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Farm Field Pacific RimContemporary Landscape, San Luis Obispo

This is an example of a large contemporary partial sun backyard concrete paver landscaping in San Luis Obispo. —  Houzz
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rebecca62 wrote:Sep 4, 2013

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dkprinzing
Debra Prinzing added this to Garden Design Essentials: Emphasis and Focal PointsMay 17, 2012

Go diagonal. Enhance diagonal sight lines with pathways and plantings placed at a 45-degree angle to the house. This method allows extended views through the garden while giving your landscape the illusion of being larger. Here, the diagonal stepping stone pathway has its own special point of view: a beautifully placed contemporary planter, its half-sphere bowl mirroring the mounded plant forms.

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chestil
Irene added this to Garden & LandscapeApr 14, 2019

Go diagonal. Enhance diagonal sight lines with pathways and plantings placed at a 45-degree angle to the house. This method allows extended views through the garden while giving your landscape the illusion of being larger. Here, the diagonal stepping stone pathway has its own special point of view: a beautifully placed contemporary planter, its half-sphere bowl mirroring the mounded plant forms.

eppmcgarry
eppmcgarry added this to eppmcgarry's ideasMay 27, 2018

Square stepping concrete, pedestal and black bowl

lorenelson
lorenelson added this to Backyard pathwaysFeb 25, 2018

Like the sinuous design - may work well with our shape yard where not much is linear.

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