268,869 stone path Home Design Photos

Jeni Lee
My Houzz: Artist home and studio overlooking Kangaroo Island
then use smooth stones to create a curving maze.
from pumice or driftwood and walls from old logs; craft mosaic walls and paths; make scarecrows or assemble old cutlery or shells for wind chimes; get the
the experience, why not make one of your own in the backyard? Use river stones, either collected on walks or purchased from the garden store, and lay out
backyard maze. Mark out a space and fill it with gravel, then use smooth stones to create a curving maze.
Using larger rock to pave path.
“composition” — Kiran Chug
6 Reviews
big stones next to steps then plants next to stones then mulch
alterative idea for path and planting
Stone landscaping. Stairs...Stepping stones...front path to letterbox...xero path...Natural path
“Rock use” — sgyost1206
Lanshaftnoye the decision in the private house
like the VERTICAL design of the stone in this wall
interesting long narrow stones used in wall and path
like the gravel stone and the water feature
to replicate using local stones....walking path...corner stone work...Rock path/art...walkway stones...river rock path...Stone walkway...rock to copy this path.
“use of materials” — Veronique Crouzoulon
Princeton Design Collaborative
8 Reviews
Suburban Oasis
Hello! Could you please tell me what type of stone is this gravel made of? Thank you!
connecting path and cover from garage to house. Also like the texture of the gravel for the path connecting the two.
Arbor transition to backyard from sideyard path. wrap pergola around west side of house and then cover patio? light construction
(crushed stone). The fines compact the path for walking, and the combination of the two stays put and doesn't migrate onto the lawn. The stones to the right
connecting the front yard to the backyard with architecture and a gravel path. From the front, the structure gives guests a hint of the surprises they'll
from a friend's parents who were getting rid of them; they help define the path's edge.
“I could build around the tree” — carlarafuse
Robert Young Architects
a lot could be added in the way of plants and paths to the small entrance, preferably a porch and path in brick. also the roof line could be heightened
simple step and also its size. What type of stone is it ? How did you prepare the bed before placing the stone.
Granite is the most common stone for this type of exterior use in New England and the North East.
When entering the compound, a single path diverges to create two parallel paths: A direct route leads you straight to the front door of the home — or you
can choose the secondary path that meanders along the lake and ends at this mudroom entrance. Once inside the house, the two paths converge once again.
When entering the compound, a single path diverges to create two parallel paths: A direct route leads you straight to the front door of the home - or
but see about a stone fascade.
“Mud room” — jvannostran
dabah landscape designs
6 Reviews
Japanese style landscaping
What material is used here on the path itself?
on the far right of the wooden step behind the white stone.
pretty combo with gravel stone and wood...solution for path down to garden...Loveeee the path...steps and stone combo...Path to main entrance...Natural school path steps...Landscape with stone steps...Garden path...Path way...nice path and steps
“great design” — jpsplace
John Kraemer & Sons
36 Reviews
Tonka Bay (Lake Minnetonka) Addition
Jen's idea as connected to the path, but not in it.
Brick tiles and idea for path...nice paver path...paver path and fire pit...Patio and path in grass...Path walkway...Grass around path to firepit...paver path...Path and fire pit area
“Love the design” — jammsones
Matthew Thomas Architecture, LLC
Arcadia English Remodel
I really like the flowers coming up between the stepping stones.
Stone pathway in grass, bushes in sod on edge
Stepping stones...stones in grass...Stone for hopscotch...stepping stone...step stones
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