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The Design Build Company
Solana xeriscape, cameron flagstone, drought tolerant, terrace retaining walls
What is the light bluish/green plant just to the right of the 6th step?
What is the ground cover between the stepping & yard?
steps going up slope, low water landscape
Stone steps...Love the stone steps!...Steps up the...Steps up the backyard...Steps down to water...Steps outdoor...Hillside steps...Lake steps...stone steps
RW Anderson Homes
Love the steps and big boulders!
Backyard steps...The steps...Stone steps...Outdoor steps...Big steps...Steps & wall...Slab step?
Lawrence and Gomez Architects
Love the steps--does anyone know what material the treads are?
Boobolly, thank you for your question. These steps' treads and risers were poured in one piece out of colored and stamped concrete
Platforms beside steps Planter beside steps on left
Porch steps and railing - ??...stained concrete steps...Front steps...Shape of steps...Step idea
driveway is now a private courtyard off of the dining room, with new flagstone steps.
Like to two steps down only......Tiered steps...Flagstone steps and wood partician...Steps down to patio....Steps down...Patio & steps...stone porch, steps...Flagstone steps...front porch steps?...entry steps...stone steps
Christian Gladu Design
Like rafters, windows and entry step design
Short height steps...Front steps...wider steps...steps get wider...Steps opening out...looks like deep steps....Craftsman steps
Porch with patio - how many steps would we have? How deep do I want top step? Enough for a couple of chairs? And pots?
Dual level step...back porch/steps...step and light...stepping stones in concrete...steps to patio
Pistils Landscape Design + Build
Basalt Retaining Wall, Bluestone Stairs + Entry Path
front steps...beautiful dry wall and steps...Stepping stones...Outside steps
Barley & Pfeiffer Architects
i like the stone steps maybe for behind pool to lake and natural
Depth and height of steps. In most cases porches need steps to rise up from the ground level to the porch
Depth and height of steps. In most cases porches need steps to rise up from the ground level to the porch floor. While you can make them steeper, a rise
ascensions in this Craftsman house. The steps to the right create a common gentle slope to the main porch, while the stone steps within the landscape at left maintain
run of 5 ft. (1.5 m) to ascend six 6-inch steps with five 12-in. treads.Ideas for Lighting Your Outdoor Steps
stone steps and the side porch...Love the step path and the large stones