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12,174 paver patio with stepping stone path Home Design Photos
Inside Out Design, LLC
Silver, Gray and Green
dining area. The mobile fire pit gives the space flexibility for various uses within the circle shaped paver patio. The existing concrete patio under the deck was stained to coordinate with the pavers. Plantings provide softness to the space and include ‘Blue Spruce’ sedum, little bluestem grass, ‘Elijah
stone padio with walk out and stair
Backyard patio with nice stone layout.
flat stone in mulch and rock garden. I want to do this where bird feeder.
paver patio stepping stone path
Patio to flagstone...Stone Work
paver patio with stepping stone path
DC Metro Home Theater & Electronics Systems Design and Installation
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Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
what are the brand, style and color of the pavers?
They are a paver from Mutual Materials. The paver for the circle pattern is called Old Dominion and the path is Roman Dominion. Pretty much the same paver. The color is a blend of gray and tan called Harvest Blend. Below is a patio of the same pavers - it is still half wet which explains the darker
tumbled pavers - no, too rustic
patio with large pavers, stone steps
love the pavers! rounded rectangles... and the pattern is awesome too!
Round plantings on either side of path
could have these steps in my flower garden
use of wood steps and railing to step down to patio from house and gw apartment
Slater Associates Landscape Architects
Sculpture Garden & Pool
Hi, is this poured in place concrete, or pavers of some type? Dig the design!
What size are the stepping stone squares?
Thank you for the kind compliment! We love this look too and use it on many projects. The step stones are Pennsylvania Bluestone, a variety of slate.
Love this path way -- idea
large stepping stones for front porch
Idea for back, path from patio to back porch.
like that the blocks of stone are big more surface area b4 dirt gets all over.
If your pavers are going in a high-traffic area, place them in a way that's comfortable to walk on. It's important that people don't have to watch their feet too much when on a walkway. "You want to take the natural stride of an average person into account," says Sivgals.
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Woodside One 05 (Design by Lutsko Associates)
The way step stones are cut
pebblestone with larger stepping stone idea
If you like the thought of gravel but feel that it may look too stark, try adding a path of scattered stones or pavers. Side note: you may hear that gravel has a tendency to find its way into the house if it gets in the tread of your shoes, although I have not had any personal issues with my large area
Australian International School, Hong Kong
I love the random look of the walkway created by those white disks. I can't tell what the pattern (?) is. Is it frilly? I'd want something more "stone-like", I think.
path os stepping stones overlapping contrasting surfaces and help to join them together. might do this for my yard, joining gravel with mulch.
Transition from patio to yard area.
I like the curved path, barrier midway (like a moon gate!), and the curved path continuing
Ami Saunders, MLA
Mossy Stepping Stone Path
Beautifully sectioned stones with ground cover in betweet
Irish moss between pavers on patio
Path with moss I have already
Irish moss between pavers. Buy in flats
something more fun / colorful for the stones them selves
What do you like about this photo? Plants between stepping stones
Use of stone and plants creating a natural footpath
pavers on side of house edged with irish
Irish or Scottish moss between pavers
areas. Usually this is sold in flats, like sod. Just cut it into small strips and place it around your pavers.
Simon and Garfunkel suggested, "Slow down, you move too fast." Informal stepping stones usually mean a slow, contemplative pace through the garden. What better place to introduce subtle plays