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171,589 stone entrance Traditional Home Design Photos
Designscapes Colorado Inc.
Front Yard Renovation
What type of stone and what color is used in the walkway?
What a great entrance to a lovely house
D - Lots of Plants with stone walkway
i like the stone walkway and steps lined with flowers and lights
stone walk...stone pathway...stone steps...stone walkway
Richard P. Rauso, ASLA, Landscape Architects
Typical Residential Projects
either in the front bed on the far side of the front door (currently, just a wasteland) or on the side of the house as a replacement for the existing stone mess that appears to have once been a fountain."
House entrance landscaping idea
Stone jar water fountains
Natural Stone Pavers
stone pathway...stone paver pathway...stone paver walkway...stone walkway
Spectacular home in West Lake
unassuming entrance: inviting yet mysterious.
Stone path...Beautiful entrance
George Penniman Architects, LLC
Update Coastal Rhode Island House
Love floor and entrance
Really pretty entrance but simple
Love front entrance
Cassie Daughtrey Realogics Sotheby's Realty
Favorite Listing Spaces
Can have front porch like this but run to right (like Harris's porch) can have porch wrap around to have entrance to utility room on the side
covered front entrance
inviting stone step??,
Staircase style with wood and stone
Like the grand entrance into living room
Cool entrance arch and step
Sunken Living room entrance
Kristin Petro Interiors, Inc.
LK, Importer is MLW Stone in Norcross GA. 770-446-0030 ask for Henry Owens. Mention my name. he's terrific. Will mail you tile samples. J
I like this wallpaper for entrance.
Table w lamp for entrance
Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association
2013 ALE: Residence on Fairfax
both a charcoal and a gas grill, and a preparation counter. We suggested a few additional objectives: to create a secure yet dramatic and inviting entrance to the new living area, and to introduce the client to the benefits of creative landscape lighting. A challenge on this property, as on most projects
crews, using colored mortar. Challenging curves and corners called for precise cuts in the coping and in the paving. A special feature of the new entrance is the gate, which we designed from stock components and had built at a local shop. Dogwood castings and a plasma-cut steel wildlife scene acknowledge
the shop to satisfy zoning requirements for maximum opening size. Repetition of the block columns and lanterns completes a very secure yet inviting entrance. Aluminum picket fencing was used in visible areas and to complement the gate. The rear and sides of the property received black wire mesh on the