Fools ParadiseTraditional Garage, Boston

Brian Vanden Brink

This is an example of a large traditional detached two-car garage in Boston. —  Houzz
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drvodka added this to Landscaping15 Jun 2019

DRIVEWAY: 3. Do you need to accommodate wheels? If you’d like to use gravel in an application that receives regular wheel traffic, choose a type that is less prone to rolling underfoot or getting stuck in wheels, and make sure the gravel is properly installed on a compacted base. This includes gravel used for driveways or pathways and patios that you’d like to make safe for wheelchairs, strollers, walkers and wheelbarrows. For any wheel-friendly application, choose a gravel that is either very fine (like decomposed granite or path fines) or one that has a large particle size (like crushed rock or drain rock) that locks in place. Gravel should be installed on a compacted base rock and thoroughly tamped down between layers, and it can be covered with a binding product to lock the path fines or stones in place.

Beth Bruner added this to bbshorten's ideas27 May 2019

Stone edging for gravel driveway

Cheryl Taylor added this to Beach House27 May 2019

Siding color, French blue, natural wood

kateykate1 added this to Cypress garage18 May 2019

lower garage door- wood look, no windows

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