16 permeable paver Entry Design Photos

Jeffery M Wolf General Contractor, Inc.
7 Reviews
St. Petersburg Yardscape Update
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surrounds the door and is protected from a tile roof overhang. The pavers are permeable and are placed over a gravel sub-base for drainage. Photos-Frank
Carney Logan Burke Architects
3 Reviews
Indian Springs Ranch Residence
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pavers sidewalk
“puertas” — CARAKAS DESIGN GROUP
Melanie Stephens
4 Reviews
West Hollywood Moroccan Home
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Questions3
said, overall we couldn't be happier! (We used and are using again the permeable sealer that you recommend for outdoor installation.) Thanks, Margaret
“Paint floor” — maggiegjames
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Fieldcrest Builders Inc
1 Review
Lake Bluff custom residence
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this space we used a travertine with what they called a "French Quarter Paver" finish, which is basically a thicker tile (3/4") with a tumbled finish and
travertine with what they called a "French Quarter Paver" finish, which is basically a thicker tile (3/4") with a tumbled finish and
this space we used a travertine with what they called a "French Quarter Paver" finish, which is basically a thicker tile (3/4") with a tumbled finish and
“Window” — mdfrank01
Fox Design Studio
Scottsdale Arizona Interior Design
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Questions0
The pavers
“pavers” — uboldi
Platt Builders
16 Reviews
Whole House Renovation, Concord, MA
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Questions5
Brick pavers
“Mud room” — riley0287
Trey Hoff Architecture
10 Reviews
Apsen Knoll
Ideabooks282
Questions1
Tumbled stone/paver type tyle
“Like this floor...for bathroom maybe” — herrick23456
David Brandsen Construction Inc.
4 Reviews
La Playa, Point Loma
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I believe those pavers are Nevada Quartzite. We have used those on driveways as well. Very hard
“railing and glass only” — deborahlynnefarrell
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