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Waterwise Landscapes Incorporated
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
patio moving into walkway to barn etc
I like the stone walkway and patio.
Flagstone patio from multiple doors
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Virtual Imaging Real Estate Photography
Is it okay to use stone patio pavers inside?
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?
I did not seal this patio
Flagstone, irregular shaped or sawn to specific sizes, is rich and distinctive as indoor flooring. I recommend good sealers to protect from staining. It
It 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".
We 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.
Penza Bailey Architects
Multiple Family Suites
The client wanted us to design a new custom house on a tight suburban site that would emulate the style of homes found in their native Ireland. Although they were empty nesters, the home was designed with complete bedroom suites for all of their children’s growing families to come for extended visits
What kind of base is under flagstone and what is between them, is it concrete?
What is the color of this flagstone?
The patio is a natural stone product - random flagstone - quarried in Baltimore County, Maryland.
Can you please tell me what kind of flagstone this is and where you got it
placed in the patio if required, and proper mortar is used, then the possibility of cracking will be minimized. Go for it!
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
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Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
450 Architects, Inc.
Like the patio! But would love to see more of the home!
Beautiful, understated. Was this a custom design or are there plans available?
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 large oak trees that provide nice shade. Any suggestions
flagstone...says it's relatively cheap $10-19 sq ft installed
flagstone patio with gravel - drainable
outdoor patio on board and batten house
Like the flagstone right off the porch.
beautiful south-facing patio," which is shown here. "The kitchen became one wing that now stretches out into the yard." See more design projects by Parker's firm, 450 Architects, Inc. More: Modern Renovation in Seattle More Houzz Tours
Gardens by Gabriel
Mediterranean Garden Feature in San Luis Obispo
Flagstone path meanders through Mediterranean plantings. Garden co-designed by Gabriel Frank with Nick Wilkinson of Grow Nursery in Cambria, CA.
Love this yard! What kind of flagstone was used?
Beautiful outdoor space. Love the flagstone
Practical ConsiderationsHow it's sold. Flagstone, also called patio rock, is sold by the ton or by the pound, not per piece, and the price varies widely depending upon what type of rock the flagstone is. You can expect to pay anywhere from $140 to $320-plus per ton. The more exotic the rock, the higher
cost, so if your budget is tight, look for a common flagstone that is quarried locally.Thickness. You will likely flagstone described as thick or thin, and which one you should buy depends upon how you want to use it. If you intend to lay a flagstone pathway without mortar, you will want to get thick
What kind of ground cover is this on the walkway and the rock wall? Are they evergreen?
Large stones- walkway and creepers growing in between
stones for walkway from hot tub area to firepit. Nice to mow over the area easily
Walkway from back of island to cabin.
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
W 29th Residence
front yard stair - patio stones
deliberate stone work here-- Patio?
Stone design walkway
Landscaping around walkway
Flagstone meandering path
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Lankford Associates Landscape Architects
Southern patio and stone walk
View to the southern courtyard. Planted berms and pathways separate the patios from the surrounding farmlands and are sheltered by an existing Stewartia pseudocamellia. Photos by Ian Gleadle
love how natural this looks. combination of ground cover and plants surrounding the patio is timeless.
Patio with stone walkway to garage
A great pathway to a patio!
make a path to your outdoor patio
"unfussy" patio nestled in with landscaping/moss/etc..
to the surrounding environment. This works well to direct focus to features in the distance.Smaller, more irregular paths (such as those made of flagstone or uneven brickwork) require visitors to slow their pace and direct their eyes downward. This is a great way to draw attention to the small details