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love the transition within concrete
7. Japanese-Inspired Path Exposed aggregate (a concrete base with pebbles showing) may get a bad rap for looking dated, given its popularity in the 1960s through ’80s, but don’t rule it out if you’re looking to add texture to a design. It can look particularly well-placed in Asian-inspired gardens. In this Japanese garden, for example, an exposed-aggregate pathway visually reads as half gravel bed and half stylized stream bed, thanks to the texture of the aggregate and portions of irregular flagstone.