21,666 wood foot path Home Design Photos

Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
What brand of path light did you use--really like it! Is it aging well?
strips of wood (redwood, for example) for $3 to $4 per 10-foot sectio
Bender Board The basics: This is a plastic lumber made from 100 percent recycled polyethylene plastic and is very flexible and durable. It generally comes in 20-foot lengths and
"Bender Board The basics: This is a plastic lumber made from 100 percent recycled polyethylene plastic and is very flexible and durable. It generally comes in 20-foot lengths and often has a wood-like "grain" on the surface. If you want curving
This is a plastic lumber made from 100 percent recycled polyethylene plastic and is very flexible and durable. It generally comes in 20-foot lengths and often has a wood-like "grain"
“steel edging” — shellstones
Common Ground Landscapes
12 Reviews
Country French
Woodland path with perennials and understory growth.
path - between pool and fern bed?
nice idea for heading into the woods to the tree house
Like the stone path with ground cover
Great woods pathway for the area going to the pool.
path through the woods
Path and natural landscape
stone path on pine straw
path between houses?
Path to creek/pasture?
Cobble stone slate path
flagstone path in mulch
flagstone path on pine straw.
Side path...path behind trees...path for woods?...path through the...the woods...Wooded path...Beautiful path...I love the woods...Woods trail...garden path
“Walkway” — Gina Epley
Country Estates
What is the plant lining the path?
this pathway. It looks like you've put in a line of metal edging between the path and garden. What type of edging was used and how deep does it go? Thank you.
Thank you so much, Kari. I'm getting ready to make some paths in my garden so I just might try your suggestion.
I've seen mixed results with hardener/stabilizer. Recently I was involved in a project here, and learned the hard way that dg paths with stabilizers can still get mushy when wet. Before using a stabilizer or hardener, just ask the manufacturer specifically how their product performs
I would prefer to be able to just blow away debris from a path like this instead of using wood chips/mulch on the path, or gravel that isn't easy to maintain with lots
“Perennial garden” — dweezle14
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
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Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Sun Valley
widen rock path with wood chips
Gravel path lined with trees to bench
In the yard beside the garage, river birch with path to the back yard?
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to love? This naturalistic mulch path, with 100 percent recycled content, is über-inviting. Strong geometry executed with relaxed materials provides the best of all worlds: a direct path between points A and B and an invitation to linger.
Journey's end. This path leads through a stand of trees where
“Very very awesome” — mjkjrobinson
Katia Goffin Gardens
6 Reviews
North Arlington Residence
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
Path over to orchard. Maybe with pavers in the middle.
the grass to the right and the hydrangeas, irregular line of path
gravel path - for side of house
Ideas for path under the tree. A shade garden
White flowers left of path & right of tree. Also grass in lower right corner
“path” — cahart1953
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Le Petit Chalet
We use wood chips on a hill for weed suppression and they don't move. Maybe an edging would keep them from getting into your grass.
I thought this looked like white pine needles! I would love to do this to a garden path in Montana. Would it have any effect on the natural landscape to use something
something like this? How long would this last, and is it quite slippery? My path has a slight grade down, and I know pine needles can be sleek. Do they blow out of alignment quite easily? Or are they just as "fixed" as most mulch options?
Mulch laid down for walkway...thought would be cool for woods
path for left side of house
path with step up on one side to catch water.
path in the woods - maybe with leaves instead of pine needles
“path” — cahart1953
Earthwork Landscape Architects
Waikuku Woodland Garden
This little path meanders through a casual mix of planting towards a wonderful sculpture of a rooster perched atop a tree stump overlooking the farmyard and the chook house beyond. Most appropriate! Rebecca Wilson
flagstone path with moss, really natural and timeworn looking
Love the path and the rooster
I like the round rocks along the flat stone path.
lovely path through tall borders - plant thyme in the cracks
its thing," she says.This little path meanders through a casual mix of plantings toward a sculpture of a perched rooster, given to them by the neighbors, overlooking a farmyard and a chicken coop beyond.
Roosters are also fabulous planted outside. Here a little path meanders through a wondrous garden
“bush” — decor house interiors
Garden design
gardens in small islands throughout a larger area, variety of path materials. I love paths
path design...Foot path...Great path...wood liner...Path materials...RR ties & path...2 types stone path...brick/gravel path...Same path...Garden path...paths, curves
“like path” — Steve Macbeth
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