391,161 stone pathway Home Design Photos

450 Architects, Inc.
Sonoma Residence
single row of medium size stones to line path of crushed or pea stone
I like the short rock wall and stone pathway
i like the big stones lining the gravel path
Stone used to delineate the path
i love pea-gravel pathways
Pathways with gravel etc
Stone border...Gravel pathways...don't like stones...stone edging
“siding batten board” — rick1234567890
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Living Stone Construction, Inc.
24 Reviews
Green Residence
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big stone path maybe beside our house.
Large paving stones as steps look beautiful with the woods
stones for side yard
Stone path meandering
Living Stone Construction, Inc.
Natural Stone Pavers
stone steps...The stepping stones...Simple pathway....Step stones...stepping stones...the stone steps...Stone path...Stone. Wall...Stone pathway...stepping stone...stone pavers...stone wall
“Walkway leading to dog pens” — Rebecca Roesch Kinder
Avalon Northwest Landscape, LLC
4 Reviews
Backyard Zen
Whats type of stone are the steps? And what the cost per step or total job? Looks great!! I want to do the same thing!
are from a granite boulder that was sliced up at Marenakos Rock Center. They are sold for $650 per ton and there is probably a little over a ton of stone in those 3 steps. A typical step costs about $500-$600 to install including excavation, subbase, delivery, and installation.
Large stones as steps before level walkway
Stone steps, natural-looking. I want these in my back yard..
stone transition from court area to garden. Granite
nice use of pavers with stone slabs
“Good too” — jennyo1
Torre Construction & Development
1 Review
11,000+ s.f. Residence in Pinecrest, FL
and the palm like leaves on the plant on the rhs. the stone pathway too.
the same bottlebrush with bromeliads attached and rough stone path
Columns, Stone/Stucco bottom
Landscape stones plants firns
Stepping stones and plants
Garden pathway...stone path...Stone base?...stone flooring
“pathway” — iggcane
14 Reviews
Howard Roberts
cobble stone alternative...easier to shovel? Also, like the foliage.
varied height of plants and the stone walkway
I like how the plantings come up to, and fill up the pathway edges.
Rectangular stone passageway detail
Rectangular paving stone pathway
like Blue Stone Chuck
Curved pathways and plantings
stone pathway for front?
walkway stone...Love the stone...blue stone...pathway (maybe)...Bluestone Pathway
“love this plan” — Lee Taylor
Swick's Organic Landscaping
3 Reviews
Private Residence West Side Vancouver
I love this look! Would a path like this work in a climate that gets winter snow or would shoveling or blowing be too hard on the grass between the stones/cement?
They are not concrete but actually 'Flamed Black Basalt Stone'. The size is 36 X 24 inches and 1.5 inches thick.
Big fan of the straight lines and order of the stone walk...but also love the idea of creating game-zone-boundaries via landscape design (ie: endzone, start/finish line, etc)
“sharp edges” — mkatusa
Bio Friendly Gardens
2 Reviews
Japanese Garden, Contemporary Garden, California Garden
pebbles with larger stepping stone pathway
like the pathway. maybe for our walkways
The use of stepping stones. Good for Trilogy down the sides of our home.
playscapes with areas where children can branch out and explore are key to imaginative play. Not only are multiple centers for play a great idea, but fun pathways to get there are as well. Multicolored or oddly shaped pavers can be fun for kids to hope around on. Think rocks, stumps or pebbles to encourage
“Back yard” — catherine808
Secret Gardens
pebble and stone straight path- ending with steps and hedge
the stone pavers placed inside the crushed stone pathway
Aggregate path with tailored border and stepping stones
Steeped in tradition. A path that combines gravel with paving stones creates a European-inspired look that makes a wander through the garden that bit more interesting. I love how the paving diamonds grow and shrink in size to give the pathway a sense of movement and perspective.
“Hidden area” — boog14
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