97,433 Boulder Steps Home Design Photos

Brenda Barger Landscape Design, Inc.
1 Review
Brenda Barger Landscape Design, Inc.
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go to several quarry operators or buy directly from some ranchers. You can also go to the retail stoneyards and let them know you are looking for step material around 6" thick. We have both limestone and sandstone in this area, which is nice. Let me know if you need more specific information for
are looking for step material around 6" thick. We have both limestone and sandstone in this area, which is nice
Steps from back deck into corp land.
This is specifically what i had in mind in terms of the way the steps were laid
“Incredible stone steps” — rillamagilla
Rutgers Landscape Design
4 Reviews
Elegant Estate
Ideabooks2,572
Questions2
What are the stones used for the steps made of? Do they have a particular name?
steps up to meter box from drive
Rock steps coming from golf course to the back yard
8/28 - Steps to the river riparion zone
Steps down to lower back yard
natural look and flow to the steps and the slope
steps from master to hot tub
“Garden at front- easy grasses” — Elizabeth's Day
Classic Nursery & Landscape Co. / Alan Burke, asla
10 Reviews
More project photos. Please see us at classicnursery.com for more info
Ideabooks12,107
Questions2
garden - rock steps with thyme
I like the rock step pathways idea
Steps cover our cement steps
between stones steps
stone steps on slope
Moss growing between steps
Steps/rocks on hill...Boulder steps...Outside steps...Hill steps...slab steps...natural steps...boulder path...Rock steps...steps with growth...Outdoor steps
“Natural steps” — minifarmer
Pat Brodie Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Pat Brodie
Ideabooks4,096
Questions1
Natural stone steps, Mediterranean plants, Citrus tree, pottery
I have soooo many boulders I am taking all ideas into consideration
the bed while keeping grass and other landscaping materials out. Smaller boulders can be used to define these beds in a very natural way; simply nestle them into the edges of the bed before planting and mulching. Look for boulders that are around 1 to 2 feet in diameter and have a somewhat chunky appearance
“Everything” — kawarthacountrykennel
Pearson Landscape Services
5 Reviews
Project Four
Ideabooks1,234
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Boulder staircase with disappearing fountain and steel arbor at entrance to back yard
Boulder staircase/ retaining wall
random stacked stone steps
boulder staircase...stepping stones...steps to the creek?...Step ideas...Love these boulders...interesting steps...boulders for steps...Stone steps...Stepping stones...Boulder steps...Boulder staircase
“Retaining wall” — caroldomino
The Landmark Group
1 Review
Mariner's Haven
Ideabooks7,127
Questions2
retaining wall and the boulders at the bottom as the edging
Great stone slab steps and retaining wall terracing
Stone steps and walls
The natural steps and stepping
Rock steps...slab steps...Stone steps...Boulders & Stairs...stepping stones...The rocks and steps...rocks meet steps...Garden steps...Matthew boulder...Nice garden steps...stone step idea...stone steps
“cedar posts” — Nancy Fryer
Common Ground Landscapes
12 Reviews
7 Mile
Ideabooks26,902
Questions4
Whats the cost per step? Looks great! I want to do the same thing
imagine. Steps in this photo are New York Bluestone and were installed in Northern Michigan. On average, you could expect to pay around $350 per step installed. The boulder retaining along the sides of the steps would be around $25 per square foot.
Hi Antony, The front of a slab stone step is stacked
construction vary region by region, as you can imagine. Steps in this photo are New York Bluestone and were installed in Northern Michigan. On average, you could expect to pay around $350 per step installed. The boulder retaining along the sides of the steps would be around $25 per square foot.
and compacted gravel under the rest of the step.
“walking path” — nicoleaddison
McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Lake House Two - Exterior
Ideabooks9,591
Questions6
How is that rock sitting on the steps?
The large stone was set in concrete and then the steps are cut around its base - great craftsmanship from Jergens Construction!
Precise scribing of steps around boulder.
like the stone on the steps
Materials, plantings and boulder integrated into steps...
These steps around the boulder look looked like they were poured in place, but the pavers are actually precast concrete.
“Concrete cuts” — meganwoodley
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