356 building retaining wall step Entry Design Photos

John Kraemer & Sons
34 Reviews
Front Entry
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We love the cedar shakes and 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 would be appricated!! Thanks!!
vertical retaining wall by front door
Not the made LOTR house...just the steps
Caps on wall matching top of steps.
Looking 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 at night.
same stone for step and support
The lights inside the stone walls lighting up the stairs.
across the steps. The ones in the low wall lining each side of these steps are unobtrusive but provide sufficient lighting at night.
“Front steps” — pzmnr
Romani Landscape Architecture
5 Reviews
Lake Forest Residence
Ideabooks7,809
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what is the material used for both the walls and steps?
Who supplied the limestone veneer blend for the walls and columns?
Can these be done in a standard front step rectangular look?
Hi Jross - Sorry but we did not build the house itself. In this picture: we designed and built the front entry court, radial stone steps, pillars, bluestone walk, bluestone landing, and lighting.
columns are 24"x24" and the stone coping on top overhangs 2" on each side so that makes it 26"x26" on top. The height, as measured from the second step to the top of the stone coping is 26".
Radial stone steps in Penn bluestone Urns from
“what is the material used for both the walls and steps?” “Can these be done in a standard front step rectangular look?” “Hi Jross - Sorry but we did not build the house itself. In this picture: we designed and
“the porch entrance” — Rosemary Ngotho
Green Roots Landscaping Inc
3 Reviews
Front Yard 5
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My company provided the landscaping build, and not any of the house construction so I am uncertain of the door color
Nice Steps design with the small retaining wall on either side of the steps. Might work well with our space.
Too busy to have pavers on top of steps
Like the overhang and size of the steps
“raised beds with stone front?” — casdwyer
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
150 W
Ideabooks2,275
Questions1
exposure within an east-west oriented mid-lot while exploring opportunities for extended outdoor living spaces designed for the Canadian climate. The building’s plan and section is focused around a south-facing side-yard terrace creating an L-shaped cantilevered volume which helps shelter it from the winter
simple flat bar handrail & open side stair (no low edge wall)
Love detail in concrete steps with railing and color
Wall one side, hand rail other makes more open
Clever how the tread becomes the wall!
planter incorporated into steps different lengths
The concrete steps, integrated with the wall separating them from the driveway and planter beds, reminds me of Carlos Scarpa's Olivetti Showroom in Venice, one of the most beautiful modern stairs ever.
“good brick pattern” — vimonjason
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Gary + Gayle: Cincinnati, Ohio
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treatment. As Gayle explains, "It is lower maintenance if you let it age naturally, like teak or cedar, but we've chosen to seal it yearly to highlight and retain more of the deeper, richer color." Adrienne DeRosa Photography © 2013 Houzz
Even the utility entrance of the Schneider home offers a warm welcome, as guests are brought in by way of a stone path and stacked split-faced steps. An unassuming neutral palette is enhanced with Ipe decking and weathered fixtures. Ipe, a Braziian hardwood, is ideal for outdoor applications, lasting
like the 2 tone and steps
like the light on the wall
Rosemary herbs by the front step! Great touch!
Front porch idea - to have a piece of stone as the initial step from pathway
“Awesome exterior for side door.” — backhaus
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
150 W
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exposure within an east-west oriented mid-lot while exploring opportunities for extended outdoor living spaces designed for the Canadian climate. The building’s plan and section is focused around a south-facing side-yard terrace creating an L-shaped cantilevered volume which helps shelter it from the winter
Concrete in front of house - stairs and side wall
Partial height wall, small retaining wall to divide the space from the carport.
en­try walk are at the same grade, but a par­tial-height wall sep­a­rates the two zones.
The garage and entry walk are at the same grade, but a partial-height wall separates the two zones.
According to the architects, "The carving of the front facade, introduction of wood and detailed approach to the entry steps, guardrail and handrail introduce a human scale and warmth to the house
“Brick and stucco colors” — rcgurl3
Blue Sky Building Company
7 Reviews
Grand Slam
Ideabooks10,281
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Hi, what is the stair width on top center and bottom, looks like a dramatic difference between top step and bottom step size
I love the railing. Who makes it? I am having a hard time finding curved railing for my front steps.
Theses steps were site built by our masonry contractor.
Blue Sky Building Company
if we have steps.....
curved steps to concrete
stone wall...like the steps...front steps...nice steps...Stone steps...Love the steps...Steps and roof
“Stone on stairs” — peechtchr
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
7 Reviews
Rustic Canyon New Home
Ideabooks7,906
Questions9
you use on the walls for panelling
Do you know the name of the stone used for the steps pictured here
A bench entry way in back instead of building one?
Love the slate love the bench love the walls!
Boxwood in pots on large front step off front porch
Nice mix of wood and bluestone steps
a 2 or 3 step platform
flat trim and flat baseboard, grooved walls
“Light fixture” — rhondalea
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