714 path Pool Design Photos

Liquidscapes
14 Reviews
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love the pool border and walking path.
Love the pavers and walking path
Path way and the color
Walk path...srone path
“pool” — Nicole Wedel-broadnax
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
Residential home
Ideabooks1,434
Questions1
This is interesting... what about a path like this with an infinity pool on the deck/house side, and a hot tub at the end on the far side?
Connecting two patios and other features can be added around the path eg fountain plants/hedge
Walking path with stone in pool
path over pool...Path across pool
“color of water” — Bethany Sharp
James Dean Design
Pool and Bridge
Ideabooks1,167
Questions0
Love the path! So refreshingly different....
Grass on the path way
Path to the pool
“Sidewalk” — Kirsten Van Voris-Scatena
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
water
Ideabooks3,038
Questions3
cool stone, just like the idea of a path
Interesting Path way
Lilypad alternative to conventional path.
Like the path...garden paths...path to green house
“K” — jillannhan
New Urban Home Builders
11 Reviews
Hill Country Arts and Crafts
Ideabooks2,710
Questions5
Natural rock path through grass.
Deck, boulders, path
paths style of home boulders
stone path
“Love the deck” — Alex Kafure
The Garden Consultants, Inc.
Creeping Thyme
Ideabooks2,532
Questions2
Creeping thyme (Thymus serpyllum), USDA zones 4-8. This is a plant that does well in full sun, so place it in a hot, sunny path. Like the thyme you're used to using in cooking, it has rounded leaves and a wonderful fragrance. But unlike its counterpart, creeping thyme grows nice
2. Creeping thyme (Thymus serpyllum), USDA zones 4-8. This is a plant that does well in full sun, so place it in a hot, sunny path. Like the thyme you're used to using in cooking, it has rounded leaves and a wonderful fragrance. But unlike its counterpart, creeping thyme grows nice
2. Creeping thyme (Thymus serpyllum), USDA zones 4-8. This is a plant that does well in full sun, so place it in a hot, sunny path. Like the thyme you're used to using in cooking, it has rounded leaves and a wonderful fragrance. But unlike its counterpart, creeping thyme grows nice and low to the ground
“creeping thyme for mortar” — 100dayslaw
Girasole Sonoma
Sonoma 2012
Ideabooks3,445
Questions5
path going from pool to pool house
grass path , cover patio
path to pool...path to pool?
“beautiful coping” — Heather Sittig
J. Brownlee Design
12 Reviews
Kentucky Residence Koi Pond & Fountain
Ideabooks3,070
Questions0
can the walking path be in the water ?
Like the path...path through pool
“waterfall into the pool” — jdvallee
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