2,780 picture stone walkway Mediterranean Home Design Photos

Lou Penning Landscapes Inc.
1 Review
Ayers suggests that stepping stones be at least 18 by 24 inches big and 1½ inches thick. "The generous surface dimensions will increase stability because of the stones' resulting weight and shape, while the thickness will keep the step from cracking," she says. "Place the stones on a level foundation of
“arched walkway” — Chris Coulter
David Pedersen, Inc.
1 Review
Curb Appeal
home has a private entry and a colorful drought tolerant landscape to make it engaging from the front. This path had dymondia growing between the stones which is hardy and can be walked upon. It can handle sun and little water however does need trimming and will grow quickly. Architect: David P Hohmann
Stone walk fir side of house
backyard pathway with stone and succulents.
this adds a walkway on the side of the grass but it also effectively expands the grass into the walkway
“Stepping use with grass or other material between stones” — DR Rawson
Ancient Surfaces
6 Reviews
Exterior projects (Mediterranean Style)
antique stone elements will only amplify that authenticity. whether you are enjoying a relaxing time soaking the sun inside one of our Jacuzzi spa stone fountains or sharing unforgettable memories with family and friends while baking your own pizzas in one of our outdoor BBQ pizza ovens, our stone designs
cool/fresh exterior'. Customizing a fully functional outdoor kitchen, pizza oven, BBQ, fireplace or Jacuzzi pool spa all out of old reclaimed Mediterranean stone pieces is no easy task and shouldn’t be created out of the lowest common denominator of building materials such as concrete, Indian slates or Turkish
stone runnel and flagstone in grass path
stone surfaces (Ancient Surfaces) 212 461-0245
“Side yard” — ihamouda
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
Mediterranean Entry
Love the entry! Are those lights under the walkway?
Lighted walkway over pool
This walkway is so cool
the stone, main door
pavers with natural stone combo
Walkway to Main Entrance
stone walkway...stone exterior...stone pathway...stone siding...Picture perfect....Stone main entrance...Stone entry...Exterior Walkway...Lighting stone
“I absolutely love this warm yellow theme, the calm ponds create a soothing atmosphere.” — Sharie Costa
Giffin & Crane General Contractors, Inc.
14 Reviews
Project 13
love the unevenness of edges and the large stone look
Front walkway stones
stone sidewalk...stone arch...stone mansard...Stone on floor...Rock walkway...The walkway...Good walkway for us...Stone pathway...Stone entryway...Stone pavers...stone walk
“walkway” — planner1000
DeMaria Landtech Inc
Las Villas
what kind of grass is between the stones?
What material were the paving stones? And what is the blue one?
What type of grass is growing between the stones?
what size of irregular stones do you use for patio that will have
Recommed irregular stone size for patio table & chairs?
The ground cover between the stones is Dicondra clover. you could also use corsican mint. thank you john
grass without any of the maintenance ... check out some our recent installs. Cheers! George http://www.houzz.com/projects/164931/EasyTurf-with-Paver-Stones
I like the stone and plantings
Love the moss(?) growing between the stones
love the stone pathway with green in between
“the ground cover dicondra clover between flagstones” — calikelly
BC Coatings
Acid Stain
Stone walk way and house stone
gravel between plants mixed with stepping stones
stone walkway in color
Concrete step stones
Like the yellow sand stone
Step stones 7 color stones
Stone and block walkway
finish on stepping stones
stepping stones...Color of stone...Pathway and stone...Stone landscaping...Stepping "stones"...Stone landscape...stone walls
“Stain concrete” — shelleyann100
Exteriors By Chad Robert
8 Reviews
Private Residence
What stone is on the path Thanks
I like this outdoor structure as a combination covered walkway and functional common or secured room such as
al balance so that it can hold its own against a very large and dramatic outbuilding. Even though the palms make a bold statement, notice how the walkway shifts the eye to create an effective sense of balance. The low blue hedge reinforces this balance. Finally, notice how the textural palm trunks reinforce
“shaped walkway” — mhambira
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