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Passive House Retreat
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?
Need larger first step
Step into the outdoors
Steps and siding color
Stone slab step threshold
Patio steps...stone step...the steps...one slab step ?...Steps and pavers...steps from house...back door steps...steps to back...Granite steps...bluestone steps...Entry step...stone step entry-...step and...step down...stone steps...Great steps...concrete steps...Granite Steps
Helen Rose Wilson Garden Design
Bee and Butterfly garden
great stepping stones for very young children.
tree stump stepping stones fun for kids
Tree stump stepping stones for kids
stump stepping stones in the garden :)
child friendly backyard - stepping tree stumps
Tree-stump stepping stones. Natural tree stumps are a fabulous backyard accessory for kids. Line them up to make a meandering stepping stone path or circle them round to make a seating area. Smaller wood slices make great stepping stones for very young children.5. Butterfly garden. Enchant children by attracting
Wine Country Residence
Paver steps with ledger stone facing
Stone steps for Aiden's playing field..
Steps width and mix of materials
like the step design for our front courtyard
back yard step ideas
Possible replacement for front steps
Outdoor stacked steps
stone steps to lower backyard
Really like these steps
Limestone steps...like these steps...steps, stone riser...Garden steps...Outdoor steps...Like the steps...Stone Outdoor Steps...front steps...Steps and grass...Rock on steps...Stone on step faces...stone steps...to the steps?
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Simpson Design Group Architects
steps down - like rough edges
steps eliminate need for rails or walls
long sitting area deck with steps in front of
Wide steps from patio to lawn
like the wide steps off what would be the covered
single level with gradual decent using steps
stone patio with steps all around edge.
uneven edges of flagstone step top layers.
Love that this patio is elevated to the back door, then step down to yard all the way around
Hart Associates Architects, Inc.
these steps dry stacked? Was there a finish seal between wood and
stone steps up to front door
wooden porch with stone steps--- I like!!
nice stone steps to wood porch
Column and screen love the steps
Stained concrete steps
Nice natural stone steps!
Wood porch with stone steps
love the steps/porch
Love rock steps...stone steps...granite slab steps...Porch steps...Steps are great...front steps...masonry steps...the steps...Stacked steps....The stone steps...Nice steps
Classic Nursery & Landscape Co. / Alan Burke, asla
Classicnursery.com jan 2012 uploads
flagstone steps may be $30-60 sf of tread area depending upon distance to the site, access to the construction area, the overall scope of work and the type of stone selected. Simpler, small boulder steps might be $20 per sf or so.
of the steps with some red leaves on the tips? are they perennials?
steps to yard at front of house
Front steps - river rock retaining walls and slate steps
how the steps are curving rather than straight
wide steps -- charcoal colored random stamped concrete
steps up to swing pergola plants both side
Use step pieces as steps in garden path
Like the rocks & the way the steps r laid
wide steps leading out from porch
porch with pergola extension, steps coming off of porch
steps retaining wall
flagstone steps, concrete porch
concrete porch with stone steps
Longer steps - less height
Porch steps...Flagstone steps...back patio steps...Step down...stone steps...full steps...The steps...Wide steps...Corner steps...stone steps
Huettl Landscape Architecture
Concrete Garden steps
glue festuca popping out in spaces between steps
love the plants between the steps
Love the grasses between the steps!
Concrete steps can seem unwelcoming, but not the ones shown here. Fescue, thyme, and other low-growing plants soften their lines
crete 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.