Careful installation of natural stone edging maintains “fineness of line,” resulting in a relaxed, yet crisp edge to the driveway.
Subtle changes in the stone patterning add interest to this walkway entrance.
Blacktop would be so much harsher than this parking court, which harmonizes with the stone foundation on the house.
A partially obscured view of the final destination adds interest.
Natural stone gutters and relaxed lines add grace to this entry.
Belgian block rosette and edging complement the slate entrance. Boxwood hedge and annual plantings give a sense of enclosure while the view of the lawn from the house is maintained.
Crisp edging gives a sense of order to a country driveway.
A “paver medallion” was designed to dress up an entrance.
Native stone edging and rumble-pad soften a blacktop driveway.
The moss allowed to grow between the stonework imparts a crisp informality to this entrance.
Bench, landscape and landing adds warmth and makes the front entrance more welcoming.
Crisp, irregular edging lines allow drainage and add interest to this driveway.
Room for parking is achieved - without that “parking space” look. The crisp edge gives the visual definition needed when mixing curved and straight edges.
This driveway would be far less graceous if it had standard vertical edging. Mixing blockwork and surfaces also helps achieve a look.
Rounded stone pillars give a country feel to the formality of this entry.