the succulent?
The stone is a black mexican river rock 2-3" in diameter. The succlent is an Aeonium harworthii.
Love the rocks and off set stairs...of course succulents
like the slate tile with the river rock edging
river rock border between hardscape & landscape
“cool” — banjolina
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