Bradstone Natural Granite Setts in Silver Grey
Create the illusion of greater space and offer an air of sheer quality to any landscape or interior when real stone is your chosen option.
Stonemarket Paving Sawn & Sandblasted Sandstone 'Beachside' Sand-PAVING SLABS
Stonemarket's Beachside sawn sandstone Paving is a mid grained, beige to biscuit coloured sandstone with subtle banding of complementary hues. Its gentle appearance and light texture make it an ideal Paving choice for any setting
Atmospheric garden in the centre of Naaldwijk on the water – - All About
Atmospheric garden in the centre of Naaldwijk on the water - Atmospheric garden in the centre of Naa
Mode Profiled | Porcelain Paving
Mode Profiled is a range of beautiful porcelain paving with a fine riven texture featuring mica crystals to add interest and sparkle to your patio.
Woodworker's Studio – by Bradley van Der Straeten Architects
Woodworker’s Studio is a lower ground floor extension that houses all the practicalities – a woodworking bench, study, music studio and ample storage.
Paving, Patios and Pathways - Conquest Creative Spaces
Help expand your living space to the outdoors and compliment your garden with a patio or path. Add interest to your garden with a raised patio, giving unique
Petites Annonces pour la Maison France : Antiquité - Bricolage - Jardin - Electroménager - Mobilier Occasion
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31+ Great Privacy Fence Design Ideas To Get Inspired
Privacy Fence Ideas - Large rounded lattice panels encased in brick columns with a timber light beam arbor throughout the top is an incredible style. This beautiful stone exterior personal privacy fence creates a nice visual appearance with the surrounding landscape. Made from large stones and concrete with a slate top this framework is constructed to last. #privacyfenceideas #fenceideas #fenceing
The Happy Pontist
Moving eastwards from the South Portland Street Bridge, the next crossing of the River Clyde in Glasgow is Glasgow Bridge. The present structure was built in 1899 by Blyth and Westland engineers, as a wider replacement of Thomas Telford's 1836 bridge (itself a replacement for a bridge of 1772). As masonry arch bridges go, it's not a brilliant design. The segmental arch ring seems to me to come too close to the parapet, touching the stringcourse and breaking up the spandrel wall. The result…