291,341 stone path Home Design Photos

Arcanum Architecture
Menlo Oaks Residence
Front Path to accommodate centered door.
heavy-duty function. This path, comprised of large flagstones set in a mortar bed with planted joints, is the primary path to the entry porch. Don’t
naturalistic look fool you. It delivers all the necessary functions of an entry path: It looks great, clearly delineates the route to the front door, allows visitors
refrigerator dolly. Plus, it requires fewer materials to install than a harder path.
“Path Lights” — suuanv
Loudon County's Premier Windows
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Chelsea Pineda Interiors
4 Reviews
Hidden Hills Cottage
love trellis and stones of path garden
Really like the stone with moss growing between stones.
stone work, arch and fence...flagstone path...arbour and stone path...stone path...Arbor,pathway,floors surrounding path
“HOME” — jengpal
Dear Garden Associates, Inc.
1 Review
Like the mix if plants and stone path
Path, stonework and blue flowers...Stone potting shed...Stone garden house...stepping stone path...Wrap path back around...path to firewood...Garden path shed...Stone walkway...flag stones...Stepping stones...Stone path
“Stone bunkie” — waldo2008
Bio Friendly Gardens
2 Reviews
Japanese Garden, Contemporary Garden, California Garden
The small gravel path maybe we can do as a path between house.
3. Put children on the right path. Naturalized playscapes with areas where children can branch out and explore are key to imaginative play. Not only
Rock path...stone path...Stone path onside of house...STONE AND GRAVEL...The walkway (path)...flat stone?...Gravel stone path
“blends DG with mulch” — mariaguas
Martin Hoffmann, Landscape Architect
4 Reviews
Diablo backyard
What type of stone is embedded in the grass? Is it driveable? Thx!
the stone is driveable. We ran a continuous band of concrete footing under the lawn and added a interlocking membrane on the edges of the stone. Each
Each stone is mortared. The stone is called 'Capitola Buff'
natural stone, ribbon driveway, low impact
Might could lay such stones and mow over them.
kind of road, driveway, path, translation. ...
create a drive path in grass...Natural Stone & Grass lined Drive
“Stepping stones on grass” — kateri79
Exterra Designs, Inc
14 Reviews
Front entry garden
What are the layers so this path doesn't sag
The path has a 4" compacted gravel base and then the stone is set over screenings to level.
This path has a 4" compacted gravel base and the stone is set over screenings
stepping stones with gravel/mulch around
path with corner garden with rocks...the path. Love hydrangeas....Stone path...Path and...Flagstone path...stone walk...plant combination ? path
“Like the feel” — rjj48192
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
19 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Everything is beautifully composed. I really like the linear stone walkway with the rocks in between. What kind of stone is that
Love the path and covered verandah - what is the roof material? Is it a louvered roof
don't know what kind of place to contact locally for that type/shape of stone.
to your local stone supplier (these were supplied by Santa Barbara Stone in Santa Barbara, CA). They are large slabs of Oklahoma stone (called "Cherokee
"Cherokee Creek" or "Three Rivers" stone here locally).
good idea for the path to the front door
Monolithic stone slabs over soil. Pebble joints add permeability and textural interest. Visually, and in terms of resource consumption, this is so much
“Porch roof” — Paige Sessions
The Anderson Studio of Architecture & Design
Tree House-Kiawah Island
opens up into the glass-filled living room. Likewise, the tabby paving stone path leads out to the pool area that opens to the marsh.The home is elevated
house opens up into the glass-filled great room. Likewise, the tabby paver path leads out to the pool area that opens to the marsh.The home is elevated because
The over path and the wood
“Don't like: too much grass in between pavers for rainy Seattle weather.” — angela7529
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