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Rancho Santa Fe, Pool, Bluestone, Estate Driveway, Pool house
area, stone walls terracing and cottage garden traditional landscaping
Is it necessary to have the stones set on a concrete bed or can it be sand that is level?
stack stone for steps for Loon Creek Cove
Love flat rock walls and steps
love the stone steps, boulders are wrong
What I vision for steps in the back yard!
Stone but rather have rounder stones
Notice how both the boulders and the landscape lighting balance this stairway from side to side, pulling the eye up to the top in a pleasing way. Having a cute dog as a focal point never hurt, either.The restrained use of boulders can be an effective tool in achieving continuity from one side of the hardscape
hardscape to the other. Just be sure not to overdo it.
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
Exterior staircase leading to gazebo
Where can I find a tutorial on a DIY stone step like this?
heavy stones, you need to have a well designed base to deal with moisture in all seasons and a good eye for picking just the right stone for each situation. Good luck with your project.
stairs, stone, & a beautiful home
Stone steps in hill to entry
cannot make an entry stairway like this one practical, the boulder is a nice substitute.
Passive House Retreat
compared to a similar new home built only to code requirements. Architecture | ZeroEnergy Design Construction | Aedi Construction Photos | Greg Premru Photography
bluestone, the steps are granite, and the floor inside the home is concrete.
This could be an interesting way to do the back steps. thoughts?
like stone, require an incredible amount of fuel to be transported from place to place, so it makes sense to seek out a product available in your area instead of having it shipped from afar, even if it is a wonderful salvaged material.
Loudoun County Design Build Experts
diff. stones used to build this side porch?
steps the length of the patio
porch stairs- edging in stone, risers in stone
Stone adds a beautiful touch and makes each step up shorter.
Possible concrete and stone
Out door steps. Stones
attached to overhang
light gray, rock steps
The porch and steps down
stone steps with concrete
Nice steps, with concrete porch.
Nice steps for porch
with rock steps...Stone Steps...Like the stone...front steps...Deck steps...Steps cement...Concrete + stone...Concrete steps?...(ugly) stone edging...step down to porch...Steps veranda...windows, steps...stone steps
Scot Eckley Inc
this cor-ten might work well on the cabin steps too.
is used to create walls, bridges, treads and whatever you can imagine. It has even become more common in civic spaces. How to start picking materials: With so many materials to choose from, I recommend considering walkways first, and then selecting materials based on the future of the project and the
you want to create. For inspiration get out of the showroom and take a walking tour of your city with your camera. Today's public spaces are being developed by talented designers and are great places for gleaning ideas on space and material use. Let me know where you find inspiration!Browse the work of
Common Ground Landscapes
How much would it cost to get this done on average
imagine. Steps in this photo are New York Bluestone and were installed in Northern Michigan. On average, you could expect to pay around $350 per step installed. The boulder retaining along the sides of the steps would be around $25 per square foot.
The slab stone steps are New York Bluestone and the
the stone retaining on the sides of the steps is Michigan fieldstone (granite).
Love the rock steps in the
steps in divot for Mike; plants
Going to back of my house.
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
Le Petit Chalet
usted stone retaining walls define edges, thresholds, and overlooks, and thick slabs of salvaged granite embedded in the earth provide gathering terraces and pathways. With balance restored, brilliant seasonal drama unfolds.
large stones steps with illusion of a path
Steps to walk down to creek.
Down to the Lake perfect stairs
Juste stone squares positioned for steps
Peaceful & effective use of stone & function
Walkway from main house to upper bench
Coming up to the circle area from the pitch
Stairs up the hill to the woods
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
Lower Mystic Lake House
idea how many feet the grade goes up on this slope?
What do you like about this photo? Stone steps
Stone steps work on this slope
angles to ensure even coverage. Then drag a hard rake across the soil surface to help the seed make good contact with the soil. Alternately, you can use a roller, available at rental stores, to press the seeds into the soil for better germination. Some experts prefer to omit this step, believing that
that lead to water collection. If you choose to use a roller, consider filling it only partway with water to reduce the pressure on the soil.