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Floating decks and shapes, like the way garden bed contours lead you around the garden

Deck  Breathtaking Home Blending With the Exotic Landscape

An Atypical Mexican Beach House: Casa La Punta by Elías Rizo Arquitectos

This family garden in Putney South West London is surrounded by very attractive traditional gardens but the owner wanted a less traditional garden without a lawn which was elegant and stylish to complement the design of their house.

In de scherpe hoek de cottoneaster laten staan, terrasplanken loodrecht op voorgevel leggen, hier en daar inspringen voor groen.

Abingdon garden designed by Sarah Price - A contemporary city garden on two levels with wooden deck, corten steps, topiary box and foliage plants. Photo by by Steven Wooster via The Garden Collection.

very cool concrete pavers + gravel #modernpavers #moderndriveway

Garden Design Ideas : concrete pads and aggregate. This is exactly how my family should have fixed the hill in our backyard growing up! No grasses though, attract snakes!

Bernadette den Bieman Tuinontwerp: De tuin geeft!

Raised spa/ skylight with wide boarder ref - Bernadette den Bieman Tuinontwerp

floating walk or deck over UC Verde grass un-mowed?????

Wood, water and plants punctuated by artisan paths. A type of serenity is created by using less kinds of plants and plants of a similar shade. - VitalBodies Portfolio: MOSAIC GARDENS: Landscape - Garden Design and Construction in Eugene, Oregon

Projekt: 2015 Status: W trakcie realizacji.

Wonderful use of space incorporating shade, seating, heights creating different areas to enjoy, all within a small footprint I Landscape design: Wiktor Klyk - My Garden Your Garden

Great blocks of topiary, grasses and contemporary pale patio with gravel paths - Thomas Leplat

Clipped hedges, grasses and contemporary pale patio with gravel paths (Thomas Leplat).

geometric path (looks like concrete slabs) softened by a bit of river rock at the sides

On a large property near San Francisco, Roderick Wyllie and James Lord of Surface Design constructed a walkway using staggered stone strips interspersed with low groundcovers and stones