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Pea Gravel Patio Designs & Ideas

Woodside Estate
Woodside Estate
Fergus Garber Architects
A custom estate with Main house, Pool House, Art Studio, and detached garage. The stone and stucco house, reminiscent of rustic stone homes from the south of France, looks out onto the pool and yard on one side and inward to an enclosed courtyard on the other. Modern technology is hidden amongst the historic detailing as the whole house can be controlled by iPad's embedded in the walls or remotely on a phone. © Bernardo Grijalva Photography
2012 HGTV Green Home
2012 HGTV Green Home
Kemp Hall Studio
Photos copyright 2012 Scripps Network, LLC. Used with permission, all rights reserved.
Succulent Frame
Succulent Frame
Bright Green
Flora Grubb Designed Living Art piece, using Bright Green Living wall planter
Ashland Ave
Ashland Ave
Birte Reimer
Ashland Ave, landscape architecture by kinggardendesign Santa Monica
Great Place For Entertaining
Great Place For Entertaining
Eco Minded Solutions
Pea gravel is a permeable surface that still functions in outdoor patio areas. It can be used in massing, or banding as shown in this Mission Hills landscape design.
Buchon Street
Buchon Street
NC Designs
Corrugated metal retaining walls, flagstone cap, Cor-ten steel fire ring & pea gravel surface give this yard a modern low-key eclectic vibe. Design: NC Designs Install: Gardens by Gabriel
Dillon
Dillon
The Cousins
The new backyard is perfect for entertaining large groups, hosting intimate dinners, or relaxing. Birdhouses and plants line the new space and a pergola shades a table for al fresco dining. A pass-through into the basement allows guests to pull a stool right up to the bar.
Crisp Architects
Crisp Architects
Crisp Architects
Berkshire Pool House. Photographer: Rob Karosis