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Australian International School, Hong Kong
can't tell what the pattern (?) is. Is it frilly? I'd want something more "stone-like", I think.
Thankx, Alexandra! I love the idea that the designs are aboriginal! Makes me rethink the idea that a more architectural design would be an improvement
I like these stepping stones. the varying sizes make them stand out.
path os stepping stones overlapping contrasting
to know how to make that happen.
Ross NW Watergardens
Wood and Stone Steps
Using wood timbers and stones we are able to create winding pathways that make the space walkable. The boulders hold the steps in place and retain the
This is how Ross NW Watergardens conquers steep slopes. Wood steps with boulders and gravel. This property in Lake Oswego, Oregon has a backyard that
wooden frames to contain loose stone on steps, mix of elements (wood/stone/greenery)
Lille the wood and stone pathway
Berriz Design Build Group
Landscape and Exterior
What materials were used for the steps and walks?
are Pennsylvania flagstone, the risers and walks are Endless Mountain wall stone
cool old gate you could make to connect a stone wall.
Cut stone steps with shale/flagstone rises on steps
Outdoor steps...flagstone and rough stone...Large steps...gate and stone and hydrangeas!...walkway & steps...steps gate...Love the stone step construction...Stone surface, lush green boarders...Steps embedded in earth
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Custom Pool Builder
Pristine Acres is committed to offering the highest-quality, most professional landscape design/installation services with the best customer service in the Washington DC Metro.
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
swimming pool is offset into a circular retaining wall; the circular stepping stones show people the way to the pool and add balance and stability.More:
How did they secure the steps?...with the stone steps...kickin stones...Round sidewalk, patio steps...stepping stones...Circle Stepping Stones...round concrete steps...stepping stone stairs...Making terraces...awesome steps!
John Kraemer & Sons
the stone!! My wife and i are building this summer and would love to copy the colors of the shakes stone and windows. any help with names of stone shakes
years ago, so our files for the project are in storage. I do not recall the stone or siding selections. Good luck with your new home! Thanks!
little bit of step. Not too high so don't think need rails. Makes me think of brick area by little garage
The lights inside the stone walls lighting up the stairs.
Lighting on stone wall going down stairs- I want this idea incorporated into outdoor design.
sideways. Sidelights will cast a glow across the steps. The ones in the low wall lining each side of these steps are unobtrusive but provide sufficient lighting
same stone for step and support
The Collins Group/JDP Design
Cairn at the Cliffs
Love the way they stacked these stones to look like an egg.
suggesting protection. The visual stone mass strikes a balance with a different mass from the slender tree trunks.
Clearly, these pieces are man-made, but because they were built from native stone rather than from metal or fiberglass, they fit into the space quite naturally
decorative element.Browse more stacked stone photos
These three egg-shaped, solid-stone cairns sit in a meditation garden that’s part of South Carolina’s Cliffs
these large round stacks of stones for?...A stacked stone cairn is a time-honored
Alderwood Landscape Architecture and Construction
Gardens and Planting Design
those rock stairs are called Montana Golden Sunrise slabs / Natural Broken Steps. We purchase them from Rock Mountain Products out of Redmond, WA.
These stone steps up to the terraced patio look so lovely, and very special! ** Montana Golden Sunrise slabs/Natural Broken Steps from Rock
stones and set away from the rest of the patio
What kind of stones are there?
Ross NW Watergardens
Rock Wall, Steps, Bamboo
Basalt wall with basalt/gravel steps in the background. Lake Oswego Shade Garden Check out more from this project at ... We love working in Lake Oswego
Please tell me type / size of gravel used on these steps. I'm making some gravel-paved "ramped steps" and like the texture
I have to get myself to the stone supplier to see what we have here in lower NY state. Would you please tell
Basically, what's your construction specification. How high does the stone riser have to stand proud of the gravel to keep it more or less in place