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    • Kathy Furtado

      Gravel Patio Ideas | Gravel and flagstone paver mediterranean patio designs

    • Jana Hinkley

      Lawn-Free: Choose natural stone and pea gravel for a low-key look. If you are going for a natural, casual look in your yard, look for stone with rough edges rather than precise pavers, and skip the concrete in favor of rustic (and inexpensive) pea gravel. This combination is budget friendly and chic, calling to mind the relaxed outdoor areas of homes in Provence and Tuscany. mediterranean patio by debora carl landscape design

    • Brittany Whiting

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    • Anna Eiermann

      Landscaping Pea Gravel Patio Design Ideas, Pictures, Remodel and Decor

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