43 crush it Asian Home Design Photos

Creative Garden Spaces
5 Reviews
Sauer Residence
crushed rock path edged with steel
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Classic Nursery and Landscape Company
Sammamish, Washington Residence
crushed rock path
“Pathway” — tlcontreras
Designs by Susan Ginesi
4 Reviews
Bernardsville Home
crushed velvet
“Floors and paint color” — dldhome
CWB Architects
C O B U R N - A R C H I T E C T U R E
ambient light as well as ample reading light. This lamp is a choice that requires a good amount of floor space; make sure you won't be trying to crush it between tightly arranged furniture. Think of it as requiring the same amount of space as a large pedestal side table.
“Lamp” — rattenson
Modern Landscape
Where to by colored crushed granite
Ive contacted several local rock yards in San Diego and they all seemm to have only gray crushed granite. Any idea where to get a lighter color. What color is in the picture? Thanks!
“Beautiful!” — debbyford
Asian Landscape
There are two types of gravel in this image: a fine-textured washed pea gravel and a coarse crushed stone.
“look at railings” — rasorgi
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: Artist home and studio overlooking Kangaroo Island
Likely pea gravel or possibly 5/8 minus crushed rock. Both easily available at your local bulk landscape supply store. Pea gravel is not great for walking on since it never compacts, but it also tends to inhibit weeds since it doesn't have the fines that fill in the pores.
“Could be made with something else, like plants.” — Clara Smith
RH Factor Landscape Design
4 Reviews
Cohen Residence Entry Path
what is the crushed black rock you used?
“Outside door” — lozkez
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