Example of a trendy stone patio design in Chicago with no cover

Modern Garden; Before and After

Contemporary Patio, Chicago

A precise path of 4'x 2' Bluestone leads from the house to a casual seating area, and provides access to the garage. Irregular bluestone paving and masonry seatwalls make this space distinctive from the main gathering area. In time, the groundcovers planted between the stones will fill in and completely knit together - covering the soil for a softer look. The grouncover plants can withstand light to medium foot traffic.
Example of a trendy stone patio design in Chicago with no cover - Houzz

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Judy wrote:July 13, 2015
  • artbyloran
    4 years ago

    The walk from the driveway is flanked by beds of Liriope as a substitute for turfgrass.

  • artbyloran
    4 years ago

    Those are the contractor's words -- from the description from another photo on this project. It's a great before/after project - and we are planting some Liriope in our own yard.

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Falon Land Studio LLC added this to Landscape Paving 101: How to Use Bluestone in Your GardenJuly 6, 2015

Size and color: Bluestone is available in cut stone or flagstone sizes. Cut stone, also called bluestone pavers, has...

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Daniel Sullivan added this to house ideasSeptember 20, 2020

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