Salgo Kitching House

(c) Brett Boardman

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Fisher Tomlin & Bowyer added this to 11 Spectacular Ideas for Garden Pavements6 February 2018

1. Repurpose some street stones There’s beauty in old stone, and you can pick up old granite curbstones at stone yards. When curbstones are used as in the yard seen here, they can help create a really great aesthetic; the simple lines and stones of differing lengths lead from the house to a seating area. Lay curbstones across the garden to make it feel wider; lay them lengthways to make it feel longer.

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Sara Furr Schatz Landscape Architects added this to Paths18 February 2020

Use of stone within lawn, minimal pavement to provide circulation

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