A concrete walkway features built-in lighting to help guide the way at night. Untreated cedar siding lines one side of the walkway, which perfectly complements the more industrial elements of the home.
A clean concrete path both highlights the home's dramatic entrance and puts a modern twist on its coastal style. To increase visibility at night, landscape architect J.R. Kramer layered the walkway with sconces and other lights.
This Key West property is located next to a busy road, so in order to reduce the noise and the sight of the cars, a large concrete wall was designed using horizontal bronze powder-coated aluminum slat fencing. The slats have the added benefit of allowing air flow and extra light into the garden.
Stairs and built-in planters create levels to increase the style of this backyard landscape design. The stairs descend to a series of concrete stepping stones surrounded by grass for natural softness and color. Wood accent panels on a section of the home's walls add warmth to the design.
A large tree provides shade for this sunny, modern patio featuring warm, neutral tones. Small planters are built into the concrete walkway to break up the monotone look and breath and breathe a bit of life into the minimally furnished space.
Warm, outdoor lighting highlights the beautiful natural textures of this cabin home. A concrete walkway leads the way to wooden entryway columns and a blue front door. Stone walls, a rock bed and a mulched yard add lots of neutral colors and rough textures which allows the polished wooden siding to stand out as the focal point.