Designing house and yard with stone work
If you want to get nice feel every time and leave a lasting impression on your visitors when visit your garden, then you could consider laying a stepping stone and pathway combo in it. Walkways are an integral part of every garden and they are not only functional parts, they can easily become a decorative [...]
Maine coastal gardens are neither dainty nor precious. The hardscaping material of choice? Granite or fieldstone pavers that look as though they’ve been there all along. (And some have been: granite was long a main export of the state.) Photograph from Landscape Architect Visit: Clamshell Alley on the Coast of Maine.
Use large pavers and river rocks to create a sleek, durable walkway you won’t have to spend time maintaining. Here’s how to do it: First, establish and mark your walkway’s perimeter. Do your best to make the boundary lines straight and exact. Lay your large pavers, aiming to create evenly-spaced columns and rows. Finally, fill the remaining space inside your outer perimeter with river rocks.