139 Stone fireplace surround Asian Landscape Design Photos

Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
Ideabooks6,079
Questions9
What kind of stone is used ?
Can you tell us if this patio is out of real stone or porcelain tile a
Look in yellow pages under landscaping or stone supplier.
Cover big stone and plan zen seating
Black mondo grass and Japanese maple. I like the black stones too, and those nice rocks. The grass surround on the other two sides adds a nice softness.
combo of stone/gravel/pavers/seating makes a large area of
big stone incorporated into patio stones
This patio is full of 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 are related by means of material and share similar colors, but they differ
“pavers for our private space?? Instead of concrete??” — spirithills
Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Japanese Tea House
Ideabooks749
Questions0
side. The gravel path contains a Japanese dry river bed and an Inukshuk sculpture, metaphysically designed. The surrounding garden is the inner Roji garden and contains a Roji stepping stone path designed with a metaphysical pattern. pattern. Photo credits:Dan Drobnick
and an Inukshuk sculpture, metaphysically designed. The surrounding garden is the inner Roji garden and contains a Roji stepping stone path designed with a metaphysical pattern. pattern.
Inukshuk sculpture, metaphysically designed. The surrounding garden is the inner Roji garden and contains a Roji stepping stone path designed with a metaphysical pattern.
the right. The stone and the way it is stacked.
“Statue” — slikbadnik
Garden Architecture
3 Reviews
Garden Architecture/Robert Trachtenberg
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Questions1
Secret garden. Nestled into a lush garden, this hot tub with a concrete surround manages to look both modern and a bit wild
concrete surround manages to look both modern and a bit wild, like something discovered on a walk through the grounds of an overgrown estate.
with a concrete surround manages to look both modern and a bit wild, like something discovered on a walk through the grounds of an overgrown estate.
Secret garden. Nestled into a lush garden, this hot tub with a concrete surround manages to look
lush garden, this hot tub with a concrete surround manages to look both modern and a bit wild, like something discovered on a walk through the grounds of an overgrown estate.
Secret garden. Nestled into a lush garden, this hot tub with a concrete surround manages to look both modern and a bit wild, like something discovered on a walk through the grounds of an overgrown estate.
“Love the idea of a hot tub like this” — komallory
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Cynthia Knauf Landscape Design Inc
5 Reviews
HOME IN A MEADOW
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Photography: Jim Westphalen Integration of Prairie-style architecture and Japanese garden. Palette of patterned and textures borrowed from the surroundings. Sequence of places makes a continuous necklace around the home.
I have Mexican Wedding stones and wonder how to keep them clean?
nice for the surrounding area of house; will keep dirt out.
Like the stones w flat rocks
like the stone and pebble path
Reminder re careful stone placement and juxtaposition
“Asian feel. Exterior” — GAL Digital Environments
Daryl Toby - AguaFina Gardens International
7 Reviews
Zen Garden
Ideabooks4,200
Questions2
Design Element 5. Texture This picture seems to be of a stone garden. Stone gardens use lines to create a work of art. In this garden the element of texture is used a lot. The texture
zen garden surrounding a raised sand box?
Try to see rocks as islands and gravel as water that surrounds them. With a little imagination you can get a sense of water flowing around the beautiful rock in this relaxing Zen garden made by AguaFina Gardens
rocks symbolizing mountains in a quiet Zen garden. The gravel has been hand-raked to suggest the ripples on the surface of water caused by a dropped stone. The circular lines intersect other raked lines, parallel ones that have yet another sense of energy. Add the play of shadow and light and this moment
“Japan garden” — maddwax
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
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Questions6
Low fountain surrounded by square low wall and embedded in plants
backyard, rect slabs with river stone
or square center piece out of stone
rr tie bed with water feature surrounded by plants
This landscape architect has gained inspiration from the surrounding marsh grasses and brought grasses into the his plant palette. They connect the built part of the landscape to its natural surroundings.
both symmetrical and asymmetrical aspects. They are certainly made from the same stone and feature the same square proportions. But there are different textures, shapes and colors of vegetation in each planter, infusing a touch of asymmetrical balance into the design.More:A Fine Balance Makes the Space
“Planter” — congomom2012
Bio Friendly Gardens
2 Reviews
Japanese Garden, Contemporary Garden, California Garden
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Questions1
Path made of large limestone stepping stones surrounded by the same color gravel. Darker bark or mulch on the sides.
pebbles with larger stepping stone pathway
stepping stones and platform.
Stone path onside of house
STONE AND GRAVEL...flat stone?...stone path...Gravel stone path...Stones in path...stepping stone
“Path made of large limestone stepping stones surrounded by the same color gravel. Darker bark or mu” — frontyardlandscape
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: Artist home and studio overlooking Kangaroo Island
Ideabooks2,078
Questions2
smooth stones to create a curving maze.
Walk a labyrinth. Labyrinths have a long history among spiritual seekers. If you like the experience, why not make one of your own in the backyard? Use river stones, either
Ornate stone design is clean and simple, very attractive.
labyrinth. Labyrinths have a long history among spiritual seekers. If you like 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 a design — you can find many labyrinth designs with a quick online search
something completely different? Add a meditative element with your very own backyard maze. Mark out a space and fill it with gravel, then use smooth stones to create a curving maze.
“Spiral” — ragdamcafee
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