Staggered stone slabs paired with gravel form a walkway to the home's front entry. Minimal landscaping complements the modern design.
A gravel path invites meditative wanders past this garden's grove of pawpaws and pink and purple flowers.
A gravel path leads through a petite gatehouse back to the formal courtyard. The whole scene is packed with storybook charm.
The walkways through this garden have textural interest, just like the plants. This path mixes gravel and slate.
Silvery plants, such as Elaeagnus and Texas Sage, pick up the gray tones of this yard's gravel and flagstone walkways.
Two round hedges herald the entrance to a grassy oval lawn. The landscape design of the yard makes careful use of different materials for layers of compelling texture and color.
Around the yard's perimeter, wooden fencing is softened by bamboo, palms and perennials, tall enough to act as a privacy screen.
The white gravel walkway stands out starkly against the garden's rich greens and dark purples.
A slim border traces the curving path of this gravel walkway. Palm trees cut striking textural figures along the way.
A gravel path leads alongside the house to a sweet gate. Beautiful greenery makes a lush companion on either side.
A lattice fence defines a garden along the side of this house. The gravel path is a handsome match with all the green.
Although Austin isn’t known for having a wet climate, an attractive gravel path reduces mud and adds a charming quality to this Texas home.
A curved gravel path leads around the 100-year-old stone farmhouse. Blocks of perennials and foliage plants give the visitor something to enjoy in any season.
The shady side yard became even more inviting with the addition of lounge chairs and a walkway of gravel and redwood stairs.
Teal blue board and batten paneling give this farmhouse a fresh, funky look. Concrete slabs and gravel create a contemporary, minimal pathway to the front door. A red Adirondack bench serves as a plant holder.
Large front windows flood the home’s interior with light and add a unique quality to the home’s façade.
Meticulously landscaped slopes are filled with succulents and colorful blooms that spill over the retaining walls. The mountains are a majestic backdrop.
Foliage plants, instead of flowers, are the primary landscaping approach of this backyard. But varying leaf shape, size and color makes for a dynamic result.