430,527 stone paving Home Design Photos

Al Jones Architect
Fraiche Home
Ideabooks2,775
Questions3
I love the antique look of the columns. the green in the stone
mlandry5 - Those are actually old English flagstone imported from Europe. They are not typically available through a stone company.
stack stoned raised flower bed surrounding patio
I like the stucco, tile, pillars, flagstone, stone wall, climbers
add pots and climbers to soften the hardscape. Design tip: Using low stone walls to form planting beds not only elevates the plants and provides more growing space, but it's also a great way to add extra seating. Choose a stone that complements the pavers on the patio so the entire space is cohesive
Like the look of the stone and the wall
and add pots and climbers to soften the hardscape. Design tip: Using low stone walls to form planting beds not only elevates the plants and provides more growing space, but it's also a great way to add extra seating. Choose a stone that complements the pavers on the patio so the entire space is cohesive
“French” — lianabro
Jessica Risko Smith Interior Design
6 Reviews
Montecito Exterior
Ideabooks4,396
Questions2
Love how the stones are surrounded/pulled together by green stiff.
Could make a maze with grass between the stones.
pathway stones with irish moss
Grass growing in stones
Stone with grass pattern
Natural Stone Pavers
Gran between stones...Broken paves...Stone step...Stone and grass...Flag stone...Like the stones...and stone work...stone steps
“like the wood table with metal chairs” — jillseider
Robert Kaner Interior Design
San Marino Island House
Ideabooks6,753
Questions7
I too would love to know the white stone edge material and the shell finish of the pool. Love that deep, dark blue look.
Stone back wall; concrete pavers with turf
I like the size and shape of the pool. Water feature on stone wall not necessary
I like the stepping stones with grass in between. Good option instead of solid decking
“interesting” — tiramisusam
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
12 Reviews
Breezy Point Waterfront
Ideabooks3,285
Questions2
love the flag stone and the how random it looks natural
with stone and plants. Very romantic.
I like the color and the stone too
Stones without cement too rough for walk and stroller?
Love the stone walkway.
Love the stone walkway
stone walkway...stone path...stepping stones...rustic stone...stone walkway
“Taupe brown paint” — Shawn Fawell
Gabriel Builders Inc.
10 Reviews
Gabriel Builders
Ideabooks8,438
Questions5
What is the name of the brick and stone used?
Need help with stone and brick
What an outstanding home. Could you please tell us what is the name of the stone and brick that was used?
Like the use of brick,stone, and wood together
stone and house to garage connection
color...similar to brick and like the combination of stone
I like the archway and the curve of the roof (different stone and roofing to match the rest of the house) and the copper trimming
“for Robin” — tamrawoolsey
Fivecat Studio | Architecture
3 Reviews
Pelham Shingle Style for a Modern Family
Ideabooks4,680
Questions1
the thought of facing the basement with this stone pattern. also like the patio pavers
lit stone steps at an angle!
poured top stone steps
stone on vertical slat
stairs, lights in the stone
stone porch to ground
Lighted blue stone steps
lights in stone...stone deck...stone foundation...Stone steps...angled stone cuts...The blue stone...stone wall
“Steps off porch” — trac67
Judy's Gardens & Design
Los Altos Garden
Ideabooks3,972
Questions2
LANDSCAPE STEPS VS COTTAGE STONE
Some type of moss growing around the stepping stones?
Cool step stones and ground cover
Having stones to kneel on walk path for planting or weeding
Should path stones be the same color as the patio stone?
Natural stone garden pathway looks organic
Path plants and stones
Natural Stone Pavers
Stepping stones...Pavers stones...Walking stones...stone pathway...stone pathway...stone walkway
“One line” — ahsirt
Lou Penning Landscapes Inc.
1 Review
walkway
Ideabooks3,779
Questions0
Stones at least 18 to 24" big and 11/2" thick
stepping stones be at least 18 by 24 inches big and 1½ inches thick.
love the curved pergola arches and the paving under with short mondo grass around. an idea for the side garden
Ayers suggests that stepping stones be at least 18 by 24 inches big and 1½ inches thick. "The generous surface dimensions will increase stability because of the stones' resulting weight and shape, while the thickness will keep the step from cracking," she says. "Place the stones on a level foundation of
“Stones at least 18 to 24" big and 11/2" thick” — noni1945
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