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the gudhouse company
staggered stone path
Nice path...for shed path...Love the stone path...Love the path
Jim Kuiken Design
stepping path in the concrete. What a great idea.
river rock path imbedded in tiled front steps.
like the pebble stone path inserted in the walkway thinking about using as a pattern for a tall headboard above bed
attention to a path for visitors to follow. it represents the passage of time/journey
path within a path
Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch
Landscaping and foot path
Seattle Area Architect
Houzz Award Winner
Houzz Award Winner
Our studio name refers to our "coop" (a.k.a. studio), originally located at 15 McGraw Street in Seattle. We are a team of architects devoted to the design of modern, custom, single-family residences.
possibly creat path to the lake
teak wood garden path
Path from front gate
wooden path...fence, wooden path...wood slat path...path to creek!...form the path ......The wooden path...pallate path...plank for path
Studio William Hefner
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Changes in path materials. Consideration should be given to the size and materials of garden paths, as this can greatly enhance the experience in your garden. Larger, more defined paths allow for quicker movement and provide the opportunity to look up from the path to the surrounding environment. This works
irregular paths (such as those made of flagstone or uneven brickwork) require visitors to slow their pace and direct their eyes downward. This is a great way to draw attention to the small details in the immediate surrounding area. Changing the material and/or scale of a path is also an effective way to
black rubber-looking walk path
Stone path with curbs
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
entry path up the stairs and clearly separates the path from the car and driveway below. An open guardrail would have resulted in a muddled approach.
wood and path