Walks and paths can be created with a wide variety of styles and materials. A rule of thumb we use is the walks that are closest to the house are more formal and more built, the further the path is from the house the looser and less formal it becomes.
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“Slate smaller pic on middle” — dpmaus
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“flagstone path both plan and mortar” — juliedomenick
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A vanity vineyard located in the Santa Ynez Valley. Our Client is an amazing young man who was limited in his access to his entire property due to being confined to a wheel chair. Our solution was to create 1/2 mile of DG walks throughout his garden so he could enjoy all of it!!!
“Decomposed granite, plan things.” — amyfearn
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Fun and whimsical veggie garden that is formal yet breaks the rules. Creating the beds like this makes it very easy to harvest your vegetables from both sides. Gravel with fire brick for edging plus a super fun sprinkler! We call this smart design
“Pathways” — Ingrid Turner
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Formal and fun.
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“Pebbles & rocks beside paths” — wekaheights
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A Subtle Design element: a suggestion of a path.
“Make tree alleyways w paths” — wekaheights
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A Subtle Design element: a suggestion of a path.
“Stones for border between grass and flower beds” — mealie
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“path/driveway with irregular shapes of stone.” — dittewolff
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“Flagstone for front entry area and side of driveway” — SP Gardens - Susanna Pagan Landscape Design
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“flagstone with/without mortar” — mlzuanich
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“Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates Landscape Architects & Designers Santa Barbara, CA” — Cabana Home
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“Stones” — edwingibson
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