15,536 stepping stones river rock Home Design Photos

Modern Landscape
What material is used for the pavers and what type of stone is used in between them? Thanks.
The large gray pavers are common bluestone. The finish is called thermal blue blue. The stones in between are black mexican beach pebbles.
The gray rock between the large paver steps
love the rock and paver combination and asian feel
concrete block design with river rocks interspersed
square pavers with river rock border
The use of river rock with flagstone.
Love rock to break up look. Modern and claen
“Deck” — adrianapatricia
VarsenScapes LLC
2 Reviews
Bluestone Step stones and River rock
river rock...river stone...step stones
sustainable garden design perth
2 Reviews
Garden Screens Fremantle
house. The current stepstones are basically sliding down the hill. I want to have a dry river bed with step stones in it or along it, so that someone can step their way down the hill while the water rushes down it. Do I need to mortar EVERYTHING into place?
Dry River Bed / Step Stones
The stepping stones are mortared in with the river stones covering the cement
This is a really nice idea. I'm not sure if you would need to mortar everything into place or if the smaller rocks would hold the stepping stones in place. It looks like that is what is happening in this picture.
These are natural glacial river stones found in the South of Western Australia
what kind of rock is this?
stepping stones worked into stream bed
“great idea. encourage the water to run in the path and direct it into the garden either side instead” — Luke Joy
15 Reviews
Howard Roberts
Solid granite stepping stones, river rocks and moss make for a great texture change and path surface for this entry garden.
Hi, I'm trying to soften the look of an outdoor patio that is currently all concrete. I was thinking of ripping it up and putting in stones like these and grass or moss or some sort of greens that won't get ruined by walking on them. Would this work? I have two small kids and I'm worried
granite stepping stones, river rocks and moss make for a great texture change and path surface for this entry garden.
Using texture in gardens is one of a designer’s valuable tools, and pebbles and cobbles can provide it in even the simplest of designs.The solid granite stepping stones here contrast so well against both the river cobbles and soft
“Landscaping ideas.” — dianecucchi
Integration Design Studio, Landscape Architects
1 Review
Dana Point Residence
New construction for custom home. Designed all exterior elements. Floating steps with water runnel........all leading to the front door.
I like that the stepping stone looks like its floating.
the idea of walking over water with smooth river rock
I like how the rock and water are mix together and it's just looks natural ! amazing .
the planting between the pavers. The pebbles in the pond floor provide texture and depth. The planted gaps in the paving echo the gaps between the steps.
“New construction for custom home. Designed all exterior elements. Floating steps with water runnel..” — carlian
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Sunol Landscape
How far apart are the concrete stepping stones? What is the gap size?
What size are the stepping stones
What type of stones were used? Are they obtainable on the East Coast?
How did you prep the area before laying the stones?
i believe these are mexican beach pebbles, you will not get all grey if you just buy river rock.
where can you buy river rock in bulk?
Rain chain and river rock
Here's a closeup of the same type of path treatment, in which a powerful line is formed by evenly spaced stepping stones installed in a gravel bed. The bold path frames the home and also moves the eye through the landscape to the deck beyond.
installed and maintenance free.Pebbles and cobbles can be used as a low-maintenance ground cover in both traditional and contemporary gardens. The stones in this garden add texture to the design and contrast against the smooth concrete paving, while also providing a permeable mulch for the planting.
“Landscaping ideas.” — dianecucchi
Where did you purchase your Mexican River Rock/Beach Pebbles?
I love the small stones. What are they and where can I find them?
Mexican pavers, river rock and foxtail fern
Like the steps floating in the stone
asparagus fern with stepping stones and river rock
Steps & gravel. Approximate with exposed agog?
rock bed- maybe by front door
the mixer of the slabs and pebble stones
“plants” — teechers
Jim Tetro
1 Review
Private Residence
Large stepping stones among river rocks
Dry river bed with step stones
nice integration of garden, river rock transition to house
I like the color, and also the rock - flagstone stepping stones in "dry creek" cobbles.
transition from small to large stones well done
Modern dry river bed
Simple rocks...river rock area...Garden Zen Rocks...The stones...stone with pebbles...River rock...Stepping stones...Different stones...Rock landscaping...river stones...rock garden
“Cabot sagebrush maybe too dark” — jkmdds
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