Woodside One 05 (Design by Lutsko Associates)

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

4. Add modern steppingstonesThese large pieces of “broken” concrete create a great random-looking path across a gravel surface. Children would love jumping from one to another, while the two surface materials work together to create a path to the front door. Steal the idea with gravel and old flagstones broken into uneven slabs to create your own contemporary take on a steppingstone path.

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nitaburge
OIl Paintings For A Cause added this to Foundation Wall Ideas4 Jul 2018

Between planters at lower porch

andreawinchester
andreawinchester added this to andreawinchester's ideas22 Sep 2017

This person says they have NO problem with pea gravel getting into shoes and into house (concern for potential wood floor damage).

treenald
Treena added this to Outside16 Jul 2017

what is with the odd pieces of cement?

tereza_skinner
Tereza Skinner added this to Garden ideas10 Apr 2017

Add modern stepping stones These large pieces of ‘broken’ concrete create a great random path through a gravel surface. Children would love jumping from one to another, while the two surface materials work together to create a workable path to the front door. Steal the idea with old flagstones broken into uneven slabs and pea shingle to create your own contemporary take on a stepping stone path.

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