1,112 garden gravel Midcentury Home Design Photos

Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks2,574
Questions4
If you are looking to create raised beds or container gardens in your landscape, there are a lot of fun options to go with. From this photo, you can see that you can easily go with wood — redwood, ipe, or other
look. Using terracotta pots or other styles of landscape containers can be a unique approach to raised beds. I like the idea of a vegetable and herb garden in an array of terracotta pots strewn across the deck or landscape. ... For a more industrial look, consider aluminum, stainless steel, or cor-ten
combo gravel mulch plants, wooden beds
borderless gravel path with wood mulch
gravel and wood mulch. also note veg. beds
“raised planters” — sdkowale
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Exterior
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Pea gravel patio with concrete fire pit
Garden fire pit idea
Like this pea gravel
Nice for in the garden
pea gravel and fire bowl
Pea gravel...color or pea gravel...Interior Garden
“Precast Concrete Bowl - all this would take is finding the right bowl and plumbing through a gas lin” — Barefoot Design: landscape + lifestyle
DRM Design Group Landscape Architecture & Planning
12 Reviews
Mid-Century Reinvented
Ideabooks899
Questions1
Raised planters and plants. Gravel + walking stones.
garden path gravel and flagstones
pavers, planters, gravel ,street view
garden edging...Gravel around steps...Pavers in gravel...Front garden...Stones in gravel...Container Garden
“fence” — wcdonna
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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International Style
Ideabooks6,404
Questions5
gravel looks nice. if it keeps weeds from growing, even better
exterior gardens -non grass
low maintenance rock garden
rock garden?...Front garden...gravel pathway...gravel walkway
“international style door” — Christopher Fortin
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks3,001
Questions3
garden zz Festuca glauca around edge of walkway
pea gravel and dg fescue in the midle
decomposed granite and gravel
I like the pea gravel
Pea gravel and decomposed granite
"Gravel and stone" for landscape
Here's a mix of decomposed granite (top) and pea gravel (bottom), separated by a line of blue fescue (Festuca glauca).
gravel, DG...Gravel and rock...garden gravel...pea gravel and DG...Gravel and planting...Rock garden...gravel landscaping...pea gravel...DG and pea gravel...Combo gravel
“Like the blue fescue, pea gravel and DG together” — sdieters
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks3,310
Questions2
How do you keep the gravel in?
How do you keep the gravel from "spilling" from the path?
use of different color gravel to define
no separation between gravel and planting beds
gravel, mulch path for backyard. inexpensive
Paths made of inexpensive bulk material. Whether you choose gravel, mulch or decomposed granite, permeable, earthy materials and organic lines integrate seamlessly with the setting, whereas structured paths can read as separate from their surroundings.
“I like this path with the soft plantings on either side” — Susan Ciufo Landscape Design
Clark & Zook Architects, LLC
5 Reviews
Mid Century Modern Renovation
Ideabooks1,668
Questions0
Visually split and gravel ground cover
Again, use of pea gravel right from deck.
the idea of having stepping stones to connect gravel and grass
Combination of gravel and stepping stones.
gravel and paver and wood bleachers
gravel and concrete instead of pavers
Nice use of gravel to add diversity of texture
Labs n gravel look good, do'able
“Stone color” — Dan Svensson
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Exterior
Ideabooks6,774
Questions4
My sister does not approve. But i really like the look of the plants, gravel and concrete
Intended to be more than an observable minimalist Zen rock garden, the courtyard was also designed to be a gathering space for family and friends to enjoy the coastal Southern California weather all year. Designed in collaboration with landscape designer Carol McElwee, an outdoor fire pit and Koi pond
“Concrete slabs” — ingracep
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