31,365 secondary path Home Design Photos

Robert Young Architects
Entry
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be as high as possible, thus creating more space for dropped jackets, etc. a lot could be added in the way of plants and paths to the small entrance, preferably a porch and path in brick. also the roof line could be heightened but the rest of the house roof needs to be taken under consideration. Do
entering the compound, a single path diverges to create two parallel paths: A direct route leads you straight to the front door of the home — or you can choose the secondary path that meanders along the lake and ends at this mudroom entrance. Once inside the house, the two paths converge once again.
entering the compound, a single path diverges to create two parallel paths: A direct route leads you straight to the front door of the home - or you can choose the secondary path that meanders along the lake and ends at this mudroom entrance. Once inside the house, the two paths converge once again.
“Mudroom addition” — jkitick
Goodman Landscape Design
Goodman Landscape Design
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front of fence is a Camelia sasanqua of some sort and below that is a Pieris japonica 'variegata' (Variegated Lily-of-the-Valley) - further down the path is an Acer japonicum 'Aureum' (Golden Full Moon Maple), kind of hard to see.. There are also various ferns and geraniums, a bamboo, Pittosporum tobira
narrow side yard path, no lawn
path to front doors side and back
Path for along right side the one would
resembles moss, an often-used ground cover itself, the path disappears at the end of the yard. You may know, intellectually, that it just goes to the fence, but it appears to continue to a distant destination. Boulders and mixed plantings line the path in a causal and irregular mix that creates a sense of
“Flagstone walkway” — fith4th
Goodman Landscape Design
Goodman Landscape Design
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shaded, pdestination at the end of path
Idea for path and garden in eagleton
Path, sitting...lilac along path...secondary path...secret path...curving path...hidden path...stepping stone path
“Arches” — Liboria Guzmán
Goodman Landscape Design
Goodman Landscape Design
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secondary path
Succulents and descending path
secret path...flagstone path...hidden path...curving path...stepping stone path
“Flowers” — Liboria Guzmán
Goodman Landscape Design
Goodman Landscape Design
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secondary path
flagstone path...outside path
“flagstone and pebble patio” — dewoldt
Traditional Landscape
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Great idea path with abys tears
We are looking for a narrow path on each of the driveway and this
zip path - plant in between
like the central solid path, with plants breaking up sides.
walking path from barn to entryway
beautifully landscaped path instead of steps. This would be much easier to navigate than lots and lots of short steps. What a fabulous design...very unique.
Alexander Wang used long zippers to reign in his flouncy yet relaxed looks. Try using this move with a zipper-shaped path in your landscape.
The beaten path. If the only truly green space you can create is around your sidewalk or driveway: make the most of it. These stones were simply shifted left and right when positioned, but effect goes a long (and nonintrusive) way.
“curving backbone path” — mrdlaw
Summerset Gardens/Joe Weuste
24 Reviews
Front Yard Landscaping Project in NY
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Astilbe, PJM, and a variety of low growing perennials are used in this foundation planting. The main front walkway is a wet laid flagstone and a secondary path in the lawn is made with 18" square blue stone. Landscape Design Build Services in the New Jersey and New York areas. 845-590-7306
front walkway and secondary path (at our house, to the trash cans/garage)
layers of plantings near path
“Rhoddy and Astilble nice combo” — teagan14
Katia Goffin Gardens
6 Reviews
North Arlington Residence
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Woodland Garden: A curvaceous pea gravel path directs the visitor through the woodland garden located at the back and back side of the house. It is planted with drifts of Erie and Chindo Viburnumns, Oak leaf Hyrangeas, Astilbe, Ferns, Hostas.A row of hollies was added to block the view to the son's
How do you clear the leaves from the path without blowing gravel everywhere? I had crushed granite between flagstone and it didn't mix with my large oak trees that shed
gravel path - for side of house
Like breeze path curves and grass on bottom right corner.
Pea gravel path. Also like the grasses on the side of it.
Maintain and repair garden paths. Create neat edges, fill in gravel paths with fresh gravel and replace or reposition broken stepping stones.Check irrigation systems and hoses. Turn on the irrigation system and take a walk through your yard to make sure everything is working properly. Make adjustments
“secret garden” — tamrabennett
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