worn-down asphalt driveway
Photo: Megan Chaffin
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Pavers & Plants (Before)

Because it's often the first thing you see from the street, an attractive driveway goes a long way toward enhancing a home's curb appeal. The crumbling asphalt leading up to this mid-century ranch in suburban Chicago was not only an eyesore, it was confusing—you couldn't tell where the street ended and the driveway started. "It felt like you were parking on the front stoop," says Peter Stinchcomb, who redesigned the entry as a courtyard with an integral parking pad and walkway, and a lush front garden.
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