33,585 step to loft Outdoor Design Photos

Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
coastal influence
Ideabooks7,060
Questions3
Do the steps have a backbone to them? Thanks!!
Possible step idea to deck above 3 garage bay
diamond plate steel “dog steps”
Sometimes the details can be simple. The deep terra-cotta steps turn what would be a plain flagstone patio into something special.
Steps to loft?...Steps for ER
“succulents planted in low, large, round pots” — lizt2
Gunn Landscape Architecture
Tribeca NY
Ideabooks922
Questions0
Steps embedded in deck for back yard
pot plant and led lights on steps
detail on step landing
loft style...Under step lighting...lighting on steps
“painted timber against stained timber” — Andrew Hargrave
ZeroEnergy Design
10 Reviews
Passive House Retreat
Ideabooks2,702
Questions3
How much was each granite step? Looks great! I want to do the same thing!
sourced by the landscape designer. A quick search online turned up granite step prices ranging from $25-$60 per square foot in Massachusetts. Check with your local major landscape supply store.
The patio is local bluestone, the steps are granite, and the floor inside the home is concrete.
love granite steps out to patio
“I would love this for the back steps” — mguinasso
Hart Associates Architects, Inc.
Porch
Ideabooks2,054
Questions3
Are these steps dry stacked? Was there a finish seal between wood and
How much do each step cost? Im looking to do the same thing just have no idea the cost. Looks great!
nice stone steps to wood porch
wooden porch with stone steps--- I like!!
Concrete steps to wood
in a two step wrap-around
great stone stepping stones
Clean lines, stone steps
Nice natural stone steps!
Screened area and steps
Limestone steps...Stone steps...Rustic stone steps...steps and flooring...nice steps...Lake steps...Like the steps...the steps...Stacked steps....masonry steps...porch steps...massive steps...Rock steps...Granite slab steps
“Stone steps” — jolady43
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Concrete Garden steps
Ideabooks1,908
Questions0
glue festuca popping out in spaces between steps
love the plants between the steps
We did this in Portola brings garden into steps
Love the grasses between the steps!
soften the steps, as the steps become a garden in themselves. (Consider the safety of plantings like these in your garden before implementing them.)
Plant between steps. Here, low-growing blue fescue and perennials are planted between steps. They effectively soften the steps, as the steps become a
Plant between steps. Here, low-growing blue fescue and perennials are planted between steps. They effectively soften the steps, as the steps become a garden in themselves. (Consider the safety of plantings like these in your garden
Concrete steps can seem unwelcoming, but not the ones shown here. Fescue, thyme, and other low-growing plants soften their lines, and add appealing color and texture.
“grn/hdscape” — lauraleemoore
Simpson Design Group Architects
5 Reviews
Residence
Ideabooks1,774
Questions0
stone patio with steps all around edge.
uneven edges of flagstone step top layers.
ours similar to this....steps at edge by sun deck?
Like the long steps down.... Nice transition to a pool in time
the way patio steps down into yard
like the wide steps off what would be the covered patio
stone patio with eating area, seating area, wide steps to lawn
“lépcső?” — forrestera
Jeffrey Smith
Wine Country Residence
Ideabooks5,703
Questions1
What kind of ornamental grass is next to the steps?
I'm a big fan of these types of steps
Stone steps for Aiden's playing field..
Steps width and mix of materials
back yard step ideas
Possible replacement for front steps
stone steps only...stacked stone steps...Stone steps...Front porch steps...Like the steps...Outdoor Steps...front steps...Steps and grass...Rock on steps...Limestone steps...like these steps...steps, stone riser...Garden steps...Steps rustification...stone step...I like these steps....Back yard steps
“Outside stairs” — sydhost
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Lower Mystic Lake House
Ideabooks2,555
Questions1
Like these steps and idea of some slope for grandchildren to roll down.
Love the steps with the use of grass Would like to try something similar in a bedroom
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 the roller can cause depressions in the ground that lead to water collection. If you choose to use a roller, consider filling it only
“stone steps in grass” — Rose Fraley Landscape and Garden Design
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