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Verdance Landscape Design
2 Reviews
Crabapple tree bosque in bloom
Ideabooks1,567
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Lovely stone path and bench ideas
Large stones set in smaller stones.
maybe a stone bridge to get over...Cut stone...Stones between patio stones...flag stone with gravel...large stepping stones in gravel....The flag stone patio...stones in gravel/concrete...Stone and gravel
“Flagstone” — Kristy Caligiuri
Tali Hardonag Architect
14 Reviews
Concrete floor
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floor with radiant heating is finished in natural tones acid wash. Laser cut leaves from slate, embedded in the floor, seem 'blown in' through the front
“Japanese dining room chairs” — kayokomonroe
Pedersen Associates
7 Reviews
Sausalito Residence
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Custom cut bluestone driveway. Natural cleft, full range bluestone. Barbara Reis Photography
“Interesting cement pattern & texture” — 17sanddune
Loudoun Landscape Architect & Contractor
Greensward LLC creates outdoor living spaces for discerning clients in Northern and Piedmont Virginia.
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Suzman Design Associates
9 Reviews
Rock Garden & Cut Stone Walls
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Rock Garden & Cut Stone Walls
Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
Ideabooks6,718
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Can you tell us if this patio is out of real stone or porcelain tile a
Beautiful. What stone/material is the patio floor made of?
be neat to pull all the dark ones out and just use those! It's a dense stone so it can be used as pool coping, etc. Some flagstones are not very dense
Oh sorry, not the gravel but the stone paving…….Oklahoma flagstone, aka Cherokee Creek, comes from OK.
Look in yellow pages under landscaping or stone supplier.
Nice gravel, stone, rock and grass layout for yard
interest. Why? Because it exemplifies juxtaposition. The boulder rises from the stone patio like a volcano rises from the sea. Both the boulder and the pavers
What kind of stone is used ?...some areas to cut down on watering...Combo of tile, stone and greenery
“Patio ideas” — barb4417
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
13 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
Ideabooks11,232
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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?
The lantern was purchased from a company called "Stone Forest" stoneforest.com a number of years ago. In recently checking their
It is a Japanese stone lantern style called 'Kotoji'. Lanterns were used historically to light
These stepping stones are laid on a compacted baserock bedding, set snuggly so that they will
constuct a highly traveled pathway, I would recommend a concrete base with the stones mortared on top to lessen the possibility of future settlement and a tripping
oriental design, gravel and stone paving
Stones on right w plant between...Mix of stone, natural textured green
“the tiny temple and paved area. semi-permanent driveway path?” — harper57
Prassas Landscape Studio LLC
7 Reviews
Roscoe Village Retreat
Ideabooks1,927
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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....STONE PAVERS WITH BLACK ROCK FILLERS
“Bamboo around deck” — tlcb3944
Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Japanese Tea House
Ideabooks5,183
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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
“Rocks” — alta1999
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