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Normandy House
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instead of stone. Gravel costs far less to install than pavers or other hardscaping, and can look just as chic. For a beach-inspired twist, try spreading
as decomposed granite – cost far less to install than pavers or other hardscaping, and can look just as chic. For a beach-inspired twist, try spreading
instead of stone. Gravel costs far less to install than pavers or other hardscaping, and can look just as chic. For a beach-inspired twist, try spreading
as decomposed granite – cost far less to install than pavers or other hardscaping, and can look just as chic. For a beach-inspired twist, try spreading
“Beer garden” — dt70ss
Valle de Verde
2 Reviews
West Hollywood Refresher
Ideabooks5,197
Questions5
Use different materials to define zones. Create distinct areas in your backyard by varying the type of hardscaping. For
zones. Create distinct areas in your backyard by varying the type of hardscaping. For instance, try using pavers closest to the house, concrete around
Segmentation of hardscapes....Different zones of hardscaping
“Fire pit” — kawambo
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McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Lake House Two - Exterior
Ideabooks11,279
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Incorporate boulders into your hardscape. Consider incorporating boulders into your hardscape or cutting them into metal pathway edging to
Architects SaveEmail Incorporate boulders into your hardscape. Consider incorporating boulders into your hardscape or cutting them into metal pathway edging to
bendable ruler (available at any office supply store) onto your patio hardscape, then use an angle grinder and a jigsaw fitted with a stone-cutting blade
Incorporate boulders into your hardscape. Consider incorporating boulders into your hardscape or cutting them into metal pathway edging to
bendable ruler (available at any office supply store) onto your patio hardscape, then use an angle grinder and a jigsaw fitted with a stone-cutting blade
“Tiles” — nassimr
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Modern Brooklyn Garden
Ideabooks2,646
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closely resemble real grass, and there are many styles available. Like hardscape, artificial turf is a big investment upfront, but it will save you time
the nth degree. And while some homeowners are replacing their lawns with hardscape or other plant materials, lawns are still treasured in gardens with children
closely resemble real grass, and there are many styles available. Like hardscape, artificial turf is a big investment upfront, but it will save you time
“Fire pit area” — kawambo
Contemporary Patio
Ideabooks22,800
Questions10
HardscapeMore hardscape in a garden generally means easier upkeep. We are talking about
initial cost can be a deterrent when deciding to include large areas of hardscape, but the long-term maintenance benefits and replacement costs balance this
“jardin” — susangogm
Hsu McCullough
5 Reviews
Boise Residence
Ideabooks2,683
Questions1
Various types of gravel and decomposed granite were used for the hardscaping. The driveway includes broken concrete picked up from Craigslist, and
Mike's favorite backyard--great vibe, love the mixed hardscaping materials, good fire pit
Various types of gravel and decomposed granite were used for the hardscaping. The driveway includes broken concrete picked up from Craigslist, and the
“Fire pit” — trevorashley
Birte Reimer
3 Reviews
landscape architecture
Ideabooks660
Questions1
As with the hardscape and other plantings, trees should serve a purpose in the garden, not just
functional garden design pinpoints the way trees should be used. As with the hardscape and other plantings, trees should serve a purpose in the garden, not just
functional garden design pinpoints the way trees should be used. As with the hardscape and other plantings, trees should serve a purpose in the garden, not just
“love this courtyard tree” — bestbeach
D'Urso Landscape Design
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Ideabooks799
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Very very very nice. My future hardscapes
Love the hardscape...Foliage and hardscaping
“No grass” — jessyaguirre
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