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mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
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Virtual Imaging Real Estate Photography
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How much does it cost approx to put in a 20 by 10 mortared flagstone patio like this one?
What do you use to seal the flagstone for the wet look?
Flagstone, irregular shaped or sawn to specific sizes, is rich and distinctive as indoor flooring. I recommend good sealers to protect from staining. It is
is particularly popular in the desert Southwest. If building new, plan ahead for desired thickness. If remodeling, check your options; thin flagstone is normally 1/2" - 3/4".
like that flagstone can give any yard a clean, rustic, but natural feel!
How to Use FlagstonePatios. Flagstone is a favorite material for creating outdoor gathering spaces like patios. It's possible to lay flagstone on a sand bed and then fill in the joints with gravel for a very casual look, but if you want something longer lasting, you'll have to pull out the big guns.
“the flagstones are cemented together and I like the step made out of stone & the surrounding pots an” — meglecomp
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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Bungalow
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use of stack stone for porch wall, and flagstone for walkway
flagstone path with plants around it
interesting placement of sizes of flagstone
How to use and pick flagstone...patios, seating, pits, retaining walls, steps, pathways!!!
How to pick flagstone. If you are mortaring it in to create a patio, you can use a wide variety of sizes, but if you want to have a nonmortared pathway, it's best to use pieces at least 2 feet wide. Flagstone is often organized by type and then packed onto pallets that are wrapped in chicken wire to
project (200) divided by the square footage of the coverage (say, 100) equals the tons of material required (2 tons). So you would need 2 tons of flagstone to make a 10- by 20-foot patio.
“Flagstone” — layarn
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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Back Bay Retreat
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Flagstone filled with loose pebble materials
Detail: Pebbles inside the flagstone joints
flagstone patio, rock wall with seating, and fire pit
created by stacking mortared flagstone to the desired height (typically 18 to 22 inches), then capping the stack off with a smoother capstone that is comfortable to sit on. Low seating walls like these work well on the edges of patios or around fire pits. You can match the flagstone that is in your patio for
for a monochromatic, seamless look, or you can use a different type of flagstone for a contrasting appearance. It's a little tricky to construct level and secure seating, so I recommend hiring a crew to build your flagstone seating wall.
“Flagstone” — layarn
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Waterwise Landscapes
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What material did you use between the flagstone?
The name of the flagstone....gorgeous job!
Do you still remember the name of the flagstone? I live in Florida and need this tone....Great Job!
flagstone floor for side of house
light brown random cut flagstone patio
flagstone patio, mixed in with planter
I like the flagstone.
Flagstone color and patio
Flagstone front yard patio
flagstone and gravel patio
Flagstone with pebblecrete
Flagstone Formal Patio
Courtyard oasis with spiral flagstone
Flagstone patio...flagstone grout...patio flagstone...flagstone path...white flagstone
“Sidewalk” — mthome1024
Banyon Tree Design Studio
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Banyon Tree Design Portfolio
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What is the color of this flagstone?
Color scheme and flagstone, drought tolerant
Flagstone front yard patio
flagstone patio option
leveled flagstone ptaio
large irregular flagstones
Flagstone patio...Large Flagstones...flagstone layout
“The flagstone is my favorite!” — cbmott
Exteriorscapes llc
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Exteriorscapes
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like the plants between the flagstone
I like the flagstones with grass between, but could we go with smaller flagstones?
Pathways. Just when you think there may be no DIY project dealing with flagstone, along comes the garden pathway! Many of the same guidelines that are suggested for laying flagstone patios also apply to pathways — namely, if you are using 2-inch-thick large pieces, you can lay them down on the ground
“Flagstone path” — mns76
450 Architects, Inc.
Sonoma Residence
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Could you tell me the name of the stone you used in this home? I am looking for a light color flagstone (somewhat close to limestone) but want to also have some brown veins or crème to it so it doesn't look too stark. We are building our patio and there are two very
flagstone patio with gravel. Gravel path
light browns flagstone for front porch
Flagstone with with green ground cover between
Flagstone. Common, relatively inexpensive and hard wearing, flagstone is a popular choice for patios and paths.Estimated cost: $10 to $19 per square foot installed; $3 to $5 per square foot DIYPro or DIY? A small flagstone patio is a doable multiweekend DIY if you
a thin layer of coarse sand. Set each piece of flagstone into place like puzzle pieces, leaving roughly the same amount of space between stones. Gaps can be filled with sand, gravel or ground cover plants.
“I love the style of this.” — John Lindhorst
debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
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FLAGSTONE STEPS from the wood deck
Steps. Flagstone steps in the garden create a very
Great info for a future flagstone project
flagstone steps down to fire pit
Decomposed granite path. Blend mortared, stacked flagstone steps with boulders and cobbles as needed for soil retention. One color palette plus three materials equals a harmonious composition rich in texture, color, depth and pattern.
Steps. Flagstone steps in the garden create a very organic, natural
natural look and can last for many years if built correctly. Unless the flagstone you are using is very big and thick, you will most likely need to mortar the pieces in place to create stable and secure steps. This is not a place where you can afford to have any shifting; people will be walking up and
“Flagstone steps” — dsadusky
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