A concrete paver walkway with Mexican pebble joints leads from the main house to the backyard art studio. Pea gravel is used as a clean, budget-friendly mulch material, and plantings are kept to a minimal for an easy-to-maintain landscape.
The gorgeous and unique pattern on this Colonial home in France is an intriguing twist on traditional brick. An ornamental wrought iron gate is the perfect entrance detail decorating the natural gravel driveway and short, weathered-brick walls lining the sidewalk.
Keeping the materials simple for the front driveway helps to create a sleek, minimalist look. The raised concrete planter integrates seamlessly with the gravel driveway, and a simple tall hedge provides privacy and separation between the house and sidewalk.
A bright red French door leads into this midcentury modern ranch home. Adjacent to the stone exterior, a small water feature contrasts with cactus and gravel landscaping. A stone slab walkway leads to the front door, which is illuminated by a Sputnik chandelier.
A driveway of large concrete slabs surrounded by a bed of gravel leads to the garage of this midcentury modern ranch home. Adjacent to the driveway can be seen a lush, green lawn with stone slab walkway leading to the front door.
Square concrete paver walkways with Mexican pebble joints connect the studio with the house, fire pit area and nearby concrete patio, and pea gravel makes for a clean and budget-friendly mulch material. Minimal planting, modern details and exterior lighting complete the outdoor space with a polished look.
A beautiful wooden entryway pairs with blue shutters to give this home a traditional cottage feel. Stone walls topped with red siding expand the home's space and create an intriguing shape. Concrete squares provide a walkway to the front door through the surrounding gravel and mulched yard.
The shed-style art studio has two sliding glass door entries and clerestory windows to maximize the natural light entering the space. Square concrete paver walkways with Mexican pebble joints connect the studio with the house, fire pit area and concrete patio. Pea gravel makes for a clean and budget-friendly mulch material.