28,149 flagston stepping stones Home Design Photos

Westover Landscape Design, Inc.
39 Reviews
Less Lawn More Garden
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d'etre. The rounded "carpet" of crushed stone has some nice detailing, including the block edging and the flagstone path that cuts through it. Not too casual;
to know the plants used in front of the house, also, what are the pavers/stones on the front porch?
nepeta, ninebark, holly, euphorbia and japanese aneoneme. The stones are Pennsylvania field stone. Hope this helps! More images at ...
small front door steps from the flagstone
The rounded "carpet" of crushed stone has some nice detailing, including the block edging and the flagstone path that cuts through it. Not too casual;
furniture to shine against. You can add some oversize pieces of flagstone as stepping stones, as shown here, or leave it simpler. Add an edging material around
circular crushed stone for high mesa...price pea gravel with a few flagstones
“Gravel pit” — khoustonpt
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Pecos Side Exterior
Ideabooks5,841
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please share with me the stone used. Is it just resting on the grass?
What is the stone material on the grass? What is the stone walk way?
rock or stone or like brick. It is not really like hardi board.
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects says: The stone pathway, and the house stone, are
The stone pathway, and the house stone, are texas gray lueders limestone. The pathstone is on a gravel
Really unusual flagstone stepping stones - irregular yet shaped with man's influence.
stone for fireplace--texas gray lueders limestone
I really like the flagstone ! The irregular edges are great. Really love the
StoneLike brick, stone is durable and low maintenance. Available in a wide range of colors, textures and sizes, stone is adaptable to
“Sidewal,” — Emmalie Sleeper-John
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks2,305
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Flagstone steps with decomposed granite walkway.
Steps. Flagstone steps in the garden create a very organic, natural look and can last for many years if built correctly. Unless the flagstone you are
Decomposed granite path. Blend mortared, stacked flagstone steps with boulders and cobbles as needed for soil retention. One color palette plus three
stable and secure steps. This is not a place where you can afford to have any shifting; people will be walking up and down these steps, after all. If you
sloping part of your landscape, it's best to hire pros to make sure the steps are built securely.
“Love the stairs” — trebboah
Fred Albert Design
Santa Fe, NM Residence
Ideabooks362
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punctuate the entrance to the courtyard. Large Colorado flagstone is used for the stepping stones and for the patio. Photo Credits: Fred Albert
stone and slate or concrete to look like slate
stone walkway...flagstone/ walkway/...A stone bench looks great....Size of Flagstone...Grasses stone...Stone statue
“Rock path” — mizry13
Strite design + remodel
12 Reviews
Dora Lane Remodel
Ideabooks74
Questions0
Rocks and grass for stepping stones.
Flagstone and patio
“patio with tree” — Amy H
Malone's Landscape Design | Build
Malone's Landscape Design | Build
Ideabooks145
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stone patio and color of canoes
Step down...Like the stone
“Border” — es2266
David Pedersen, Inc.
1 Review
Curb Appeal
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it engaging from the front. This path had dymondia growing between the stones which is hardy and can be walked upon. It can handle sun and little water
ground cover between the flagstone is dymondia. It fills in quick and does need occasional trimming or it can cover up the stones. It is drought tolerant
Flagstone with Dimondia in between, low planting on the sides
Stepping use with grass or other material between stones
WHAT IS THE PLANT D BEWEEN FLAGSTONE?
“Walkway” — Butler Construction and Renovation Inc
Sun Valley Landscaping
7 Reviews
Backyard Dream
Ideabooks6,855
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Inviting pathway. Nice tie in with steps and accent stones.
Like the large size flagstone set in mulch
Stepping stones...mulch with stone...stones, plant varieties, steps...flat stone...Flagstone stepping stones...Flagstone path...Shape of stone
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