3,131 composite stone Asian Home Design Photos

Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
13 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
Are the large stones cemented or just laid on the gravel?
Please tell me what type of boarder or divider seperates the mulch and stone?
hand selected and placed to complement one another as well as overall composition within the garden. The small rocks or gravel is called "Pami Pebble"
The divider is Trex, the brand name for a composite material using recycled plastic and sawdust. Trex is primarily a decking
found it subject to less shrinkage, warping and discoloration than other composite headerboard products.
The lantern was purchased from a company called "Stone Forest" stoneforest.com a number of years ago. In recently checking their website, I no longer
The divider is Trex, the brand name for a composite material using recycled plastic and sawdust
“Back yard” — ishalen
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: Artist home and studio overlooking Kangaroo Island
then use smooth stones to create a curving maze.
Keep flat stones in a multiuse area to create labyrinth when desired
Visual interest .... Gluing a spike under each stone will keep it
River Stone Labyrinth | Moveable Landscape Art
the experience, why not make one of your own in the backyard? Use river stones, either collected on walks or purchased from the garden store, and lay out
backyard maze. Mark out a space and fill it with gravel, then use smooth stones to create a curving maze.
“Front Yard!!!!” — enderstao
Gardening By Design
Calm sanctuary
I want this without the stone area - just the low deck flooring part
I love this composite decking material and would love to use it at our new home.
Don't want random stepping stones like this
stepping stones...flagstone and stone...Stone Path...rock, stepping stones...deck and stepping stone path
“stone pathway” — priyanka_pillai
Prassas Landscape Studio LLC
7 Reviews
Roscoe Village Retreat
What is the name of stone? And where can I buy it?
I want to make a deck by this stone and could you tell me how to make
make it and how much cost this stone? I am living in Virginia so where is the right place to order this stone. Thank you
area. If you are in this area you can check with Charles Luck for this stone.
The stone is bluestone. In the Chicago area it is readily available at landscape
kind of like the stone and plants.
“That's nice” — janebj
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
13 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
The gray colored path is a concrete path with black stone imbedded into the top surface in a finish treatment known in the industry
use of circle stones in middle...stepping stones...Mix of grass stone mulch...Stepping stones for courtyard...stepping stones and daylilies...Stepping stones in wood
“The bridge.” — misseve1
Bio Friendly Gardens
2 Reviews
Japanese Garden, Contemporary Garden, California Garden
The gravel stone between the rock stones
Stepping stones lead the way into this garden oasis
larger flat stones set in a gravel bed. stones could be dark gray and more flat
alignment of step stones w/ gravel...this stone...Stone walkway 4...above-ground stones....fence and stones japanese...stone path...Stone path onside of house
“blends DG with mulch” — mariaguas
TERRIGENOUS Landscape Architecture
history of New England timber structures. Once you walk down the curved stone stairs and enter the building, an eight person hot tub allows one to float
Love the separate cabana sanctuary and the stone path
Like the stone work. Stone steps
Half stone wall...Stone stairs...Stone wAlk...Stone steps...Love the stone...Stone work...Stone railing...stone ladder
“Cottage living” — Marta Arellano
Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Japanese Tea House
surrounding garden is the inner Roji garden and contains a Roji stepping stone path designed with a metaphysical pattern. pattern. Photo credits:Dan Drobnick
idea of a stone path around trees and adding woodsy foliage
Gravel path Stacked stones figure Stacked stones low wall Plants create soft edge
This impressive stacked-stone figure on the path to a Japanese teahouse is based on the inukshuk, a landmark cairn long used by native Arctic peoples.
Your garden substrate goes a long way to set the mood. While concrete and stone are certainly utilitarian, other choices may be more tactile. Gravel offers
Stones, pebble garden path, hut, ferns
“Stone d” — bebow
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