9,830 edging for path Modern Home Design Photos

Boxleaf Design
3 Reviews
Modern San Francisco Living
path od concrete with expansion joints filled with gravel
Stone landing, grassy area, stone path on the side
Path with stepping stones and stones to round it up
Pebbles along the edge , nice,
Concrete with pebble edge
“needs the giant plastic curtains lie at Woofs that allows them to o in and out without letting tons” — mamarahma
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
Stone slab bridge
Lighted edge of path
“Ferns are serene” — sjfulkerson
Quezada Architecture
Lovell Residence
stone path (also good for water run off)
Like stone on gravel for a path on the side of the house.
for path between shed and house
Maybe changing path smoothness to Increase speed
Typically rustic stepping stones are made modern here by their straight edges, the rectilinear path, the gravel surroundings and the wood.
“Flat stone steps” — cjpagtakhan
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Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Clean edges add a modern feel to this landscape. Cameron Robb
Hate obvious edges but this works.
Steel and concrete edging
Stone cornerstones to steel edging
Paths and flower beds
metal and concrete edging
A combination of concrete and metal in this shot works as a defined edge for the lawn, as a retaining wall for a raised planting bed, and as a design statement in the landscape.
Steel garden edging...Modern Edging Style...metal edging...corten steel edging...Garden edging...Like the edging!
“//Corten steel and concrete planters” — sroschi
The Garden Route Company
11 Reviews
Bernal Heights
right, with succulents in-between. Could work well for OKI, including some dark brown mulch around the stones... How to edge the path???
Give the path a proper feel. This is a twofold issue.
actual distance may differ depending on who the path is for: A tall, athletic person, for example, will likely have a different stride length than someone more petite.
"The three most important things to designing a path are ensuring that it leads somewhere, that it stays in character with its surroundings and it's comfortable to walk on,” Ayers says.
1. Ensure the proposed path leads somewhere. A successful path, no matter what its type, has to have a destination, otherwise it's just plain pointless and frustrating. The phrase "wild goose chase" comes to mind.
“Succulents and colors with gray stone.” — mommymeade
Becky Harris
Modern Atlanta Tour by Becky Harris
Love the water rock path to the deck
edging on deck to define the limit. square stepping stones
Angles of wood cut edges
edge finish...pond edging...Finished edge
“for water feature” — robalocc23
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
interesting doityourself bench idea, mexican pebbles, lighting for edge of lorimarbar.
Lighting raised edging or path
Edge lighting
“Garden steps” — garysaquinn
1 Review
Turkey Saddle
Front yard - zig zag path
I like the idea of the created path/walkway to the studio/ADU
The edging or fascia
zig zag path; elevation; grey
Path over sensitive area
Geometric path design
wooden garden modern path
Raised path...Love the path...Yard path wood...Elevated path...wooden paths...Path to beach deck...Decking path
“boardwalk” — scscottrn42
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