Pea Gravel Patio Designs & Ideas
A view of the fire pit with twinkle lights adding the perfect amount of ambiance.
Photo: Corynne Pless © 2013 Houzz
Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
Sheltered from strong southerly winds, the glass breezeway opens to embrace the working fields to the south. The paver patio is bound by a stone wall and arbor and was carefully sited around and under a 50 year old ornamental cherry. This farmstead is located in the Northwest corner of Washington State. Photos by Ian Gleadle
Sally Stoik Landscape Architect
Fireplace Stone Veneer concept, fabrication and installation by Carol Braham, Artistic Creations www.ArtisticCreations.us Jeff Peters Vantage Point Photography Inc. http://www.vantagepointphoto.com
Richardson Pribuss Architects
Photos: Jeff Zaruba. Renovation in Mill Valley, Marin. Firepit.
Southwest Boulder & Stone
This nearly 3,000 square foot mid-century modern home captures the essence of Palm Springs indoor/outdoor lifestyle. Desert landscaping juxtaposing greys and reds complement and accentuate the pool, spa and large outdoor fire pit. Arizona Fisheye 1/8" pebble, though becoming more popular in desert areas, is a rarer stone choice and was a special order for this project. Just inside behind full-length windows, a stylish fireplace filled with Irish Green reflective fire glass sets the tone for quintessential Palm Springs luxury.
exterior spaces, petanque court, entry court
Verdance Landscape Architecture
Buff and peach Arizona sandstone, laid on an aggregate bed, create the informal elegance of this large dining patio. Space was created in the adjacent garden for the homeowner's large existing sculpture, surrounded by chartreuse Euphorbia and Spanish lavender for contrast.
WA Design Architects
Copyrights: WA design
The stepping stones path lead to the fire pit area. The fire pit is surround by boulders for both the appeal and for extra seating. The clients likes hydrangeas so we used the area around the fire pit to plant plenty varieties of the plant.
Knight Architects LLC
Renovation of a ranch with a great room and kitchen opening up to new conrete terrace with built in fireplace, grill and planter. Pete Weigley
Neal A. Pann, Architect
Photography: g.folia inc., www.gfolia.com Interiors by Vitale Interior Design, www.vitaleinteriordesign.com
The modular seat wall invites guests with extra seating. The juniper grasses help keep with the natural setting. This is the entire back yard! Just behind the bench and grasses, the ground drops off sharply!
Wheeler Kearns Architects
Photography Michelle Litvin