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interesting outdoor space, gravel and steppers
The stepping stones on the gravel
clean lines - simple pea gravel border
gravel walkway flag stones
Pathway with gravel stones
Walkway (gravel)...decorative gravel
Crane House Sonoma Coast
Weaver Design Group
Los Altos Mid Century Modern Home
Hi. Where can you find these lawn decorations? Thanks.
door and decorations on the overhang
decorating with concrete
lawns decoration...decorative gravel
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What is the material used to fill the pathway? Is it gravel or something else?
Thanks for the great story. Gravel really does provide beautiful contrast and usefulness. This seating is wonderful too. Can't imagine shipping
Crushed granite gravel, $60/sq yard or more
Crushed Granite Gravel as opposed to DG, Decomposed Granite.
ANOTHER SMALL GRAVEL TO WALK ON AND IN COLOR TOO??
Maintenance: The upkeep for crushed granite gravel is similar to that for decomposed granite and pea gravel, as it has some of the same qualities as each of those materials.
Crushed Granite Gravel The basics: This one is closely related to decomposed granite, but it's a bit chunkier in texture and size. While DG has quite a bit of silt and almost sand-like particles, crushed granite gravel has larger particles. The texture is not smooth like pea gravel, but this choice is
The entry forecourt, with gravel car parking and soft landscaping. Photo by Emma Cross
Was wondering what gravel/stone was used for the driveway?
These cells are filled with gravel and help keep rainwater in the soil and out of sewers. If you are in a climate that has a lot of snow, and your driveway commonly needs plowing in the winter, gravel can require more maintenance.
Gravel is another surface to consider. It will also need
on one side of the gravel driveway add a touch of elegance to this open space.
Go for gravelGravel is cheaper than concrete for large spaces such as this car parking area. It also adds life and textural interest, particularly if you use a warm-coloured stone like this one. Gravel is more environmentally