9,948 stone walkway Entry Design Photos

Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
10 Reviews
Breezy Point Waterfront
love the flag stone and the how random it looks natural
The entrance with stone and plants. Very romantic.
I like the color and the stone too
Love the stone walkway.
Love the stone walkway
stone walkway...stone path...stone walkway...The walkway...stone walkway
“Backyard” — Kaylie Edwards
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
North Framingham, MA
Barton and Ferrini have maintained the stone walkways, walls and patios, and created vibrant gardens. The side and primary entry is closest to a detached three-car garage (added in 1980) and leads into the kitchen.
stepping stones...stone walkway...stepping stones...garden path stones
“Colorful and light Plants” — Allison
Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Quaker Bluff Residence
The arrival to this house stresses calm, be it in the reflecting pool, stone walkway, and wood walls, columns, and roof overhand. The water is actually tied to a feature that collects rainwater and moves it via a series of terraces around the house.
“Entrance” — Lakshmy Ramaswamy
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June Scott Design
6 Reviews
Altadena Craftsman
could you tell me about the pavers what is the stone
like billowing native grasses lining a stone walkway.
Billowing grasses along the front walkway
Billowing native grass lining a stone walkway or gravel walkway is a good idea.
Consider going with something easy but attractive, like billowing native grasses lining a stone walkway.
grasses. stone entry..poss to set in sand
often we don’t even use our front yards. Consider going with something easy but attractive, like billowing native grasses lining a stone walkway.
front yard. So often we don’t even use our front yards. Consider going with something easy but attractive, like billowing native grasses lining a stone walkway.Tell us: Do you have a lawn-free yard? If not, would you ever consider parting with your lawn? Why or why not?
“naturalness” — wxdavis
site lines architecture inc.
1 Review
Pacific Rim Door
What's the ground cover between the stepping stones?
The grass stones, and the way the eclectic pieces all match.
For circular drive. Like the grass walkway
I love the moss and stone pathway. This would look great on the side of my home going to the back yard.
I love the moss and stone walkway
Stone walkway and moss
Moss between the stones
Love the moss between stones
Walkway, entry framing
Stone with black mulch
Moss between stones...The paving stones...Stone path...Stone grass walkway...Stones and moss...Stone pathway...stones Moss...Stone and grass...stone path
“the walkway” — Tamara Schow
Ike Kligerman Barkley
2 Reviews
Entry Pergola
Can you tell me the style/color of the stone.
Like the combination of stone and wood walkway
Dry stone and colours for walk way
cottage low roof with stone columns
logia connecting parts of house with stone columns
the masonry project (and there usually is), safety is a concern. The scale of projects involving stone, brick and concrete can be deceiving. Make sure you know what you're getting into. Wrestling a heavy stone into place and making it look good takes years to master. When you factor in all of this, the
“Walkway from shop to house someday” — ktdids
Daniel M Martin, Architect LLC
5 Reviews
Seville House
Do you know what kind of stone was used for the walkway?
Thanks for asking. The stone is 'Silver Cloud' granite, quarried locally from Lithonia, GA. This is the same stone that Stone Mountain is made of. The moss in the mortar joints has developed over time. This house is in a shady
Entrance walk way of natural stone
stone walkway and steps leading to entryway; tall narrow windows
“House colours” — galicha
Revival Arts | Architectural Photography
5 Reviews
Is this concrete or a stone?
What type of trees are those on each side of the walkway?
Like this walkway it is different
blocks with space in between w/stone
Poured concrete broken with river stones
intermixed slab and stone for walkway
Great sidewalk idea...slabs with stones...possibly stamp divided exposed aggregate
“concrete slabs with gravel” — mcmilner
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