1,970 gravel Contemporary Landscape Design Photos

Bliss Garden Design
6 Reviews
Lytle Road, Bainbridge Island - Shaded Creek
Ideabooks4,323
Questions3
How do you keep the gravel clean after the leaves fall?
Yep, I'm afraid of it picking up the gravel. Not so much the mulch. Off to HD this weekend!
Gravel path for a water soaked garden like mine
Love the ferns and the small gravel pathway leading to a shaded spot to sit.
this is fabulous gravel stone and different textures and cols
9. Replace mud with gravel. Decks or boardwalks are worthwhile investments, to be sure, but they aren’t for everyone, and the costs can certainly add up. Luckily you can also solve the puddle problem by laying paths and patios with gravel, pavers and stone. An especially attractive
attractive solution is to lay large pavers or flagstones with gravel or stones filling the spaces between. This has slows people’s paces as they step over the gaps, and it also gives water a place to permeate and drain away. Permeable bricks and pavers are good solutions for driveways and patios, because they
“interesting play on foliage and mixed materials for hardscape” — Viola Gardens
Envision Landscape Studio
8 Reviews
Danville
Ideabooks2,922
Questions1
the different materials in the steps. Like the bench. Like the patio w gravel
squaares and gravel between I LOVE IT TO PUT BY THE FIREPIT, BACK CORNER WHERE THE PLANTER IS.... YEAH
The cement pads with gravel in between
Gravel patio with pavers
The look of pavers/gravel
paver and pea gravel patio
Gravel between stones
“bench connecting to rendered wall” — michaelkeithdavey
A Pleno Sol
Explanada
Ideabooks43,022
Questions8
I like this gravel. I might like a large stone gravel walkway in our lawn, leading from the driveway to the backyard.
Side large umbrella over lounges on gravel.
Gravel area...bench and gravel...Gravel patio area...Pea Gravel + Shade
“love this” — homeideas1969
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Kikuchi & Associates Landscape Architecture
Ideabooks1,767
Questions1
Pea gravel, or what looks like it, in between stepping stones. No weeds!
rocks and bushes with gravel in front yard--great
Stepping stones and gravel
gravel in between stones
gravel and rocks...Stone and gravel...gravel groundcover
“grasses” — liseyd2013
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
Portfolio
Ideabooks8,552
Questions3
Like th concrete pavers and gravel.
cast concrete path in small pea gravel
use as transition from gravel walk on side of house to patio in back.
Concrete rectangles of different shapes with pea gravel inbetween. Can this work by the garage and extend to boardwalk somehow? Note the Junipers which would work.
would it be easy to create these cement squares with gravel?
“Exterior ideas” — sept1955
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Eichler backyard
Ideabooks1,739
Questions3
paving on gravel 7
Gravel and color balls
Like the patio gravel idea
layout of gravel and pavers
square gravel area by pool
Yard with gravel...bluestone gravel...gravel area
“raised bed in front of fence - increase height of plantings especially trees - for privacy” — sueharpole
Erin Lang Norris
Fire Pit DIY
Ideabooks1,106
Questions0
Next we laid pea gravel and called
Good setup with gravel around the fire pit
Next we laid pea gravel and called it quits for the season. Fall was here and the days were getting cooler. I was glad to have this finished before winter set in. We would eventually like to replace the pea gravel with something nicer, but this is what was in our budget at the time. I read a lot about
about the nuisances of pea gravel — that it gets in your house and shoes all the time and that it's difficult to keep clean. I have not found this to be an issue, but then again, the house is far enough from this area that it doesn't get tracked inside, I wear only sandals in the summer, and a leaf blower
“Parrilla” — pajaritovivanco
Envision Landscape Studio
8 Reviews
Oak Tree Retreat
Ideabooks2,548
Questions2
Pad of gravel for fire and chairs
Gravel, rocks, geometry
sectioned gravel seating area
gravel patio under tree
also better not even to pave the soil surface. Trees that you plant generally withstand garden watering better; try to avoid summer watering. Mulch, gravel or stones undeneath, as shown here, is healthier and looks more natural.
Gravel thoughts
“The decor” — siblings2008
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