257,975 patio steps Home Design Photos

Simpson Design Group Architects
4 Reviews
stone patio with steps all around edge.
uneven edges of flagstone step top layers.
Love that this patio is elevated to the back door, then
elevated to entrance, steps out to yard that wind with patio
deck with steps in front of doors
the way the patio meets the grass
Like Windows and doors steps too
Patio spaciousness, number
Patio. Steps down-landscape
steps along entire patio?
long steps...patio steps...NICE STEPS...Patio, steps...raised patio...Love the wide steps...terracing of patio...Like the steps down...Steps across...Back patio stairs...Backyard patio...Patio size...3 steps...Stone patio steps...Steps down...patio umbrella
“steps along patio” — alynn810
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
like the patio steps. How did you build them?
Love the patio floor. Is this stone or concrete. Whatever it is, can you tell me what it is and m
beautiful patio! What material did you use? Is that stone or concrete?
im looking to spray paint my wicker patio set? ehats a similar
Can you tell me what the patio stones are made of? Very attractive.
small patio chair like this! Please let me know who makes it.
Access to outdoor patio and patio surfaces are charming!
Trim under soffits and uneven tile size on patio
Can't we just build our own patio table?
Open patio portion with a fire put and groll
great on a patio. Just make sure yours are treated in a way that can stand up to the weather if you plan on leaving them out all the time.
“Patio stones” — whitelorraine
The Taunton Press, Inc
Deck Ideas that Work!
deck & patio combo was a practical choice to connect this home to the backyard sloping site. Photo by: Randy O'Rourke, Deck Ideas that Work, The Taunton Press
want to avoid this-small step out from house down to patio
wood steps leading to stone patio
with a patio. Sometimes we think we should have either a deck or a patio, but not both. Not so, says Jeswald. A deck and patio can work very well together, especially on a sloping site, or when you want to make a graceful transition between inside and outside with a few feet of height between the two
flight of steps to the patio allows for that gradual transition.
Instead of stairs that go straight down to a patio or garden, a small deck provides a transitional space between a house's architecture and the yard. Leave enough room for an Adirondack chair or two so that you can lounge a few feet above
“kleur grys” — gvos
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Sideco Inc.
Use step pieces as steps in garden path
Steps flush to cement walkway to our patio
nice mix of stone steps and risers with concrete patio areas and landing
Cement board siding with rustic flagstone steps.
poured concrete porch with stone steps
Like the rocks & the way the steps r laid
might want to come off the end of existing patio roof with pergola
“douglas” — mydomayne
D G Liu Design and Home Remodeling - Dale Kramer
5 Reviews
Finkelstein - Family Room and Bedroom Addition
room, patio, bedroom, bathroom, laundry closet and screened porch with mahogany floors
Do you have patterns on how to build these steps?
What kind of paver or stone is used for this patio? Thanks!
I am building a house and prefer the patio instead of a deck...it looks much more roomier. Where do I buy pavers?
Patio's are great! Go to Nicolock.com and then search for a supplier near you.
Betty, I assume you mean the stepped up section of the patio and not hte stairs to the house. I',m not entirely sure what you mean by pattern. The patio layout
for the steps. The installers took it from there and brought it to life.
bay window and 2nd floor, mesh into patio
Levels to ease transition up steps
like the 2 level curved-edged patio
“Scale” — psabosik
Harold Leidner Landscape Architects
31 Reviews
Private Residence - Eclectic Modern Residence
Really nice patio furniture. Could you tell me where I can find it? Thx
Dinning area patio & steps to yard/pool
step downs would make it less dangerous.
the lushness and the steps into the garden
Stepped terrace patio.
Paving steps from bottom tread
stepping stones and clover
patio with pavers in lawn
Modern steps over thick grass
step down with the deck
Patio stones and design
Patio furniture...raised patio...steps around deck...steps to patio...nice concret patio...patio furniture
“deck concrete squares” — Merideth Altom
Richard Lusk Landscape and Design
2 Reviews
Rear Yard Landscape & Hardscape
If your patio is located away from the house, you can still create an entrance using a pair of large planters. Hefty pots, planters or urns will draw the eye in and mark the entrance to your patio. Steps, a low stone wall
side of patio -- for our bedroom patio?
I Love the flowers on each side of the patio, I think it would be mice to have on the back side yard, by the patio.
Patio idea to relate the cottage to the main garden
If your patio is located away from the house, you can still create an entrance using a pair of large planters. Hefty pots, planters or urns will draw the eye in and mark the entrance to your patio. Steps, a low stone wall and shrubs are other options.Get the secret to grouping plants in a pot
“Stone in grass” — jcplus3
Grant and Power Landscaping
3 Reviews
Lisle Residence
I like a raised patio better than flat to the ground (I think)
Patio brick and the single door leading outdoors.
Steps down to pavers, pavers, hydrangea, shrubs in background
Patio is higher than yard
raised patio with hot tub
stepping stones over grass
front yard raised paver patio?
elevated paver patio
Perfect backyard raised patio
metal patio furniture
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“Raised patio instead of deck” — lkhaitan
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