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Tangerine in the Desert
Square concrete pads and rocks surrounding them...
double door entry, concrete pads, desert landscape
Love the door color and like the lead in with the concrete path.
doors and concrete pads.
Stone and concrete entry walk
New Concrete
“light house w/dark trim” — tifflong
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
Houzz Tour: A Labor of Modern Love in Costa Mesa
Name the plant in the pot on concrete foundation.
How do I work with someone to make a concrete pattern for my home?
Most of the driveway contractors do brick paver, asphalt or straight concrete or stamped concrete. How do I work with someone to make a concrete pattern for my home?
Front door plus concrete pads and plantings
Horizontal fence, concrete squares and landscape
sawcut new concrete in courtyard to create pads of concrete with groundcover between and
AFTER: The front of the home got a modern facelift with a creative concrete walkway, low maintenance and drought-tolerant native plants, and a wooden fence that plays on the low, lean look of a midcentury ranch home.Although the back of the house opens to the golf course, the front offers plenty of privacy
“Door n garden” — Natalie Benz
Martin King Photography
5 Reviews
Concrete pads grass, pebble and mondo grass surrounds
irregular square and rectangular step pads in front and back
Large glass windows and concrete pavers
Backyard -geometric concrete in yard Pool -elevated concrete walls around pool Open views from all posterior rooms
Concrete Patio Pads
Concrete blocks and paneling
Concrete pads...Concrete Work...concrete patio
“Mid century modern Pool and window placing” — awesomerai
Tara Bussema - Neat Organization and Design
Houzz Tour: A Labor of Modern Love in Costa Mesa
photo by Tara Bussema © 2012 Houzz Landscape architect Andy De Young of Omni Design Concrete experts: Robertson's http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/5537828/list/My-Houzz--An-Orange-County-Ranch-Gets-Into-the-Swing-of-Things
Hi there Can you please tell me if those pebbles are stuck down with a special type of adhesive?? I've cut gaps in the concrete to create the same effect, however I'm stuck on what to use to stick the pebbles in place as they will be gathering water or move out of place...Many
love the floor with the different size concrete pads.
like the slab of concrete with stones/plants in some areas
in the foreground, concrete benches along perimeter
I love these concrete pads with the rocks inbetween
“Contrast” — russinpng
Our 1954 Mid Century Ranch Home, Napa, CA
Completed front, with half of asphalt driveway taken out and replaced with concrete padding, a gravel path and landscaping. Landscape architecture designed by Roche + Roche
Can you please tell me if you bought the concrete rectangles and had them arranged on site or were they poured on-site. If not poured on-site, where did you get them please? Also, who made the Corten Steel planter please? Many thanks!
The concrete pads were poured on site see (http://www.napaproject.com/2012/10/concrete-poured.html) . The corten steel planter boxes were custom made for us by OnSpot Welding in Novato.
Old concrete next to new is fine, lots of pavers and mulch
Interesting look to driveway rather than a solid slab of concrete.
“**Ranch Home with Large Stone Spacers” — elizabethwall
House & Homes Palm Springs Home Staging
4 Reviews
concrete pad walkway
concrete paver pathway
concrete paver walkway
Concrete walk way design
concrete pavers
“Rocks front yard” — akatheillest
Our 1954 Mid Century Ranch Home, Napa, CA
The middle courtyard, completely redone with concrete pads, lodi gravel, corten steel planters on either side and a custom built gas firepit.
Patio large squares of stone concrete
planters & oversized concrete pavers
concrete patio squares
Concrete pads
“Like this back deck, just smaller” — Brian Miller
11 Reviews
The "Allandale" by Crestview Doors
Where did you get the concrete stepping stones?
Are the posts made of wood or metal? Were they set in place with concrete poured in each individual post or did you use a different method? I'd like to do something similar and want to make sure posts remain in place for long time without effect of humidity/dryness or soil movement. Appreciate your input
The concrete pads and grass next to my pool
integrated concrete "stepping stones" / slatted fence
Like the fence/balustrade idea and the concrete pavers/grass.
“Wonderful way to have view, but still have modern fence with architectural interest” — brady4040
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